Life in Baguio is a blast and somehow, not. This is according to Renny, a student of General ESL, who recounts her experiences in Baguio through good times and bad times in this essay. It is almost time for Renny to go back to her hometown but she will definitely bring with her the good …
Joe was a student of General ESL and has recently graduated. His essay explains how Chuseok is celebrated in Korea and also expresses how this tradition is becoming insignificant to some. His composition placed first in the Essential Intermediate level.
Han is a student of General ESL who wrote about the various misfortunes he faced during his summer vacation. Despite his bad luck, however, the time spent with friends and a starry night made this particular retreat unforgettable. His essay won second place in the Essential Advanced level.
Rudy was a student of General ESL and has recently finished his studies in Monol. Though his essay is not particular to memories of Chuseok, Baguio, or summer vacation, he relates to us the relevance of China’s Spring Festival and gives us a bit of its history as well. His essay got first place in …
Whenever we regret about something, we will eventually hope to quell any disappointment that came with it and carry on. Read the essay of one of our previous students in General ESL as she reveals what she regrets and wishes about the past.
Alice is one of the 13 students who joined the second cross cultural immersion program held at Pines City High School last August 26, 2014. Though brief, read on as she expresses her thoughts on the exciting activities she did with the Grade 7 students who opened their arms to her.
This essay was written by a previous Business English student who openly shared the trials she faced and how her life changed.
What does it take to be successful in the future? Read on as Din guides you through what she thinks are the requirements of a good future.
Read on as Jeremy writes about his hometown, South Korea! Know a little bit of their history and what the best delicacies are, for those of you who plan to visit in the future.
Sky writes about his hometown, China, and gives us a description of, what he calls as, the most impressive project ever built in their country – the subway.