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English Abstract: Altonaer Bicycle-Club von (from) 1869/80, in: Altonaer Bicycle-Club von 1869/80. Ein Verein schreibt Fahrradgeschichte, Altonaer Bicycle-Club von 1869/80 (ed.), Hamburg 2019 (ABC-Forschungen zur Fahrrad- und Radsportgeschichte, Bd 1), pp. 209-210.


Gregers Nissen – the Nestor of Bicycle Touring in Germany, in: Cycle History 28 (2018), pp. 69-73.


Between South China and the North Sea. Maritime Labour and Chinese Migration in Continental Europe, 1890-1950, in: Sylvia Hahn/Stan Nadel (eds), Asian Migrants in Europe. Transcultural Connections, Göttingen 2012 (Transkulturelle Perspektiven, Vol. 6/7), pp. 59-80.

A Parallel World Within? Chinese Seafarers in European Shipping and in European Ports, 1880-1950, in: Richard Gorski/Britta Sundquist (ed.), The Parallel Worlds of the Sefarer: Ashore, Afloat and Abroad, Gothenburg 2012, pp. 49-68.


"Volksgemeinschaft" in a No-Win situation?. The Reichswerke "Hermann Göring" in the Salzgitter Region, in: Nordico Stadtmuseum Linz (ed.), "Hitlerbauten" in Linz. Wohnsiedlungen zwischen Alltag und Geschichte. 1938 bis zur Gegenwart, Salzburg 2012, pp. 226-234.

“Chinese Quarters”. Maritime Labor, Global Migration and Local Imagination in Hamburg and Rotterdam, 1900-1950, in: Vanessa Kühnemann/Ruth Mayer (eds). Chinatowns. Myths and Realities of an Urban Phenomenon in the United States and Europe, New York/London 2011, pp. 82-110.

China-Towns and Container-Terminals. Global Networks and Urban Patterns in Port Cities, 1880-1980, in: Carola Hein (ed.), Port Cities and Networking, New York/London 2011, pp. 43-53.

Food and Otherness. Chinese Restaurants in West European Cities in the 20th Century, in:  Food & History 7 (2009), No. 2, pp. 157-179.


„Gateway to the World“. City Marketing, Tourism, and Maritime Festivals in the Port City of Hamburg in the 20th Century, in: Journeys of Expression VII: Celebrating the Edges of the World: Tourism and Festivals of the Coast and Sea. Conference Proceedings, February 29 – March 1, Reykjavik, Iceland, compiled and designed by Daniela Carl, Leeds 2008 (CD-ROM), 15 pp.


Chinese Quarter, Chinese Buurt, Chinesenviertel. Global Migration, Ethnic Niches, and Their Reception in West European Port Cities, 1900-1950, in: The European Association for Urban History, Urban Europe in Comparative Perspective. Papers Presented at the Eighth International Conference on Urban History, Stockholm 2006, hrsg. von Lars Nilsson, Stockholm 2007 (Studies in Urban History, Vol. 31, CD-ROM).