Taine Te Huki 

Hello All. 

My name is Taine Te Huki and I am humbled to be serving as one of your Secretaries-General for MYMUN XVII.

My MUN journey has been a long and exciting one. I started this journey four years ago with my interest in MUN making this period of time a successful one. The first conference that I attended was MYMUNOFS in Singapore, and after this first experience I have never turned back. To date I have attended 8 conferences with each of them solidifying my passion for MUN. 

I have a similarly long history with MYMUN, attending every instance of it since the beginning of my MUN career. I can honestly say that from my experience MYMUN has always been of the highest caliber and has helped me improve in all areas relating to MUN and beyond. I am sure that my team and I will maintain this high standard and impart the great experiences this conference has shared with us to all of you.   

For any of your questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me at I look forward to meeting all of you in April and wish you all the best of luck in your preparation. 

Kristine Hsu

Welcome to this year’s MYMUN XVII! My name is Kristine Hsu, and I am honored to be serving as one of the Secretaries-General in this year’s MYMUN.

This is my fifth year in Model United Nations as well as my fifth year participating in MYMUN. Therefore, I know that MYMUN is not only a great experience for inexperienced delegates, but also ones that seek a challenge. The topics chosen for this year allow delegates to explore topics that are not normally discussed in class, the size of the committees allow every delegate to take their stance on the podium, and most importantly, we hope that all our hard work allows everyone to have fun and enjoy themselves at MYMUN.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at I look forward to meeting all of you at MYMUN XVII!

“The UN was not created to take mankind to heaven, but to save humanity from hell.” – Dag Hammarskjöld, Second UN Secretary-General.