The following list is composed mainly of works written by Canadian authors or works published in Canada. Some works published in the USA or abroad but with at least one Canadian author are also included.
Books featured at a session of the CCFS are noted with an asterisk. Journal articles and chapters in books are excluded from the present list but may be added in the future.
Amy Karam, The China Factor: Emerging Business Strategies to Compete, Grow and Win in the New Global Economy, Wiley, New York, 2016.
Andrew Sancton and Chen Zhenming, Citizen Participation at the Local Level in China and Canada, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, New York, 2015.
*Paul Evans, Engaging China: Myth, Aspiration, and Strategy in Canadian Policy from Trudeau to Harper, University of Toronto Press, 2014.
*Howard Balloch, Semi-Nomadic Anecdotes, Lulu Publishing Services, 2014
Wendy Dobson, Partners and Rivals: The Uneasy Future of China’s Relationship with the United States, University of Toronto Press, 2013
*Brian L. Evans Pursuing China: Memoir of a Beaver Liaison Officer, University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, 2012
Alexander V. Pantsov with Steven I Levine Mao: The Real Story, Simon and Schuster, Toronto, 2012
David G. Jones, The School of Sun Tzu: Winning Empires Without War, iUniverse.com, 2012
Huhua Cao and Vivienne Poy (editors) The China Challenge, University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa, 2011.
John Meehan, Chasing the Dragon in Shanghai, Canada’s Early Relations with China 1858-1952, UBC Press, Vancouver, 2011.
Robert Sutter, Historical Dictionary of Chinese Foreign Policy, The Scarecrow Press, Toronto, 2011.
*Eric Tamm, The Horse that Leaps Through Clouds: A Tale of Espionage, the Silk Road and the rise of Modern China, Douglas and McIntyre, Toronto, 2010.
Catherine Côté, Ensuring Canadians safe access to pharmaceutical products through Canada-China cooperation, China Paper no. 1 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Barry Carin and Gordon Smith, Working with China towards a new international architecture: a strategic partnership with Canada on global issues of mutual interest, China Paper no. 3 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Arthur J. Hansen, China as an environmentally responsible global citizen, Paper no. 5 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Jeremy Palteil, Canada in China’s grand strategy, China Paper no. 6 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010.
Jeremy Palteil, Structure and process in Chinese foreign policy: implications for Canada, China Paper no. 8 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Ronald, Deibert, China’s cyberspace control strategy: an overview and consideration of issues for Canadian policy, China Paper no. 7 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Der-yuan Wu, Bridging “forbidden” and “true north” nations Taiwan’s agency in Canada’s China policy, China Paper no. 9 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Frederic Lasserre, China and the arctic threat or cooperation potential for Canada? China Paper no. 11 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Wenran Jiang, Chinese industry and foreign economic policy lessons for Canada, China Paper no. 14 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Margaret Beare, Global transnational crime Canada and China, China Paper no. 16 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Scott McKnight, Misperceptions, misunderstanding and miscalculation how China sees Canada in the world, China Paper no. 17 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Brian Evans, Canadian studies in China, China Paper no. 18 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010.
Past and Future in China-Canada Relations, Papers presented by Lu Congmin, Bernie Frolic, Mei Peng, Jack Austin and Gordon Houlden, Conference co-hosted by the Institute of Asian Research and the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, Shanghai, November 10-12.
Wenran Jiang, The dragon returns Canada in China’s quest for energy security, China Paper no. 19 Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2010
Denise Chong, Egg on Mao: The Story of an Ordinary Man Who Defeated an Icon and Unmasked a Dictatorship Random House, Toronto, 2009
Charles Burton, A Reassessment of Canada’s Interests in China and Options for Renewal of Canada’s China Policy, A Changing World, Canadian International Council, Toronto, 2009.
Jeff Fuchs, The Ancient Tea Horse Road, Viking, Toronto, 2008.
Daniel A. Bell, China’s New Confucianism -Politics and Everyday Life in a Changing Society, Princeton University Press, 2008
Pierre Trudeau and Jacques Hebert, Two Innocents in Red China (intro by Alexandre Trudeau) Douglas & McIntyre, Toronto, 2007.
Jiang, Wenran. “Meeting the China Challenge: Developing a China Strategy,” in Canada Among Nations 2006: A State of Minorities. edited by Andrew Cooper and Dane Rowlands. McGill-Queen’s University Press, Monteal, 2006.
Serge Granger, Le Lys et le Lotus, VLB Editeur, Montreal, 2005
Shirley Jane Endicott, China Diary, The Life of Mary Austin Endicott, Sir Wilfrid University Press, 2003
Gavin Menzies, 1421: The Year China Discovered the World,Bantam Books, Toronto, 2002
Michael Frolic and Timothy Brook, Civil Society in China, Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 1997.
Jan Wong. Red China Blues. Doubleday, Toronto, 1996.
Paul Evans, John Fairbank and the American Understanding of Modern China. New York and Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1988. Chinese translation published by the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, 1995.
Timothy Brook, Quelling the People: The Military Supression of the Beijin Democrqacy Movement, Lester, Toronto, 1992.
Jung Chang. Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China, Doubleday, Toronto, 1991
Paul Evans and B. Michael Frolic (co-editors), Reluctant Adversaries: Canada and the People’s Republic of China, 1949-1970, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1991. Chinese translation published by the Tianjin University Press, 1996.
Charles Burton, Political and Social Change in China since 1978, Greenwood Press, New York, 1990
Ian McLachlin, Shanghai 1949: The End of an Era, Deneau, Toronto, 1990
Charles Taylor editor. China Hands: The Globe and Mail in Peking,. McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1984
Michael Frolic. Mao’s People: Sixteen Portraits of Life in Revolutionary China,. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1980
John Fraser, The Chinese: Portrait of a People Collins, Toronto, 1980.
James Endicott, Rebel Out of China, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1980
Munroe Scott. McClure: The China Years, Canec, Toronto, 1977.
Chester Ronning. A Memoir of China in Revolution. Pantheon Books, New York, 1974
Colin McCullough, Stranger in China, McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1972.