I am a strong believer in public intellectualism and enjoy extending our passions of bones to the public. I enjoy giving talks to general public audience, students or different archaeology lovers.
- Connection beyond life and death—Translating the Voices of Bones.” Chung Chi College Assembly, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Scheduled Nov 09 2018.
- “Forensic Anthropology: Voices from the Bones. HKFYG.
- “On Humanitarian and Remains recovery.” Hong Kong Red Cross.
- “Death Investigation and Anthropology.” 百工裡的人類學家, TaiPei.
- “Working in different cultures and Cultural shocks,” for ASEC, Lingnan University, Hong Kong.
Guest Lectures and Keynote Address:
- “Ankylosing Spondylitis” Skeletal Pathology and Trauma Advanced Training Certificate, Odyssey Fieldschool, Cyprus.
- “Singing of the Bones.” Science versus Crime (GE 2334), The City University of Hong Kong.
- “Cyprus Problem.” Origin of the World (HIS1005), Education University of Hong Kong.
- “Skeletons In the Closet: From forensic anthropology to blogging,” for Undergraduate Final Year Project Forum, the Department of Anthropology, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Keynote Speaker.
Other than the above invited public talks and lectures, I also do secondary schools talk tour. In addition, I plan workshops for organizations to educate or introduce students and children to the field of biological and forensic anthropology, archaeology (bioarchaeology) and of course, forensics.
If you are interested in having me come give a talk to your organization, or institution, please feel free to contact me!