World Health Organization 2 (MS)


Issue 1001

Addressing mental health impacts under the COVID-19 pandemic


Issue 1002

Strengthening the availability of health care facilities in Small Island Developing States (SIDs)

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Ting Tsai (HCAS) 

Hello everyone! This is Ting Tsai, a current junior at Hsinchu County American School (HCAS), and it is an honor for me to serve as your deputy chair at STMUN for the WHO. Over the past several years, I have participated in various MUN conferences, which have taught me a variety of skills such as debating, leadership, and more. Additionally, MUN has inspired me to work on projects to help our local and global communities by connecting with global organizations. Furthermore, Model United Nations has deepened my understanding regarding current affairs around the world. In my free time, I am rather passionate about creating artwork, such as music, photography, short films, water-coloring, and more. Additionally, I enjoy physical activities such as running, swimming, calisthenics, and yoga. Previously, Model United Nations has exposed me to an issue related to the environment at a conference, and I combined this passion of mine with that of art by donating the profits of my album to an organization related to eliminating plastic pollution in the oceans. Hopefully, MUN will also provide you an equally inspiring experience to improve our world as a global society and transform you into global leaders! We wish you an amazing weekend at STMUN, and I look forward to meeting you there!

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Deputy President

Heidi Hsu (IBSH)

My name is Heidi Hsu, a current senior at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park, and it is a pleasure to serve as your deputy president. I joined MUN as a freshman, aspiring to meet new people, develop my public speaking skills, and broaden my knowledge on public affairs. Ever since, I’ve been captivated by the passionate discussions among the delegates and the fun of representing your stance, no matter how radical it may be. I believe many of you share the same passion I have for MUN, and I hope you will continue on the path of fostering your debate skills and increasing your insight on current events from conferences, which is a truly rewarding experience. Aside from MUN, I enjoy listening to music (pop, kpop, etc), hanging out with friends, and watching movies and YouTube. STMUN XIII will be my eleventh conference and last STMUN, and I hope it will be an enjoyable conference for all of you as it will be for me!