In the latest instalment of the much-loved Historical Crisis Committee (HCC), delegates will traverse time and find themselves at the outset of the Battle for Malaya during WWII. Delegates will be conferred the roles of prominent officials within the British military and civilian government, and they will face the formidable challenge of repelling the impending Japanese invasion. Much will be at stake, for the island of Singapore – located at the tip of the Malayan peninsula – was a major British military base and a cornerstone of British imperial defence. Delegates will experience the thrill of engaging in combat amidst dealing with pressing economic and social issues. Delegates must challenge themselves to act swiftly, decisively and effectively, for the security of Malaya lies in their hands.
Tan Shi Qi
Shi Qi really lives up to her surname, having extremely Tanned skin due to her sporty lifestyle. Although she looks rather aloof, Shi Qi loves chatting with others and building relations. She looks forward to creating an enriching experience for all delegates in HCC!
Chong Tze Zhao
Tze (pronounced “Zi”) Zhao is a JC1 student taking the rarely spotted subject combination of Physics, Computing, Math and History. Despite being having the stereotypical nerdy traits of a science student, his strong interest in the humanities has led him to join the MUN circuit. He spends whatever free time he has juggling between reading wikipedia pages, studying memes, and digesting any other random information he can get his itchy hands on. He hopes that council will find this MUN fruitful and wishes the council all the best.
Adam Seah Jun Hui
Having ended a fulfilling run of sixteen conferences as a delegate and chair, Adam is excited to take on his first crisis backroom role. With crisis experience as a delegate in both local and overseas conferences, Adam will step up to be part of the team that runs the most advanced council in MUN. Whether you are trying crisis for the first time or a seasoned crisis delegate, he hopes that you will have a meaningful and enjoyable learning experience here at DHAP HCC - just as he has.
Nicholas Soh Kai Sern
Nicholas is a Year 6 student who, like every other student in his cohort, is suffering from the shackles of the A levels. Nicknamed “Winnie the Pooh” by his Economics tutor, he as admitted that he shares many uncanny similarities with it (including looks). Like how Pooh made his last appearance in the Christopher Robin movie, DHAP 2019 would be Nicholas’ swan song. In school, he is usually seen struggling to stay awake during lectures as well as attempting to cope with his infinite number of commitments! He is aware that MUN is more often than not a very nerve-wracking experience, but believes that there is still much to gain from it. He looks forward to seeing delegates have a fruitful and enjoyable time during council. He assures all that HCC will be one that will go down in history as a crisis simulation like no other. :’)
Marc Tay Zhi Wei
Marc loves cracking lame jokes and playing sports. He also enjoys reading up on history and current affairs. He wishes all delegates a fruitful DHAP 2019!
Soh Jing Zhi, Ryan
Otherwise known as the guy whose eyes cannot be seen when he smiles, Ryan enjoys eating and sleeping and awaits the day he will be free of all work so that he can catch up on his sleep. During his free time, he is often found scrolling through his news resource that resembles nothing but a Twitter, due to his interest in global affairs, or Youtube where he finds mashups to listen to! He also looks forward to seeing the council have a fruitful experience together and wishes all delegates the best!