Nowadays, I'm late-HSK5/early-HSK6 level (which is not that proficient) and I'm finding it increasingly difficult to ask questions here. Why? Because nowadays for most questions I would ordinarily ask here, I can figure out the answer myself.
We are good at narrow, pinpointed questions, where we can identify a correct answer. "What's [foo] in Chinese?" "What's the difference between [foo] and [bar]?" "Where is the grammar error in this sentence?" But that's rather limiting.
Question: How can higher-level Chinese learners utilize Chinese.SE?
When learning English in primary school, we started writing book reports and other essays in primary school (maybe in grade 3 (?)). By high school, we discussed literature: metaphors and other imagery, character development, societal context, etc. Maybe our teachers would circle an important spelling or grammar error, but mostly they would give an overall critique of the strengths and weaknesses of the article. The focus is on the macro, not the micro.