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Security Council

Head Chair

Amy Lin

I’m Amy Lin, a junior at DIS who loves playing flute, reading, and my cat, and I am happy to be your president for TAIMUN XXII!For the conference, I will be the expert chair on Issue 101: The situation in Myanmar.

 

I begrudgingly joined MUN in seventh grade at my mom’s urging. At first, I found the weekly workshops tedious and a bore. However, I quickly became fond of the heated debate, making friends, and occasionally trolling. Whether you are just starting out or you are an experienced delegate, I hope that this conference can be another memorable and enjoyable one for you.

 

Don’t be afraid of approaching the podium or raising a POI; nearly everyone began as a shy, hesitant first-timer. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 1300005@dishs.tp.edu.tw or on Instagram. See you all at the conference!

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Deputy Chair

Gordon Hung

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Greetings!

 

I am Gordon Hung, a sophomore at Hsinchu County American School, and I am honored to be your deputy chair for the Security Council.

 

Three years ago, I began a new chapter in my life by stepping into Model United Nations. Through MUN, I have expanded my horizons and sharpened my public speaking, research, and writing skills. Moreover, I have transformed from a young, uninformed teenager into a passionate individual who fights to make a change. Growing as a delegate, it is now my turn to serve other delegates as the chair and help them grow into more successful individuals.

 

Besides MUN, I’m a tennis player who cherishes the sound of a well-executed stroke. Furthermore, I enjoy reading books and hanging out with friends during my spare time.

 

The Security Council, a committee dedicated to addressing breaches, trade violations, and upholding global peace, stands as one of the UN's most compelling committees. Although it may seem frightening, delegates are encouraged to voice POIs and amendments, fostering a diverse community of perspectives. 

 

For new delegates, focus on researching your country's stance and speaking confidently. Advanced delegates, prioritize collaboration and strategic negotiation to foster impactful discussions. Most importantly, remember, that adaptability and open-mindedness are important to delegates of all levels.

 

With my experience as a MUNer, I am committed to ensuring the best MUN experience for all. I’m excited to meet you all in March 2024 and work together to formulate great resolutions! Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions; I’m always happy to help.

Issues

       

       - 101 The situation in Myanmar

       - 102 The situation of civilians in occupied territories

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