Social Media Director
Daniel is a second year undergraduate at Harvard University studying Visual and Environmental Studies. Passionate about urbanism and the built environment, he cherishes the unique blend of culture and local atmosphere Taiwan provides. Born in Taiwan and grew up partially in Shanghai, Daniel understands and appreciates the delicate balance between the competing identities that Taiwan as a country faces today. Through TASC, he hopes to generate deeper understanding, appreciation, and conversation of Taiwan's future on international stage. Having been involved with many educational nonprofits such as Xinhua Education foundation and H-Lab in Japan, Daniel also firmly believes in the power of education in contributing to the ongoing conversation.
A fellow environmentalist, he will continue to serve as co-chief editor of Harvard College Review of Environment and Society and VP for Harvard Council on Business and the Environment in the coming year.
He is currently dreaming about two roadtrips: one from Boston to San Francisco via Detroit, and the other from Shanghai to Ordos, Inner Mongolia (one of the top ten ghost cities in China). Architecture deserted by people seems to be the epitome sculpture of human civilization.