Eccentric Nori

By: Ami Morinaga “Ami”

DongSu Kim “Din”

HyeJung Oh “J”

Noritaka Tsutsumi also known as (a.k.a) Nori, a

Japanese student in Cleverlearn English Language Institute (CELI)

traveled from SM City – Cebu to CELI Residences on foot.

It sounds absolutely challenging but he did it anyway.

Our group conducted an interview with him at C-Spot about his journey.

Literary Arts Club (LAC): We have heard that you hiked from SM City to CELI. It sounds quite a long journey. Why did you choose to walk by yourself?

How Well Do You Know Your Neighbor?

Kids’ Camp: Welcoming Visitors or Little Rascals?

by: Oh, Hyejung “J”

On July 19 (Sunday), some unavoidable noise woke some CELI students up in the middle of the night. Where was the noise from? Some students in their pajamas with messy hair soon spotted that eighty-two students and twelve guardians just landed in CELI Island. That peaceful and quiet Mactan Island has started to be crowded. In other words, Kids’ camp has just started. ALERT, CELI students! This place is not our cozy shelter anymore for a good while.

“My Baguio Trip”

An excerpt from an e-mail of Hella
July 19, 2009 (Sunday) 8:39A.M.

Hi teacher,

How have you been? How is your work going? Any new students? Well talking about me,

My Trip to Bohol Island

By: Sindy

(Excerpt from CELISTIAL June - July 2009 issue)

My favorite trip is coming.Saturday morning, my friends and I assembled in the Celi’s lobby at 8:30 A.M. We waited for the bus that will take us to the pier. Everyone was expecting this trip.After two hours on the boat voyage, we arrived in Bohol Island smoothly. Even though it was raining, we still felt happy and excited.

What is Your Most Unforgettable Experience?

If you’re from CELI, go for about five minutes by car, you can find Mactan Shrine. Mactan Shrine is the place where Lapu-lapu, who was the chief of Cebu Island before, fought with Spanish military unit. A leader of that unit was Magellan who was killed by Lapu-lapu. After that, Philippines built the shrine to praise in honor of him. Last Friday my friends and I decided to go Mactan Shrine. Before we went there, we heard about it from many people. They always appreciate the beauty of the place and its heroic history.

Cleverlearn English Language Institute (CELI)

Welcome to Cleverlearn English Language Institute (CELI), a fast- growing international school based in the Philippines with branches in four countries across Asia.

Cleverlearn initially started for the purpose of building confidence in communication with the use of the English language. Achieved through intensive training, students are daily exposed to three different types of classes namely 1:1, 1:4 and 1:8. The school has already catered to foreign nationals from South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Brazil, Russia and Middle East.

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I would like to learn the language

Dear All

I come from Singapore & have the privilege to travel to philippines for vacation. I would love to learn some visayan language after visiting some of the philipppine islands. How do i go about learning the basic? Is there any reference or something for me to start off with. I hope to be able to understand & answer some simple questions during a conversation or self introduction. eg. hello, thank you.

After the previous visit, would love to come back for more vacations here as philippines has alot more to offer & would like to get to know the culture, people & language etc.

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