Middle School Committee
President: Hugo Chiang (AAIA)
Dep. President: Angel Weng (AST)
Greetings delegates! I'm Hugo Chiang, currently a junior at Asia American International Academy. It is my utmost pleasure to serve as your President of the Environment Committee at HSINMUN XVIII. HSINMUN XVIII will be my tenth conference and my third time chairing. I first began my Model UN journey in my freshman year. During my first conference, I remembered being nervous and not engaging in debate. After seeing my incompetency, I wanted to learn more about the world of MUN and emerging world issues. Shortly after my first couple of conferences, I slowly began to appreciate the intense debate, the people, and the environment. I understand the stress that delegates may feel when preparing for a conference. I strongly recommend paying attention to each POI, speech, and amendment to learn more about MUN and continuously grow. I hope to make HSINMUN XVIII a memorable conference for everyone and wish that it’ll be your source of encouragement to continue your MUN journey. Aside from MUN, you may find me watching Netflix, running, and playing basketball. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns. I look forward to seeing all of you!
Hello, delegates! I am Angel Weng, a current sophomore attending the American School in Taichung (AST), and I am more than honored to be serving as your deputy president of the Environment Committee at this year’s HSINMUN conference. HSINMUN XVII would be the ninth conference I am participating in and considered my second time chairing. I started my MUN journey when I was in seventh grade, hoping to learn more about current global issues and enhance my communication and speaking skills. Over time, MUN did not only shape my personality but also established a memorable memory in my life. It taught me valuable life lessons and has given me a broader perspective of what it means to be a global citizen. I understand that MUN may be new to some of you since this is an MS committee, but I urge each and every one of you to do your best at this year’s HSINMUN conference. I want you to step up and be a leader for those who need help. Although MUN seems a little nerve-racking and overwhelming, I hope you find MUN exciting and something that you would like to further pursue! Aside from attending MUN conferences, I spend my leisure time either catching up with sleep or training in the swimming pool. I also enjoy painting, hanging out with my friends, and traveling. To conclude, I look forward to meeting all of you at this year’s HSINMUN conference. See you soon!