BEIMUN XXX Leadership Team

Secretary General –Ray Fang

Dear participants of BEIMUN Beijing and BEIMUN XXX,

My name is Ray Fang, and I am honoured to serve as your co-Secretary-General for the thirtieth Beijing Model United Nations and its complimentary BEIMUN Beijing conference. I am a senior at the International School of Beijing, and my sixth year participating in MUN.

I was convinced to join MUN in 7th grade by my English teacher after I’ve shown some interest in current events and politics in class. However, public speaking was something that daunted me back then, so I was quite hesitant regarding whether to participate in the club or not. Yet, in my first ever MUN conference, I’ve received overwhelming support from my friendly and professional student officers and fellow delegates, which undoubtedly sparked my passion for MUN that still remains today.

It will be my greatest honour if I may spread my passion for MUN to other delegates attending BEIMUN, especially to the newer delegates. I will strive to create a professional and constructive atmosphere in our conferences, and encourage delegates to research and consider issues that will impact our collective future. I look forward to meeting you all in the near future.

Secretary General – Renee Kuo

Welcome all participants to BEIMUN!

My name is Renee Kuo, and it is my pleasure to serve as your co-Secretary-General for the thirtieth annual Beijing Model United Nations conference and BEIMUN Beijing. As a senior at the International School of Beijing, this is my fifth year in MUN.

I joined MUN in middle school, hoping to improve my public speaking skills and develop an awareness of current events. I’ve since realised that MUN is much more than just speech and debate. Rather, MUN is about empathy. Through research, collaboration, and constructive debate, we gain an understanding of different viewpoints and learn to collaborate to create shared solutions.

As much as MUN is about speaking, it is also about listening. I truly hope that all participants can approach BEIMUN with an open mind and strive to understand various perspectives. I'm so excited to meet you all!

Deputy Secretary General – Grace Fung

Greetings all!

My name is Grace Fung, and it is my utmost honor to serve as your Deputy Secretary General for the thirtieth annual Beijing Model United Nations conference and BEIMUN Beijing. I am a senior at the International School of Beijing, and this is my fifth year participating in MUN.

My journey in MUN began in middle school, where I hoped to improve my public speaking skills. Throughout these years, I have realized that what makes a conference truly memorable far surpasses the awards or how many speeches delegates are able to make––rather, it’s how they can target paramount world issues through collaboration with awareness through their words. MUN has developed my understanding of global issues and introduced me to others who are just as passionate.

I hope all participants are as excited as I am, and I look forward to meeting all of you in our upcoming conferences!

Deputy Secretary General – Sally Kim

Good morning, good afternoon, and good evening just in case I do not see you in person.

Honorable directors, fellow student officers, and distinguished delegates and guests!

My name is Sally Kim, and I am very honored to serve as the Deputy Secretary-General for BEIMUN XXX and BEIMUN Beijing. As a high school junior at the International School of Beijing, this is my sixth year in Model United Nations program.

Having been to eighteen conferences, the MUN program has been a significant part of my life, and my life goal was to serve as a student officer for BEIMUN. MUN helped me improve my academic skills and helped me develop my thoughts and find a comfort zone in school. Though high school life is challenging and tough, I found that MUN is a breakthrough for me to breathe, think, and interact with people. After five years of MUN, I realized that my political stance and taste were developed and influenced by the great minds I met during the conferences. I hope MUN is a fun and comfortable experience for all the participants, and please enjoy the BEIMUN XXX and BEIMUN Beijing.

I may spread my passion and love for MUN. House, please come to order; we will now be moving into the best MUN experience.

Head Admin – Alice Xu

To all participants attending BEIMUN XXX and BEIMUN Beijing,

Welcome! My name is Alice Xu, and it is an honor to be serving as one of the head admins for the upcoming BEIMUN conferences. I am currently a senior at the International School of Beijing, and it has truly came back as a full cycle, as my first MUN experience was being an admin here at ISB.

When I first heard of Model United Nations, I was doubtful in joining because I was intimidated by the debates and the complex procedures. Looking back, I’ve learned that MUN isn’t just about public speaking and debate, but also about opening yourself to a wide range of perspectives on different issues, making friends, and most importantly, having fun.

Whether if you are an experienced delegate or not, we hope that this conference can provide you with the utmost support and backing to help you achieve your goals and objectives for MUN as a whole. I look forward to the 30th year anniversary of BEIMUN, and to meeting all of you in the upcoming conferences, whether in person or online!

Head Admin – Nan Jiang

Greetings to all participants attending BEIMUN!

My name is Nan Jiang, and I am delighted to be serving as one of your head admins for the thirtieth Beijing Model United Nations conference and BEIMUN Beijing. I am a sophomore attending the International School of Beijing; this will be my fourth year in the MUN program.

Back in 7th grade, it took a lot of self-assurance and self-convincing to join the MUN club, for I was such a terrible public speaker. Little did I know that MUN would become one of my greatest passions and will forever change the way I view the world. MUN helped me become more aware of the world around me, and it made me feel involved in the world around me. Most importantly, MUN made me realize that as members of the young generation, we have the power to make a difference in our world.

Through MUN, we share perspectives, practice critical thinking, and raise awareness of situations around the world. I look forwards to the collaboration, the collision of ideas, and thoughtful debates that will be taking place at BEIMUN. Lastly, I hope all participants of BEIMUN will have a memorable experience. See you at BEIMUN!