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Yin Cao, Chinese Sojourners in Wartime Raj, 1942-1945 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022).


Yin Cao, From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945 (Leiden: Brill, 2018).



Yin Cao, “A Railway that Had Never Been Built: Imagining, Planning, and Denying the Yunnan-Burma Railway, 1860s to 1940s,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (accepted and forthcoming). (SSCI, A&HCI).

Yin Cao, “Chen Mengzhao’s Storeroom in Park Street, Calcutta: Wartime India-China Smuggling, 1942-1945,” Modern Asian Studies Apr. (2022): 1-26. (SSCI).

Yin Cao, “The Last Hump: The Lahore Elementary Flying Training School, the Chinese Civil War, and the Final Days of the British Raj,” Modern Asian Studies 1 (2022): 250-268. (SSCI).

Yin Cao, “The Return of Chen Ching Lin: Chinese Deserters and Chinatowns in the British Raj, 1943-1946,” South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 5 (2021): 888-902. (SSCI, A&HCI).

Yin Cao, “The Bombs in Beijing and Delhi: The Global Spread of Bomb-making Technology and the Revolutionary Terrorism in Modern China and India,” Journal of World History 4 (2019): 559-589. (A&HCI).

Yin Cao, “Policing the British Empire on the Bund: The Origin of the Sikh Police Unit in Shanghai,” Britain and the World  1 (2017): 53-73. (SSCI, A&HCI).

Yin Cao, “Kill Buddha Singh: Indian Nationalist Movement in Shanghai, 1914-27,” Indian Historical Review 43:2 (2016): 270-288. (A&HCI).




Yin Cao and George Wei, “Rabindranath Tagore and Subhas Chandra Bose: The Common Indian Philosophical Root of Their Political Ideas and the Conversion of Their Nationalism and Anti-Nationalism into Pan-Asianism,” in C. X. George Wei ed., Asian Culture, Diplomacy and Foreign Relations, Volume II (Leiden: Brill, 2022), 97-115.

Yin Cao, “Erecting a Gurdwara on Queens Road East: The Singh Sabha Movement, the Boxer Uprising, and the Sikh Community in Hong Kong,” in Tansen Sen and Brian Tsui eds., Beyond Pan-Asianism: Connecting China and India, 1840s-1960s (Oxford University Press, 2020), 266-292.