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Ma, Haili 2019. Traditional opera consumption as the new game of distinction for the Chinese middle class. International Journal of Cultural Studies 22 (3) , pp. 400-416. 10.1177/1367877918759711
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Ma, Haili 2019. Chinese entertainment industry, the case of folk Errenzhuan. Asian Theatre Journal 36 (1) , pp. 79-100. 10.1353/atj.2019.0004
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Ma, Haili 2018. Chinese cultural and creative industries and the struggle for rights in Chinese Opera. Law, Social Justice and Global Development 22 , pp. 61-72.
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Ma, Haili and Haf, Eluned 2018. 1st Year (July 2016 - July 2017) Wales-China cultural exchange cultural memorandum of understanding implementation report. [Project Report]. Arts Council of Wales.
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Ma, Haili 2016. Survival through laughter: a fun gongfu: the story of the deer and the cauldron. In: Li, Ruru ed. Staging China: new theatres in the twenty-first century, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 141-158.

Ma, Haili 2015. Urban politics and cultural capital: the case of Chinese opera. London: Routledge.

Ma, Haili 2013. Reinterpretation of modern aesthetics: a fusion dance of Brazilian maculele and Chinese opera. In: Spencer, Robert and Wang, Jie eds. Marxism and Humanitarianism: Chinese Marxist Aesthetics Proceedings of the Second Bilateral Forum, Beijing: Central Compilation and Translation Press, pp. 160-177.

Ma, Haili 2012. Yueju - the formation of a legitimate culture in contemporary Shanghai. Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research 4 , pp. 213-227.
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Ma, Haili 2012. Development of training and performativity in Shanghai YueJu. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training 3 (3) , pp. 334-348. 10.1080/19443927.2012.720122
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Ma, Haili 2010. The character of song, the possibility of inter-cultural communication. In: Walling, Michael ed. The Orientations Trilogy: Theatre and Gender: Asia and Europe, Enfield: Border Crossings, pp. 106-115.

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