Dan Xin Huang is a freelance writer and journalist. Previously he worked as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal in New York.
Afghanistan May Soon Have Peace—at the Cost of Democracy
The New Republic | Apr. 29, 2020
A fledgling armistice endangers the country’s 20-year experiment in democratic state-building.
The Chinese Enlightenment at 100
Foreign Affairs | May 3, 2019
How the Communist Party seized the legacy of May Fourth
The American Candidate
Pacific Standard | Apr. 25, 2019
Attaullah Nasib came of age in the United States. When he ran for Afghan Parliament, he learned how difficult re-building a democracy can be.
A Nation’s Conscience
Guernica | Jan. 31, 2019
Peking University and the legacy of Chinese intellectual independence
Trying to Serve Veterans Faster, VA Opens Door to Disability Fraud
The Wall Street Journal | July 14, 2016
Payouts soar as embattled department expands coverage and streamlines claims process, risking overpayments