President: Kitty Tseng (HCAS)
Dep. President: Paul Lo (IBSH)
Greetings delegates! My name is Kitty Tseng, a junior at Hsinchu County American School, and it is my utmost honor to serve as the Head Chair for the Advisory Panel at HSINMUN XVI. When I first embarked on my MUN journey as an eighth grader, I was struck by the professionalism of student officers, sparking the hope in my eyes as I fantasized the exhilaration of becoming one myself. Since then, I have chaired seven conferences, growing to cherish the new opportunities MUN brings to the table— mastering the art of lobbying, viewing global issues through international lenses, meeting people from all around the world, and most importantly, having lots and lots of fun! As an adept procrastinator, I bear a limitless arsenal of hobbies at my disposal. I enjoy binge-watching television series, babysitting toddlers, and brunching with friends. I also claim to be an expert "foodie"-- constantly surfing through Instagram posts of food, searching for good places to eat, and using photography as an excuse to feed myself 24/7! I'm at your disposal for any questions you may have or doubts you may need resolved; if you're looking for memories worth remembering and friends worth keeping, I’ll see you in the Advisory Panel!
Hi, my fellow delegates. My name is Paul Lo. I am a senior at IBSH, and I will be serving as your APQ chair for HSINMUN XVI. Model UN has been an integral part of my life since the start of middle school, and I have attended conferences from Taiwan to Singapore. I will be the expert chair on (901) Addressing the challenges of an aging population. Aside from MUN, I am a sleep-lover, a science, and a social studies enthusiast. I sleep for long hours, read about contemporary history, and watch chemistry videos. I hope to facilitate MUN so that all of my delegates would be confident speakers by the end of the conference. In doing so, ask any of us chairs questions so that we can listen to your inquiries, along with forming great chair-delegate relationships. We wish you delegates the best of luck.