General Assembly 4
Greetings delegates! My name is Amber Li, currently a sophmore (soon-to-be sophomore) at I-Shou International School, and it is my utmost honour to serve as the Head Chair of GA4 in STMUN XV. My MUN journey started back in 8th grade, when I stepped into the conference room feeling scared and intimidated. However, I soon fell in love with intense debate and the way people interact with each other. With that, I started attending more conferences.
To me, MUN is like a small community where people help each other become a better person. Joining MUN helped me understand more about myself and developed my self awareness. As a chair, I would like to make every single delegate feel welcomed both in and out of the committee room. I truly understand the stress and fear some delegates may experience before and throughout the conference, and I would strongly suggest delegates to have a clear understanding of both the topics and the given country’s position. Do keep in mind that while it is important to maintain one’s country stance, being able to negotiate with fellow delegates and reach a consensus is also crucial. With that in mind, I hope to guide most if not all delegates throughout the conference and ensure that everyone felt comfortable and confident.
Apart from MUN, I enjoy playing the piano and the flute, reading (especially thrillers and romance), writing random stuff whenever I felt like it, listening to pop songs and K-Pop, watching YouTube, and scrolling through Instagram. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or just needed someone to talk to! I’ll see y’all in December!
Hello! My name is Linson Lee, a junior currently attending International Bilingual
School at Hsinchu Science Park (IBSH). For this year's STMUN, I will be serving as your deputy chair for GA4.
My MUN journey began relatively late in 9th grade as a first-time delegate participating in HSINMUN. Recalling the experience of my first conference, I had quite a rough time as I was still getting used to MUN procedures, especially the structure of debate as it was different from the debate I used to partake in. Despite this, by attentively listening and observing the entirety of the process, I was truly fascinated by the nuances of a MUN conference. The intensity of the debate, the thought needed to create a well-rounded resolution, the aggressiveness required to assert perspective, and the enthusiasm of delegates, all of these facets of MUN are what make it such an enriching experience. As I began to attend more conferences, my understanding of global issues and public speaking skills progressively improved. MUN, being such a tight-knit community, has shaped me into a global citizen and become an essential part of what constitutes who I am.
This STMUN, I hope to foster and maintain a rewarding experience for all members participating. I would also strive to create an enriching environment where delegates can comfortably approach the podium and speak out on these challenges. A reminder for all delegates is that you are not alone in the committee room, we are in this together and please do approach us if you need any assistance.
Outside of MUN, I love to play basketball, watch anime, and play video games. I hope you guys are excited as I am to embark on this one of a kind experience in STMUN!