Now, I have experienced and participated in four different Model United Nation (MUN) events. It is my third time to a part of the MUN that is hosting by the International School of Phnom Penh (ISPP). From time to time, I felt like I had gained more confidence and are becoming a better debater. This year in ISPPMUN, I was chosen to be the delegate, representing the United States of America in the Environment Assembly.
I love using scientific facts to support my arguments. This year in my MUN career, it has to be one of the hardest years of all. I am representing the United States, and are trying to argue other nations about the issues of climate changes. With the current “political” situation in America, I had to face so many other delegates, almost all, because of my current country position toward the topic. It required me to work so hard and do a lot of research. It took me so much time to research, that I ended up writing my opening speech two days before the events.
During the events, there are lots of stubble blocks; there are many strong debaters in my committee. I try so hard to defend my resolution and I was there on the podium many times. I always had a dream to be the best delegates in the committee.
Now, I had reached my goal. At the end of the events, I was nominated to be:
- The delegate that is most likely to be famous in the future.
- The delegate that is most likely to become the next Secretary General of the United Nations.
“Do all you can to make your dream come true”_Joel Osteen