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Chair: Aurora Huang (PAS) 

Co-Chair: Amy Wang (IBSH)

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Hi! I am Aurora Huang, a current junior at Pacific American School. At HSINMUN XIX, I will serve as the Head Chair of GA6, as well as the expert chair on the topic of ideological extremism and hate speech. When I joined my school’s MUN club in sixth grade, I was terrified of getting verbally pummelled by more experienced delegates. (And the fear was justified, because I did get roasted. Many times.) However, as I gained experience and knowledge and a thicker skin, I came to see MUN as a collaborative activity where mistakes are an opportunity to grow. I have also come to love the intense and, at times, duplicitous side of MUN, where delegates cleverly conceal hidden agendas in diplomatic language or seemingly innocuous plans. Whether you are a first-time delegate whose goal is just to make a few speeches and POIs, or an experienced delegate ready to tackle the fine nuance of international politics, I hope you can use HSINMUN XIX as a chance to learn and grow.

Greetings Delegates! 
My name is Amy Wang, a junior at the International Bilingual School of Hsinchu (IBSH). I am honored to serve as your General Assembly 6 Deputy Chair in HSINMUN XIX. This year's HSINMUN will be my seventh conference as well as my first time chairing, bringing much excitement for me and hopefully for you delegates as well. I first began my MUN journey in freshman year, and I remember the apprehension I felt all too well with the difficult procedures and details one must follow. However, MUN gradually became a safe space for me, creating new memories and experiences which I wouldn't trade for anything in the world. I've always had an affinity for the General Assembly as it played a fundamental role in constructing me as a debater. The General Assembly not only honed my skills as a delegate but also enabled me to develop a new interest in global political issues that shape our world today. History is changing constantly, and MUN is at the core of forging a new generation of passionate advocators that will go on and change the world. I understand the anxiety many delegates might face before and during the conference, but just know that at the end of the day, you will always learn something new and remarkable. Apart from MUN, I enjoy reading, dancing, and watching Netflix or volleyball competitions. I am so excited to meet you all in October, so don't fret to reach out to me if you have any questions!

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