Dr. Hsiao-Pong Liu
International Master’s Program in Asia-Pacific Studies

Professor and Director of the International Master’s Program in Asia-Pacific Studies

  • Aug 2019~ Professor and Director of International Masters Program in Asia-Pacific Studies, National Chengchi University (Taipei)

  • 2017-2019 Associate Professor and Chair of the GIDS, National Chengchi University (Taipei)

  • 2015-2017 Associate Professor, National Chengchi University (Taipei)

  • 2014-2015 Associate Professor, Tamkang University (Taipei)

  • 2012-2014 Assistant Professor, Tamkang University (Taipei)

  • 2006-2012 Assistant Professor, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

  • 2006 Adjunct Lecturer, Saint Xavier University (Chicago, Illinois)

  • 2005 Adjunct Lecturer, Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

  • 1999-2001 Research Associate, Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington DC)

  • 1996-1997 Desk Officer, Department of African Affairs, Foreign Ministry, Republic of China (Taipei)


  • Ph.D. in History The University of Chicago 2006

  • M.A. in International Relations Johns Hopkins University 1999

  • B.A, in Political Sciences National Taiwan University 1993

A. Selected English Papers

  1. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Love the Tree, Love the Branch: Beijing’s Friendship with Lee Kuan Yew, 1954-1965,” The China Quarterly (SSCI, Forthcoming)

  2. Philip H.P. Liu, “Finding the Baoding Villages: Reviewing Chinese Conceptualizing of Sino-African Agricultural Cooperation,” Africa Spectrum, Vol 53, No 2 (August 2018), pp 91-118. (SSCI)

  3. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Gathering Scholars to Defend the Country: The Institute of International Relations before 1975,” Issues & Studies, Vol 50, No 1 (March 2014), pp 55-88. (SSCI)

  4. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Petty Annoyances? Revisiting John Emmanuel Hevi’s An African Student in China after 50 years,” China: An International Journal (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore), Vol 11, No 1 (April 2013), pp131-145 (SSCI)

  5. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Dual Representation: Reviewing the Republic of China’s Last Battle in the UN,” Issues and Studies (Taipei: Institute of International Relations), #47, no 2 (June 2011), pp. 87-118 (SSCI)

  6. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, Book Review: Deborah Brautigam, The Dragon’s Gift: The Real Story of China in Africa, The China Quarterly (Cambridge University Press), vol. 202 (June 2010), pp 444-446. (SSCI)

  7. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Planting Rice on the Roof of the UN Building: Analyzing Taiwan’s Chinese Techniques in Africa, 1961-present,” The China Quarterly (Cambridge University Press), vol. 198 (June 2009), pp 381-400. (SSCI)

  8. Liu, H. (2006). The making of an artificial power: American money and “Chinese” technicians on African soil, 1961-1971.

  9. C.Y. Tung and Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Online Research on Taiwan-US-China Relations”, Issues and Studies (Taipei: Institute of International Relations), #40, nos3/4, September/December 2004, pp. 253-280. (SSCI)

B. Selected Chinese Papers

  1. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Propagandizing China’s War against Japanese Aggression to Black Americans: Liu Liang-Mo’s China SpeaksColumn in the Pittsburgh Courier, 1942-1945” ( 向美國黑人宣傳對日抗戰:劉良模在《匹茲堡信使報》的〈中國觀點〉專欄,1942-1945), Journal of National Development Studies (國家發展研究) Vol 17, No 1 (Dec 2017), 129-172

  2. Philip Hsiaopong Liu and I-Wei Huang, “Ethnic Manipulation and Its Effects: Memory of Disharmony in Singapore’s Election History” (族群操作及其效果: 新加坡選舉史中的不和諧記憶), Taiwan Democracy Quarterly ( 台灣民主季刊), Vol 14, No 2 (June 2017), 87-114 (TSSCI)

  3. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “One Stereotype, Two Diverse Policies: Comparing Taiwan and China’s ‘Gods of Agriculture’ in Africa” (一個刻板印象,兩種不同政策: 比較兩岸在非洲的神農們), Mainland China Studies (中國大陸研究), Vol 59, No 2 ( June 2016), 1-35.(TSSCI)

  4. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, ‘“Assembling Scholars in the Face of the Enemy: The Prequel to the Institute of International Relations, 1937-1975” (敵前養士:「國際關係研究中心」前傳,1937-1975), ‘ Bulletin of the Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica (中央研究院近代史研究所集刊), Vol 82 (Dec 2013), 145-174 (TAHCI)

  5. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Beyond Agricultural Assistance: Little China’s Big African Illusion,” (農技援助之外: 小中國對非洲的大想像) Taiwan Historical Research (臺灣史研究) (Taipei: Academia Sinica), Vol 19, No 1 (March 2012), pp 141-171. (TAHCI)

  6. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “A Brotherhood with the Blacks? Reviewing the Beijing African Students’ Hunger Strike in 1962,” (黑人兄弟? 檢視1962年非洲學生北京絕食抗議事件) Mainland China Studies (中國大陸研究) (Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University), vol. 54, no 2 (June 2011), pp 63-82. (TSSCI)

  7. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Taiwan’s Experience in African Development Assistance: The Story of Malawi,” (非洲發展援助中的台灣經驗: 馬拉威的故事) Wenti Yu Yanjiu (問題與研究) (Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University), Vol. 48, No.4 (December 2009), pp127-151. (TSSCI)

  8. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Maintaining US-Republic of China Alliance via Africa: A Review of the Vanguard Project,” (從非洲維持美臺聯盟: 重新檢視先鋒案) Taiwan Historical Research (臺灣史研究) (Taipei: Academia Sinica), No. 2 (June 2007), pp 161-181. (TAHCI)

  9. Philip Hsiaopong Liu, “Reanalyzing Taiwan’s Agricultural Diplomacy during the 1960s in African Views” (回顧1960年代中華民國農技外交), Wenti Yu Yanjiu (問題與研究) (Taipei: Institute of International Relations), Vol. 44, No.2, March/April, 2005, pp. 131-146. (TSSCI)

  • Development Assistance
  • Global Poverty
  • Ethnic Studies
  • Political Development