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World Health Organization


Cindy Yang


Greetings! I am Cindy Yang, a senior at Hsinchu County American School. It is my honor to serve as your head chair at TAIMUN 2023 for the World Health Organization(WHO)!


I joined MUN in eighth grade and ever since I have participated in eleven conferences and chaired five of them. My experiences throughout the years helped me realize that MUN is much more than debating – it teaches participants about the world around us, changes that we can make, and the importance of communication and teamwork. I have grown to enjoy all aspects of the MUN experience. I relish the cooperative lobbying, thrilling debate, and making of new friendships. Aside from MUN, I am the captain of my school’s basketball, volleyball team and the President of the Student Council. During my free time, I like to scroll through Tik Tok, take naps, and watch Netflix. I will provide the delegates with an entertaining and memorable MUN experience. Here is some advice for the delegates! Please do your research for your country thoroughly so you’ll have solid arguments and materials. Also, remember to step out of your comfort zone and participate in the debate! Feel free to contact me with questions and concerns. Welcome to WHO, I look forward to working and meeting you all in TAIMUN 2023.

Greetings! I’m Hannah Chu, a senior at Hsinchu International School. I am thrilled and honored to be able to serve as your deputy president in the World Health Organization at TAIMUN XXI! 


I began my MUN journey as a nervous and intimidated sophomore more than three years ago. However, I left the conference with a deep interest in the intensity of debate and the welcoming community. Afterwards, I began seeing MUN as a way to step out of my comfort zone and challenge myself, and cultivated crucial skills towards becoming a global citizen working towards making a difference. Ever since then, MUN became a great passion of mine that molded my world view and my sense of community, giving me the chance to meet inspiring, ambitious

people in the process. 


A little MUN secret: people in MUN are understanding and rarely judge. We all started out new and know how intimidating the first conference can be. Relax and remember that we all know how much it takes to be up on the podium for the first time! Once you get used to being on the podium, public speaking will come naturally. Also, research as much as possible before the conference; it is hard to feel anxious when you’re prepared. Experienced delegates should step out of their comfort zones and try to come up with more creative (and controversial, if

applicable) solutions.


Outside of MUN, I love painting, baking, and cooking, so feel free to come to me to gush over your most recent creations. Also, please do not hesitate to contact me for anything MUN related; I’m always happy to help or talk!


I truly can’t wait to see you all at TAIMUN! I hope you enjoy the conference and find as much joy in MUN as I do.

Deputy President 

Hannah Chu



     - 801 Addressing personal security in state medical interventions in future epidemics and pandemics 



     - 802  Measures to regulate human genome editing for the advancement of public health 

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