Xiaoli has been serving in Australia and overseas as a lecturer, pastor and mentor over the last twenty years. Her PhD offers a conversation between the Chinese soul-searching and the gospel of Jesus Christ through a unique contextual poetic lens (Leiden: Brill, 2018). She has published widely for both academic and general readers. She is also a spiritual director and serves on the Executive Committee of Australian Association of Mission Studies and the Editorial Board of Australian Journal of Mission Studies.
intercultural theology; world/Asian Christianity, poetic theology, comparative theology, ethno-hermeneutics, Christian spirituality