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Waste on the Tip of the Tongue We are familiar wit
h this kind of very funny scene: after dinner in a restaurant, many eaters refuse to pack the food that is hardly touched. This reflects a serious problem in China: waste on the tip
of the tongue. Luxurious odds and ends after dinner is a common phenomenon seen in daily life. The reasons causing it are very complicated. One possible is to show off, just as many peacockish persons like to do. Since our country adopted reform and opening policy, people’s behaviors to compare wealth had come in vogue with their purses thickening. Another is that officers with diminished political consciousness use public funds to make a pig of themselves without adequate supervision. Corruption fuels waste o the tip of the tongue. Some effective measures should be taken to prevent epidemic of wasting behaviors. All media should be mobilized to popularize methods to save and preserve resources and call on people to take action. What’s more, we should cultivate thrifty habits while reminding those around us to
refrain from luxury. China unswervingly/firmly sticks to the path of peaceful development. Our focus is on our own development. Invasion, expansion, beggar-thy-neighbor policy and hegemony are not our options. And we will never repeat the beaten track of the rising powers in the past. What we sincerely seek is peaceful co-existence and common development with the rest of the world. We do not seek to maximize our own interests at the expense of others, but rather will carry out a win-win strategy of opening up. We will continue to provide help to developing countries within our capacity, and work collaboratively with developed countries on the basis of equality and mutual benefit. as admit to
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How to Reduce Stress There is no denying that people living in modern society suffer more stress from many aspects, including work, study and so on. We strive for better education, decent jobs, and better housing, etc. all these efforts produce tremendous stress. Too much stress can lead to many undesirable results. First off all, people may suffer from many physical problems,
such as insomnia, tiredness or pain. Secondly, people may undergo mental disorder, including irritability, depression and so on. Worst of all, in some cases, people commit suicide due to the unbearable stress. Many steps can be taken to reduce stress. To begin with, a right attitude toward life and work is essential for people to reduce stress. Don’t be a workaholic nor expect too much from life. In addition, share the stress you are experiencing with your family members or friends. A proper outlet for stress will do you much good. Most important of all, enjoying whatever you do will make your life meaningful and fruitful. The Double-Seventh Festival, called Qi Xi for short, falls on the seventh day of the seventh month on the Chinese lunar calendar. It is also known as “the Begging
Festival”, and it is a traditional Chinese festival full of romance. According to the legend, Niu lang (Cowherd) and Zhi nv (Weaver Maid) get together on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month every year. On this day, all the magpies will fly into the heaven and form a bridge so that these two loving birds might come together. On the same night, people can hear the loving whispers between Niu Lang and Zhi nv if they hide quietly under the grape trellis.
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is based largely on A Letter to the Local Government Dear Sir or Madam, I am a college student in this city. I am writing to you to complain about the ever-deteriorating pollution around our campus. Because of the poor environment, many students have fallen ill. Many more lose interest in their study and extra-curriculum activities. Several factors contribute to the serious situation. Firstly, the pharmaceutical plant next to our campus emits disgusting smell, which makes many students feel nausea. To make matters worse, the food stands outside the campus produces much pollution, coupled with the unhealthy food they provide. I do believe it is high time that our local government take some prompt and
effective measures to stop the pollution. Technical innovation should be introduced to the pharmaceutical plants to clean its air emission. As to the food stand, they should be banned from processing and selling food in the open air. Thanks for your time and efforts for a cleaner environment for us. Yours truly, Jia Ping Chinese is a language used by people of all the nationalities in China and is one of the working languages in the Untied Nations. Whether in the past or at present, the Chinese language has had great influence both at home and abroad and occupied a prominent status. The current worldwide interest in learning Chinese is attributable to the long history of the Chinese nation, its glorious and
magnificent culture and its tremendous contribution to human progress. More importantly, as China’s overall national strength has grown in the course of reform and opening-up over the last three decades, more and more countries and international organizations come into contact with China and take interest in Chinese culture. For them, learning the Chinese language has become the only road to a profound understanding of China.
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