Xinhua Digest published the article comparisons of Zhu and Lu Xiufu Kungfu Theory from Dr.Lianfan and Contemporary Morality in the Conformity of Morality and Prosperity from Dr.Chen Xiaoxi on its second and third issue of 2018. Besides, College of Liberal Arts and Science Abstracts published the article An Analysis of People-oriented Thought in Chinese Traditional Culture from Professor Yi Peiqiang on its first issue of 2018. These three articles are all originally published on the HUAS Wuling Studies:Chinese Morality Studies.
The Wuling Studies:Chinese Morality Studies relies on academic research centers inside and outside the university and the journal hired a large number of experts as their specialists from universities and research institutes such as Peking University, Tsinghua University, Nanjing University, Southeast University, and Central South University. The articles they publish are of theoretical value and practical significance, which has a big influence on society. From the first issue in 2010 to the sixth issue in 2017, a total of 45 issues were launched, and 118 articles were published, including 42 articles of the National Social Science Fund, 12 articles of the Social Science Fund of the Ministry of Education, and 16 articles of Provincial Social Science Fund. 19 articles of other provincial fund, which accounted for 75.4% of all the published articles. The articles were reprinted for 31 times with the reprint rate of 26%. Among the articles, 7 were reprinted by Xinhua Digest, 9 were Higher Education Liberal Arts Digest, 5 were reprinted by the journal Ethics and The Guide to Spiritual Civilization. In addition, it was reproduced in Guangming Daily (theoretical edition) and published in the Journal of Social Science. In 2013, Wuling Studies:Chinese Morality Studies was rated as "excellent column" by the Hunan Journal Association.
In March 2016, Wuling Academic Journal organized the academic seminar on the theme of Cultural Studies of the Chinese Morality and invited about 20 experts from top universities such as Peking University, Southeast University, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Jiangsu Normal University, Hunan Normal University and magazines, newspapers. Hunan Daily conducted a special report on the seminar. In 2016, 78 outstanding articles were selected and compiled as “Cultural Studies of the Chinese Morality” (volumes I and II), and was published by the Social Science Literature Press in January 2017. A book review was written by Prof. Xu Liangjian from Southeast University titled The Unorthodox of Chinese Morality Studies - Commentary on the Study of Chinese Morality and it was published in the fifth issue of Ethics Research, 2017.