Xiong, L (1/3). (2015). Causal and risk factors for accidental residential fires: a literature review (2004-2015). Prepared for the Country Fire Authority, Victoria, Australia. Melbourne: Victoria University.
Xiong, L(1/3). (2013). Comparative investigation of ‘survival’ and fatality factors in accidental residential fires. Prepared for the Metropolitan Fire Brigade and Country Fire Authority, Victoria, Australia. Melbourne: Victoria University.
Xiong, L.*(1/3). (In press) Human response to Non-injury accidental house fires. Fire and Materials.
Xiong, L.*(1/3). (2016) How to prevent accidental residential fires: the role of human involvement in fire ignition. Fire and Materials.
Xiong L*(1/3). (2015) Comparative investigation of ‘survival’ and fatality factors in accidental residential fires. Fire Safety Journal. 73(3): 37-47.
Xiong, L.*(1/4). (2015) International students’ fear of crime. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.
Xiong, L.*(1/3). (2015) Testing for Cultural Measurement Equivalence in Research on Domestic and International Tertiary Students’ Fear of Crime. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.
Xiong L*(1/3). (In press) Accidental residential fires caused by smoking-related materials: who is at risk? Nicotine & Tobacco Research.
Xiong, L*(3/3). (2014). What drives learning orientation in fast growth SMEs? International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research. 20 (4). 324- 350.
Xiong, L. *(1/1)(2003). Cultural Tourism in Nan, Sui and Tang Dynasty: the Middle and Lower reaches of Hanjiang River. Jianghan Tribune, 4.
Xiong, L.*(1/2). (2002). Tourism Criminology: Its Definition, Fields, Methods, and Implication. Tourism Tribune, 2. 15-21.
Xiong, L. *(1/1)(2000). A Simple Analysis on the Artificial Scenery of Qin Shihuang Cemetery. Journal of Guilin Institute of Tourism, 1.
2013.First Prize (Nationally) in one of the three discipline categories of the 2013 Australian Competitive Research Symposium
2013.First Prize (Victoria University) in one of the three discipline categories of the 2013 Australian Competitive Research Symposium
2010.College of Business representative at the RMIT University-wide Three-Minute Thesis Competition.
2010.Runner up. Three-Minute Thesis Competition, College of Business, RMIT University 2010.First Prize. Three-Minute Thesis Competition, School of Management, College of Business, RMIT University.
2010.Best research Paper and Presentation Award, College of Forensic Psychologists Student Research Day, the Australian Psychological Society
2007-2010.RMIT University International Research Scholarship (RUIS)
2004.Best Masters Thesis, China, 2003
1996-2000.Central China Normal University Scholarship