Security Council 2
Dear delegates, I’m Cherry Chiu, a sophomore from International Bilingual School at Tainan Science Park (IBST), and it is my utmost honor to be serving as your President for Security Council II along with Enzo in STMUN XIV this year. I started off as a delegate who barely spoke; however, through more MUN conferences and feedback from the chairs, I stepped out of my comfort zone. I became a global citizen invested in international relations and placed diplomatic incidents into greater perspective through MUN. With this being my 13th conference and my fourth time chairing, I hope to help all delegates to make this conference run as smoothly as possible. Aside from MUN, I enjoy reading and playing the clarinet. I look forward to meeting you all in December and hope that STMUN XIV would be a fun and educational event regardless of your experience. Feel free to approach either Enzo or me if you have any questions!
Hello Delegates! I am Enzo Wu, an H3(Junior) from Taipei European School. It is a great honour to be able to serve as your deputy President for Security Council 2. MUN is one of the most enjoyable and fruitful extracurriculars that I have participated in, and I believe that is for one main reason: the fact that it encourages you to do a lot more. Before MUN, I was somewhat hesitant to speak and was also not comparatively less aware of the problems facing the world today. However, starting MUN in Y7(Grade 6), my outlook on global issues and public speaking completely changed. I was no longer keen on sitting on the sidelines and quietly observing but had become someone who at least tried to get involved. As a result, I volunteered more and, when asked, spoke more. As your deputy president, I hope to ignite or strengthen the passion for change that previous chairs and presidents helped me discover. I hope to forward the support and detailed care that previous chairs have shown. Finally, I hope to make this conference as meaningful for you as possible. Along with MUN, I take part in debating, and I enjoy playing, albeit not well, the saxophone. Look forward to seeing you!