Volume 8, No. 1:
- Governing and Representing HIV/AIDS in China: A Review and an Introduction, by Haiqing Yu (Guest Editor).
- Settling for Discrimination: HIV/AIDS Carriers and the Resolution of Legal Claims, by Scott Wilson.
- HIV Governance through Law: Achievements and Challenges of China’s Legal Environment, by Jinmei Meng.
- HIV/AIDS in Xinjiang: A Serious “Ill” in an “Autonomous” Region, by Anna Hayes.
- Sexualised Illness and Gendered Narratives: The Problematic of Social Science and Humanities in China’s HIV and AIDS Governance, by Evelyne Micollier.
- HIV/AIDS and Shifting Urban China’s Socio-Moral Landscape: Engendering Bio-Activism and Resistance through Stories of Suffering, by Johanna Hood.
- Book Review – Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Political Theory, by Norraihan Zakaria.
Volume 8, No. 2:
- Introduction – Never Just Food: Themed Issue on Food and Asia, by Nicole Tarulevicz (Guest Editor).
- Shifting Perceptions of Instant Ramen in Japan During the High-growth Era, 1958–1973, by George Solt.
- Faking It: Food Quality in China, by Kaz Ross.
- “Let Lifeguard Milk Raise Your Child”: Gender, Food and Nation in Singapore’s Past, by Nicole Tarulevicz.
- Contagious Consumption: Commodity Debates over the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century China Trade, by Kristin Bayer.
- Food and Pollution in Two Films from Contemporary Japan, by Barbara Hartley.
- Young Taiwanese Immigration to Argentina: The Challenges of Adaptation, Self Identity and Returning, by Bernado Trejos and Lan-Hung Nora Chiang.
- Jim Crace’s Arcadia: A New Variation on an Old Topic, by Sabbar S. Sultan and Ibrahim Abu Shihab.
- Book Review – Ibn Taymiyyah on Jihád and Baghy, by Timothy P. Daniels.
- Scholarly Viewpoints – Nicholas Tarling.