Michelle Lee, Wei-Hsi Mar, and Celine Chen
Hi everyone! Welcome to HSINMUN XIX ❤️I am Michelle Lee, a senior at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park. It is a great honor for me to be serving as your Press Editor-in-Chief this year. My journey with the press team started in HSINMUN XVII, which took place online due to the pandemic. Back then, I was a layout designer, and every moment was a new experience for me. It was my first time working with software like InDesign and creating layouts that combined different articles and photos. One thing I absolutely loved about being part of the press team was the opportunity to publish conference issues that captured all memories of MUN conferences, allowing participants to cherish these memories anytime and anywhere. I hope every participant can seize this chance to explore their passion for MUN, broadening their perspective as global citizens and tackling the world’s most pressing issues. Our primary focus this year centers around reducing the polarization of conflicts, and I encourage everyone to embrace this theme and contribute their efforts towards it. I am incredibly excited to collaborate with all our press members and embark on the journey of drafting, editing, and publishing layouts and articles. Together, we will create the most enjoyable experience for all participants. I cannot wait to work with each and every one of you. See you at HSINMUN XIX!
Welcome to HSINMUN XIX <33 I am Wei Hsi Mar, a senior at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park, and it is my great honor and pleasure to serve as your Co-Editor-in-Chief this year. My first experience with MUN was when I signed up as admin in HSINMUN XIV, and I’ve been entranced by the seriousness and professionalism the delegates and chairs exhibited as they passionately engaged in global issues that were all too abstruse to 7th grade me. Ever since then, I’ve been fascinated by the workings of MUN. Luckily, I was able to join the Press Team for two years in a row- first as a layout designer and second as an article reporter. These experiences expanded my horizon and allowed me to appreciate the attendees of every single MUN conference even more, as well as the working team that worked tirelessly behind-the-scenes to ensure the perfection of each conference. It is my wish to give back to the community that inspired me, as well as numerous other individuals, to speak up and express their learnings and new insights of global issues in light of countless crises waiting to be resolved. This year, as Co-Editor-in-Chief, I hope to encourage and inspire others to continue the journey of MUN through recording down unforgettable memories that will forever be reminisced and echoed in their hearts, old-school press-style. See you all at HSINMUN XIX!
Welcome to HSINMUN XIX everyone! I am Celine Chen, a junior at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park, and it is my utmost honor to serve as HSINMUN XIX’s Co-Editor-in-Chief. Ever since I volunteered as admin in 7th grade, I have been captivated by the passion individuals exhibit in MUN through their skillful articulation of speech as well as engagement of the entire committee. Since then, I have had the privilege of forming meaningful connections with students of various backgrounds. The valuable experiences I have attained through MUN provide me with the means to foster a broader global perspective through interactions with peers as well as debates that encourage students to explore a wide range of global issues. As Co-Editor-in-Chief, I am committed to capturing and preserving the memories of all those passionate delegates, especially since memories are what make our MUN experience truly special and unforgettable.Together, let us celebrate the diversity of backgrounds and make HSINMUN XIX memorable for all!