Rock and Roll in Van!

Student in CSLI English school Vancouver

If you are a fan of rock ‘n roll, vintage or alternative culture, Vancouver can be a great place for you. In this article I  will talk about some places, types of music, style and whatever you need to know about “alternative life.” First there are a lot of pubs and bars where you can Read more…

Japanese traditional clothing: KIMONO!

CSLI Student Ai from Japan

Everyone knows Samurai wears kimono. I will introduce especially girls’ kimono. Kimono is Japanese traditional clothing. The word “kimono” means “wear thing”. Kimono has been used by many languages. Kimono has straight – lined robes and it talls to the ankles, with attached collars and long wide sleeves. Females wear kimono always with right side Read more…

Hockey in Van!

CSLI Student Renan from Brazil

What I would say about hockey in Vancouver?  Actually, it is a perfect combination when we are talking about relationship among fans of hockey, passion and admiration. As should you know, Ice Hockey is the most popular sport in Canada. Honestly I don’t have background about this game, in the beginning I didn’t understand about Read more…

Vancouver’s learning

CSLI Student Nuria from Spain

Emigrate to another country is not easy. Is an important decision in your live, but if you go with an open mind and with a willingness to learn about the culture of the new country where you going.. That will be awesome. I’m so happy to discover new Canadian traditions, and I try to adopted Read more…

Tour to the Rocky Mountains

CSLI student Melody

This was the most unforgettable travel that I’ve ever taken so far. I can’t wait to share this exploration with you! I thought our groups were so fortunate, the weather was sunny and comfortable during the four-day itinerary. As a consequence, we could fully enjoy the scenery. When it comes to the Rockies, we couldn’t Read more…

My 5 favorite points of Vancouver!

CSLI Student Tomomi Ogawa from Japan

I have stayed at CSLI for 9 months. Today, I will introduce my 5 favourite points of Vancouver from my Vancouver life.   1. International My best memory of Vancouver is “I got a long with many friends from different countries. I have met many students who I couldn’t meet if I was in Japan Read more…