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By Zikang Zheng on July 21, 2016
I used to be an architecture student in China. There, I learnt that Le Corbusier was one of greatest architectural radicals within the Realism movement and that he was also a painter. He created five new architectural techniques: pilotis, free façades, ribbon windows, open floor plans, and roof terraces. I knew that he had been […]
By Mei-fang Yen on July 21, 2016
I took an unforgettable trip with ELI last weekend. I was in a group of around two-hundred students at Whistler for a three-day trip. Actually, this was not my first time to Whistler. I went there with my family last winter and made some great memories there. This time, however, I was there in the […]
By Boming Zhang on July 21, 2016
For many international students, the word “jet lag” represents an unpleasant, if not miserable experience. Over the last 55 hours, I suffered a great deal from a headache and a lack of sleep caused by jet lag. However, at this very moment, I feel grateful for having had jet lag. You see, because I could […]