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  • 1. Contents Welcome Letters 2 About Our Sponsors 7 Introduction of the Organizers 11 Introduction of the Secretariat 15 Conference Schedule 20 Committee Venues 22 Committees and Topics 24 Introduction to the Dais 29 Participating Universities 35 Country Representation 41 Administration and Services 45 Social Events Introduction 50 Map of Peking University 52 Map of Beijing Subway 53
  • 2. Welcome Letter Welcome Letter by President of Peking University, by Former UN Secretary-General, Prof. ZHOU Qifeng President of UNA-China, Mr. CHEN Jian Dear Honorable Guests, Faculty Advisors and Distinguished Delegates, Honorable Guests, Faculty Advisors and Delegates, On behalf of Peking University, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you all in attending I avail myself of this opportunity to give you all a hearty welcome to AIMUN 2009 at Peking the Peking University Asian International Model United Nations Conference 2009 (AIMUN 2009). University! Last year, I was invited to attend the opening ceremony of AIMUN 2008 and was quite moved by the enthusiasm those delegates expressed towards the Model UN activity. This year, I am Peking University, as one of the most long established and outstanding education institutes in really looking forward to a greater success of AIMUN. The year 2009 will witness big changes of China, is also the pioneer in advocating Model UN activities at both high school and university level the world, of closer cooperation between different countries to confront the challenging issues on across the country. I would like to congratulate the successful takeoff of AIMUN 2009 and express my international political and economic agenda, and of our more opening mind, more appreciative eye gratitude to all persons involved in preparing for this celebrated event. towards the diverse cultures and civilizations. Living in a world free of major conflicts, it is crucial that we continue to search for ways to AIMUN 2009 will be an important platform for the young generation of various backgrounds preserve this fragile peace and prosperity which many of us have always taken for granted. Model to exchange ideas on international issues and to foster a lasting friendship, which will be the solid United Nations is a great training ground for the younger generation. This activity will guide you to foundation of your future cooperation. You have yet to gain more real life experiences to better be open-minded and flexible. To analyze all of the positions, even those that you oppose. To propose understand the shaping forces of our contemporary society. But your attitude towards the ongoing constructive solutions that will benefit all parties. Widening horizons and building mutual trust will events and hot topics will be the shaping forces of our future world. While glancing through the topic help you as you prepare for leadership in the future. Such qualities have never been more important, for areas chosen by AIMUN, I was glad to see you have captured lots of the theme words, or big ideas of we are all moving towards a co-operative and harmonious world. our time, for example, an ultimate solution to energy crisis, an efficient system to address the climate change as well as other environmental problems. The theme of this conference, “Green Asia, Moving towards Win-Win Development through Changes”, focuses on sustainable development which is undeniably one of the most widely debated I am expecting your excellent performance during the three-day conference. Hopefully you will topics in the global arena. Attracting youths all over the world, AIMUN 2009 provides an excellent get a deeper understanding of these issues through thinking and debating. By attaching yourselves opportunity for delegates to discuss and exchange views on sustainable development and global to the big events and ideas of the world, you will make a difference. At last, I would like to thank all changes, thereby allowing them to have a more holistic view and gain new insights into the various members of AIMUN 2009 Secretariat whose faith and devotion made this activity possible. issues happening around the world. I am confident that this conference will achieve great success and become a memorable occasion for all the participants, and I wish all delegates a rewarding experience in Peking University and a pleasant stay in Beijing! Best Regards, 周其凤 President of Peking University 2 | Welcome Letters 3 | Welcome Letters
  • 3. Welcome Letter Welcome Letter by Dean of School of International Studies, by AIMUN 2009 Secretary-General, Peking University, WANG Dingnan Prof. WANG Jisi Distinguished guests, faculty advisors and delegates, Honorable Guests, Faculty Advisors and Delegates, First of all, as dean of the School of International Studies, Peking University, I would like to extend On behalf of the entire Secretariat and Committee Staff, it is my great pleasure to welcome you to the my warmest welcome to all of you here to the 2009 Asian International Model United Nations Asian International Model United Nations Conference 2009. Over the next 4 days, our entire team Conference! would work together with you to bring forth an intellectually stimulating, exciting and unforgettable experience. AIMUN has become one of the most popular events among top students from colleges and universities all over the world to discuss and come out with feasible solutions to the many crucial, With the theme of “Green Asia, Moving towards Win-Win Development through Changes” this global issues. Since our School’s ever dedication is to nurture future leaders in political, academic, year, AIMUN 2009 hope to provide delegates global perspectives with Asian insights, and construct and business worlds with rich knowledge of international politics and diplomacy, we feel particularly an even more comprehensive platform for nearly 500 delegates of different cultural backgrounds to privileged and honored to have the opportunity of sponsoring such a major international college event engage in intellectual discourse. I am also very delighted to announce that we have delegates from over to provide a platform for college students from all over the world to exchange your views and work for 82 schools in 5 continents joining us in AIMUN this year. The Secretariat has made various efforts a just, peaceful and prosperous world through your joint efforts. to place greater focus on mid and small-size committees to facilitate even greater discussion and interaction, generating new initiatives such as the Ambassador Program. In today’s world, seeking mutual understanding and trust between nations has become the consensus around the world and the cooperation of different nations, the call of the time, which could AIMUN 2009 would have never come into fruition without the generous assistance of various be best manifested in world-wide endeavor in coping with this year’s global financial turbulence and departments and agencies. As such, I would like to sincerely express my appreciation to all the many other non-traditional threats. Given its informal settings of AIMUN 2009, it is my hope that people who have made extensive contributions to our conference. In particular, I would like to thank it would once again become an important venue for all of you to express your independent opinions the School of International Studies, the Peking University Office of International Relations for all and to come up with more future-orientated and creative solutions to solve the problems that the the guidance and support, the Peking University Education Fund and China Universities Alumni international society is facing in our world today. Association for the kind assistance rendered that has provided us the valuable opportunity to realize our MUN dream. Furthermore, I need to extend special thanks to all delegates and faculty advisors I strongly believe that this conference will be an extremely useful platform for all of you here to for joining us on this wonderful journey. Last but not least, please allow me to take this opportunity interact and work together, thereby building long-lasting friendships and having a better understanding to deliver my heartfelt gratitude to our dais and secretariat members for your continuing passion and of different cultures. Furthermore, while you are all here to attend the Model UN conference with dedication. the conviction that your efforts can make a difference, you will certainly carry this same conviction to various parts of the world in the future and help make the world a better place. Enjoy AIMUN 2009 and I wish each and every one of you an enriching and fulfilling time in Beijing! On behalf of all the faculty and students of the School of International Studies, I would like to wish AIMUN 2009 an astounding success and your stay in Beijing totally enjoyable. Thank you! Yours Faithfully, 王缉思 School of International Studies, Secretary-General Peking University AIMUN 2009 4 | Welcome Letters 5 | Welcome Letters
  • 4. About Our Sponsors Main Sponsor: Peking University Education Foundation The Peking University Education Foundation (PKUEF), which is registered under the People’s Republic of China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs on July 1995, is a non-profit organization that aims to raise funds for Peking University. Its main role is to manage the donations and sponsorships received to foster the development of the university in various aspects including teaching, research, scholarships, financial aids and campus construction. Over the years, the Peking University Education Foundation has served as an important bridge allowing for more communication between the university and the society, especially the alumni. The continuous support coming from all walks of life is crucial for Peking University to stand out among universities worldwide with the high quality of teaching and research. Furthermore, these kind donations have allowed PKUEF to help many students to further their education and pursue their interests by giving them scholarships and financial aids. Looking into the future, the Peking University Education Fund will seek to consistently seek ways to improve itself in order to better aid the University in achieving its aim of becoming a world-class institution. 7 | About Our Main Sponsors
  • 5. China Universities Alumni Association Founded in 1987, China Universities Alumni Association (CUAA) is a non-governmental organization which aims at promoting alumni exchange and contribute to the vitalization and modernization of China and the world peace through extensive contacts with alumni, universities and research institutes. In the past 20 years, as an alumni-oriented organization, CUAA has developed its own alumni network across China. It organized or supported a lot of academic exchange activities, which consist of academic seminars, scholar exchange and international conference. CUAA looks forward to establishing close relationship with universities or its alumni organization both at home and abroad. 8 | About Our Main Sponsors
  • 6. Introduction of the Organizers Peking University Peking University is a comprehensive and national key university. The campus, known as "Yan Yuan"(the garden of Yan), is situated at Haidian District in the western suburb of Beijing, with a total area of 2,743,532 square metres (or 274 hectares). It stands near to the Yuanmingyuan Garden and the Summer Palace. Peking University is proud of its outstanding faculty, including 53 members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), 7 members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), and 14 members of the Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS). The university has effectively combined research on important scientific subjects with the training of personnel with a high level of specialized knowledge and professional skill as demanded by the country's socialist modernization. It strives not only for improvements in teaching and research work, but also for the promotion of interaction and mutual promotion among various disciplines. Thus Peking University has become a center for teaching and research and a university of a new type, embracing diverse branches of learning such as basic and applied sciences, social sciences and the humanities, and sciences of medicine, management, and education. Its aim is to rank among the world's best universities in the future. The School of International Studies, Peking University The School of International Studies (SIS) of Peking University is the first of its kind among Chinese universities. It is an important teaching and research institution devoted to the training of specialized talents in international politics, international political economy and diplomacy. 11 | Introduction of the Organizers
  • 7. Founded in 1996, the origins of SIS can be traced back to the former Department of Political Science established in 1960. SIS is now organized into three departments and three institutes: the Department of International Politics, the Department of Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs Management, the Department of International Political Economy; the Institute of International Relations, the Institute of Afro-Asian Studies, and the Institute of World Socialism. Currently, SIS has 51 faculty members, with 21 full professors, 26 associate professors and 4 lecturers. In the fall semester of 2008, SIS holds an enrollment of 809 students, of whom 442 are in regular undergraduate programs, and 367 in graduate programs. Among these students, 219 are from overseas. Peking University Model United Nations Association Peking University Model United Nations Association (PKUMUN) is a student-run organization founded in 2001. It became the first established MUN program in mainland China. PKUMUN has focused its efforts on raising awareness among Chinese university students about the important social and economic issues that the UN is involved in. Every year, PKUMUN sends around 80 top students to participate in various MUN conferences both within China and around the world, including the Harvard National MUN, the European International MUN, and UNA-CHINA MUN. It has successfully held 5 Annual Peking University Model United Nations Conferences and co-hosted the Harvard World MUN in 2006. In co-operation with UNA-USA, PKUMUN is also actively promoting this activity among Chinese high school students. With the vision, global perspectives, diligence, and passion of its members, PKUMUN has garnered a sterling reputation in PKU and has strong influence over other collegiate MUN programs within China. Despite facing stiff competition from over 160 student associations, PKUMUN was awarded the Peking University Best Students’ Association Award consecutively in both 2007 and 2008. 12 | Introduction of the Organizers
  • 8. Introduction of the Secretariat Secretary General WANG Dingnan Dear delegates, welcome on board AIMUN 2009! I am a junior currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in International Politics at Peking University. On behalf of all the Secretariat and Dais this year, I would like to share our AIMUN passion with all of you and I sincerely hope that this 4-day conference would be an extremely fulfilling time for you to enrich your academic experience and make new friends from different countries. Director General SUN Lu To be involved in organizing the first AIMUN after the Beijing Olympics is both a pleasure and pressure for me. Together with my supportive and hardworking colleagues, we have been working hard to make AIMUN 2009 more splendid than ever. With AIMUN maturing and getting more international every year, I hope that we are slowly achieving the goal which was set in the first place, that is, to make AIMUN a truly influential MUN conference around the world. However, above all, if we are the ones that make this conference happen, you are the ones that make this conference marvelous! Dear delegates, once again, welcome to AIMUN 2009! 15 | Introduction of the Secretariat
  • 9. Chief Finance Officer Delegate Liaison Officer MA Zhiyao CHEN Xiwen Hi guys, this is Ma Zhiyao here. I am currently a sophomore in the School of Hello dear delegates, as the one responsible for liaising delegates from universities International Studies, Peking University. I am also the Chief Finance Officer of outside the Asian region, I have been in contact with some of you quite frequently AIMUN2009 and the whole organizing experience has been a great one thus far. over the past several months. Perhaps, I might have also met some of you in AIMUN I am really glad to have all of you here in AIMUN 2009! You have made a great 2008 or the Harvard World MUN 2008 in Mexico. I enjoy playing the piano, singing, choice to come and join us in this big party of MUN conference and I am sure all jazz-dancing and ice-skating during my leisure time. I am currently a sophomore in the secretariat and dais members will do our best to provide you a most memorable the Department of Philosophy. As a Beijinger, I am excited to provide you with more experience. Hope you will enjoy your stay here! travelling information and am always glad to show you around my hometown. With all our efforts, I am confident that your AIMUN 2009 will definitely be an unforgettable experience! Director of Delegate Liaison Director of Committees YIN Hang PENG LING Yuzhe Hi, this is Yin Hang, Doris, director of delegate liaison in AIMUN 2009. Hello, my name is Peng Ling Yuzhe (Peggy Ling). This is my third year in Peking I am honored to have all of you here, and I promise to put in my utmost efforts to University, and my third AIMUN. Not only have I had much fun in AIMUN, I also feel create a comfortable and memorable conference. Should you run into any trouble or that I have grown a lot throughout the past 3 conferences. I really hope you will feel simply want to share your joy with someone, do not hesitate to turn to me! the same too! Welcome! Delegate Liaison Officer Director of Committees FANG Weiyun, Vivian Michelle LOW Greetings to all AIMUN 2009 participants! I am a sophomore of the School of Foreign Hello! Welcome to AIMUN 2009! I am Michelle, one of the academic directors of this Languages in Peking University. As the delegate liaison officer in charge of universities year’s conference. I am a Singaporean majoring in International Relations here at within mainland China, I have been in frequent contact with many of our delegates Peking University. The Secretariat and Dais members spent nearly a year preparing over the past 9 months. During this period, I must say that I am deeply impressed and for this huge event and we will continue putting in our utmost best to create an inspired by your enthusiasm about AIMUN. It is our hope that we can provide the best unforgettable MUN experience for all of you! Of course, MUN is not just about serious delegate services for you, to make you feel at home in this big family of AIMUN! work. After the conference, do spend time exploring this cosmopolitan yet traditional city! 16 | Introduction of the Secretariat 17 | Introduction of the Secretariat
  • 10. Director of Technology Director of Business ZHU Cheng LI Congzhou Hi, everyone! Welcome to AIMUN 2009! I am Joe from the School of International Studies. It is my third year in PKU as well as My name is Zhu Cheng and it's my great honor to serve as your Director of AIMUN. As the director of Business, I am in charge of Social Events and Souvenirs Technology. I am a sophomore from the Department of Chinese Language and this year. It is my pleasure to work together with other staff in AIMUN 2009 and to Literature, majoring in Computational Linguistics, and this is my second year in serve you all delegates. I hope that you will enjoy yourselves and bring back much AIMUN. Besides enjoying playing basketball and reading, I also love meeting different unforgettable memories! The experience of AIMUN 2009 will be a story you cannot people and making new friends. I sincerely hope that you will have an unforgettable help telling others and will never forget. experience during the AIMUN 2009 Conference here in Peking University this March. Director of Public Relations Business Coordinator DU Jinhao, Gabriel ZHOU Jun Hey my dear delegates, I cannot wait to see you all! It is definitely my honor to serve Hey, I am really lucky to be part of the AIMUN family with you all. My name is Zhou you all as the director of Public Relations this year. AIMUN 2009 is your stage and our Jun, a sophomore from the Department of Urban and Environmental Science, Peking feast! Just welcome and help yourself! I hope that you can enjoy every moment here University. As the Business Coordinator, it is my great honor to ensure that you all will in AIMUN and should you have any problems, I am always there for you. an enjoyable time at the various social events. Stressful committee sessions aside, I sincerely hope that you will have much fun and enjoy yourselves to the fullest in AIMUN2009. Director of Public Relations Public Relations Officer PENG Wei LIAO Xian Welcome to AIMUN 2009 and Peking University. As an Environmental Science major, I Hello! I’m Tracy Liao, a freshman from the School of International Studies, Peking feel honored to share with you the spirit of a green MUN conference and its dedication University. I’m an outgoing and easygoing girl, and I’d really love to make friends towards a more harmonious world. Together with Gabriel, we have been working hard with all kinds of people, so when you’re looking for a friend, you can turn to me. Also, on garnering sponsorship. It has certainly been a challenging but meaningful year I have a good command of oral English, so when you’re looking for an interpreter, for me. Most importantly, I am really looking forward that AIMUN 2009 would be an you can still turn to me for help. Apart from that, my job mainly concerns volunteer amazing experience for each and every one of us! organizing. When you’re looking for volunteers to help you with something, I’m the right person that you should ask for help. Finally, I always have a strong desire to give you the best service, so when you’re looking for a problem solver, I’m definitely a good choice. Anyway, whenever you need help, I’m glad to try my best to bring you greatest joy, thank you! 18 | Introduction of the Secretariat 19 | Introduction of the Secretariat
  • 11. Conference Schedule *Mandatory events are highlighted Thursday, March 12 Saturday, March 14 08:00 – 12:00 Registration Block C, School of International Studies (SIS) 08:30 – 17:00 Computer Lab Open Room 112, 237, 337 08:00 – 12:00 Delegate Services Open Block C, SIS 08:30 – 17:00 Delegate Services Open Bamboo Garden Café, Ground Floor, LKG Bldg Campus Tour 09:00 – 12:00 Committee Session 3 See Committees Page for exact venue 08:30 – 11:30 Gather at Block C, SIS (Available every 60 minutes) 12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Campus/Around Campus 12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Campus/Around Campus 13:30 – 16:45 Committee Session 4 See Committees Page for exact venue 14:00 – 15:30 Opening Ceremony Sunny Hall, Ying Jie Exchange Center Faculty Advisor/ 17:00 – 18:00 Meeting Room 127, LKG Bldg 17:30 – 19:00 Dinner Campus/Around Campus Head Delegate Meeting Urban Backyard 18:00 – 19:00 Dinner Campus/Around Campus 19:00 – 21:00 Welcome Party Gather at respective hotel lobby or Block C, SIS at 19:00 Bar Pepper 19:00 – 22:00 Farewell Cabaret Gather at respective hotel lobby or the main entrance of LKG Bldg at 19:00 Friday, March 13 Sunday, March 15 08:00 – 17:00 Computer Lab Open Room 112, 237, 337 08:30 – 12:00 Computer Lab Open Room 112, 237, 337 Bamboo Garden Café, Ground Floor, Leo 08:30 – 12:00 Delegate Services Open Bamboo Garden Café, Ground Floor, LKG Bldg 08:00 – 17:00 Delegate Services Open KoGuan Building (LKG Bldg) 09:00 – 12:00 Committee Session 5 See Committees Page for exact venue 08:00 – 09:00 Rules of Procedures Training See Committees Page for exact venue 12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Campus/Around Campus 09:00 – 12:00 Committee Session 1 See Committees Page for exact venue 14:00 – 15:30 Closing Ceremony Qiu Lin Auditorium, Block C, SIS 12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Campus/Around Campus 13:30 – 16:45 Committee Session 2 See Committees Page for exact venue Faculty Advisor/ 17:00 – 17:45 Meeting Room 127, LKG Bldg Head Delegate Meeting 17:45 – 19:00 Dinner Campus/Around Campus TusPark Club 19:00 – 21:00 Club Night Gather at respective hotel lobby or at the main entrance of LKG Bldg at 19:00 20 | Conference Schedule 21 | Conference Schedule
  • 12. Committee Venues 1 United Nations General Assembly – Legal Committee (GA) 10 Historical Security Council(安理会历史会议) Venue: Conference Room 342, Leo KoGuan Building Venue: Conference Room 204, Leo KoGuan Building 2 Security Council (SC) 11 Asian Development Bank(亚洲开发银行) Venue: Conference Room 202, Leo KoGuan Building Venue: Conference Room 205, Leo KoGuan Building 3 United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) 12 Non-Governmental Organizations Program (NGO) Venue: Conference Room 126, Leo KoGuan Building (March 13 – 14) Venue: Conference Room 237, Leo KoGuan Building Conference Room 134, Leo KoGuan Building (March 15) 4 United Nations World Travel Organization (UNWTO) Venue: Conference Room 203, Leo KoGuan Building 5 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Venue: Conference Room 241, Leo KoGuan Building 6 United Nations Children’s Fund Executive Board (UNICEF) Venue: Conference Room 133B, Leo KoGuan Building 7 ASEAN 10+3 Ministerial Meeting (ASEAN) Venue: Conference Room 133A, Leo KoGuan Building 8 United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) Venue: Conference Room 127, Leo KoGuan Building 9 Ambassadors Program Venue: Conference Room 337, Leo KoGuan Building 22 | Committee Venues 23 | Committee Venues
  • 13. Committee, Topics and Advisors English Language Committees 6 United Nations Children’s Fund Executive Board (UNICEF) 1 United Nations General Assembly – Legal Committee (GA) Topic: Draft Country Programs Topic A: International Terrorism Advisor: Professor BAI Guimei, School of Law, Peking University Topic B: Climate Change 7 ASEAN 10+3 Ministerial Meeting (ASEAN) 2 Security Council (SC) Topic A: Cooperation in Mekong Topic A: Children and Armed Conflict Topic B: Piracy off the Straits of Malacca Topic B: Situation in Iran Advisor: Associate Professor WEI Min, School of International Studies, Peking University Advisor: Associate Professor WANG Lian, School of International Studies, Peking University 8 United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and 3 United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) the Pacific (ESCAP) Topic A: Energy Crisis Topic A: Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in the Asia-Pacific area Topic B: Sustainable Bio-energy Topic B: Emergency Management in the Asia-Pacific area Advisors: Professor ZHA Dao Jiong, School of International Studies, Peking University and Professor Advisor: Associate Professor CHEN An, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of QIN Ming Rui, Department of Sociology, Peking University Sciences 4 United Nations World Travel Organization (UNWTO) 9 Ambassadors Program Topic: Sustainable Tourism: Responding to Global Warming Advisor: Professor WU Bihu, School of Environment, Peking University 10 Non-Governmental Organizations Program (NGO) Topic: UN Millennium Development Goals and Grant Proposal 5 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Advisor: Mr. LI Jing, former program manager at United Nations Development Program (China) (UNESCO) Topic A: Dialogue among Cultures: Protecting Indigenous Cultures in a Globalizing World Topic B: Education for All (EFA 2009): Gender Equality in Education Advisor: Professor WANG Wan, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 24 | Committees and Topics 25 | Committees and Topics
  • 14. Chinese Language Committees 1 Historical Security Council(安理会历史会议) Topic A: Situation in East Timor (东帝汶局势) Topic B: 1999 Kosovo Crisis (1999年科索沃危机) Advisor: Professor YANG Bao Yun, School of International Studies, Peking University 2 Asian Development Bank(亚洲开发银行) Topic: Credit Program(审议贷款项目) Advisor: Dr. Elaine CHAO, 24th United States Secretary of Labor 26 | Committees and Topics
  • 15. Introduction of Dais United Nations General Assembly- Legal Committee (GA-Legal) From left: HU YANG Xiaoxiao LIU Meng Xing GAO Ertan (Co-director) CHEN Yafan (Co-director) JEOUNG Da Eun Security Council (SC) From left: XU Man CHAN Wai Kit (Director) JIN Di Nuraily ABLIZ YOON Sung Min (absent) 29 | Introduction to the Dais
  • 16. United Nations Environmental United Nations Children’s Fund Program (UNEP) Executive Board (UNICEF) From left: From left: JIN Hyungwon YOON Young Ik Cecilia SZE (Director) WANG Jingyao (Director) MA Xiaobai YANG Rucheng Pichayanin WANGCHALABOVORN GUO Yunwen Yvonne United Nations World Tourism ASEAN 10+3 Ministerial Meeting Organization (UNWTO) (ASEAN) From left: From left: NG Jin Xiang Kelvin ZHANG Dantong XU Yang LI Jingyu (Director) WU Di (Director) KIM Sujin United Nations Educational, United Nations Economic and Scientific and Cultural Organization Social Commission for Asia and the (UNESCO) Pacific (ESCAP) From left: From left: HE Tianyu WANG Xifei (Director) CHENG Yu (Director) Spike NOWAK TAN Fong Wei Johnny KIM Ah Ram Zhang Wei (Absent) 30 | Introduction to the Dais 31 | Introduction to the Dais
  • 17. Ambassadors Program Asian Development Bank (ADB) From left: From left: LIN Kun (Co-manager) WANG Lihuan Jesse JACOBS (Co-manager) ZHENG Xin (Co-director) CHENG Yaman ZHANG Chi (Co-director) SUN Xian Non-Governmental Organizations Program (NGO Program) From left: All Members of MUN Dias TAY Hui Mun (Co-director) ZOU Yang (Co-director) YIN Weiwen Historical Security Council (HSC) From left: SUN Yuan ZHAO Mingyue (Director) KANG Dongyang LI Luyao 32 | Introduction to the Dais 33 | Introduction to the Dais
  • 18. Participating Universities Amur State University (Russian Federation) 俄罗斯阿穆尔国立大学 Anton de Kom University of Suriname (Suriname) 苏里南安东· 德· 康大学 Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan) 日本青山大学 Beijing City University 北京城市学院 Beijing Foreign Studies University 北京外国语大学 Beijing Jiaotong University 北京交通大学 Beijing Language and Culture University 北京语言大学 Beijing Normal University 北京师范大学 Beijing Technology and Business University 北京工商大学 Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics 北京航天航空大学 Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications 北京邮电大学 Beijing University of Technology 北京工业大学 Bond University (Australia) 澳大利亚邦德大学 Capital University of Economics and Business 首都经贸大学 Central University of Finance and Economics 中央财经大学 China Agriculture University 中国农业大学 China Foreign Affairs University 外交学院 35 | Participating Universities
  • 19. China University of Petroleum (Beijing) 中国石油大学(北京) Jilin University 吉林大学 China University of Petroleum (East China) 中国石油大学(华东) Korea University (Republic of Korea) 韩国高丽大学 China University of Political Science and Law 中国政法大学 Kyunghee University (Republic of Korea) 韩国庆熙大学 China Youth University for Political Sciences 中国青年政治学院 Lanzhou University 兰州大学 College of Information and Business, North University Of China 中北大学信息商务学院 London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom) 英国伦敦政治经济学院 Communication University of China 中国传媒大学 NanKai University 南开大学 Dalian University of Foreign Languages 大连外国语学院 National University of Singapore (Singapore) 新加坡国立大学 De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde (Philippines) 菲律宾德拉萨-圣百尼德学院 North University of China 中北大学 Donghua University 东华大学 Northeast Normal University 东北师范大学 East China University of Political Science and Law 华东政法大学 Northwestern Polytechnic University 西北工业大学 Ewha Women's University (Republic of Korea) 韩国梨花女子大学 Renmin University of China 人民大学 Fudan University 复旦大学 Rikkyo University (Japan) 日本立教大学 Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia) 印度尼西亚卡渣玛达大学 Saarland University (Germany) 德国萨尔兰大学 Helwan University (Eygpt) 埃及阿勒旺大学 Shaanxi University of Science and Technology 陕西科技大学 Hong Kong Baptist University 香港浸会大学 Shanghai Jiaotong University 上海交通大学 Hong Kong Institute of Education 香港教育学院 Sichuan Normal University 四川师范大学 Hong Kong University of Science & Technology 香港科技大学 Singapore Management University (Singapore) 新加坡管理大学 Hosei University (Japan) 日本法政大学 Southwest University of Political Science and Law 西南政法大学 Huazhong Agricultural University 华中农业大学 Southwestern University of Finance and Economics 西南财经大学 Huazhong Normal University 华中师范大学 ST. Francis Methodist School (Singapore) 新加坡圣法兰西斯学院 Huazhong University of Science and Technology 华中科技大学 Sun Yat-sen Universit 中山大学 Hunan University 湖南大学 Sun Yat-sen University (Zhuhai Campus) 中山大学(珠海校区) Indonesian Student Association for International Studies (Indonesia) 印度尼西亚学生国际关系协会 SZA Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (Pakistan) 巴基斯坦布托科技学院 Inner Mongolia University 内蒙古大学 Technical University of Berlin (Germany) 柏林科技大学 Jilin Normal University 吉林师范大学 The University of Nottingham, Ningbo 诺丁汉大学宁波分校 36 | Participating Universities 37 | Participating Universities
  • 20. Tokyo Gakugei University (Japan) 日本东京学艺大学 Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Japan) 日本东京外国语大学 Tsinghua University 清华大学 Tsuda Collage (Japan) 日本津田塾大学 University of International Relations 国际关系学院 University of Macau 澳门大学 University of Tuebingen (Germany) 德国图宾根大学 University of Lagos (Nigeria) 尼日利亚拉各斯大学 University of the Pacific (USA) 美国太平洋大学 University of Warwick (Great Britain) 英国华威大学 University of Wuerzburg (Germany) 德国维尔茨堡大学 Waseda University (Japan) 日本早稻田大学 Wuhan University 武汉大学 Xi’an International Studies University 西安外国语大学 Xi’an Jiaotong University 西安交通大学 Xi’an University of Science and Technology 西安科技大学 Xiamen University 厦门大学 Yanbian University 延边大学 Zhejiang University 浙江大学 Zhongnan University of Economics and Law 中南财经政法大学 Zhongnan University of Economics and Law (College of Politics) 中南财经政法大学政治学系 38 | Participating Universities
  • 21. Country Representation Amur State University Republic of Korea Anton de Kom University of Suriname Bahamas Aoyama Gakuin University Greece Beijing City University Zimbabwe, NGO Georgia, France, United States of Beijing Foreign Studies University America Beijing Jiaotong University Norway Beijing Language and Culture University Singapore, Brazil Central African Republic, Portugal, Beijing Normal University Panama, Belgium Beijing Technology and Business University Cameroon, Fiji, Micronesia Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics Australia, Namibia, United Kingdom Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications Spain, Pakistan, NGO Beijing University of Technology Madagascar, Japan (observer) Bond University India, Libyan, China Capital University of Economics and Business Cambodia, Pakistan, Armenia Central University of Finance and Economics New Zealand, Afghanistan China Agriculture University Sweden (Observer) China Foreign Affairs University Japan, NGO China University of Petroleum (Beijing) Kazakhstan, Kiribati China University of Petroleum (East China) Turkmenistan, Romania, Gabon China University of Political Science and Law Australia, Japan China Youth University for Political Sciences Malaysia College of Information and Business, North University of China Netherlands, Switzerland Communication University of China Bangladesh, Kiribati Dalian University of Foreign Languages Chile De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde Myanmar Donghua University Panama, Singapore, Bhutan 41 | Country Representation
  • 22. East China University of Political Science and Law Tonga, Palau, Australia(Observer) Antigua and Barbuda, Thailand, Sun Yat-sen University China, Mauritania, Canada Nauru, NGO Ewha Women's University (observer) Sun Yat-sen University (Zhuhai Campus) Norway, Pakistan Russian Federation, Finland, SZA Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology Tajikistan, China, Turkmenistan Fudan University Republic of Korea Vietnam, Laos, Republic of Korea, Gadjah Mada University Croatia, Mali, China, Turkmenistan The University of Nottingham, Ningbo France, Rwanda, India (observer), Helwan University India, Libyan, China United Kingdom (observer) Hong Kong Baptist University Brazil The International English Gymnasium of Södermalm Zimbabwe, Belgium, Cuba, NGO Hong Kong Institute of Education Iran Tokyo Gakugei University Brunei Darussalam Hong Kong University of Science & Technology Thailand Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Thailand Hosei University Brunei Darussalam Tsinghua University United Kingdom, NGO Huazhong Agricultural University Sri Lanka Tsuda College Brunei Darussalam Huazhong Normal University Austria University of International Relations China, Italy, Canada Huazhong University of Science and Technology Burkina Faso University of Macau Philippines, Laos, NGO Hunan University Cameroon, Cuba, Thailand University of Tuebingen DPR Korea, France, Sweden, Laos Indonesian Student Association for International Studies Spain University of Lagos Papua New Guinea, Gabon, NGO Inner Mongolia University Micronesia, Libyan, Haiti University of the Pacific Australia Jilin Normal University Turkey, Gambia University of Warwick Belgium Jilin University Kyrgyzstan, Nepal Russian Federation, Kiribati, United University of Wuerzburg States of America (observer) Korea University Iran Waseda University Thailand Kyunghee University Ethiopia, Mexico Wuhan University Indonesia Lanzhou University Maldives Xi’an International Studies University Germany United States of America, London School of Economics and Political Science Argentina, Indonesia, United States Netherlands Xi’an Jiaotong University of America (observer) NanKai University Sweden, Azerbaijan Xi’an University of Science and Technology Italy, NGO National University of Singapore Libyan, Pakistan, Cambodia, China Namibia, Myanmar, Finland, Guatemala, Antigua and Xiamen University North University of China Papua New Guinea, Bahrain Barbuda, Marshall Islands Yanbian University Mongolia, Germany (Observer) Northeast Normal University Colombia, NGO Zhejiang University Nepal, France Northwestern Polytechnic University India United Kingdom, Costa Rica, Renmin University of China South Africa Zhongnan University of Economics and Law Canada Rikkyo University Brunei Darussalam Zhongnan University of Economics and Law (College of Politics) Malaysia Saarland University Greece Shaanxi University of Science and Technology Marshall Islands Shanghai Jiaotong University Vietnam Sichuan Normal University Argentina, Georgia Singapore Management University Serbia Solomon Islands, Palau, Southwest University of Political Science and Law Switzerland, Portugal, NGO France, Philippines, United States Southwestern University of Finance and Economics of America ST. Francis Methodist School Solomon Islands, Norway 42 | Country Representation 43 | Country Representation
  • 23. Administration and Services Delegate Services The Delegate Services counter is the communications and resource center for the conference. It serves several key functions: information about the conference and Beijing will be made available; the conference schedule will be posted, along with any changes; lost & found; delegates can also replace lost conference materials such as badges, placards, handbooks, and certificates of participation. Tickets for social events will also be on sale and messages may be left for staff members. At least one member of the AIMUN Executive Committee will be there to answer questions and listen to any problems and suggestions. Any comments or complaints about the conference, the accommodation and meals can also be directed to the Delegate Services counter. Conference Materials Upon registration, each delegation will be provided with the relevant conference materials. All delegates should receive a conference handbook, academic handbook, delegate badge and certificate of participation. Replacement of misplaced conference materials can be made at the Delegate Services counter at the following rates: Conference Handbook RMB ¥ 20 Academic Handbook RMB ¥ 10 Delegate Badge RMB ¥ 5 Placard RMB ¥ 30 Certificate of Participation RMB ¥ 10 All items subject to availability 45 | Administration and Services
  • 24. Identification Badges/Placards Printing and Copying Services AIMUN Country Placards are used for identification of represented countries during committee The Dais can assist you with all printing and photocopying needs concerning documents for session. All delegates will be given his/her placard at the beginning of each session. This placard distribution to your committee. Please be sure to submit your request early because of expected high should be left in the committee room at the end of each session and will be collected by the Dais. The demand for these services, and make your request clear. If you would like to print a working paper Dais will not recognize any self-made placards. Any replacement of placards will be charged at a fee or draft resolution, please save a copy to a USB flash memory drive and specify in the note to Dais of RMB ¥ 30. exactly which file is to be printed. Delegate badges must be worn at all times and are required for admission to conference events. Badges are color-coded as follows for easy recognition: Printing Notice Delegates/Faculty Advisors – AIMUN Pink In order to reduce wastage, double-sided printing is used to produce all conference papers. Two AIMUN Secretariat Red working papers within one page are suggested to be submitted at the same time, so as to fully utilize Delegates/Faculty Advisors AIMUN Secretariat – Red AIMUN Pink both sides of the paper. Committee Dais Green Committee Dais – Green Volunteers Volunteers – Orange Orange Head Delegate and Faculty Advisor Meetings AIMUN DAILY Reporter Light Blue All Faculty Advisors and Head Delegates are required to attend the daily Head Delegate and Faculty Observer DAILY Reporter – Light Blue AIMUN Yellow Advisor Meetings. Members of the AIMUN Executive Committee will be conducting these meetings Others (Guests/Media) Observer – Yellow Blue and we welcome your feedbacks, suggestions and questions. Any issues brought up during these Others (Guests/Media) – Blue meetings will be addressed as soon as possible, and specific information related to individual committees will be relayed to the specific committee before the next session. Technology Availability Dress Code Public computers with Internet access, printers, and copiers will be available for your research purposes at the conference venue. Please note that documents can be only printed or copied for Formal attire is required at conference venue. For the Ball on the second evening, formal attire for distribution to the committee after they have been approved by the Director of the committee. dancing is necessary. Delegates are expected to use good judgment when using the Internet resources. Conference computers are to be used for research purposes only. Content restrictions and time limits will be Awards enforced, and delegates are asked to be mindful of others waiting in line. Best Delegate Award: Depending on the size of individual committees, up to three delegates from every committee will be awarded the “Best Delegate” award. This award is given to delegates Laptop Policy who have displayed outstanding and well-rounded performance throughout the entire conference. Delegates will be judged not only on their performance during the conference itself, but on their Delegates may not use laptops in committee rooms during formal sessions. position papers as well. Best Ambassador Award: One ambassador will be awarded the “Best Ambassador” award. This award is given to the ambassador who has displayed outstanding performance in leading and 46 | Administration and Services 47 | Administration and Services
  • 25. coordinating his/her country’s delegation such that his/her country’s policies are in-line and consistent with their national interests. Best Delegation Award: Up to ten schools will be awarded the “Best Delegation” award. This award is given to schools whose delegates have been producing consistent, high-quality performance throughout the different committees. Delegations will be judged based on the holistic assessment of all their delegates in various committees. Best Position Paper Award: One delegate from every conventional committee will be awarded the “Best Position Paper” award. This award is judged based on how well delegates explain their individual countries’ position on the issues the committee is discussing. Best Journalist Award: One to two journalists will be awarded the “Best Journalist” award. This award is given to journalists who have been producing outstanding reports detailing the flow of the entire conference, allowing delegates to know the progress of other committees. Conference Staff AIMUN Executive Committee. The members of the AIMUN Executive Committee are available to address any questions or concerns that may arise. They are best equipped to answer inquiries regarding Beijing, what to do, and where to go. Committee Staff (Dais and Program Managers). The primary job of the committee staff is to work with the delegates in achieving the goals of the conference. Each committee has a Director (or co- directors) and several Assistant Directors. The Director is the substantive and procedural expert on the issues to be discussed in the committee. Prior to the conference, the Director is the individual that chose the committee’s topic areas and prepared the study guide. At the conference, the Director will chair the committee when it is in formal session. The Director is responsible for overseeing the committee proceedings and ensuring that all aspects of the topic area have been addressed. The Assistant Directors are additional dais members who help guide committee sessions. They aid the Director by answering delegate’s questions, monitoring bloc during caucus, providing feedback on delegate ideas, and keeping track of the speaker’s list, votes, and other procedural motions. Delegates should first talk to Assistant Directors about getting materials printed or copied. 48 | Administration and Services
  • 26. Social Events Introduction Thursday, March 12 Friday, March 13 Campus Tour Club Night From 0930hrs to 1130hrs, all delegates are welcome to participate in our campus tour. Volunteers will A great dancing ball will be open to all delegates in the evening! We invite all delegates to join us show you around the historical campus of Peking University, which used to be a sprawling imperial after a day of conference to relax for the night. On the dance floor, you can either make new friends garden during the Qing Dynasty. You would be able to visit the renowned Nameless Lake and Boya or further communicate with your fellow delegates. You can also choose to be the dancing king or Tower as well as other historically significant sites. queen of the night! Don’t hesitate to reach out for more hugs, more friendliness and more fun. Time: From 0930hrs to 1130hrs, every 60 minutes Time: 1900hrs to 2100hrs Venue: Starts from Block C, School of International Studies Venue: TusPark Club Fee: 30 RMB Attire: Party Thursday, March 12 Saturday, March 14 Welcome Party Farewell Cabaret The Welcome Party serves as a cocktail reception to provide a high-profile environment for ice- The cabaret night will be incredibly rich in content with several components. We will have a Global breaking. All delegates are invited to attend the formal event which is set in a traditional China Village section where delegates will be given stalls to display various aspects of their culture and context. Unique Chinese desserts and pastries would be served buffet style, as well as a free flow of tradition (such as ornaments, pictures, flags, snacks and drinks). Furthermore, our talented delegates drinks. This is an excellent opportunity to network with fellow delegates and get to know them better are encouraged to prepare cultural performances. Contemporary items are also welcome. The AIMUN before the start of the conference. Don’t miss this valuable opportunity. secretariat will also provide entertainment that fuses Chinese and international elements to spice up the evening. Time: 1900hrs to 2100 hrs Time: 1900hrs to 2200hrs Venue: Urban Backyard Venue: Bar Pepper Fee: Free Fee: 40 RMB Attire: Formal Attire: Casual 50 | Social Events Introduction 51 | Social Events Introduction
  • 27. Map of Peking University Map of Beijing Subway AIMUN Logo: conference-related venues Blue line: proposed route for AIMUN participants 52 | Map of Peking University 53 | Map of Beijing Subway
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