Maxine Tseng & Patricia Hung & Cheney Lee
Haiii! I am Maxine Tseng, a senior at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park. It is a pleasure to be serving as your Press Editor-in-chief at this year’s HSINMUN conference. Since serving as an admin in HSINMUN XII, I’ve attended fourteen conferences, including THIMUN Singapore. After I was first forced up to the podium, I’ve developed a more profound and critical understanding of the prevalent issues in our modern world, and that just a tinge of confidence and unity will define our solutions to such problems. Each conference has taught me something new in conveying my own beliefs. I also love that everyone attending MUN conferences is so eager to put forth their own initiatives and learn from others’ perspectives as well. I hope to extend this opportunity to collaborate with others, and to have fun with other MUNers out there this year, as a member of the working team. Outside of MUN, my interests include binge-watching TV shows, swimming, and making puns. I am excited to accommodate the needs of all participants and to see all of you in October, so feel free to approach me!
Hello everyone! Welcome to HSINMUN XVII! I am Patricia Hung, a junior at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park, and it is my utmost honor to serve as the Press Co-Editor in Chief for HSINMUN XVII. I started my Model United Nations journey as a Press layout designer at HSINMUN XIV in eighth grade. During that conference, I was fascinated by how the Press team could document and commemorate the memories made during the conference for all participants. I have joined every HSINMUN conference ever since and found myself to be increasingly immersed in the art of writing, photography, and design when making the Press issues. Besides Model United Nations, some of my hobbies include playing the piano, watching medical dramas, and making DIYs. As Press Co-Editor in Chief this year, I hope to guide the Press team to making outstanding issues in order to capture all the memories made during HSINMUN XVII. I can’t wait to see everyone in October!
Welcome to HSINMUN XVII! I'm Cheney Lee, a current senior at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park, and it is my utmost pleasure to serve as your Press Co-Editor in Chief this year. I first entered the world of Model United Nations as a bewildered sixth grader trying to understand jrO-MUN conference. Despite the uncertainty, I’ve attended multiple conferences as an admin, delegate, and press. MUN really taught me different aspects of global issues, politics, human rights, and so much more. HSINMUN XV helped me find my passion of being press, and I also hope that everyone will find passion in the MUN world. Throughout these years, MUN allowed me to achieve a better perspective of global issues and to advocate for change. It not only enriched me with knowledge, it also helped me gain friends who also strive to make the world better. Outside of MUN, I enjoy sleeping, drawing, and hanging out with my friends. I hope to bring the best experience for everyone, and make a memorable conference. We sincerely welcome you to HSINMUN XVII!