GA1-2 ( Disarmament and International Security)
I’m Anderson Chung, a junior at Hsinchu County American School. It is with great gratitude and honor that I serve as the President of the GA1-2. I joined MUN in seventh grade and have attended seventeen conferences ever since. From the instant I stepped into the gates of my first conference, I was in awe of how confident and professional everyone looked in the room. I do have to admit that I only spoke once in my first conference, but my fear has faded away ever since. I can’t help but be grateful for the way this experience has shaped me into the person I am today. One piece of advice I would give to new delegates is to believe in yourself and know that it’s okay to be nervous on stage. We are all here to learn and improve ourselves by helping each other as a community. I look forward to meeting you all at the conference. Thank you very much.
Greetings, delegates! My name is Edmund Tsai, a junior at Taipei American School entering his second year with MUN. It is my utmost pleasure to serve as your Deputy Chair for General Assembly 1-2 at this year’s TAIMUN conference. As a digital native, I understand the importance to be an educated global citizen. Conflicts and issues halfway across the world can affect each and every one of us in small and big ways. By taking an active role in the global community, one enhances their awareness on challenges the world faces and learns to respect each community. But how should one secure their role as a global citizen? Simply MUN. From the various nation states to represent to the myriad of topics to debate on, MUN gives a person the feeling of eating chocolate, never quite expecting if the interior is pleasant, sour, or bitter-sweet. Each conference sets out new opportunities for each person to grow intellectually and spiritually. With that said, I cannot wait to meet every one of you in March as we become increasingly seasoned global citizens!
Deputy Chair of GA1-2