Making a Great Video by student/videographer Yoichi

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Making a Great Video  By Yoichi Takahashi from Japan CSLI student and videographer extraordinaire Making a video – this could sound difficult. But for me it isn’t because I know it’s easy. If you know a few tips about video, then your skill will increase amazingly. Today I’m going to show you some tips to Read more…

5 things you need to know about Compass Card – Living in Vancouver as an international student

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We summarized 5 important things about using a COMPASS CARD and taking public transportation in Vancouver. Take a look and pass along these useful tips to your friends! 1. No more Monthly Passes, welcome COMPASS CARD! Monthly passes will no longer be available. Instead, you will need to get a Compass Card and load it Read more…

Teacher Interview: Sara Manning (the Listening and Pronunciation expert)

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Sara Manning is CSLI’s Listening and Pronunciation teacher extraordinaire. She also teaches the Listening and Accent Reduction Diploma program. Her classes are very challenging but students love them not only because they are of huge benefit for them but also because of Sara’s personality and sense of humour. Her dog Winston is as popular as Read more…

What Dance Taught Me

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  It took me a while to think about what dancing means to me. I started learning ballet at the age of four and danced for ten years, then continued with modern dance, contemporary, Chinese dance, flamenco, jazz, ballroom, locking, breaking, hip hop…etc. I think it is something I can’t get rid of, it is Read more…