I hate to be so blunt, but if the writing in your post is indicative of your English and communication skills, your chances at your target schools are slim - all of them put a premium on strong communication skills. Keep in mind that you're competing against other non-native English speakers from Asia whose English is exceptional.
Of course it's just an internet post, and I'm sure you're going to say you were in a rush, etc. but so are many other people who post here. If what you wrote below was rushed, it suggests that your raw English skills are weaker than other non-English speakers who get into these top schools, particularly at HBS, Stanford, and Wharton (and especially at HBS where they put a huge premium on your ability to communicate in English). I know you're probably going to come back with a flurry of justifications to prove to me that you are articulate in English, but it's too late to make a first impression.
You need to look at a broader range of schools. Of the schools on your target list, limit it to 1 or 2 (I'll let you decide which ones), and focus on schools outside the top 16.
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