China-Indonesia Library

China-Indonesia Library at CELIOS is a bibliography which covers all aspects of modern China-Indonesia relations—politics, energy, trade, investment, and the rare discussion of cultural aspects. For now, only English and Bahasa materials are included in this bibliography. Nonetheless, Chinese language materials will be added here soon.

If you find that other important works are missing, please contact [email protected]  and we will include them here.

Adam, Asvi Warman, et al. (2019) Tionghoa dan Ke-Indonesia-an: Komunitas Tionghoa di Semarang dan Medan. Yayasan Pustaka Obor Indonesia.

Adam, Latif & Siwage Dharma Negara (2010) “ASEAN-CHINA FREE TRADE AGREEMENT: TANTANGAN DAN PELUANG BAGI INDONESIA,” Masyarakat Indonesia 36:2, 1-24.

Agastia, IGB Dharma (2020) “Menghadapi Milisi Maritim Tiongkok dan Operasi Daerah Abu-abu (Grey Zone Operations) di Laut Cina Selatan,” Sorotan Kebijakan Luar Negeri Indonesia di Mata Akademisi Muda Indonesia, 19-35. 

Agusman, Damos Dumoli (2023) “Natuna Waters: Explaining a Flashpoint between Indonesia and China,” Indonesian Journal of International Law 20:4, 617-648.

Ahmad, Nurhayati (2018) “Assimilating Indonesia Chinese Muslim in Makassar (1967-1997),” Yupa: Historical Studies Journal 2:1, 1-12.

Aizawa, Nobuhiro (n.d.) “Chapter Three. Assimilation, Differentiation, And Depoliticization: Chinese Indonesians And The Ministry Of Home Affairs In Suharto’s Indonesia,” in Chinese Indonesians and Regime Change (pp. 47-64).

Alexander, Garth (1973) Silent Invasion: The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Macdonald & Company.

Ali, Mudzakkir & Mehmet Toprak (2015) “The Interrelationship of Indonesia-China-India in Religion from Arabian Islam to Nusantara Islam,” Proceeding of the International Seminar and Conference 2015: The Golden Triangle (Indonesia-India-Tiongkok) Interrelations in Religion, Science, Culture and Economic, 25-33.

Ali, Muhamad (2007) “Chinese Muslims in Colonial and Postcolonial Indonesia,” EXPLORATIONS a graduate student journal of southeast asian studies 7:2, 1-22.

Allen, Pamela (2003) “Literature and the Media Contemporary Literature from the Chinese ‘Diaspora’ in Indonesia,” Asian Ethnicity 4:3, 383-399.

Amalia, Ridha (2018) “China’s Soft Power to Indonesia: Opportunities and Challenges,” Indonesian Journal of International Relations 2:1, 15-26. 

Andika, Muhammad Tri & Allya Nur Aisyah (2017) “Analisis Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia-China di Era Presiden Joko Widodo: Benturan Kepentingan Ekonomi dan Kedaulatan?,” Indonesian Perspective 2:2, 161-179. 

Anggadwita, Grisna, et al. (2019) “Cultural values and their implications to family business succession: A case study of small Chinese-owned family businesses in Bandung, Indonesia,” Journal of Family Business Management 10:4, 281-292.

Ann, Koh Tai (1995) “History/His story as Her Story: Chineses women’s biographical writing from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore,” Southeast Asian Chinese: The Socio-cultural Dimension 2, 251.

Ansori, Feri (2017) “Pusat Bahasa Mandarin Universitas Al Azhar Indonesia: Refleksi dan Proyeksi Hubungan Sosial Budaya China-Indonesia,” Jurnal AL-AZHAR INDONESIA SERI HUMANIORA 4:1,11-16.

Anwar, Dewi Fortuna (1990) “Indonesia’s relations with China and Japan: Images, perception and realities,” Contemporary Asian 12:3, 225-246.

Anwar, Dewi Fortuna (2018) “Indonesia’s Vision of Regional Order in East Asia amid US-China Rivalry: Continuity and Change,” Asia Policy 25:2, 57-63.

Anwar, Dewi Fortuna (2019) “INDONESIA-CHINA RELATIONS: Coming Full Circle?,” Southeast Asian Affairs, 145–62.

Anwar, Dewi Fortuna (2019) “Indonesia-China Relations: To Be Handled With Care,” ISEAS Perspective 1:19, 1-7.

Anwar, Dewi Fortuna (2022) Indonesia’s response to China’s rise. PubPub.

Anwar, Dewi Fortuna (2023) “Indonesia’s hedging plus policy in the face of China’s rise and the US-China rivalry in the Indo-Pacific region,” The Pacific Review 36:2, 351-377.

Aryawiguna, I Nyoman Gede Krishna (2021) “Indonesia Tourism Recovery in Collaboration with China as a Powerful Country in Travel,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GLOCAL TOURISM 2:1, 1-12. 

Aryodiguno, Harryanto (2018) “CHANGES IN CHINESE-INDONESIAN IDENTITY: INDONESIANIZATION OR RE-SINICIZATION,” AEGIS: Journal of International Relations 3:1.

Aswar, H., Rakhmat, M. & Pashya, M.(2022) “China’s Public Diplomacy to Build a Positive Image among the Muslim community in Indonesia,” Dialogia: Islamic Studies and Social Journal 20:1, 60-83.

Aswar, Hasbi, Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat & Muhammad Habib Pashya (2022) “China’s Public Diplomacy to Build a Positive Image among The Muslim Community in Indonesia,” Dialogia: Jurnal Studi Islam dan Sosial 20:1.

Atje, Raymond & Arya B. Gaduh (1999) “Indonesia-China Relations: An Indonesian Perspective,” CSIS Working Paper Series WPE 052, 1-24.

Atmaja, Dwi Surya & Fachrurozi (2018) MALAY AND CHINESE INDONESIAN: A Fragile Relation in Northern Coast of West Kalimantan. Pontianak: IAIN Pontianak Press.

Atmaja, Dwi Surya & Fachrurozi (2019) A portrait of Chinese diaspora in Cidayu area: dinamika persepsi dan argumentasi antar etnis. Pontianak: IAIN Pontianak Press.


Ba, Alice D. (2003) “China and Asean: Navigating Relations for a 21st-century Asia,” Asian Survey 43:4, 622-647.

Badaruddin, Muhammad (2013) “Indonesia-China Energy Trade: Analyzing Global and Domestic Political Economic Significance in Indonesia-China LNG Trade,” Journal of ASEAN Studies 1:1, 25-40.


Bailey, Benjamin, and Sunny Lie (2013) “The Politics of Names among Chinese Indonesians in Java,” Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 23:1, 21–40. 

Bariah, Inayatul, Nuzulul Anam, Ghozi Mubarok & Sahril Fatkur Rohman (2020) “Strategi Kebijakan Moneter Indonesia Dalam Menghadapi Dampak Perang Dagang AS-China,” Jurnal Humaniora 4:2, 155-167.

Beckman, Robert (2017) “The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Maritime Disputes in the South China Sea,” American Journal of International Law 107:1 142-163.

Bela, Sukmawani, et al. (2020) “The Diplomacy of Quasi-State in the Territorial Disputes: Taiwan in the South China Sea,” Semantic Scholar.

Bensa, Cheryl Pricilla & Lupita Wijaya (2017) “Media Propaganda Techniques in the South China Sea Dispute,” Jurnal Komunikasi ISKI 2:1, 1-5.

Benyamin, Jefferson & Hikmat Zakky Almubaroq (2021) “The Dynamics of The China Maritime Militia Conflict In South China Sea On Sovereignty Indonesian Countries And ASEAN Region Countries,” JESS (Journal of Education on Social Science) 5:2, 185-193.

Bert, Wayne (1975) “Chinese Relations with Burma and Indonesia,” Asian Survey 15:6, 473-487.

Bevly, Beni (2008) Aku Orang Cina?. Afton Institute, LLC.

Billo, Andrew & Huang Jing (2015) Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea: Navigating Rough Waters. United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

Blank, Jonah (2021) Regional Responses to U.S-China Competition in the Indo-Pacific. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. 

Blusse, Leonard (1991) “The Role of Indonesian Chinese in Shaping Modern Indonesian Life: A Conference in Retrospect,” Indonesia, 1-11.

Booth, Anne (2011) “China’s Economic Relations with Indonesia: Threats and Opportunities,” Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 30:2, 141-160.

Borsuk, Richard (2014) Liem Sioe Liong’s Salim Group. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Bowring, Philip (2018) Empire of the Winds: The Global Role of Asia’s Great Archipelago. Bloomsbury Publishing.

Buchan, Alastair (1965) China and the Peace of Asia. Connecticut: Praeger.

Budianta, Melani (2007) “The Dragon Dance: Shifting Meanings of Chineseness in Indonesia,” in Robinson, K. (Ed.) Asian and Pacific Cosmopolitans (pp. 169-189). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Budiman, Amen (1979) Masyarakat Islam Tionghoa di Indonesia. Tanjung Sari.

Budiman, Arief (2005) “Portrait of the Chinese in Post-Soeharto Indonesia,” in Tim Lindsey & Helen Pausacker (Ed.) Chinese Indonesians: Remembering, Distorting, Forgetting (pp. 95-104). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Camba, Alvin, Angela Tritto & Mary Silaban (2020) “From the postwar era to intensified Chinese intervention: Variegated extractive regimes in the Philippines and Indonesia,” The Extractive Industries and Society 7:3, 1054-1065.

Camba, Alvin, Guanie Lim & Kevin Gallagher (2022) “Leading sector and dual economy: how Indonesia and Malaysia mobilised Chinese capital in mineral processing,” Third World Quarterly 43:10, 2375-2395.

Camba, Alvin (2020) “Derailing Development: China’s Railway Projects and Financing Coalitions in Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines,” Global China Initiative 8, 1-23.

Camba, Alvin (2021) Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park: how industrial policy reshapes Chinese investment and corporate alliances. Panda Paw Dragon Claw.

Camba, Alvin (2021) “The unintended consequences of national regulations: Large-scale-small-scale relations in Philippine and Indonesian nickel mining,” Journal of Resources Policy 74, 102213.

Cangbai, Wang & Wong Siu-lun (n.d.) “Home as Circular Process: A Study of the Indonesian-Chinese in Hong Kong,” Beyond ‘Chinatown’, 1-27.

Carey, Peter (1984) “Changing Javanese Perceptions of the Chinese Communities in Central Java, 1755-1825,” Indonesia 37, 1-47.

Chandra, Elizabeth (2012) ““We the (Chinese) People”: Revisiting the 1945 Constitutional Debate on Citizenship,” Indonesia 94, 85-110.

Chandra, Elizabeth (2016) “The Chinese Holmes: translating detective fiction in colonial Indonesia,” Keio Communication Review 38, 39-63.

Chia, Caroline & Tom Hoogervorst (2021) Sinophone Southeast Asia: Sinitic Voices Across the Southern Seas. Netherlands: Brill.

Chiang, Bien & Jean Chih-yin Cheng (2017) “Ethnic Chinese Enterprises in Indonesia: A Case Study of West Kalimantan,” in Santosambat, Y. (Ed.) Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia (pp. 131-153). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chin, James & Taufiq Tanasaldy (2019) “The Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia and Malaysia: The Challenge of Political Islam,” Asian Survey 59:6, 959-977.

Chong, Wu-Ling (2015) “Local Politics and Chinese Indonesian Business in Post-Suharto Era,” Southeast Asian Studies 4:3, 487-532.

Chong, Wu-Ling (2018) Chinese Indonesians in Post-Suharto Indonesia: Democratisation and Ethnic Minorities. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Chongbo, Wu (2011) “Forging Closer Sino-Indonesia Economic Relations and Policy Suggestions,” RITSUMEIKAN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS 10, 119-142.

Christian, Symphony Akelba (2017) “Identitas Budaya Orang Tionghoa Indonesia,” Jurnal Cakrawala Mandarin 1:1, 11-22.

Christina (2021) “Sugiharti Halim (2008): A cinematic portrayal of Chinese Indonesian’s ambiguous identity,” Journal of Literature, Linguistics and Cultural Studies 10:10, 59-68.

Chua, Christian (2007) “Defining Indonesian Chineseness under the New Order,” Journal of Contemporary Asia 34:4, 465-479.

Chua, Christian (2008) Chinese Big Business in Indonesia: The State of Capital. Routledge. 

Connelly, Aaron (2016) “Indonesia in the South China Sea: going it alone,” Lowy Institute for International Policy, December 2016.

Coppel, Charles A. (1998) Indonesian Chinese in Crisis: Volume 10. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

Coppel, Charles A. (2002) Studying Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia. Singapore: Singapore Society of Asian Studies.

Coppel, Charles A. (2002) ““Foreign Orientals”, Netherlands Subjects, and Indonesian Citizens,” in M Barry Hooker (Ed.) Law and the Chinese in Southeast Asia (pp. 131-149). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Coppel, Charles A. (2013) “Diaspora and hybridity: Peranakan Chinese culture in Indonesia,” in Chee-Beng Tan (Ed.) Routledge Handbook of the Chinese Diaspora (pp. 345-430). Routledge. 

Dahana, A. (2000) “Kegiatan Awal Masyarakat Tionghoa di Indonesia,” WACANA 2:1, 54-72.


Damastuti, Tiara Aji, et al. (2018) “PENYELESAIAN SENGKETA ILEGAL FISHING DI WILAYAH LAUT NATUNA ANTARA INDONESIA DENGAN CHINA,” Jurnal Reformasi Hukum: Cogito Ergo Sum 1:2, 51-58.

Damuri, Yose Rizal, et al. (2019) “Perceptions and Readiness of Indonesia Towards the Belt and Road Initiative: Understanding Local Perspectives, Capacity, and Governance,” CSIS Indonesia. 

Damuri, Yose Rizal, Vidhyandika Perkasa, Raymond Atje, & Fajar Hirawan (2019) “The Belt and Road Initiative in Indonesia: Importance, Concerns and Issues on the Implementation,” PERCEPTIONS AND READINESS OF INDONESIA TOWARDS THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE: UNDERSTANDING LOCAL PERSPECTIVES, CAPACITY, AND GOVERNANCE, January 1. 

Danandjaja, James (2007) Folklor Tionghoa: sebagai terapi penyembuh amnesia terhadap suku bangsa dan budaya Tionghoa. Michigan: the University of Michigan.

Darmawan, Arif & Reza Desfarika Putri (2021) “China’s Implementation of Panda Diplomacy in Indonesia: A Review of Constructivist Perspectives,” Journal of International Studies on Energy Affairs 2:1, 1-29. 

Darmawan, Aristyo Rizka (1995) INDONESIA AND THE LAW OF THE SEA (Book Review). Jakarta: Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Darmayadi, Andrias & Ervina Nabilah Purnamasari (2022) “The Indonesia-China Relations in the Natuna Sea Dispute Resolution: Struggle for Sovereignty,” Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research (JEECAR) 9:1, 41-48. 

Dawis, Aimee (2008) “CHINESE EDUCATION IN INDONESIA: DEVELOPMENT IN THE POST-1998 ERA,” in Leo Suryadinata (Ed.) Ethnic Chinese in Contemporary Indonesia (pp. 75-96). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Dawis, Aimee (2009) The Chinese of Indonesia and Their Search for Identity: The Relationship Between Collective Memory and the Media. New York: Cambria Press.


Devendrakumar, Anupama, Buddhagarn Rutchatorn & Suthiphand Chirathivat (2022) China’s Belt And Road Initiative In Asean: Growing Presence, Recent Progress And Future Challenges. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company. 

Dewi, Siti Khamila, Sahara & Sri Mulatsih (2019) “Dampak ACFTA (ASEAN-China Free Trade Area) Terhadap Trade Creation Dan Trade Diversion Indonesia Di Kawasan ACFTA+3,” JURNAL EKONOMI DAN KEBIJAKAN PEMBANGUNAN 8:1, 84-100.

Dieleman, Marleen (2009) “Shock-imprinting: External shocks and ethnic Chinese business groups in Indonesia,” Asia Pacific Journal of Management 27, 481-502.

Dinata, Septa, et al. (2020) “The Outcome of China’s Investment in Indonesia: Lessons from the Nickel Industry,” Center For International Private Enterprise, January 31.

Dipua, Angkasa, et al. (2021) “Sea Defense Strategy the Indonesian Navy in Dealing with the South China Sea Conflict,” Italienisch 11:2, 120-126.

Djalal, Hasjim (2001) “Indonesia and the South China Sea Initiative,” Ocean Development & International Law 32:2, 97-103.

Drake, Earl (1991) “Indonesia and China: Old habits and new internationalism,” The Pacific Review 4:3, 214-221.

Dyayadi (2008) Mengapa etnis Tionghoa memilih Islam?. Michigan: the University of Michigan. 

Effendi, Tonny Dian (2018) “Local Wisdom in Tolerance Building between Ethnic Chinese and Other Ethnics in Indonesia,” Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Arts and Culture (ICONARC 2018) Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research 271, 203-206.

Efferin, Sujoko & Trevor Hopper (2007) “Management control, culture and ethnicity in a Chinese Indonesian company,”  Accounting, Organizations and Society 32:3, 223-262.

Eichengreen, Barry, Charles Wyplosz & Yung Chul Park (2008) China, Asia, and the New World Economy. United Kingdom: OUP Oxford.

Elleman, Bruce A., Stephen Kotkin & Clive Schofield (2014) Beijing’s Power and China’s Borders: Twenty Neighbors in Asia. Taylor & Francis. 

Elleman, Bruce A. (2018) China’s Naval Operations in South China Sea: Evaluating Legal, Strategic and Military Factors. Amsterdam University Press.

Emilia, Emilia, Rahma Nurjanah & Siti Aminah (2015) “Analisis Pengaruh Ekspor ke China terhadap pendapatan perkapita dan Penyerapan tenaga kerja di indonesia,” Jurnal Paradigma Ekonomika 10:2.

Emmerson, Donald K. (2020) The Deer and the Dragon: Southeast Asia and China in the 21st Century. Stanford/Walter H. Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center, Freeman Spogli Institute.

Fadillah, Dani, Wajiran & Uspal Jandevi (2021) “International communication of Indonesia-China in the frame of yospan dance diplomacy,” International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts 3:1, 62-70. 

Fadillah, Dani (2020) “Belt Road Initiative in the Simulacra Analysis (Indonesia-China Relationship in the Perspective of Indonesian Students in Nanjing City),” Jurnal ASPIKOM 5:1, 63-71. 

Fakhrudin, Umar (2011) “THE COMPETITIVENESS OF INDONESIAN PRODUCT IN TRADE RELATIONSHIP WITH CHINA,” Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan 5:2, 164-176.

Fan, Weijia, et al. (2013) “Holocene centennial-scale changes of the Indonesian and South China Sea throughflows: Evidences from the Makassar Strait,” Global and Planetary Change 111, 111-117.

Fathia, Shamira Tridarysa, Mohamad Rosyidin & Muhammad Faizal Alfian (2022) “Perjuangan Menyelamatkan Muka: Strategi-Strategi Tiongkok Dalam Memulihkan Citra Akibat Covid-19,” Journal of International Relations Universitas Diponegoro 8:4, 881-894.

Febrica, Senia & Suzie Sudirman (2018) “Analysing Indonesian Media and Government Representation of China,” British Journal of Chinese Studies 8:2, 89-119.

Fitriani, Evi (2018) “Indonesian perceptions of the rise of China: dare you, dare you not,” The Pacific Review 31:3, 391-405. 

Fitriani, Evi (2021) “Linking the impacts of perception, domestic politics, economic engagements, and the international environment on bilateral relations between Indonesia and China in the onset of the 21st century,” Journal of Contemporary East Asia Studies 10:2, 183-202. 

Fitriani, Evi (2022) “Indonesia’s wary embrace of China” in Jacob Gunter & Helena Legarda (Ed.) BEYOND BLOCS: Global views on China and US-China Relations. Berlin: MERICS. 

Freedman, Amy (2003) “Political Institutions and Ethnic Chinese Identity in Indonesia,” Asian Ethnicity 4:3, 439-452.

Freedman, Paul & Koo Siu Ling (2019) Budaya dan Kuliner: Memoar Tentang Peranakan Dapur China Peranakan di Jawa Timur. Jakarta: Gramedia Pustaka Utama.

Fu, Yu, Agus Supriyadi & Tao Wang (2018) “China’s Outward FDI in Indonesia: Spatial Patterns and Determinants,” Sustainability 10:12, 4632.

Fukuoka, Yuki & Verico Kiki (2016) “Indonesia-China Economic Relations in the Twenty-First Century: Opportunities and Challenges,” in Kim, YC. (Ed.) Chinese Global Production Networks in ASEAN. Understanding China (pp. 53-75). Springer, Cham.

Gaduh, Arya (1999) “Indonesia-China Economic Relations: An Indonesian Perspective,” Economic Working Paper Series, 1-24.

Gammeltoft, Peter & Lepi T. Tarmidi (2013) “Chinese foreign direct investment in Indonesia: trends, drivers, and impacts,” International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation, and Development, 6:1-2, 136-160. 

Gang,He, Zheng Qilin & Yi Xin (2023) “Trade Cooperation Between China and Indonesia in the Context of Carbon Border Tax: Current Situation and Prospect,” MANDARINABLE: Journal of Chinese Studies 2:1, 39-52.

Giblin, Susan (2003) “Civil Society Groups Overcoming Stereotypes? Chinese Indonesian Civil Society Groups in Post-Suharto Indonesia,” Asian Ethnicity 4:3, 353-368.

Gindarsah, Iis (2015) “Indonesia and the South China Sea: A Two-fold Strategy,” RSIS COMMENTARY 158, 1-3.

Gitosardjono, Sukamdani S. (2006) Dinamika hubungan Indonesia-Tiongkok di era kebangkitan Asia. Lembaga Kerjasama, Ekonomi, Sosial, dan Budaya Indonesia-China.

Gordon, Arnold L, et al. (2012) “South China Sea throughflow impact on the Indonesian throughflow,” Geophysical Research Letters 39:11, 1203-1223.

Groeneveldt, W.P. (1960) Historical notes on Indonesia and Malaya compiled from Chinese sources. Bhratara.

Gumelar, Michael Sega (n.d.) Napak Tilas: Marginalisasi Berbagai Etnis di Indonesia dalam Hubungannya dengan Bhinneka Tunggal Ika. An1mage.

Habiburrohman, Muhammad (2021) Muslim Cina benteng: potret inklusifitas etno-religious Tionghoa di Tangerang. Yogyakarta: Stelkendo Kreatif. 

Hai, Do Thanh & Leszek Buszynski (2020) The South China Sea: From a Regional Maritime Dispute to Geo-strategic Competition. Routledge.

Halim, Steffi Thanissa & Budi Kurniawan (2021) “Chinese Family Language Policy in the Context of Trilingual Schools in Surabaya,” Eralingua: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa Asing dan Sastra 5:2, 339-354.

Hamzah, Alfian (1998) Kapok jadi nonpri: warga Tionghoa mencari keadilan. Zaman.

Han, BC & Rakhmat, Muhammad Zulfikar (2022) “Indonesia: Beijing’s Global Media Influence,” Freedom House.

Hanura, Marten, et al. (2021) “Managing Common Security: Indonesia-China Cooperation in Handling Covid-19 Pandemic,” ICON DEMOST.

Hart, Natasha Hamilton & Dave McRae (2015) Indonesia Balancing US and China, Aiming for Independence. Sydney: United States Studies Centre. 

Havidz, Ikramina Larasati Hazrati, et al. (2018) “Intention to adopt WeChat Mobile Payment Innovation toward Indonesia Citizenship Based in China,” International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) 7:6, 105-117.

Hayton, Bill (2014) The South China Sea: The Struggle for Power in Asia. United States: Yale University Press.

He, Kai (2000) Interpreting China-Indonesia Relations: Good Neighbourliness, Mutual Trust and All-round Cooperation. Australia: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University.

He, Yujia & Angela Tritto (2022) “Urban utopia or pipe dream? Examining Chinese-invested smart city development in Southeast Asia,” Third World Quarterly 43:9, 2244-2268.

Heidhues, Mary F. Somers (1972) “DUTCH COLONIAL AND INDONESIAN NATIONALIST POLICIES TOWARD THE CHINESE MINORITY IN INDONESIA,” Law and Politics in Africa, Asia and Latin America 5:3, 251-261.

Heidhues, Mary F. Somers (1988) “CITIZENSHIP AND IDENTITY: ETHNIC CHINESE AND THE INDONESIAN REVOLUTION,” in Jennifer Cushman & Gungwu Wang (Ed.) Changing Identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese Since World War II: The Ethical Challenge of Biotechnology (pp. 113-214). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Heidhues, Mary F. Somers (2003) Golddiggers, Farmers, and Traders in the “Chinese Districts” of West Kalimantan, Indonesia. SEAP Publications.

Heidhues, Mary F. Somers (1996) “Identity and the minority: Ethnic Chinese on the Indonesian periphery,” Indonesia Circle. School of Oriental & African Studies. Newsletter 24:70, 181-192.

Heidhues, Mary F. Somers (2006) “Chinese Voluntary and Involuntary Associations in Indonesia,” in (pp. 77-120). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Heidhues, Mary F. Somers (2012) “Anti Chinese violence in Java during the Indonesian Revolution, 1945-49,” Journal of Genocide Research 14:3-4, 381-401.

Heidhues, Mary F. Somers (2017) “Studying the Chinese in Indonesia: A Long Half-Century,” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 32:3, 601–33.

Hennida, Citra, et al. (2020) Respons Negara-Negara Asia Tenggara Terhadap Dominasi China. Surabaya: Airlangga University Press.

Hennida, Citra (2018) “Should We Worry about China? China’s Outward FDI and Aid in Indonesia,” ACIR 2018- Airlangga Conference on International Relations, 38-46.

Hennida, Citra & Ali Sahab (2020) “Chinese FDIs and Indonesia’s Foreign Policy on China,” International Journal of Innovation, Creativity, and Change 13:3, 1379-1393.

Herlijanto, Johanes (2003) “Tionghoa di Persimpangan: Studi Mengenai Gerakan Sosial Orang Indonesia Keturunan Tionghoa Sejak Tahun 1998,” Studia Sincia, 1-26.

Herlijanto, Johanes (2004) “The May 1998 riots and the emergence of Chinese Indonesians: Social movements in the post-Soeharto era,” 18th Conference of International Association of Historians of Asia (IAHA), Taipei, Taiwan. 

Herlijanto, Johanes (2017) Old Stereotypes, New Convictions: Pribumi Perceptions of Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia Today. Singapore: ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute.

Herlijanto, Johanes (2017) “Public perceptions of China in Indonesia: The Indonesia national survey,” ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute 89, 1-11.

Herlijanto, Johanes (2022) “Indonesian Elite Perception of China During the Presidency of Joko (Jokowi) Widodo,” in Tudorioiu, T., Kuteleva,A. (Ed.) China in the Global South (pp. 167-190). Singapore: Springer. 

Herlijanto, Johanes & Agni Malagina (2019) From Sinology to social critiques: Intellectual biography of Romo Ignatius Wibowo, SJ. Routledge. 

Herlijanto, Yohanes (2016) “What Does Indonesia’s Pribumi Elite Think of Ethnic Chinese Today?,” ISEAS-PERSPECTIVE 32, 1-9.

Herlijanto, Yohanes (2017) “How the Indonesian elite regards relations with China,” ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute 8, 1-7.

Hermawan, Sainul (2018) Tionghoa dalam novel Ca-bau-kan. Basabasi.

Herwiratno, M. (2007) “Kelenteng: Benteng Terakhir Dan Titik Awal Perkembangan Kebudayaan Tionghoa Di Indonesia,” LINGUA CULTURA 1:1, 1-99.

Heryanto, Ariel (1997) “Silence in Indonesian Literary Discourse: The Case of the Indonesian Chinese,” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 12:1, 26-45.

Heryanto, Ariel (2008) “Citizenship and Indonesian ethnic Chinese in post-1998 films,” in Ariel Heryanto (Ed.) Popular Culture in Indonesia: Fluid Identities in Post-Authoritarian Politics (pp.70-92). Routledge.

Hew, Weng Wai (2018) Chinese Ways of Being Muslim: Negotiating Ethnicity and Religiosity in Indonesia. Copenhagen: NIAS Press. 

Hidayadi, Taufik & Henny Saptatia Drajati Nugrahani (2020) “Stereotip Warga Tionghoa Dalam Geopolitik Hubungan Indonesia dengan Tiongkok,” MUQODDIMA Jurnal Pemikiran dan Riset Sosiologi 1:2, 133-144.

Hidayatullah, Ahmad Fauzan (2005) Laksamana Cheng-Ho dan kelenteng Sam Po Kong: spirit pluralisme dalam akulturasi kebudayaan China Jawa Islam. Mystico Pustaka. 

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Suryadinata, Leo (1990) “Indonesia-China Relations: A Recent Breakthrough,” Asian Survey 30:7, 682–696. 

Suryadinata, Leo (1990) “Indonesia-Indonesia’s of Chinese Origin: Assimilation and Goal of ‘One-Nation-One-Peopl’. By Stuart William Greif. New York: Professors World Peace Academy, 1988. Pp. 88,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 21:1, 225-226.

Suryadinata, Leo (1992) Pribumi Indonesians, the Chinese minority and China. Singapore: Heinemann Asia.

Suryadinata, Leo (1993) Chinese adaptation and diversity: Essays on society and literature in Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore. Singapore: NUS Press.

Suryadinata, Leo (1993) Indonesian Chinese culture and society. Singapore: Singapore University Press. 

Suryadinata, Leo (1993) “Chinese Adaptation and Diversity in Some ASEAN States: An Introductory Note,” in Leo Suryadinata (Ed.) Chinese Adaptation and Diversity (pp. 1-7). Singapore: NUS Press.

Suryadinata, Leo (1993) “From Peranakan Chinese Literature to Indonesian Literature: A Preliminary Study,“ in Leo Suryadinata (Ed.) Chinese Adaptation and Diversity (pp. 101-119). Singapore: Singapore University Press.

Suryadinata, Leo (1993) “Patterns of Chinese Political Participation in Four ASEAN States,” Contemporary Southeast Asia 15:3, 292-308.

Suryadinata, Leo (1993) “The State and Chinese Minority in Indonesia,” in Leo Suryadinata (Ed.) Chinese Adaptation and Diversity: Essays on Society and Literature in Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore (pp. 77-100). Singapore: NUS Press.

Suryadinata, Leo (1994) “[BOOK REVIEW] Peranakan’s search for national identity, biographical studies of seven Indonesian Chinese,” Pacific Affairs 67:3, 471-472.

Suryadinata, Leo (1994) “Government Policies towards the Ethnic Chinese in the ASEAN States: Comparative Analysis,” The Ethnic Chinese: Proceedings of the International Conference on Changing Identities and the Relations in Southeast Asia, Manila: Kaisa Para Sa Kaunlaran Inc, 67-80.

Suryadinata, Leo (1994) “Indonesia – The Role of the Indonesian Chinese in Shaping Modern Indonesian Life,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 25:1, 193-194.

Suryadinata, Leo (1995) Southeast Asian Chinese and China : the politico-economic dimension. Singapore: Times Academic Press.

Suryadinata, Leo (1995) “China’s Economic Modernization and the Ethnic Chinese in Asean: A Preliminary Study,” Southeast Asian Chinese and China-the Politico-Economic Dimension, 193-215.

Suryadinata, Leo (1995) “Southeast Asian Chinese Society and Culture: An Introduction,” Southeast Asian Chinese: The Socio-cultural Dimension 2:3. 

Suryadinata, Leo (1995) “The Southeast Asian Chinese and China: An introduction,” Southeast Asian Chinese and China: The Politico-Economic Dimensions, 3-8.

Suryadinata, Leo (1995)  “The Study of Peranakan Chinese Literature: A Preliminary Survey,” Suryadinata, 261-272.

Suryadinata, Leo (1996) Sastra peranakan Tionghoa Indonesia. Jakarta: Gramedia Widiasarana Indonesia. 

Suryadinata, Leo (1997) Chinese and nation-building in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Singapore Society of Asian Studies. 

Suryadinata, Leo (1997) Ethnic Chinese as Southeast Asians. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Suryadinata, Leo (1997) Political Thinking of the Indonesian Chinese, 1900-1995: A Sourcebook. NUS Press.

Suryadinata, Leo (1997) “Sojourners and Settlers: Histories of Southeast Asia and the Chinese,” Pacific Affairs 70:1, 155-156.

Suryadinata, Leo (1998) “China’s hands-off on Indonesia,” Far Eastern Economic Review 161:6, 31-31.

Suryadinata, Leo (1999) “Negara dan Minoritas Tionghoa di Indonesia,” Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia 1:2.

Suryadinata, Leo (1999) Etnis Tionghoa dan pembangunan bangsa. Jakarta: LP3ES.

Suryadinata, Leo (1999) The ethnic Chinese issue and national integration in Indonesia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Suryadinata, Leo (1999) “Negara dan Minoritas Tiongkok di Indonesia,” Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia 1:2, 223-247.

Suryadinata, Leo (2000) “Ethnic Chinese and the nation-state in Southeast Asia,” Intercultural Relations, Cultural Transformations and Identity, Manila: Kaisa-Angelo King Heritage Center, 308-327.

Suryadinata, Leo (2001) “CHINESE POLITICS IN POST-SUHARTO’S INDONESIA. Beyond the Ethnic Approach?,” Asian Survey 41:3, 502-524.

Suryadinata, Leo (2002) Negara dan etnis Tionghoa : kasus Indonesia. Jakarta: LP3ES.

Suryadinata, Leo (2002) “CHINA’S CITIZENSHIP LAW AND THE CHINESEIN SOUTHEAST ASIA,” in M Barry Hooker (Ed.) Law and the Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Suryadinata, Leo (2002) “Peranakan Chinese identities in Singapore and Malaysia: a re-examination,” Ethnic Chinese in Singapore and Malaysia: A Dialogue between Tradition and Modernity, 69-84.

Suryadinata, Leo (2004) Chinese Indonesians : state policy, monoculture, and multiculture. Singapore: Eastern Universities Press. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2004) Ethnic relations and nation-building in Southeast Asia: the case of the ethnic Chinese. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2004) Peranakan’s Search for National Identity: Biographical Studies of Seven Indonesian Chinese. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic.

Suryadinata, Leo (2004) The culture of the Chinese minority in Indonesia. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic.

Suryadinata, Leo (2004) “Chinese migration and adaptation in Southeast Asia: The last half century,” in Aris Ananta & Evi Nurvidya Arifin (Ed.) International Migration in Southeast Asia (pp. 71-93). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2004) “Ethnic Chinese literature in Indonesia: ethnicity and nationhood,” Chinese Indonesians: State Policy, Monoculture and Multiculture, 82-100. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2004) “Indonesian state policy towards ethnic Chinese: From assimilation to multiculturalism,” Chinese Indonesians: State policy, monoculture and multiculture, 1-16.

Suryadinata, Leo (2005) Admiral Zheng He and Southeast Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2005) China and the ASEAN States: The Ethnic Chinese Dimension. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic.

Suryadinata, Leo (2005) Pemikiran politik etnis Tionghoa Indonesia 1900-2002. Jakarta: LP3ES. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2005) Peranakan Chinese politics in Java, 1917-1942. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2005) “China-ASEAN Political Relations: Post-Cold War Developments,” Malaysia, Southeast Asia and the Emerging China: Political, Economic and Cultural Perspectives.

Suryadinata, Leo (2005) “The Citizenship Problems of Chinese Overseas: A Collection of Documents and Articles,” Journal of Chinese Overseas 1:2, 286-288.

Suryadinata, Leo (2005) “Zheng He, Semarang and the Islamization of Java: Between History and Legend,” Admiral Zheng He and Southeast Asia, 72-93.

Suryadinata, Leo (2006) Southeast Asia’s Chinese Businesses in an Era of Globalization: Coping with the Rise of China. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Suryadinata, Leo (2006) Tongmenghui, Sun Yat-sen and the Chinese in Southeast Asia: a revisit. 華裔馆. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2006) “Southeast Asianists in China in the Last Three Decades: A Preliminary Survey,” in Saw Swee Hock & John Wong (Ed.) Southeast Asian Studies in China (pp. 30-53). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

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Suryadinata, Leo (2007) Laksamana Cheng Ho : dan Asia Tenggara. Jakarta: LP3ES.

Suryadinata, Leo (2007) Understanding the ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Suryadinata, Leo (2007) “Chinese Migration in Southeast Asia: Past and Present,” CHC Bulletini 9, 1-7.

Suryadinata, Leo (2008) Ethnic Chinese in Contemporary Indonesia. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing.

Suryadinata, Leo (2008) “Chinese Indonesians in an era of globalization: Some major characteristics,” Ethnic Chinese in Contemporary Indonesia, 1-16.

Suryadinata, Leo (2010) Etnis Tionghoa dan nasionalisme Indonesia: sebuah bunga rampai, 1965-2008. Penerbit Buku Kompas.

Suryadinata, Leo (2010) Peranakan Chinese in a Globalizing Southeast Asia. Singapore: Chinese Heritage Center.

Suryadinata, Leo (2010) Tokoh Tionghoa & identitas Indonesia : dari Tjoe Bou San sampai Yap Thiam Hien. Depok: Komunitas Bambu.

Suryadinata, Leo (2012) Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: Biographical dictionary. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Suryadinata, Leo (2012) “Ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asia and their economic role,” in M. Jocelyn Armstrong, R. Warwick Armstrong & Kent Mulliner (Ed.) Chinese Populations in Contemporary Southeast Asian Societies (pp. 55-73). Routledge.

Suryadinata, Leo (2013) “Southeast Asian policies toward the ethnic Chinese: A revisit,” in Tan Chee Beng (Ed.) Routledge Handbook of the Chinese Diaspora (pp. 274-289). Routledge.

Suryadinata, Leo (2014) An End to Discrimination for China and the Chinese in Indonesia?. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Suryadinata, Leo (2015) Prominent Indonesian Chinese: Biographical Sketches. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Suryadinata, Leo (2015) “China’s nationality laws and the Chinese overseas,” in Jayati Bhattacharya & Coonoor Kripalani (Ed.) Indian and Chinese Immigrant Communities (pp.43-54). Anthem Press.

Suryadinata, Leo (2016) “Did the Natuna Incident Shake Indonesia-China Relations?,” ISEAS Perspective 19, 1-8. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2016) “Overseas Chinese, Chinese Overseas,” in Leo Suryadinata (Ed.) Ethnic Chinese As Southeast Asians (pp. 1-24). Springer.

Suryadinata, Leo (2016) “Singapore as a Centre of Southeast Asian Chinese: Some Reflections,” in Pang Cheng Lian (Ed.) 50 Years of the Chinese Community in Singapore (pp. 257-269). World Scientific.

Suryadinata, Leo (2017) The Growing “Strategic Partnership” between Indonesia and China Faces Difficult Challenges. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2017) The rise of China and the Chinese overseas: A study of Beijing’s changing policy in Southeast Asia and beyond. Singapore: ISEAS- Yusof Ishak Institute.

Suryadinata, Leo (2017) “BLURRING THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN HUAQIAO AND HUAREN,” Southeast Asian Affairs, 101-114.

Suryadinata, Leo (2017) “What Does Indonesia’s Renaming of Part of the South China Sea Signify?,” ISEAS Perspective 64, 1-6.

Suryadinata, Leo (2018) Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia and China’s Foreign Policy: An Interpretive Essay. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian.

Suryadinata, Leo (2018) “Ethnic groups and the Indonesian nation-state: With special reference to ethnic Chinese,” in Leo Suryadinata (Ed.) Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Indonesia (pp. 43-53). Routledge.

Suryadinata, Leo (2018) “With special reference to ethnic Chinese,” in Leo Suryadinata (Ed.) Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Indonesia. Routledge.

Suryadinata, Leo (2019) “Chinese Participation in the 2019 Indonesian Elections,” ISEAS Perspective 58, 1-8.

Suryadinata, Leo (2019) “Which Presidential  Candidate will Chinese Indonesians Vote for in 2019?,” ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute 7, 1-7.

Suryadinata, Leo (2020) “Chapter 13: Beijing’s New Policy towards the Chinese Overseas: Some Reflections,” in Zheng Yongnian & Zhao Litao (Ed.) Chineseness and Modernity in a Changing China (pp. 287-302). World Scientific.

Suryadinata, Leo (2020) “Chinese Indonesians in Post-Suharto Indonesia: Democratisation and Ethnic Minorities by Chong Wu-Ling,” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 35:1, 165-168.

Suryadinata, Leo (2020) “New Chinese Migrants in Indonesia: An Emerging Community that Faces New Challenges,” ISEAS Perspective 61, 1-10. 

Suryadinata, Leo (2021) “THE ETHNIC CHINESE IN THE RIAU ISLANDS A Community with a Frontier Spirit at the Edge of Indonesia” in Francis E Hutchinson & Siwage Dharma Negara (Ed.) The Riau Islands (pp. 412-435). Singapore: ISEAS Publishing.

Suryadinata, Leo (2022) Xin Yimin in Indonesia: A Growing Community That Faces New Challenges. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing.

Suryadinata, Leo (2022) “2022/100 “Can an International State University of Confucianism be Established in Indonesia?” by Leo Suryadinata,” ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute 100.

Suryadinata, Leo (2022) “Chinese Political Participation Since Independence: Between National Identity and Ethnic Identity,” in Made Supriatma & Hui Yew-Foong (Ed.) The Jokowi-Prabowo Elections 2.0 (pp. 165–96). Singapore: ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute.

Suryadinata, Leo (2023) The Orientation of Chinese Newspapers in Indonesia as China Rises. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing.

Suryadinata, Leo & Benjamin Loh (2022) Rising China and New Chinese Migrants in Southeast Asia. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing.

Suryadinata, Leo & Gan, Dorcas (2022) Concepts and Patterns of Chinese Migration, with Reference to Southeast Asia. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing.

Suryadinata, Leo & Mustafa Izzuddin (2017) The Natunas: Territorial Integrity in The Forefront of Indonesia-China Relations. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing.

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