BBC Chinese - 02/11/15 Jieyu Liu participated in an online video discussion on China’s recent changes in one-child policy.
Channel 4 News - 29/10/15 Jieyu Liu interviewed for report by Lindsey Hilsum on changes in China's one-child policy.
Al Jazeera English News - 29/10/15 Jieyu Liu interviewed on China’s move to scrape the one-child policy.
BBC Chinese - 26/10/15 Jieyu Liu published an article for BBC Chinese on China’s recent policy move to extend retirement age.
Time - 22/10/15 Jieyu Liu interviewed on mistresses in China.
Time Out Beijing - 22/10/15 Professor Michel Hockx interviewed on the rise of online literature in China.
Various news channels - 22/10/15 Michel Hockx interviewed live by BBC World News outside Buckingham Palace and covered the news with LBC, BBC 5 Live and the US station National Public Radio. Hong Bo covered trade relations between the two countries with BBC World News Asia Business Report, Sky News and provided a round up of the visit with CCTV News. Stephen Chan was interviewed on Al Jazeera and BBC UK Black, the latter on China's involvement in Africa.
The Telegraph - 21/10/15 Jieyu Liu was quoted on gender equality in China in relation to the President being accompanied by his wife on his visit.
China Daily - 21/10/15 Xiaoning Lu quoted in China Daily, Global Times, Sina English, China Europe on Chinese cultural influences in the UK.
Mail Online - 20/10/15 Damian Tobin discussed the UK steel industry and Chinese imports in relation to the visit with Associated Press, the article was reported extensively, including in Mail Online, Yahoo News and in North American Press including CNBC, Capital Bay and Canadian Business Magazine.
The Guardian - 20/10/15 Michel Hockx interviewed on George Osborne's visit to Xinjiang.
Extensive coverage of an exhibition of work by Ding Yi, one of the most celebrated artists in China today, held in Shanghai at the Long Museum. Coverage and interviews with Shane McCausland are in art collectors magazine Diancang, Art289, Phoenix TV, Artron.Net, Hiart.cn, Leap (Yishujie) and more.
Taiwan's Macroview- 03/06/2015 Dafydd Fell interviewed about the World Congress of Taiwan Studies Conference at SOAS.
South China Morning Post - 20/05/2015 Michel Hockx interviewed on Mo Yan and the influence of Chinese literature abroad today.
Forbes - 08/04/2015 “It certainly makes for a nice announcement and it has a nice name,” says Damian Tobin, lecturer at the China Institute, School of Oriental and African studies, University of London.
Newsweek - 26/03/2015 "Dr Harald Heubaum, lecturer in global energy and climate policy at the London-based School of Oriental and African Studies, says Beijing’s decision is being motivated by economic factors and local unrest at pollution, rather than the global issue of climate change."
The Economist - 14/03/2015 "Though they are not Chinese citizens, the Kokang’s ethnicity increases domestic pressure on China’s government to respond in some way, reckons Enze Han of the School of Oriental and African Studies in London."
The Telegraph - 27/02/2015 "The latest reports are nothing new,” explains Dr Liu Jieyu, Deputy Director of the SOAS China institute. “Illegal gender determination has just found a new guise and attacking these channels is plastering over deeper issues”.
New York Times - 26/01/2015 "Instead, the new document is likely to have the greatest impact on the many amateur authors who publish online without contracts, said Michel Hockx, a professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London and the author of a forthcoming book on Chinese Internet literature."