Kuo, Mei-Fen Making Chinese Australia: urban elites, newspapers and the formation of Chinese-Australian identity, 1892–1912. Clayton VIC, Australia: Monash University Publishing, 2013.
Kuo, Mei-fen and Brett, Judith Unlocking the History of the Australasian Kuo Min Tang 1911-2013. Kew, VIC, Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2013.
Kuo, Mei-fen (2015). Confucian heritage, public narratives and community politics of Chinese Australians at the beginning of the 20th century. In Sophie Couchman and Kate Bagnall (Ed.), Chinese Australians: politics, engagement and resistance (pp. 137-173) Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.
Kuo, Mei-fen and Fitzgerald, John (2016) Chinese students in White Australia: state, community, and individual responses to the Student Visa Program, 1920-1925. Australian Historical Studies, 47 2: 259-277. doi:10.1080/1031461X.2016.1156136
Kuo, Mei-Fen (2013) Contested Confucian heritage, public narratives and community politics of Chinese Australians at the beginning of the twentieth century. Journal of Chinese Overseas, 9 2: 212-244. doi:10.1163/17932548-12341260
Kuo, Mei-Fen (2011) ‘Huaqiao’ – Narratives and Political Alliances of Urban Chinese-Australian Communities in Early 20th Century. Bulletin of the Institution of Modern History (中央研究院近史所集刊), 71 157-202.
Kuo, Mei-Fen (2010) Gender discussion and social identity in Chinese-Australian newspapers in the early 20th century. Research on Women in Modern Chinese History (), 18 175-214.
Kuo, Mei-Fen (2009) The making of a diasporic identity: the case of the Sydney Chinese commercial elite, 1890s-1900s. Journal of Chinese Overseas, 5 2: 336-363. doi:10.1163/179303909X12489373183091
Kuo, Mei-Fen (2008) The Chinese Australian Herald and the shaping of a modern “Imagined Chinese Community” in 1890s colonial Sydney. Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies, 2 34-53.
Kuo, Mei-fen (2016). Making South Pacific network: Dr Sun Yat-sen and Chinese Australian community in the early 20th century. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Dr Sun Yat-sen and the Asia-Pacific: crossing over Nations. Conference on Dr Sun Yat-sen and the Asia-Pacific: Crossing over Nations, Kobe, Japan, (1-15). 26-27 November 2016.
Kuo, Mei-Fen (2015). Enterprising Chinese Australians and rethinking remittance network: the reflection of Wing Sang and Co. 1890-1916. In: Conference on Qiaopi Industry in China and Overseas, Singapore, (). 9-10 October 2015.
Kuo, Mei-Fen (2015). Invisible impact of women and philanthropic sociability and Chinese Australia voluntary organizations. In: International Workshop for the Publication Project on Philanthropy and the Chinese Diaspora on the Pacific Rim, 1850-1949, Hong Kong, (). 27-28 June 2015.
Mei-Fen Kuo (2015). Reframing labour rights, Christian philanthropy and international humanitarian association in the early 20th century—the case of Y’s Men’s Club. In: Conference of Thinking Labour Rights through the “Coolie” Question, Sydney, (). 17-18 September 2015.
Mei-Fen Kuo (2015). “Free China” and Innovation of Organizations: Taiwan's Effect on Reshaping Chinese Communities in Sydney and Melbourne from 1954 to 1972”. In: Taiwan: the view from the South, Australian National University, Canberra ACT, Australia, (). 6-9 January 2015.
Mei-Fen Kuo (2015). Enterprising Chinese Australians and the forgotten legacy of Wing Sang and Co. in the early 20th century. In: 3rd Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC) Conference, Shanghai, PR China, (). 22-25 Oct 2015.
Kuo, Mei-Fen (2014). Chinese Australian philanthropists, transpacific mobilization and consumer culture on the development of philanthropy in China in the 1920s. In: International Conference on “Modern China in Global Contexts, 1600-Present, Taiwan, (). 11-13 August 2014.
Kuo, Mei-Fen (2014). Everyday life approach and changing perspectives in diaspora philanthropy: the stories of Joe Tong and William Yinson Lee. In: International Symposium International Migration and Qiaoxiang Studies, Nanping, Fujian Province, Peoples Republic of China, (). 11-14 December 2014.
Mei-Fen Kuo (2013). Education and community politics: the first wave of Chinese student to Australia in the 1920s,. In: Dragon Tails Conference: 3rd Australasian Conference on Overseas Chinese History & Heritage, University of Wollongong, (). 6-8 July 2013.