Dan Wang writes about technology. He was born in Yunnan, grew up in Canada (where he was a Royal Canadian Army Cadet), went to high school in the US, and worked in Silicon Valley. His work on China and technology has been quoted by the Financial Times, Bloomberg, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Economist. He double-majored in philosophy and economics at the University of Rochester.
Dan goes on expeditions of mushroom picking, which he considers an excellent source of lessons for risk/reward tradeoffs. He writes occasional essays on his personal site: danwang.co
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