1. Constitutional Law ，Tsinghua University Press,2008;
2. Forms of State Structure, Wuhan University Press, 1997;
3. Faquan and Constitutional government, Shandong People’s Publishing House, 2001;
4. Textbook on Local Governments (co-author), High Education Press, 1994;
5.Theory And Practice of Human Rights (co-author), Wuhan University Press, 1995;
6. Textbook on Constitutional Law (co-author), Law Press, 1997;
7. General Theory of Civil Servants (co-author), Wuhan University Press, 1997;
8. Hot Topics on Human Rights and Contemporary Constitutionalism (co-author), Kunlun Press, 2001.
He has also published a number of articles in English and Chinese, most recently:
1. A Comment on the Rise and Fall of the Supreme People’s Court’s Reply to Qi Yuling’s Case, SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW [Vol. XLIII:nnn; 4/12/2010
2.An Interpretation of “the Court Adjudicates accordin to Law”, China Legal Science，no.6,2009.
3.The Application of Constitution Should Abide by the Ways Provided by Constitution Itself, China Legal Science，no.6, 2008.
4. Prospects for the Near Future of the Constitutional System in China，Modern Law Science，no.3,2008. 5. On Chinese Constitutional Law Teaching and Research，Science of Law，no.6, 2007.
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