Generally speaking, unlike those in the West, most organisations in East Asia are not as willing to pay (high) premium for top MBAs. For those that are willing to, they are likely to be MNCs (e.g. McK in Asia) and would know the quality of Olin et al.
Personally, I would apply to the higher-ranked schools and see if I can get any financial aid from them. If yes, then it would be wonderful - I would just select the school with the best fit.
If the higher-ranked schools do not give any aid, then the school selection would depends on my financial status. If I can afford to go anywhere, I would again choose the school that gives me the best fit, regardless of whether it is giving me aid.
If I'm not financially strong, then I would choose try to balance the aid and fit. Given the "generally speaking" arguement above, I am likely to go to the school that requires the minimum financial outlay from me.
The train of thought thus far is looking from the financial perspective. But if you wish to go to Berkley for self-actualization or the network, etc, then the story may be quite different.