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On October 9, Nature published a paper providing the results of new dating techniques that have been used to determine the age of prehistoric rock art motifs in volcanic caves on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. Archaeologists have determined that some of the art was created at least 40,000 years ago, so that human cave art existed in Southeast Asia as long ago as in Europe.10月9日,《自然》杂志刊登了一篇文章提供了新的年代判定方法,用于确定印尼苏拉威苏岛火山洞穴中史前岩石艺术作品的年代。考古学家已经确认有些艺术作品至少创建于4万年前,因此东南亚洞穴人类艺术作品存在历史与欧洲一样久远。Archaeologists have long been puzzled about the absence of prehistoric rock art in other places beside Europe, especially since they have aly agreed that modern humans were established in South Asia and the Far East by 50,000 years ago. Thanks to new dating techniques, we now know that humans were producing rock art at both ends of the Pleistocene Eurasian world.考古学家一直纠结于在欧洲之外缺乏史前岩石艺术品,特别是他们已经认可了南亚和中东存在现代人类的历史能够追溯到5万年前的实归功于新的年代判定技术,现在我们知道了在更新世期间欧亚大陆两端的人类都曾创作了岩石艺术。Sulawesi is the world#39;s eleventh largest island and is located in Wallacea, the zone of oceanic islands that lies between Asia and Australia. The Maros and Pangkep regions, where the rock art has been dated, cover about 450 square kilometers of the island#39;s southwest peninsula. The caves containing the motifs were carved into the landscape by ancient volcanic lava flows that cut into the limestone, forming clusters of towers that erupt from the plains.苏拉威苏是世界上第十一大岛,座落于亚洲和澳大利亚大陆之间的海域内华莱士群岛。发现岩石艺术品的马洛斯和庞格普地区位于该岛的西南部,占地450平方公里。由古老火山熔岩冲击石灰岩形成的洞穴中,存在着雕刻成风景样式的艺术作品,展现了平原上的成群的高塔.The network of foot caves formed around the bases of the towers were occupied by prehistoric humans who migrated east from Africa. As a result of this discovery, the ed Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has added these caves to a tentative list of protected world heritage sites. Final selection to the World Heritage List is based on criteria that demonstrate a site#39;s importance for the world#39;s population.围绕着高塔的基座形成了人类足以进入的洞穴群,当时被从非洲迁徙到东方的史前人类所占据。联合国教科文组织将这一发现增补为临时性世界保护遗址。世界保护遗址最终遴选结果将基于遗址对世界人口影响的重要性进行评判。Bird Cave in Maros马洛斯地区的鸟类洞穴Archaeologists have previously discovered materials used by humans within many of the cave walls and have discovered a total of 90 rock art sites. Previously, the earliest dated evidence for human occupation at Sulawesi came from radiocarbon dates of excavated deposits in two different caves that showed people were using them for habitation approximately 35,000 years ago. Both sites had previously yielded evidence of pigment use, including hematite (iron oxide) crayons and ochre-smeared stone tools, implements that were likely used in the creation of rock art.之前考古学家在很多洞穴墙壁上都发现了人工痕迹,并且总共发现了90块岩石艺术作品。之前,苏拉威苏遗址最早的人类居住痕迹来自于从两处不同的洞穴中挖掘出的沉积物,放射性炭检测显示大约在3.5万前有人类穴居于此。之前两处遗址中出土的据显示有染色的痕迹,包括:使用赤铁块以及褐石,这些都可能用于岩石作品的创作。The Maros-Pangkep rock art was actually first recorded in the 1950s and has been studied extensively by researchers over the subsequent decades. There are two distinct styles of art within the caves, dated to the Pleistocene period, which extends between 2.58 million years ago and 11,700 years ago.事实上马洛斯-庞格普岩石艺术最早记录50年代,随后几十年来研究者们一直对此进行了广泛研究。在洞穴中,存在有两种明显的艺术风格,可以追溯到更新世时期,即距今258万年年至11700年前。Hands in Pettakere Cave派塔克洞穴中的手形图案The first consists of human hand stencils made by spraying wet pigment around human hands that were pressed against the surfaces. Pleistocene humans likely placed pigment in their mouths in order to create such a spray. The less common style of cave art found at Maros-Pangkep is characterized by larger, naturalistic profile paintings of wild land mammals that were native to the island during the Pleistocene period.最初的人类手形图案通过将手掌压在绘图面上,围绕手掌喷洒染料液进行制作。更新世时期的人类可能将染料液含在口中制造喷洒效果。马洛斯-庞格普地区的洞穴艺术品中较为少见的风格是绘制较大的野生哺乳动物的自然轮廓画,这些动物在更新世时期生活在该岛上。Both motifs, primarily red in coloration, have typically been found on high roofs and elevated parts of rock walls that are difficult to access. They are often found close to site entrances, but archaeologists have also discovered specimens within deep, dark chambers. The subjects and placements found here often resemble those of European cave art of roughly similar age.两种风格的作品基本上都采用了红色,通常发现于较难接触到的洞顶和岩壁的高处,一般都接近洞口。但考古学家在黑暗的洞穴深处也发现了一些样本。发现的样本和布置方式都与同时期欧洲洞穴艺术较为相似。Archaeologists used uranium-series dating techniques to analyze coralloids associated with 12 human hand stencils and two figurative animal depictions from seven cave sites in the Maros-Pangkep caves. Coralloids are small nodes of calcite that form on the surfaces of limestone caves, including on top of and beneath the rock art found in考古学家利用铀系列放射标定技术分析了从马洛斯-庞格普地区7个洞穴中12处手掌图案和2处动物图形的珊瑚点。珊瑚点是在石灰岩洞表面上形成的方解石小斑点,包括在岩石艺术品的顶部和底下发现的珊瑚点。In cases where coralloid formed on top of paintings, uranium dates provide a minimum age for the underlying rock art. In some cases, however, painters created their art over the tops of coralloids that then continued to grow. Technicians were therefore able to provide both minimum and maximum ages for such motifs.有些情况下,在图案的上面形成珊瑚点,铀判定能够给出下部母岩上图案的最低年份。然而,很多情况下,绘制者创作的图案覆盖到上面的珊瑚点,此后珊瑚点会继续生长。因此技术人员能够得出这些作品的最低和最高年份。The earliest dated image at Maros-Pangkep is a hand stencil with a minimum age of 39,900 years ago, making it the oldest known hand stencil in the world. A nearby painting of a “pig-deer” was also dated to 35,400 years ago and is now among the oldest known figurative depictions in the world.马洛斯-庞格普地区最早的图案是一幅手形图,最低年份在39900年前,这也成为目前世界上最古老的手形图。该图案附近的一幅“猪鹿”图也要追溯于35400年前,属于世界上已知的最古老的形象画之一。This dating of rock art in Sulawesi has implications for our understanding of symbolic traditions in the wider region. Similar art styles have previously been discovered in Borneo and other locations in Southeast Asia, and rock art in northern Australia also features hand stencils and paintings of animals. Many of the excavated deposits associated with these motifs have been dated to as far back as 50,000 years ago, and evidence of ochre processing and hematite crayons have also been found in these areas.标定苏拉威苏地区岩石艺术对于我们理解更广泛地区的象形传统具有较高意义。此前,在婆罗洲和东南亚其他地区也发现过相似风格的艺术作品。澳洲北部的岩石艺术也以手形图和动物绘画而见长。已发掘的很多与这些艺术品相关的沉积物能够追溯远到5万年前,在这些地区也发现了赤石和褐石作为染料的痕迹。These new findings also provide us with new information regarding the origins of Paleolithic rock art, which has previously been dominated by a Eurocentric focus. Archaeologists have generally fallen into two camps regarding the origins of prehistoric cave art. Some argue that rock art originated in Europe and developed over thousands of years, resulting in the more sophisticated representations of animals at Lasceaux and Altamira 20,000 years ago.这些新发现还为我们研究更新世岩石艺术提供了新的信息,而之前一直被欧洲的考古发现所主导。对于更新世洞穴艺术的起源问题,基本上考古学家们分化成两种阵营。有些人认为岩石艺术发源于欧洲,并且发展了数千年,形成了2万年前拉斯西奥斯和阿塔米亚洞穴中更加复杂的动物图案。Others, including the authors of the Nature article, suggest that cave art developed more broadly, and some even go so far as to suggest that cave painting may have been widely practiced by the first wave of Homo sapiens who left Africa tens of thousands of years earlier.另外一些人包括《自然》杂志上文章的作者在内,都认为洞穴艺术的发展更具广泛性,有些人甚至进一步认为或许数万年前离开非洲的第一波赫姆智人便已经普遍创作过洞穴图案。One limitation of examining rock art is the survivability and deterioration of the motifs over time. The Nature article authors explain in their paper that, even in prehistoric times, rock art was aly in an advanced state of deterioration. Local custodians have further reported that the loss of the art has accelerated in recent decades. Many pieces of rock art have undoubtedly disappeared over the millennia, leaving only remnants for archaeologists to analyze.研究岩石艺术的限制之一便是经历时间洗礼这些作品的可延续性和受到的风化。作者在《自然》杂志的文章中解释到,即使在史前时代,岩石艺术品已经遭受较严重的风化。当地的保护者进一步报告称近几十年这些艺术品的损失越来越严重。几千年来,很多岩石艺术样本无疑已经消失了,只留下残迹令考古学家分析。However, we do have evidence of the use of pigments as early as 400,000 years ago, which were also used in the practice of body painting. In 1999, archaeologists discovered more than 300 pieces of pigment in the Twin Rivers Cave in Zambia. The stratigraphic layer in which the pigments were found also contained Middle Stone Age artifacts and sediment dating to between 400,000 and 200,000 years ago. The pigments were found in a range of colors including brown, red, yellow, purple, blue, and pink that all derived from locally available minerals.然而,我们确实掌握了早在40万年前人类利用染料的据,也被用于人体绘。1999年,考古学家在赞比亚的双子河流域洞穴中发现300多个染料样本。发现染料的地层中还包含有中石器时代器物和沉积物,起始于40万至20万年间。发现的染料包含有棕色、红色、黄色、紫色、蓝色以及粉色,全部来自于当地的矿物质。In an interview with National Geographic, Alistair Pike, one of the archaeologists who authored the Nature article, speculated on why prehistoric humans around the world started creating cave art. He explained that in the past one argument ;was that when modern humans migrated to Europe, they competed with Neanderthals for caves, which led to a cultural change.;《自然》杂志上文章的作者之一,派克接受国家地理频道采访时,围绕着世界各地的史前人类开始创作洞穴艺术,思索他们为何会这样做。他解释道过去的一种观点认为“这源于现代人类移居到欧洲时,他们需要与当地穴居人竞争洞穴,因此导致了文化的变迁。”;What#39;s clear now is that the phenomenon happened elsewhere,; he continued. ;Once modern people left Africa, they might have faced a different environment and social situation [and] different puzzles. They may have had to live in larger groups to survive, which leads to a need for stronger socialization. One way to display rituals and symbols is with cave art.;“目前我们清楚了解了其他地区出现的现象,”他继续说道。“一旦现代人类离开非洲,他们或许要面对一个不同的环境和社会状态,要处理不同的难题。他们或许不得不为了生存而组成更大的居住群体,导致他们需要更高的社会化。办法之一便是通过洞穴艺术来举行仪式,展示象征符号。”His interview also hints at just how similar prehistoric humans were to us today. ;Certainly making hand stencils seems a universal human practice. Children love to make handprints, even today. We see them in cave art in different times and places everywhere,; Pike stated. ;It could just be that the urge to make cave art is universal.;采访中他还暗示史前人类与我们今天的做法会如此相似。“制作手形图案似乎肯定是人类的一种普遍行为。即使今天,儿童们也喜欢制作手形印记。在不同的时期不同地点的洞穴艺术中我都发现了这一点,”派克说道。“可能就是源于这种冲动使洞穴艺术成为普遍现象。”He further states that similarities between cave art in Europe and Asia undoubtedly go much deeper. This ;is why we need to find more cave paintings,; he explained. In addition, we must obtain the resources and financial ability to perform similar tests on rock art motifs that we aly know about. While we know of approximately 90 motifs on Sulawesi, there are, without a doubt, thousands or even tens of thousands around the world, both discovered and undiscovered, waiting to tell us more about our ancestors.他进一步陈述到欧洲和亚洲洞穴艺术的相似性无疑会进一步加深。这是“为何我们需要发掘更多洞穴绘画的原因,”他解释到。此外,我们必须得到对已知的岩石艺作品开展类似研究的资源和资金。虽然我们研究了苏拉威苏的大约90块艺术作品,但毋庸置疑的是全世界仍存在数千乃至数万件岩石艺术作品,无论是已发掘出的还是为被发现的,都在等着我们去探求祖先留下的信息。 /201411/344086盐城市第二人民医院男科医生3.Flooding Therapy3.满灌疗法Phobias, extreme and irrational fears, can cause much anxiety and pain. But never fear; anxiety caused by spiders, dogs, and even elevators can all be alleviated through flooding, an intense form of exposure therapy that requires patients to face their fears.恐惧、惊骇会引发焦虑和痛苦。但不用担心,满灌疗法(患者直面他们所恐惧的情景),能帮患者摆脱害怕蜘蛛、,甚至害怕电梯的心理焦虑。Irrational fears are cured by exposing the patient to the fear-inducing object over a long period of time. For example, a person looking to get rid of his fear of dogs may start by just looking at photos of dogs under the supervision of a trained professional. Therapy continues with an ;exposure; to dogs in person and eventually working up the courage to pet actual puppies. The slow pace of learning to manage fear has proven to have high success rates in gently treating anxiety, phobias, and post-traumatic stress disorder.让患者长时间接触他所恐惧的事物,能治愈他对此事物产生的莫名恐惧。譬如,要让患者摆脱;恐症;,专业人士一开始会引导他们尝试着去看的照片。接下来治疗师会让患者和;直接接触;,最终激发他抚摸宠物的勇气。试着战胜恐惧的缓慢过程,对焦虑、恐惧和创伤后应激障碍等症状疗效显著。Flooding therapy works just like exposure therapy, except there is nothing slow about it. Patients will be asked to face full-on fear in the first visit. There is no gradual introduction to the feared object, and flooding can be quite intense. Dog-phobic individuals will be asked to play with puppies right away and elevator-hating people will spend their first flooding session riding the lift without breaks. Flooding therapy evokes a strong anxiety response that in theory, will exhaust the patient into letting go of the irrational fear.满灌疗法和暴露疗法一样直截了当:患者第一次求医,医生就会让他们直面所有令其恐惧的场景。满灌疗法带来的刺激十分强烈,因为这种疗法不是循序渐进的,不会让患者慢慢接触他所恐惧的事物——理疗师会安排害怕的患者直接和小玩耍,让害怕乘坐电梯的患者直接去乘坐电梯。满灌疗法的原理,是激发患者内心强烈的焦虑感,进而消除恐惧感。However, critics say that intense exposures may not be therapeutic but instead traumatic to people aly struggling with extreme fear. In some cases, flooding actually makes the phobia worse. There is no way to know if a patient will respond well to flooding therapy, so the general consensus is that slow and steady wins the race.然而,有批评者指出,这样的暴露疗法不但不会起到治疗效果,反而会适得其反,让已经备受恐惧折磨的患者更加痛苦。的确,有患者接受满灌疗法后,恐惧感有增无减。患者是否会对满灌疗法产生不良反应,无法预测;所以,使用满灌疗法时不急于求成,效果可能更好。2.Puppet Therapy2.玩偶疗法Dragons, pigs, and puppies can help you learn to deal with an overbearing boss, an annoying neighbor, or a troublesome child. Puppets play an important role in therapy by helping patients express emotions and practice difficult conversations in the safe company of a stuffed animal. As they practice being assertive with a toothy tiger puppet, patients might feel freer to stand up for themselves outside of therapy. Puppets make it easier for patients, especially children, to practice expressing difficult emotions, discuss abuse, or practice social skills in a playful way.龙、猪、小等一些玩偶可以帮助你学会怎样应对一个难以忍受的老板、一个令人厌烦的邻居,或是一个难以管教的孩子。玩偶在治疗中很重要,不仅能够帮助病人表达感情,而且在填充玩具的陪伴下,病人可以安全地练习有难度的对话。如果病人能在张牙舞爪的老虎玩偶面前保持勇敢自信,那么他们可能会在治疗之外更自然地相信自己。玩偶使得病人,尤其是孩子们,在练习表达复杂的感情、讨论被虐待的情况或者实践社交技能时更加容易,方式更加有趣。Puppets create a safe distance between the therapist and patient, so it feels more comfortable speaking through the puppet. Trained therapists can creatively mirror the child’s problems, which makes introducing difficult topics easier. For example, a girl struggling with moving to a new town is told that the puppet has just moved, too.玩偶在治疗师和病人之间创造了一段安全的距离,所以通过玩偶来说话会让人感到更舒。训练有素的治疗师能够创造性地反映出孩子的问题,这也使得进入有难度的话题变得容易。比如,一个纠结于搬到新城市的女孩得知玩偶也已经搬过去了。The therapist interviews the puppet, rather than the patient, which gives the patient license to say whatever they feel. Puppets, and other forms of play therapy, have proven to be excellent ways to teach autistic children social skills or to practice imaginative thought.治疗师会询问玩偶而不是病人,这给了病人说出所有他们的感受的许可。玩偶,以及其他治疗形式,已经被明是自闭症儿童学习社交技巧或是锻炼想象力的绝佳方法。1.Horticulture Therapy1.园艺疗法Imagine the patience and knowledge it takes to grow a tiny seed into a strong tree. In horticulture therapy, therapists combine their love for nature with their expertise in mental health to teach those skills. Much like equine therapy uses the horse to teach skills, horticulture therapists use plants to convey different lessons and skills. Working in prisons, hospitals, and nursing homes, therapists initiate conversation while gardening or crafting pinecone bird feeders.试想让一颗种子长大成一棵大树需要花费的耐心和知识。在园艺疗法中,治疗师们结合他们对自然的爱和精神健康方面的专业知识去教授这些技能。很像马匹疗法中用马匹教会患者一些生活技能,园艺疗法用植物去传授不同经验和技能。在监狱、医院和疗养院的治疗师们,会借用进行园艺工作或者制造松果喂鸟机的机会展开对话。As groups work together to plant flowers or grow gardens, therapists lead conversations on confidence and teamwork. Horticulture therapy is especially useful for people with disabilities. Activities can be designed for people in wheelchairs or with other special needs. Anyone can delight in the happiness of watching a flower grow. It can be a great source of pride to watch a planted seed grow and be instrumental in its care. By connecting with nature, patients find calmness to bring into their own lives.当每个组一起种花或打理果园时,治疗师们会引导患者谈论信心和合作的话题。园艺疗法对身患残疾的人特别有帮助。可以为坐在轮椅上的或有其他特殊需求的人设计活动。任何人在看到花儿成长时都会感到幸福和喜悦。看到种下的种子不断成长,并且自己的呵护有了作用,这会带来一种极大的自豪感。通过与自然相联系,病人们将平静带进了自己的生活中。审校:Amy.L 编辑:Freya然 校对:落花生 /201507/385683江苏盐城肛肠医院好不好盐都区耳鼻喉科

阜宁县中医院流产多少钱盐都区治疗肛周囊肿多少钱A New Zealand bar manager and two Myanmar colleagues were sentenced to two and a half years in jail in a Yangon court on Tuesday。缅甸仰光一家法庭对一位新西兰籍酒吧经理和他的两名缅甸同事判处监禁两年零六个月。Their offense?他们犯了什么罪呢?Posting a Facebook image of a Buddha wearing headphones to promote an event last December。原来是他们去年12月在脸书上上传了一张佛祖头戴耳机的照片来宣传他们的一个活动。According to the Myanmar Times, the trio were sentenced to two years in jail for insulting religion through written word or pictures and a further six months for breaching local authority regulations。据《缅甸时报》报道,这三人被判处的刑期中,两年是因为使用文字或图片侮辱宗教,另外的六个月是因为违反当地法规。The sentencing comes as a reminder of how easy it is to get into trouble abroad for what to some are not-so-obvious crimes。此次判决告诉我们:在国外,有些看来不算事儿的行为却很容易让你摊上事儿。Here#39;s a sampling of reasons travelers might suddenly, surprisingly, find themselves in jail -- or at least forced to pay a fine -- according to the British Foreign amp; Commonwealth Office。英国外交和联邦事务部用以下实例说明,旅客怎样神不知鬼不觉地犯了罪,或被迫缴纳罚金。Netherlands: Don#39;t carry or use drugs。荷兰:不可携带或使用毒品。While the Netherlands has a reputation for being tolerant on the use of so-called ;soft drugs,; this exists only for designated areas。虽然荷兰被指对“软性毒品”的使用颇为宽容,但这仅限于指定地区。Possession of prohibited substances or buying them can carry a prison sentence。持有或购买违禁用品会被判刑。Penalty: Arrest, detention。处罚:逮捕,拘留。Venice: Feeding the pigeons is against the law。:喂鸽子违法。Penalty: Fine。处罚:罚款。Japan: It#39;s illegal to bring some commonly available nasal sprays containing pseudoephedrine into Japan。日本:不可携带含有假麻黄碱的喷鼻剂入境。Penalty: Fine。处罚:罚款。Barcelona: It#39;s against the law to wear a bikini, swimming trunks or to go bare-chested away from the beach-front area inBarcelona。巴塞罗那:在巴塞罗那海滨地区,不可穿比基尼、泳裤或袒胸露乳。Penalty: Fine。处罚:罚款。Singapore: Chewing gum on the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system is strictly prohibited。新加坡:严厉禁止在大众快速交通系统内吃口香糖。Penalty: Fine。处罚:罚款。Italy(Florence): It#39;s an offense to sit on steps and courtyards or to eat and drink in the immediate vicinity of churches and public buildings inFlorence。意大利(佛罗伦萨):在佛罗伦萨,不可在教堂和公共建筑附近区域的台阶和庭院内落座,也不可进食。Penalty: Large fine。处罚:罚重金。Saudi Arabia: Photographing government buildings, military installations and palaces is prohibited。沙特阿拉伯:禁止对政府大楼、军事设施和宫殿拍照。Penalty: Arrest and detention。处罚:逮捕并拘留。Barbados: It#39;s an offense for anyone, including children, to dress in camouflage clothing。巴巴多斯岛:任何人包括儿童不可身穿迷等伪装装。Penalty: Fine。处罚:罚款。Nigeria: It#39;s illegal to take mineral water into Nigeria。尼日利亚:不可携带矿物质水入境。Penalty: Fine, confiscation。处罚:罚款,没收。Fiji: Sunbathing topless is prohibited。斐济:不可裸露上身晒太阳。Penalty: Fine。处罚:罚款。Maldives: Public observance of religions other than Islam is prohibited for non-Maldivians and visitors。马尔代夫:非当地人和游客不可参加除伊斯兰教以外的公共宗教仪式。Penalty: Arrest, detention。处罚:逮捕,拘留。Meanwhile, we#39;ve added a few others:同时,我们补充以下几点:ed Arab Emirates: Alcoholic drinks are served in licensed hotels and clubs, but it#39;s a punishable offense to drink, or to be under the influence of alcohol, in public。阿拉伯联合酋长国:有许可的酒店和酒吧可提供酒精饮料,但禁止在公众场所饮酒,或醉酒闹事。Tourists won#39;t have any problems in licensed venues, though residents need a permit to be able to drink in them。旅客可在特许场所内饮用酒精饮料,但当地居民须经许可才能在上述场所饮酒。Sri Lanka: Another country that doesn#39;t take kindly to its religion being insulted, whether the slight is intentional or not。斯里兰卡:另一个无法容忍自己宗教被侮辱轻视的国家,不管是出于有意或无意。Tourists have been arrested for mistreating Buddhist images and artifacts while taking photos, while one woman was reportedly arrested and deported for having a tattoo of Buddha。曾有游客在为佛像拍照时因为不妥善对待佛祖肖像和史前文物而被捕。据报道,一女人因身上刻有佛祖纹身而被捕并驱逐出境。Peru: It#39;s illegal to purchase any souvenirs made with animal parts。秘鲁:不可购买任何动物制品。That includes condor feathers, which are found widely in the tourist markets of Cusco。其中包括在库斯科游客市场随处可见的秃鹰羽毛。Though in most cases officials reportedly turn a blind eye, tourists could face fines for the offense。虽然大多数情况下官员对此熟视无睹,游客仍会面临罚款的危险。Thailand: Got a sudden urge to Instagram photos of the bottoms of your breasts?泰国:突然有股冲动想在Instagram上炫耀自己乳带?Wait till you get back home。等回到家再秀吧。The government this week caught global attention for saying women who post ;underboob; photos face five years in jail as their actions could violate the country#39;s strict computer crime laws。泰国政府近期表示女性在网上发布“乳带”照片将被判入狱5年,称这样的行为违反了他们国家严厉的网络犯罪法。这一举动引发全球关注。 /201504/369062盐城市协和医院治疗宫颈肥大多少钱江苏省盐城市协和医院在线咨询

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