Month: April 2018

At first glance the blog “An international Student’s Life in Canada” strikes me as professional and an easy to navigate blog. He clearly displays the main focuses of his website while further elaborating on them in his “About” section of the blog. In addition, he has menus which allow you to easily navigate to the […]

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The Vancouver Lookout takes passengers 553 feet above busy Vancouver and offers a beautiful 360 city view of both Vancouver and the mountains. There is also a wonderful restaurant at the top that offers delicious foods if you become hungry. You also don’t have to worry about stairs this time as it has a 40 […]

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Essay 2 Joseph Chan                                                                                                                4/10/18 301257616 I developed my blog to express myself through an alternative method that doesn’t require Facebook or Instagram. My focus was creating a blog oriented towards people planning to visit Vancouver or locals who are just looking for more places to explore and visit. I reinsured the fact that […]

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The Weekend-My Dear Melancholy The Weekend releases a new heartbreak album firing shots at both Selena Gomez and Bella Hadid. It shows still very strong Weekend notes and tones but sounds much sadder this time and the darkness really shines through in the lyrics. Rudimental-These Days A great new upbeat song with lucrative drops and […]

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Burgoo is a lovely mid-sized bistro located on Main Street in Vancouver. They do not have their own parking lot but there is plenty of street parking located around the restaurant. Specializing in comfort food, Burgoo may be one of the best places in Vancouver to stop by on a cold rainy day. I strongly […]

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The name is both apt and ironic, as the clientele is overwhelmingly gringo, but the food does hold its own as it’s reasonably authentic. All the tacos I tried were satisfying and delicious, and you can mix and match to your heart’s content among the varieties they offer. They also have a modest craft beer […]

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I don’t really that there should be too many guidelines for my website other then no racial comments and no submission of anything involving 18+ (Pornography). The main reason for this is I believe that freedom of speech is an important part of being able to discuss and have conversation online. Meanwhile, I don’t believe […]

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Spanish Bank’s located near University of British Columbia provides great views of the city as well as the North Shore. Besides being one of the largest beaches in Vancouver with logs to provide seating and large parks being near by. There’s also 8 volleyball courts, picnic tables, washrooms, and a concession stand if you find […]

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