Session I: Current Events Discussion
1. Please share one of the news or issues that you read about this week. Why were you interested in this particular item?
2. What is the significance of this news or issue? Who or what is it about? Was it reported in the media here? How would this affect our daily lives?
3. How do you think this news or issue will be viewed 10, 100, 1000 years from now? Has a similar event occurred before in history?
Session II: Article Discussion
1. What is this image trying to tell us?
2. When should you apply which principle?
3. Apply this to any social issues that you care for and discuss.
iEnglish Club Gathering Agenda
14:30-15:20 Session I: Current Events Discussion (News/Free Talk)
15:20-15:30 Feedback I
15:30-15:40 Regrouping & Break
15:40-16:00 Speaker Session
16:00-17:00 Session II: Article Discussion (Please MUST read weekly article)
17:00-17:15 Feedback II
17:15-17:30 Closing (Welcome to have dinner with us!)
場地費:150NTD (Entrance fee of 150 NTD is paid directly to the venue)
2017/08/12 Introducing the Beauty of Taiwan — iEnglish x Like It Formosa
Are you someone who would like to introduce the beauty of Taiwan to foreigners?
Then Like It Formosa is a group that you should know. Founded in 2015, their dedication to "cultural tourism" are conveyed in their walking tours, maps, blogs, and many other activities they host.
Their work has not only impressed those who have attended their activities, it has also garnered local media coverage. On 8/12, they will have someone come over to share with us their tips on showing foreigners around town in "Introducing the Beauty of Taiwan". There will also be time for hands-on exercises to practice your skills as a tour guide, a great chance to learn a new way to interact with foreigners using English.
Don't miss this chance to see those who help bring Taiwan to the world, and learn a few things from them as well!
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2017/09/02 Connecting Different Worlds — iEnglish x Tony Tsou
Having trouble understanding all those internet memes and the humor in all those comedy videos that are in English? If you have seen a translated or subtitled version of those memes or videos, chances are you may have seen ones that were translated by Tony Tsou.
Not only is Tony an online translator of humorous content, he is also an interpreter, providing simultaneous English-to-Chinese and Chinese-to-English interpretations at international conferences. It is a job that requires a good reflex and concentration as well as mastery in both English and Chinese.
iEnglish Club is honored to have invited Tony to share with us on September 2 his experience and hard work that ultimately led him to become an interpreter in “Connecting Different Worlds - My Journey of Becoming an Interpreter”
>>RSVP & Join us now at: https://www.facebook.com/events/131536537440090