Featured Video: I Am a Princess


Every girl can be a princess. Tiaras, gowns, and princes; these do not make up a princess but it makes up royalty. True princesses do not need royalty or horse-drawn carriages like what we see on television. It’s about confidence, being strong, and a big heart. What makes a princess? A real princess is confident. […]

Featured Video: Why Can’t We Walk Straight?


Science usually reminds us of lab coats, thick books and microscopes. Einstein, Galileo and Edison; rockets, astronauts, space ships; animals, plants and humans, these make up science, but only a part of it. There is science in everything we see, hear, smell, feel and taste. With the help of science, who knows but we may […]

Featured Video: Blogs in Plain English


Online communities have become very important over the past few years for gaining friends, establishing relationships, and interacting with others. One of the more significant characteristics in these online communities are web logs. A web blog, more commonly known as a blog is basically an online diary. It’s a perfect venue for thoughts and opinions. […]

Featured Video: Child of the 90s


If you weren’t born during the 90s, you’ll never know what it felt like to push a Betamax or VHS tape into a VCR. The kids of today will never know the relationship between a pencil and a cassette tape. Before the Xbox or the PlayStation, we played Furbies and Pogs. Sodas were cool but […]

Featured Video: Love Sick


We love love. We also love Valentine’s Day. Don’t be a lonely soul. Go out there and love. February 14 is about spending time with your loved ones. If you don’t have someone to hold hands with while walking, spend it with your siblings or your parents. It may be hard to get away from […]

Featured Video: The Chinese New Year: From Fear to Festivity


For the Chinese people, the start of new life begins on the first day of the lunar month. The spring festival commonly known as the Chinese New Year, is the most celebrated event in the Chinese calendar. According to legend, a lion-like monster, Nian, preyed upon the villagers during New Year’s Eve. To keep the […]

Featured Video: The Soup that Endangered Sharks


Sharks have been around for hundreds of millions of years yet the human population is on its course by killing them within a few years. It is a traditional Chinese delicacy offered in banquets and ceremonies for the elite and is usually reserved for special occasions. Now, it is commonly served in major cities . […]

Featured Video: Get Things Done


We always want to get stuff done but it’s always difficult to get things started. It’s true that there is always tomorrow but why not do something useful today that you will thank your future self for? We have seven days in a week and “someday” isn’t one of them. Make sure that you always […]

Featured Video: Dealing with Social Network Addiction


People and groups with shared interests have been more connected than ever with the explosion of social networking sites. These sites allow us to connect with people we have or haven’t met around the world. The biggest and probably most famous of these has to be Facebook. There are currently over 400 million users worldwide, […]

Featured Video: The Last

The Last

“How many have you loved?” This short film talks about a young man who attempts to answer a deep question from his girlfriend. Find out what the young guy’s answer is in this romantic video about youth and love. How about you? Have you found the last? http://www.englishcentral.com/video/19356/who-i-loved If you want to see more of […]


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