THAIMUN III HALL OF FAME
THAIMUN III BEST DELEGATE
JE WOO HAN
THAIMUN III was full of great memories, from meeting fantastic new people, to doing really cool things together. I would like to first thank all participating delegates and chair's for making my THAIMUN experience truly an unforgettable one, and of course the secretary general's for organizing it. I was the delegate of Uzbekistan in the DISEC committee, and I found it very unique compared to other conferences, considering the casual interaction between the secretariat and the delegates that made the atmosphere very comfortable. It is truly an honor to receive the best delegate award, to be honest I absolutely did not see it coming and furthermore did not expect it to be an quote 'easy decision'. I thought that this conference was full of excellent and unique delegates that in most instances were more deserving than me, and I am simply humbled by the high level of debate everyone brought to the table. Overall the conference was of the highest quality, the staff were of the greatest caliber, and it was probably one of the most enjoyable ones I have ever attended. I would like to conclude with my extended gratitude towards the advisors who assisted in vetting the resolutions, and to Director Mr. John Wood for ensuring that the conference was memorable. Thank you all, and hope to see you at THAIMUN IV!
THAIMUN III BEST CHAIR
THAIMUN III was a wonderful experience for me as a chair, both in the two days in committees and in the General Assembly. Model United Nations is to me, first and foremost, an exercise in both personal and international diplomacy; something I felt was exemplified by the THAIMUN conference, and something that would only have been possible with the skill, confidence and professionalism of all those present. A passion of mine for two years now, MUN has brought me much happiness and I’m glad I’ve been able to meet so many people who, although we may not share the same views, all want, above all else, a voice. Many old friends and new faces turned out for the conference and I’m glad I had a chance to meet everyone involved: fellow chairs, esteemed delegates, valued pages, honourable members of the Secretariat, distinguished advisors and guests alike. I would first like to thank Conference Director Mr. John Wood and all the faculty advisors for helping to organise the conference and making sure it was smoothly run throughout – I would also like to thank them for their invaluable feedback which I’m sure will go towards improving future conferences. On a similar note, I pass my gratitude to the Secretaries-General and Parliamentarians for the months of hard work they put into making THAIMUN III happen as well as their infinite patience towards all of us. Most of all, my thanks go out to my co-chair, whose boundless energy and support brought much life to the Historical Crisis Committee, and without whom it would not have been half the experience it was. I am honoured to have been considered Best Chair of the whole conference, and I hope to see many more new and old faces at next year’s THAIMUN!