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University Canada West’s MBA program is back!

**Good News for Students!!***

We would like to inform you that University Canada West’s MBA Program is Back!!

Minister of Advanced Education has renewed consent for UCW to keep offering world class quality MBA program. UCW has satisfied and met the Special Terms and Conditions of Ministerial Consent under the Ministry of Advanced Education and the Degree Quality Assessment Board.

UCW MBA program features:

• No application fee
• Four entry points: January, April, July and September
• No GMAT needed
• International students can apply for up to $20,000 scholarships
• Students who do not have 5 years of working experience would apply for MBA foundation program first (3 months program, tuition fees: $6,900)
• Total tuition fees: $34,560
• Upon success completion, international students may eligible to apply for post graduate work permit

UCW MBA requirement:

• A bachelor’s degree from a recognized university, with a grade of 70% (or equivalent) or a cumulate GPA of 3.0 out of 4.33 Scale or better
• IELTS 6.5
If student does not meet IELTS 6.5. Student may take University Access program:
§ Minimum 5.0 IELTS or equivalent for 9 months duration
§ 5.5 IELTS or equivalent for 6 months duration
§ 6.0 IELTS or equivalent for 9 months duration
§ $3,500 tuition fees for every 3 months
• No GMAT
Need to satisfy one of the following:
o Professional Designation
o Graduate Degree
o 5+ years of management experience with evidence of career progression

For more information, please send inquiry email to info@2canada.org

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Low Pay, No way – Develop Your Personal Brand: Increase Your Opportunity for a Higher Pay

Taiwan Association for Future Leaders (TAFL) is pleased to host its second sit and dine workshop seminar: Low Pay? No Way! This workshop seminar is set to focus on more of an industry-related topic, and is opened to University Students, New Graduates, and Entry-Level Business Professionals.

The evening will feature three keynote speakers who will deliver their focus on developing your personal brand from both a professional and also personal standpoint; in addition, each renowned speaker will be sharing their insights and experiences for a specific topic, of their interests, in relation to personal branding. During the event, there will also be a networking session held before and after the workshop seminar, where attendees and industry professionals will have the opportunity to build invaluable relationships with one another, while also learning about the many industries available to them.

Featured Keynote Speakers include:

Shang Ping Han – World Journal President

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Alex Fan – CIBC District Vice President, Vancouver Westside & Richmond District & National Asian Banking

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Ling Chu – • Manager for S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Burnaby Service Center

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Schedule for the Evening:
6:00pm – 7:00pm: Buffet Dinner/Networking Session
7:00pm – 8:00pm: Keynote Speakers (20 minutes/speaker)
8:00pm – 8:30pm: Q&A Session
8:30pm – 9:00pm: Second Round of Networking

TAFL hopes to provide a platform where young adults are given an opportunity to hear from, as well as network with experienced business professionals.

Date: April 1st, 2015
Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pm (Registration begins at 6:00pm)
Location: Best Western PLUS Chateau Granville Hotel & Conference Center (1100 Granville Street, Vancouver)

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Ticket (include entrance, buffet dinner, and drinks):
TAFL Members: $33
Non-TAFL Members: $38

Dress Code: Business Casual

Register via EventBrite:
http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/low-pay-no-way–tickets-16026024270

Please RSVP via EventBrite on the link above. Should you have any questions or concerns, e-mail info@futureleader.ca

Students Ended Overseas Winter Camp University Tour in Beautiful British Columbia

*** Overseas Winter Camp University Tour Finished***
It is hard for students came from Taiwan to say goodbye to Vancouver. It has been a wonderful 8 days exploration here.
Hanyin Group strives to ensure that each and every student has an exciting, educational and memorable experience at this winter camp. We are aware that camp experiences remain with individuals long into their adult years, making it vitally important that we ensure each and every one of our camp programs is delivered at highest possible quality. We wish all students the best for their future in the new year!

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Here are some spotlights in this Winter Camp

University of British Columbia

The University of British Columbia (UBC) is a public research university with campuses and facilities in the province of British Columbia, Canada.UBC has been ranked among the 40 best universities in the world. UBC faculty, alumni, and researchers have won seven Nobel Prizes, 68 Rhodes Scholarships, 65 Olympic medals, 180 fellowships to the Royal Society of Canada. UBC is a research-intensive university that funds more than 8,000 projects with its $519 million research budget. The school encourages students, staff and faculty to challenge convention, lead discovery and explore new ways of learning. At UBC, bold thinking is given a place to develop into ideas that can change the world.

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Simon Fraser University

Simon Fraser University (SFU) is a public research university in Burnaby, British Columbia. Born in 1965, SFU has become Canada’s leading comprehensive university with vibrant campuses in British Columbia’s largest municipalities. SFU is ranked 24th from the 100 Under 50 universities 2014 in the world by the Times Higher Education. SFU was also ranked first among Canada’s comprehensive universities in 2015 by Maclean’s.

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Stanley Park
Stanley Park is a 1,000-acre public park that situated at the northwestern edge of downtown Vancouver. The public park is almost entirely surrounded by waters of Vancouver Harbour and English Bay.
Unlike other large urban parks, Stanley Park is not the creation of a landscape architect, but rather the evolution of a forest and urban space over many years. The park was originally used by indigenous peoples for thousand years until it was colonized by the British Empire.
Most of the park remains as densely forested as it was in the late 1800s, with about a half million trees. Significant effort was put into constructing the Vancouver seawall, which can attract thousands of residences and visitors to the park every day, and 8 million visitors each year. Stanley Park features forest trails, beaches, lakes, children’s play areas and Vancouver Aquarium. This 1000-acre park is recognized as one of the greatest urban parks in the world. In 2014, Stanley Park was named ‘Top Park in the Entire World’ by TripAdvisor!
As Vancouver’s first park, Stanley Park has continued to live up to its “greenspace” designation for more than 120 years. For these reasons and more, this tranquil oasis is the perfect city escape.

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The Butchart Gardens
Butchart Garden is a garden attraction located in Brentwood Bay of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Over a century ago, Jennie Butchart began building what is now one of the world’s premier floral show gardens. In 2004, The Gardens was designated a National Historic Site of Canada.
World famous Butchart Gardens contains spectacular theme gardens, exotic plants, streams and ponds. Ross Fountain, the famous Sunken Garden, Rose Garden and Japanese Garden are sure to create a lasting impression.Today the gardens are open year around. The rose collection of the garden is one of the best in the world. Each rose is marked with the country of origin. There are a total of 117 varieties of tea roses now, and over million bedding plants in some 900 varieties
Each year, almost a million people visit the Butchart Gardens no matter it is in the colourful spring or in the magic of winter time. In the summer season, there are weekly symphony concerts with fireworks display and stage shows running. During the winter holiday, there are Christmas decoration with arrange of local entertainment from Jazz to Classic music.

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Whistler
Whistler is a resort town that located 125km in the north of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Whistler is Canada’s favourite year-round destination. Over two million people visit Whistler annually for alpine skiing and snowboarding. Whistler has been voted the top destinations in North America by major ski magazines since 1990s. During the 2010 Winter Olympics, Whistler was the Host Mountain Resort of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics Games.
Legendary Whistler Blackcomb is widely regarded as one of the top four-season resorts in North America. The resort appears regularly in “Best of” lists from around the globe, winning for its incomparable skiing and boarding, as well as for its hotels, restaurants and golf courses. Whistler became even more world-renowned as the site of the alpine and Nordic venues for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympics Winter Games.
Whistler is great for family too-it was chosen as #2 out of the Top 10 Family Vacations in Canada in the Travelers’ Choice 2011, and Best Family Vacations on TripAdvisor.
The pedestrianized Whistler Village also offers fine dining, vibrant nightlife, eclectic boutiques, revitalising spas and luxurious hotels.

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2015 HECI Winter Camp University Tour in Vancouver

On February 3rd, when China Air flight was arrived at Vancouver Airport. Hanyin Group was excited to welcome its CICT(Columbia International College Taiwan) students’ arrival!
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(Picture: CICT students arrived at Vancouver Airport)
This Winter Camp University Tour is taking place in Vancouver. In this Winter Camp, students will be visiting some distinguished universities such as Simon Fraser University and University of British Columbia. Students will be also visiting some of the most famous attractions such as Stanley Park, Victoria Island and ski resort Whistler.
Hanyin Group special arranged a welcome party for students from CICT in Hilton Hotel. Hanyin Group president Christina  Chang was giving a warm greeting to the students, and wish them have a fantastic week in Vancouver.
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About CICT
CICT was established in 2010 in Longtan, Taiwan. Thousands students have been successful accepted by some of the top universities in the world such as University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, University of British Columbia, and University of London. In CICT, Students will spend two years in Taiwan to gain a strong foundation in English. Then,students will spend their third year in CIC – Columbia International College that is located in Ontario, Canada. The advantages of study in CICT include teachers are all from Canada, and the course system is as the same as the Ontario course system. After graduation from CIC, students will obtain a Canadian high school diploma that allows them to apply any universities in Canada, and most schools in US and the UK. Hence, parents and students don’t need to worry if they can quickly adapt to Canadian environment.
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Know more about CICT, please visit school website: http://www.cict.com.tw/en/default.asp

Taiwan Association for Future Leaders’ official English Website has established!!!

Taiwan Association for Future Leader is a non-for -profit organization that under Hanyin Group. Our mission is to help youths grow as an individual, and build transferable skills in forms of leadership and teamwork. We aim to provide a platform where teenagers are given an opportunity to communicate and connect with leaders from the East and the West, to organize empowering events and / or workshops, and to organize international spring and summer camps for students to experience life in a different country.

TAFL January event review:

We successful hosted a seminar ‘ Soar to Greater Heights’ that set to inform and enlighten youths on how to achieve successful futures.  It was a pleasure for us to create an opportunity for youths and young adults to listen to our three honorable keynote speakers, Anne Kang (Current Burnaby City Councillor), B.C. Lee (Former Vancouver City Councillor), and Dr. Alexander Xing (Simon Fraser University Communication Instructor), on what they have gone through to achieve the success they have now! We hope our lovely guests all learned and took away a little something, whether it is a new inspiration, quote, etc, from the event!

Congratulations to Taiwan Association for Future Leaders for its newly established official English website! Please visit TAFL website at www.futureleader.ca for more events’ information and updates!

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Our 2015 Spring Camp in Taiwan—Published by World Journal

on January 27th, Hanyin Group President was interviewed by World Journalist Christine Chang!

2015 Spring Camp in Taiwan is organized by Hanyin Group, and Co-organized by World Journal. In this Spring Camp, students will be guided by Canadian teachers through the whole journey. The Spring Camp is special designed by the camp specialists in Taiwan. Students will have classes and discussions in the morning, sightseeing, extra-curriculum in the afternoon, and BBQ,fireworks and party during the night. Students will also take trains to visit small towns and make their own handcraft in the Arts & Craft center! In addition, students will be visiting some of the most famous attractions of Taiwan. We hope more students can spend an unforgettable Spring Break in Taiwan!

Time: March 7- March 17
Early Bird signing up fee: $799 (flight ticket excluded) 【Deadline: Feb 5th】

Fee: $999 (Flight ticket excluded) 【Deadline: Feb 20th】
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Soar to Greater Heights

It was such an honor to hear three keynote speakers to share their precious life experiences with us last Friday. As an audience, I feel deeply attached and touched by these speakers. Now, I want to recall the seminar and share with you all here.

The first speaker is B.C. Lee, the Former Vancouver City Councillor. He was first elected as Vancouver City Councillor in 2008. Before that, he was a famous political commentator. He call him self as “Catholic Buddhist’, he explains he doesn’t want to limit his region to one but anyone who has religion belief should obey the religions rules or standards. Now, he is engaging himself with some music shows in Vancouver. It seems there is no certain refrain in his life, he was a host, a pop singer and he is still open minded about new things in life. You may not believe what has happened to him in the last few years. Here is the story that he shared with us in the seminar. B.C. Life is not easy as it meant to be. He said it was tough to fight cancer when he was just being nominated as provincial senator that he had prepared it for so long. But he had to give it up because he knew that he can only contribute more to the community when his body is recovered. Now, we are happy for B.C. Lee because his body is totally recovered and he is ready to take the next step in his political career.

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The second speaker is Anne Kang, who is known as Current Burnaby City Councillor. Anne Kang was elected as the youngest city Councillor in 2008. At that time, she was only 28. She is still a elementary school music teacher and a Councillor. She describes it was a huge change when she decided to jump into politician, especially for a young lady at that time. Now, she is committing herself in community building and environment sustainability. The biggest motivation for her in life is curiosity. Because she want to do so many things for the local community, and she just can’t wait to get up in the morning and doing the work. Like what she says “only after experiencing critical environment and temperature, coal can become diamonds.” People become stronger when they experience more difficulties.

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The third speaker is Simon Fraser University Communication Professor Dr. Xing. He worked in the biggest journalist institution in China for 10 years. But he gave up his journalist future because he wants to go abroad to study politics. So he came to Canada alone and start his study. For some reason, He changed his major from politics to communication because he thought communication would be easier. However, It takes 7 years for him to finish his PHD degree. From his experience, it is hard to imagine that he abandoned so many things just for a goal he was going to pursuing . Once he set the goal, and he just keep doing it . Like what he said ” The way ahead is long; I see no ending, yet high and low I’ll search with my will unbending. ”

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I wish by sharing all of three speakers stories to motivate us : do not feel frustrated when you are facing difficulties in life, because you know one day you will be on the top of mountain and glance the amazing view!