18 October: At start of the Chinese Communist Party Congress, Yu Jie spoke to BBC World Service Newshour, BBC World News TV, the Australia National Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) RN Drive programme, BBC World Business Live, and BBC World Service Newsday, and wrote for BBC Chinese.
7 October: “The Communist Party realises a dynamic private sector has become a key source of employment, economy and social stability." Quoted in South China Morning Post story on private sector.
10 September: interview in Seikyo Press about China-Japan relations (article in Japanese).
28 August: column for China Plus is on the upcoming BRICS summit.
8 August: quoted in Financial Times business story on how Chinese domestic politics can often leave western investors guessing.
3 July: BBC Business Live on China-Russia relations as Xi & Putin meet, and the One Belt, One Road initiative.
29 June: BBC World Impact on 20 years after the Hong Kong handover.
18 June: Viu Six TV, Hong Kong commenting on how the UK's hung Parliament is seen in China.
9 June: South China Morning Post quote on how “a coalition government [in the UK] is a bad thing for overseas investment”
1 June: BBC World Business Report on the EU-China summit and potential European-Chinese cooperation on climate change after the US pulled out of the Paris agreement.
17 May: BBC World Service as a contributor to the documentary Taiwan: An Island History with Bridget Kendall.
24 January: Voice of America on China's 'Silk Road' ambitions reaching London.
19 January: The World Weekly quoted on US-China relations in the Year of the Rooster.
16 January: China Global Network Television on Xi Jinping's visit to the Davos world economic forum and China-Switzerland relations.
6 January: The Independent newspaper article co-written by Yu Jie & Sir Vince Cable MP entitled If we make post-Brexit trade deals with China and India, don’t expect Britain to come out on top.
15 September 2016: BBC News at 10 on on the Hinkley Point nuclear deal. "[Chinese] State owned enterprises want to use this deal as a stepping stone to achieve a major foothold in the European market and obviously to get to into demand sectors like civil nuclear is a major success for Chinese state owned enterprises I would say" she told BBC China correspondent Carrie Grace.
15 June: BBC Radio 4 The World Tonight on how the UK leaving the EU would damage UK-China relations and Xi Jinping's personal image.