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Meet Our Student Executive Officer Team

The DIMUN conference is organised and run by an organising team made entirely of students, with the support of Dulwich College Beijing and MUN Directors. Leading this team and DIMUN VIII are the Executive Student Officers below:



Deputy Secretary-General

Deputy Secretary-General

Secretary-General Emeritus:

Head of Admin

Head Of Press

Head of Tech

Yi Wen Lee: Secretary-General Emeritus

  • Esteemed directors, honourable chairs and respected delegates,

    Welcome to DIMUN VIII! It is with great honour that I will be serving this conference as your Secretary-General Emeritus. Whether you are a seasoned diplomat or completely new to MUN, this conference will provide a completely new experience for everyone – DIMUN conferences are more than just a place for intellectual sparring, they are gatherings where students forge bonds with one another and create treasured memories that stay with them throughout their MUN career.

    Since I entered the MUN community four years ago, I have been to numerous conferences as an admin, a delegate, a chair and as a Secretary-General. These powerful experiences have helped me foster a growing appreciation for this subject and I hope that DIMUN will positively impact you in many ways. Indeed, I am confident that this year’s team will give you ample opportunity to make the most of DIMUN VIII.

Jackel Cheung: Secretary-General

  • Esteemed directors, student officers, delegates, and guests,

    It is my upmost honoured to serve as your Secretary-General for DIMUN VIII. My own MUN career began with hesitation and insecurities but after serving as delegate and student officer for the past years I have had the pleasure in approaching MUN in various perspectives.

    For nearly a decade, DIMUN has shown its commitment to excellence and professionalism in addition to fostering lifelong friendships between delegates. DIMUN has been a platform for developing public speaking and diplomacy skills and as the same time carries the belief in the virtues of multilateralism that are imperative in today’s world of diplomacy.

    As your Secretary-General, I will be devoted to providing a friendly and intellectual atmosphere for DIMUN VIII. I look forward to seeing what you have to bring to DIMUN and hope you enjoy a rewarding experience.

Sunho Kwon: Secretary-General

  • Honorable directors, distinguished participants, and welcomed guests,

    My name is Sunho Kwon, and it is my utmost honor to be serving as your Secretary General for this year’s DIMUN VIII conference. DIMUN provides an opportunity to all participants to foster both their global awareness and debating experience. Most importantly, DIMUN has been and will continue to be proud of its unique vibe of enthusiasm, which creates a welcoming atmosphere that nurtures the new delegates and acts as a space for close interaction and social activities between all participants. No matter how experienced you are and no matter where you are from, you will be able to reap a completely new experience and learn a valuable lesson from DIMUN.

    I started walking on the path of MUN 2 years ago. Starting as a delegate, I have faced countless challenges to overcome my shy personality. MUN was definitely the turning point of my life, where I completely changed my personality and fully developed as a leader. Above all, I can clearly remember all the conferences I have been through and all the people I have met. Every conference taught me something new, and I believed this unique experience had to be spread. This acted as a fuel to drive me forward and helped me take the final step. I am now here to assist leading DIMUN VIII, allowing all participants to go through the unique experience I was lucky enough to get.

    Welcome to DIMUN VIII.

Jennifer Zhou: Deputy Secretary-General

  • Esteemed directors, student officers, delegates, and guests,

    I am currently attending Year 11 at Dulwich College Beijing and have been involved in MUN for over two years. From debating resolutions as a delegate, to running committees as a chair, and finally to overseeing DIMUN as a member of the core team, I have thoroughly treasured and appreciated every moment of my MUN experience. It is my honor to serve you as your Deputy Secretary-General for DIMUN VIII and I hope we can work together to create an enjoyable and productive conference.

Samuel Chan: Deputy Secretary-General

  • Honourable directors and esteemed delegates,

    I am delighted to be part of the DIMUN VIII Student Executive Officer Team, and am honoured to be Secretary General of this year’s conference. Through my experiences in MUN, I have never failed to see the passion, diplomacy and enthusiasm of delegates. Whether they are debating or discussing in these conferences, I am eager to see the potential and skill that delegates have. It is indeed inspiring to see so many young people willing to tackle, resolve and have a further understanding of global issues. I look forward to meeting all the delegates, working with the directors, and be prepared to have a fruitful and meaningful conference.

Ashley Wong: Head of Admin

  • Honorable Directors, distinguished delegates, esteemed chairs, and welcomed guests

    it is an honour to be serving as your Head of Admin for this year’s DIMUN VIII conference. DIMUN is a place where great minds connect, great ideas flourish, and great memories are made. More importantly, DIMUN is a place where delegates learn more about what it means to be a citizen of the world.

    Alongside my deputy, Jeffrey Liang, and the rest of the Admin Team, I will do everything I can to ensure that the conference runs as smoothly as possible. We hope to see you soon!

Matthew Cui: Head of Press

  • Honorable Directors, distinguished delegates, esteemed chairs, and welcomed guests

    It is my upmost honor to be selected the Head of Press for DIMUN VIII. Being a member of the Press Team last year, I experienced the magic of DIMUN: watching young students dressed so smartly, talking about the future of the planet. Sitting in the room with these vibrant delegates and future world leaders has enabled me to learn so much too.

    The Press Team will be responsible to produce three issues of the DIMUNITE magazine during the course of the conference. These magazines will include highlights from the day, articles published by experienced student-writers, as well as fun activities such as crosswords and word-searches. Our photographers will also be tirelessly taking photos that will be available on request for all the participating schools.

    Again, it is a huge honor to serve as this role, and I look forward to seeing you all!

Shenyi Cui: Head of Tech

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Jeffrey Liang: Deputy-Head Admin

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Kevin Yao: Junior Executive Member

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Student Officers

General Assembly First Committee [GA 1]
Ji (Hannah) Nan
Evan Lu

General Assembly Second Committee [GA 2]
JuWon Ha
Erik Chen

Economic and Social Council [ECOSOC]
Yi Xin Lee
Jung Woo Hong

Environment Commission [ENV]
SiHoo Lee
Ah Song Cho

Human Rights Council [HRC]
Kelsey Fu
Karl Stuecker

Special Conference on Southeast and Central Asia [SPC]
Yichu Huang

Disarmament Council [DIS]
Aalia Labrador
Shawn Teh

Security Council [SC]
Haerin Kim
Eric Choi
Jonathan Ng

Advisory Panel [AP]
Junha Youn
Michelle Zhang


Conference Theme

Statement Of Purpose

Message From Founder

Honourable Directors, Esteemed Delegates and Welcome Guest,

The Dulwich International Model United Nations (DIMUN) conference was created to bring MUN to Key Stage 3 (KS3 or middle school) students in and around Northern China, as MUN opportunities for these students are limited. However, it quickly became apparent that while schools that already had KS4/5 MUN groups were able to add KS3 students, there were schools willing and eager to participate, but without any MUN experience.

While guides covering MUN debate rules, terminology, advice for delegates and Chairs are freely available on conference websites for participants, there is nothing out there to help schools go from having no MUN to attending a conference. Once a school has gone to one conference, going to future ones becomes much easier, as the preparation process is essentially the same for every conference. But that first conference is very difficult to attend without any MUN knowledge.

As the Director Model UN at Dulwich College Beijing for the past four years, with two years of MUN experience before that, I decided to take my knowledge of MUN and create the DIMUN conference. As I started attending MUN conferences as a KS3 student, I know first-hand that even delegates as young as 11 years old can fully participate in, appreciate, and learn a lot from MUN. However, aside from the MYMUN conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, KS3 conferences do not really exist. Thus, I created DIMUN.


Miranda Melcher

Founder of DIMUN
Secretary-General DIMUN I, Feburary 2011
President of Model United Nations at Dulwich College Beijing, 2009-2012
Dulwich College Beijing Class of 2012

Honourable Directors, Esteemed Delegates and Welcome Guest,

Miranda Melcher built our reputation from the ground up as a school known for its rigorous and rewarding MUN programme that, as a result of her leadership, is led purely by students. As such, this document serves particularly useful for student leaders in the same position that Miranda first found herself in 2009 as she began the process of building a sustainable and effective MUN programme, which has since grown from strength to strength.

As my friend and mentor, I have had the pleasure to see Miranda push the boundaries of her own notable achievements through middle and high school, to only go on and inspire an entire generation of Dulwich students with her drive and expertise in MUN. The Dulwich International Model United Nations conference (DIMUN) was her brainchild and legacy, and so is this guide. This is a testament to her experience, commitment, and enthusiasm. Future MUN leaders have her to thank for years to come.

Benjamin Tan

Secretary-General of DIMUN II, February 2012
President of Model United Nations at Dulwich College Beijing, 2012-2013
Dulwich College Beijing Class of 2013, Head Boy