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GENERAL ASSEMBLY IV: 
SPECIAL POLITICAL AND DECOLONIZATION

Chair: Claire Tsuei (KSS)

Co-Chair: Allison Cheng (IBSH)

Hi! I am Kai-Si Claire Tsuei, a senior at Taipei Kuei Shan School.  It is my honour to be your chair for General Assembly 4 (SPECPOL). My MUN experience started in my sophomore year and this is my sixth conference and second time chairing. I am looking forward to meeting all of you and engaging in stimulating and meaningful discussions. I hope every delegate is willing to participate, resolve current global issues, and make some new friends along the way. There is no need to feel scared or intimidated. If anything, just know that I only spoke twice during my first conference across three days! Aside from MUN, I love playing basketball and football (or soccer), binge-watching Netflix, and eating. If you would like some suggestions for TV shows to watch or just want to rant about life, definitely do approach me. I hope everyone will be able to leave the conference as better global citizens and with some amazing memories of this committee!

My name is Allison Cheng, and I am currently a senior at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu. It is an honor to be serving as one of GA4’s chairs this year. From my first conference as an eighth-grader to my final HSINMUN conference this year, I’ve been given the opportunity to explore the open-mindedness, curiosity, and confidence gained from these experiences. Up till now, I’ve attended over eight conferences in both local and international settings. MUN has allowed me to become more aware of the social and political atmosphere on an international level, and I have been inspired to develop a more global mindset. With the passion and hard work of the debaters, we will continue to make strides in improving the world around us and become more informed individuals. Outside of MUN, I also enjoy learning more about criminology and psychology, as understanding different perspectives and behaviors is imperative in my understanding of real-world situations. My guilty pleasures include Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and any type of dessert, such as frosted cupcakes. Anyway, I can’t wait to meet all of you in October, and I hope none of you will hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns!