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加拿大国际语言学校温哥华总校ILSC Education Group-Canada Vancouver

加拿大国际语言学校,成立于1991年,为全球100多个国家的国际生提供专业语言培训服务。1991年,加拿大国际语言学校在温哥华建立起第一家语言中心,之后逐渐发展成为国际语言培训界的翘楚,并在世界范围内的8大城市建立起连锁语言培训中心,包括加拿大的温哥华、多伦多、蒙特利尔,美国的旧金山、纽约,印度的新德里以及澳大利亚的布里斯班、悉尼。在2013到20114年间,ILSC被业界评为“游学杂志星级连锁学校”。
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温哥华地区人口200万,有十几个城镇,统称大温地区。其中温哥华市是中心,人口约80万。这些城镇之间没有隶属关系。大温地区的事务,由市长联席会议来协调。 <BR> 温哥华是加拿大西部最大的城市,靠山面洋,气候温和,占尽风物灵秀的便宜。近年来,除了亚洲移民大量拥入,加拿大其他省份的人也纷纷迁来。一方面因为在各省社会福利削减的情况下,这里的福利仍然不错。另一方面,温哥华自从1986年庆祝建城一百年时大放焰火,大竖摩登建筑,大建快速轻型铁路,高歌入云办了一次世界博览会以来,现进入了真正起飞的阶段,在经贸、交通、文化、旅游诸方面都起着引人注目的作用。 <BR>温哥华(Vancouver),座落于卑诗省西南部,是本省第一大城市,也是加拿大第三大城市,人口约150万。由于特殊的周边地理环境,形成了该市冬暖夏凉、四季宜人的舒适的气候条件,可称得上是全加拿大气候最好的城市。温哥华优越的地理位置和自然条件也使她成为加拿大西海岸最大的港口和国际贸易中心。1986年,温哥华也举办了世界博览会,从此成为一座国际性大都市。 <BR> 温哥华还是加拿大西海岸的文化中心。不列颠哥伦比亚大学(University of British Columbia, 简称UBC)和西蒙&#8226;弗雷泽大学(Simon Fraser University)是该市两所著名的高等学府。此外,伊莉莎白女王剧院和卑诗省大学人类博物馆也是知名的文化场所。 <BR>  温哥华市内公园遍布。全市共有100多个公园,其中最负盛名的自然公园是史丹利公园(Stanley Park)。其象征北美印第安文化的图腾柱(Totem Poles)是史丹利公园的重要景观。由52位中国苏州工匠设计建造的孙逸仙公园(Dr. Sun, Yatsen Gardens)极富中式格调。<BR>  温哥华交通便利,从市中心到达各处旅游景点均很方便。有“海上巴士”之称的现代化渡轮,是便宜而快速的观光工具。<BR>  温哥华聚集了大批中国移民,使得位于市区东部柏特街(Pender)的唐人街成为全加规模最大的中国城(纵横十几个街区),而在整个北美地区,其规模也仅次于美国旧金山的唐人街而位居第二。唐人街上处处洋溢着浓重的香港风韵,中文随处可见,中华商品琳琅满目。孙中山先生当年居住过的地方至今依然保存着,成为一个观光胜地。 <BR>温哥华的夜生活极为丰富多彩,有一流的剧院、酒吧、舞厅、优质中餐和日、韩餐馆等可供选择。到了温哥华,可不能不融入这一片多姿多彩的夜色之中。<BR>加拿大投资环境亦非常出色,她拥仑采用尖端技术设施的铁路网,众多的深水港和码头,便捷安全的管道运输,设施完善的大型机场,高效可靠的通讯设施,四通八达的高速公路。这些是投资者可靠的硬件保障。然而,加拿大为您提供的还远远不止这些。作为—个多民族国家,—个多世纪以来,加拿大的政局非常稳定,造就为积极发展贸易创造了良好的气氛。无论是小型的私人企业或是大型的跨因公司都可以得到发展和繁荣。这种吸引人的投资环境让我们看到了每年都有上千个新项目在兴建。<BR> 尽管高楼象雨后的蘑菇到处冒出来,但十几年毕竟还是太短。温哥华仍然是个大村庄。这个过去的“一条街城市”现在商场多了,居民区扩大了,街道宽了,交通挤了,但只要潜心观察,可发现温哥华有种根深蒂固的“一条街”式的平淡。天高地远,山水如画,田园生活和相应的行为习惯,在老居民身上留下的烙印,就象英格兰湾的晚霞还是那么瑰丽,西摩尔山峰的烟雨依旧流连飘摇。<BR>
Even after a hard night, you won't catch Vancouver needing make-up. Blessed from birth with perfect bone structure, the city has a photogenic facade and effortless chic that are often compared to San Francisco's. Nestled snugly between mountains and sea, it lies on a strip of land bounded on the north by Burrard Inlet and on the south by Fraser River.<BR>But Vancouver has more to offer than just its postcard good looks. Certainly one of the most cosmopolitan cities in North America, it is still a city of new immigrants - wander the streets and you'll hear a dozen different languages. The city also attracts young professionals and artists from the eastern provinces who come here to enjoy the city's recreation and laid-back sophistication.<BR>If there's a drawback to this place 'where everyone would want to live,' it's the rain - particularly in winter, when it rarely stops. Even in summer, a soggy spell can last for weeks. But when the sun shines gloriously and the mountains reappear, all seems to be forgiven.<BR>Population: 2 million<BR>Province: British Columbia<BR>Time Zone: Pacific Time (GMT/UTC -8)<BR>Telephone area code: 604</P><P>Attractions<BR>Gastown<BR>History buffs and dipsomaniacs wishing to raise a glass to town founder 'Gassy' Jack Deighton should head to the heart of Gastown, where the famed publican's statue stands. Along Water St at the crook of the elbow of the peninsula, the once-shabby Gastown underwent a bit of renovating in the 1970s to become a bright and shiny neo-Victorian business district. Nineteenth-century office buildings now house restaurants, bars, boutiques and galleries; old lamps line the brick streets and vendors and buskers add to the holiday feel of the area. At the western end of Water St is the world's first steam clock; you can see its works through glass panels and hear it toot every 15 minutes.</P><P>Stanley Park<BR>Jutting out from the end of the downtown peninsula is one of Vancouver's chief attractions, the much-loved Stanley Park. This 400ha (990ac) park offers outstanding views of downtown Vancouver, the North Shore and the mountains on Vancouver Island. The 10km (6mi) trail encircling the park makes for a good walk or bike ride, passing Brockton Point, where there's a fine collection of totem poles. Also within the park is the Vancouver Aquarium, brimming with dolphins, killer whales and crocodiles. The aquarium has also recreated an Amazon rainforest, complete with toucans, piranhas and tree frogs.</P><P>Chinatown<BR>About 36,000 people of Chinese descent live in the city's thriving downtown Chinatown, a designated heritage area, centered on W Pender St at the base of the peninsula. For the most part it's a real Chinese market and business district where most signs are in Chinese and English is rarely spoken. You can seek a peaceful respite from the crowded sidewalks and shops at the Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, the only full-scale Chinese garden found outside China. The garden incorporates numerous examples of the Taoist principles of yin and yang, and you won't miss any of them if you take the guided tour, included in the admission fee. Partially hidden among bulkier neighbors is the World's Narrowest Office Building (also known as the Sam Kee Building), an architectural oddity listed in the Guiness Book of Records for its skinniness.</P><P>Vanier Park<BR>On English Bay south of False Creek and below the Burrard Bridge, this park is home to a fine beach, a stand of lovely old maple trees and a number of museums. The Vancouver Museum specializes in the history of Vancouver and southwestern BC. On display are historic photos and artifacts, including an exhibit on the Salish Indians. In the same complex is the HR MacMillan Space Centre, a space-science center with regularly changing, entertaining and educational shows. A five-minute walk away, the Vancouver Maritime Museum has lots of wooden models, some old rowing boats and good displays on the city's rich maritime heritage. </P><P>University of British Columbia<BR>At the westernmost point of the city on the banks of the Georgia Strait, the campus of the University of British Columbia (UBC, as it's known) sprawls over 400ha (990ac), much of it forest. There are several interesting attractions among the beautiful grounds, including the UBC Museum of Anthropology, which has art and artifacts from Asia, Africa and the Pacific, and what is widely regarded as the best totem pole collection in the world. </P><P>Queen Elizabeth Park<BR>Vancouver's third-largest park occupies the highest point in the city. At the base are a beautiful sunken garden surrounded by small cliffs and some fantastic plants, and an Oriental-style garden filled with pools and fountains. The centerpiece of the park is the hilltop Bloedel Conservatory, where you can peruse flora from three climate zones and observe 50 species of free-flying tropical birds.<BR>
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项目类型:经典英语寄宿系列

营地编号:MZLYD-1710

营地所在的国家:加拿大,不列颠哥伦比亚省,温哥华

开展的项目:语言学习营

营地适合年龄:12-14岁,15-17岁

营地住宿类型:寄宿家庭,酒店客栈

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温哥华冬日瑞景-国际语言提升营 STU-0436 10天/8晚
温哥华西蒙菲莎大学语言浸泡提升游学营 STU-0487 12天/10晚