Model United Nations Conferences 2021-2022

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Eight G11 students made our school's debut in the Model United Nations Conferences, organised by the Chinese University of Hong Kong Model United Nations Club (CUMUNC), over the weekend of 15-17 April, and achieved splendid results.

Among 176 delegates who were made up of secondary school students across the territory, 11E Ethan Ip and 11E Divya Ng, who spoke as the delegation of Mexico in the United Nations Human Rights Council, received the Outstanding Delegate Award, as 11D Alfred Cheung and 11D Prudence Cheung, who spoke as the delegation of Mexico in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation Council, received an Honorary Mention. In the meantime, 11E Clement Kwok and 11E Noah Wong spoke as the delegation of Algeria in the former council, while 11D Christie Wong and 11E Chu Hok Yin spoke as the delegation of the same country in the latter council.

Our senior gifted students are committed to encouraging their schoolmates to develop a passion for discussing global issues and becoming a part of MUN. Model UN Conference is a conference in which teams represent different countries around the world and discuss global topics through the simulation of UN conference procedures. Participants also need to come up with possible resolutions for various global issues, interacting with diplomats from other countries. For months prior to the conference, the students had been working solemnly to prepare for the conference, despite the raging fifth wave of the pandemic in Hong Kong. Heartfelt gratitude is extended to the students for their industrious work, and to the related parties for making this possible.

We look forward to our students’ future achievements.