Dan Xin Huang
is a freelance writer and journalist. He previously worked as a reporter for
The Wall Street Journal
in New York.
The New Republic
June 2021 issue
In defeating COVID1-9, Taiwan showcased a model distinct from both Chinese authoritarianism and Western chaos.
China’s New Energy Car Quest
The Wire China
Jun. 14, 2020
The electric vehicle company NIO was about to crash, but many think Beijing, intent on dominating the industry, grabbed the wheel.
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
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
Running on Cargo