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Curriculum Vitae

FENG Lijun        

  • Associate Professor, PhD in History

  • Deputy Director of Institute of History of Sino Foreign Relations and Overseas Chinese Studies, Research School for Southeast Asian Studies

Contact Information

  • Mobile: +86-13860177163

  • Fax: +86-592-2186414

  • E-mail: fljch@163.com

  • Address: Nan’an Building, Xiamen University, Xiamen, Fujian, China

  • Postcode: 361005


Research Fields:

  • Southeast Asian History

  • History of Chinese Overseas Trade

  • Overseas Chinese and Chinese Diaspora



  • 2006-2009, PhD, Specialized History – Chinese Overseas History

  • 1997-2000, MA, Specialized History – Chinese Overseas History


Courses Taught:

·         China’s relations with Southeast Asia

·         The cultural exchange of Chinese medicine between China and Southeast Asia

·         Overseas Trade of Xiamen



    • 2014 National Social Science Research Fund: The Trade of Sea Cucumber, Bird’s Nest, and Shark’s Fin between China and Southeast Asia in Ming and Qing Dynasty

    • 2013, All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese Project: Military Monopoly, Free Competition or the Advantage of Networking: The Chinese Traders in the trade of Sea Cucumber and Bird’s Nest between China and Southeast Asia in Qing Dynasty

    • 2007, Xiamen Social Science Key Project: The Exchange between China and the West in Qing Dynasty and the Social Changes in Xiamen

    • 2003, Xiamen University Preparatory Research Fund: The Exchange of Chinese Medicine between China and Southeast Asia



  • Journal Articles

    • The Ups_and_Downs of the Ocean Trade of the Bugis People from the 17th Century to the 19th Century, World History, 2009.6, pp.69-76.

    • A Brief Description about Medical and Hygeian Customs of Nations in Southeast Asia during Ancient times, World Ethno-National Studies, 2004.6, pp.70-76.

    • Discussion on Edible Bird’s Nest Trade between China and Southeast Asia in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Researches in Chinese Economic History, 2015.2, pp.103-112.

    • Cognition, Market and Trade: Discussion on Trepang Trade between China and Southeast Asia in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Journal of Xiamen University, 2012.6, pp.49-56.

    • Macassar’s Role in the Malayan Archipelago’s Maritime Trade from the 17th to 19th , Southeast Asian Studies, 2010.2, pp.79-84.

    • Overseas Chinese and the Diffusion of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Southeast Asia, Overseas Chinese History Studies, 2003.3, pp.54-61.

    • Management and Control of Guangxi_Vietnam Border Trade in the Early Qing Dynasty, Southeast Asian Affairs, 2007.3, pp.76-84.

    • A Brief Comment on Ancient European’s Knowledge of Chinese Medicine, Collected Papers of History Studies, 2003.4, pp.62-68.

    • Coastal Prohibition in the Early Qing Dynasty and Xiamen Foreign Trade under the Control of Zheng Chenggong’s Forces, Southeast Asian Affairs, 2000.4, pp.85-94.

    • On Xiamen’s Management of Overseas Trade in the Earlier Stage of the Qing Dynasty, Southeast Asian Affairs, 2001.4, pp.74-82.

  • Book

    • A Study of Traditional Chinese Medicine Exchanges Between China and Southeast Asia in Ancient Times, KumingYunnan Arts Press2010

Academic Exchanges and Visits:

  • Singapore National UniversityNanyang Technological UniversityTaiwan Tokai UniversityThailand's Chulalongkorn UniversityHosei UniversityRamkhamhaeng University Malaya University





① 《认知、市场与贸易——明清时期中国与东南亚的海参贸易》,《厦门大学学报》2012年第6期。本文被《高等学校文科学术文摘》2013年 第1 期全文转载。同时,被《中国社会科学报》2013 年1月14日B04版转载(文摘)。

② 《试述17—19世纪武吉斯人航海贸易的兴衰》,《世界历史》2009年第6期。

③ 《古代东南亚各民族医药卫生习俗述略》,《世界民族》2004年第6期。

④ 《浅谈明清时期中国与琉球中医药交流》,《历史档案》2007年第1期。

⑤ 《古代欧洲人对中医药的认识》,《史学集刊》2003年第4期。

⑥ 《略述清代以前中国与柬埔寨的香药贸易》,《南洋问题研究》2011年第2期。

⑦ 《略论17-19世纪望加锡在马来群岛的贸易角色》,《东南亚研究》2010年第2期。

⑧ 《略述清代中国与印尼的中医药交流》,《南洋问题研究》2010年第1期。

⑨ 《清前期对广西与越南边境贸易的管理》,《南洋问题研究》2007年第3期

⑩ 《论明至清中叶滇缅贸易与管理》,《南洋问题研究》2005年第3期。




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