World health organization
Greetings, delegates! I am Anderson Liew, a sophomore at International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park. It is my utmost honor to be serving as your president at this year's conference. Ever since I've joined MUN during eighth grade, the activity taught me from the most basic skills of public speaking to interacting with people of different schools and backgrounds. Not only do I acknowledge that debating is a great way to familiarize yourself with current events, but it's also a great way to make new friends. This year's HIMUN will be my second time chairing, and my 12th conference. Having attended many prestigious conferences such as THIMUN Singapore, I am excited to showcase my gained experiences with you all throughout the conference. For this conference, I will be the expert chair for topic (302). The Question of Combating the Spread of Misinformation Regarding Public Health. During my free time, I like to play soccer, watch movies, and listen to pop music. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns about the topic regarding research! With that being said, I look forward to seeing you all soon!
Greetings, delegates! My name is Kelly Loo, and I am a senior from Hsinchu American School and I am more than honored to serve as your co-chair in WHO alongside Anderson Liew. I have attended eight conferences, and this is the first conference that I would be chairing! Attending my first conference in 9th grade, I was fascinated by the energy in the room: delegates bustling about and working together. I believe that MUN is the best way to have a deeper understanding of global issues meeting new people. Although MUN has strict rules to follow, there were many unforgettable experiences that came with it. I hope delegates are able to participate to fully enhance everyone’s HIMUN experience as well as gain a deeper insight into the world we are living in: things that we don’t see. Aside from MUN, I like to read books, watch Netflix and the 49ers, and play basketball with my friends. This year, I will be focusing on the Question of Socio-Economic Effects of Global Pandemics. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions, and see y’all in March!