Dan Wang writes on China's technology progress. He has tracked China's capabilities in semiconductors and clean tech, US regulatory actions on export controls, and multinational corporate activities in China. Over the last six years, he was based in Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai. Dan's work on technology involves regular engagement with policymakers as well as corporate executives. He is presently on research leave from Gavekal to be a visiting scholar at the Yale Law School's Paul Tsai China Center in New Haven.
Dan's essays have been published in Foreign Affairs, the New York Times, New York Magazine, The Atlantic, the Financial Times, and Bloomberg Opinion. He has given keynotes for organizations that include UBS, Stripe and the Asia Society. Dan studied philosophy at the University of Rochester and previously worked in Silicon Valley. He writes occasional essays on his personal site danwang.co.Dan Wang's Articles