March 6, 2019

Jamie Chen is a sophomore in Eliot House pursuing a joint degree in Computer Science and Philosophy. She was born in San Francisco, grew up in Shanghai, and went to boarding school in Massachusetts. Aside from HCF, Jamie volunteers for the Mission Hill After School Program and writes for the Crimson. Passionate about philanthropy and education, she has worked with Stanford’s Rural Education Action Program, an organization that helps inform Chinese health, education, and nutrition policy.


  • Interview

    Why are Hundreds of Harvard Students Studying Chinese Philosophy?

    “This course will change your life” These are the words with which Professor Puett begins each year of his class, Ethical Reasoning 18: Classical Chinese Ethical and Political Theory, one of the most popular courses at Harvard. How can this class attract over 500 Harvard College students while being featured on news media “New York […]

  • Review

    The Startup in You

    On November 24, 2014, the prominent Chinese angel investors and founders of ZhenFund Bob Xu and Victor Wang came to Harvard to engage a dialogue with students interested in entrepreneurship. They brought along with them founders of their portfolio companies, including He Bofei from Deep Glint, Xiao Dun and Tao Jingwen from 17zuoye, and Wang […]