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President: Hugo Chiang (AAIA)

Dep. President: Coral Hazeldine (HIS)


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Greetings delegates! I'm Hugo Chiang, currently a senior at Asia American International Academy. It is my utmost pleasure to serve as your President for the Security Council at HSINMUN XIX. HSINMUN XIX will be my twelfth conference and my fifth 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 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 XIX 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 HSINMUN XIX delegates!
I am Coral Hazeldine, a Junior at Hsinchu International School, and I am beyond thrilled and grateful to s
erve as your Deputy President for the Security Council. HSINMUN XIX marks my eighth MUN conference and second time chairing the Security Council. For me, MUN is like nothing I have ever experienced. The remarkable mix of eerily cold and intimidating debate rooms, where I have had my fair share of embarrassing experiences, and the welcoming MUN community in which I have made some of my closest friends excite me. More importantly, the opportunities MUN gives me keeps me are what keep me so committed to it. Being in MUN means I have endless chances to educate myself on the world around me and make sure my voice is heard. Specifically, I have a soft spot for the Security Council
because the skill level at which delegates debate in this committee never fails to baffle me. More about me, if I am not stressing out about my APs or fawning over Taylor Swift, you will probably find me scrolling on TikTok, painting, baking, exercising, or buying books I know deep down I will never read. If you have any concerns or queries about MUN, Security Council, or anything else, however small they may be, I am your girl! I know how enriching a positive MUN experience can be, so I will do everything I can as a chair to ensure HSINMUN XIX will be an unforgettable conference for all of my delegates. I truly cannot wait to meet all of you. See you soon in October!

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