Daniel Chen

About Daniel Chen

Daniel Chen is a third year Political Science major with an emphasis on Comparative Politics. His academic interests include China’s rise and its implications, the creation and sustainability of market systems, and the politics and policies of economic development. After graduating from Berkeley, he plans on attending law school and entering into public service. Outside of BASC, Daniel serves and leads small group at Living Water Church, enjoys playing sports, and is a connoisseur of cheap, greasy food from Asian Ghetto.

Tibetan Autonomy?

Recent self-immolations by seven people in a Tibetan area of Sichuan Province demonstrate that the political status of Tibet remains a sensitive and volatile issue. The CCP crackdown on the 2008 Tibetan protests may have subdued external and visible signs of unrest, but once again, feelings of angst and anger more »