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Danny Wang

Danny Wang

Danny Wang is a third-year Bachelor of Commerce student at the University of Melbourne. He began writing for ESSA in 2013 out of an interest in business journalism, and found writing articles to be a nice way of researching interesting economic issues.

Danny is also an ardent communist who keenly awaits the day that China reunifies the rest of the world with the motherland. In the meantime, he educates himself about the myriad of socio-political obstacles that prevent China’s peaceful return to its hegemonic position at the centre of the universe.

In his spare time, Danny likes to travel, watch chick-flicks and speak French.

Democracy: as easy as one, two, three

By · October 17th, 2014

Danny Wang uncovers the factors crucial to sustaining successful democracies.

For country or for cash?

By · May 18th, 2014

Danny Wang explores the links between nationalism and economy amongst our neighbours to the north.

Australia’s fast fashion revolution

By · April 18th, 2014

Danny Wang explores the implications of the fast fashion craze sweeping Australia, and the rest of the globe.

Language and opportunity for immigrants in Australia

By · July 17th, 2013

Without the right level of English proficiency, migrants are unable to bring the full value of their skills and experience to the Australian economy.


3D Printing – The next ‘revolution in manufacturing’?

By · May 24th, 2013

From hobbyists to heavy industries – how additive manufacturing may be indispensable in building our future.

Another bird flu – H7N9 and its potential economic effects

By · May 5th, 2013

Bird flu and the consequent economic disruptions – from tourism to shuttlecocks.

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