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西方人不赞成办公室恋情,而在印度,外包公司的员工更有可能把职场当作检验长期关系的好地方。“Office hours sometimes get very hectic,” says 25-year-old D. Karthik as he waits with his colleague and fiancée, K. Tejaswania, at the juice bar of their employer, Mphasis. “If we are still able to adjust to it with our partners, that shows we are best for each other.”“上班时间有时会十分忙碌,如果我们能够与恋人共同适应这种状况,就说明我们是最适合彼此的,”今年25岁的D.卡蒂克(D. Karthik)表示,他与他的同事兼未婚妻K.泰贾斯瓦尼娅(K. Tejaswania)正在他们就职的公司Mphasis的果汁吧等候着。In a country in which young people used to outsource the business of finding a spouse to their parents, workers in India's growing outsourcing sector often look for partners themselves among their nearest colleagues.在印度,过去年轻人的婚姻往往由父母包办,但在不断发展的外包行业,职员们经常在最接近的同事中寻找自己的伴侣。Far from discouraging such relationships, their employers are happy to play matchmaker, according to a new study by the Indian School of Business, the country's prestigious MBA college in Hyderabad.根据印度商学院(Indian School of Business)最新调查,对于办公室恋情,公司方面非但不加以阻止,还乐于撮合。印度商学院是该国知名MBA学院,位于海德拉巴。One of India's most important industries with export revenue of more than bn a year, the outsourcing sector has been at the forefront of economic, social and cultural change since its emergence in the 1990s.外包行业是印度最重要行业之一,每年出口收入超过400亿美元,崛起于上世纪90年代,此后一直处于经济、社会和文化变革的前沿。The ISB cites a survey by Monsterindia.com, part of the global recruitment site Monster Worldwide, that found nearly 58 per cent of 12,191 respondents admitted to either having indulged in, or being open to, office romance. “There is a perception that a lot of companies are encouraging this trend because this accrues benefits to the organisation,” the ISB study by students Anshumita Sen and Naina Bhattacharya says.印度商学院援引了国际招聘公司Monster Worldwide旗下Monsterindia.com所作的一项调查,该调查发现,在接受调查的12191人中,近58%的人承认有过办公室恋情或对之持开放态度。“人们感觉到,很多公司都鼓励这种趋势,因为对组织有利,”调查报告表示。实施该调查的是两名学生安苏米塔·森(Anshumita Sen)和奈纳#8226;巴塔查里亚(Naina Bhattacharya)。[Nextpage]These perceived benefits include “reduced attrition, higher employee engagement, satisfied and happy employees, greater feelings of citizenship towards the organisation and greater productivity through longer working hours at the workplace”.人们眼中的好处包括“减少员工流失、提高员工敬业度、使员工感到满意和愉快、增强普通人对公司的好感,以及因上班工作时间延长而提高生产率”。Some companies have gone as far as welcoming spouses under “referral programmes” in which staff can recommend friends to their human resources departments for recruitment, the study finds. The outsourcing industry says it does not “encourage or discourage” office romances but tolerates them when they develop.调查发现,一些公司甚至欢迎员工的配偶通过“推荐计划”加入公司。根据此类计划,员工可向人力资源部推荐自己的朋友。外包行业表示,“不鼓励也不阻止”办公室恋情,但一旦发生办公室恋情,会采取容忍的态度。Francisco D'Souza, chief executive officer at US-listed Cognizant Technology Solutions, says the company draws the line only when relationships occur between people in a direct “reporting line”. “We have plenty of husbands and wives working for us and that's good.”在美国上市的Cognizant Technology Solutions的首席执行官弗朗西斯科·德苏佐(Francisco D'Souza)表示,公司唯一不能容忍的是上下级之间的恋情。“我们有很多员工是夫妻,这很好。”Office romances are to be expected in such a youthful industry. “If you work with a workforce so young – 80 per cent of our population is under 25 – that's something that's in the air,” says Pratik Kumar, executive vice-president of human resources at Wipro, India's third biggest software outsourcing company.在这个年轻人集中的行业,办公室恋情是可以预期的。“如果一起工作的人都这么年轻——我们80%的人不到25岁——这种事就会很普遍。”印度第三大软件外包公司Wipro的人力资源执行副总裁帕拉提#8226;库玛尔(Pratik Kumar)表示。Many employees in the industry hail from small, conservative communities in India's vast hinterlands and feel liberated when they come to big cities such as Bangalore or Mumbai.该行业的许多职员来自印度广大内陆地区保守的小地方,来到班加罗尔或孟买这样的大城市,让他们感觉像是得到了解放。Wipro even has an internal matrimonial site where would-be suitors can seek partners among the workforce of 96,965. Wipro's gender balance roughly matches the sector average of 65 per cent male.Wipro甚至设有一个提供婚介务的内部网站,想找对象的人可以通过这个部门在本公司的96965人中寻找伴侣。该公司的性别比例大致保持行业平均水平,即男性占65%。One risk from such openness, of course, is emotional drama between employees. Mr Kumar says Wipro has an “ombudsman's process” for sorting out staff disputes that sometimes has to resolve romantic tussles.当然,这种开明做法存在一个风险,即员工之间可能上演情感剧。库玛尔表示,Wipro有一个处理员工纠纷的“调查程序”,有时不得不解决情感纠纷。“Do we get issues? Yes, we do. Sometimes these issues can appear very silly,” he says.“我们遇到问题了吗?是的。有时问题还十分愚蠢,”他表示。The ISB study also cautions that Indian companies need to be mindful of potential problems such as sexual harassment – one issue that has given inter-office romance a bad name in the west.印度商学院的调查还指出,印度公司需警惕一些潜在问题,如性骚扰——在西方,这个问题已给办公室恋情招来坏名声。Indian legal guidelines on harassment require companies to maintain a “complaint cell” for women to report abuses. But the ISB finds that nearly a third of employees surveyed thought their company did not have such a cell or had not heard of one.印度性骚扰法规要求企业成立“骚扰投诉处”,接待女性员工的投诉。但印度商学院发现,近三分之一的受访者认为,自己所在的公司并没有这种设置,或者自己从未听说过。Such dangers aside, Indian parents probably do not need to be alarmed. When it comes to tying the knot, it seems traditional concerns such as caste quickly return to the fore.抛开这些隐患不谈,印度的父母们或许无需担忧。当发展到谈婚论嫁时,种姓等方面的传统顾虑似乎很快又占了上风。Ms Tejaswani says: “I used to bore my mother talking about him [Mr Karthik]. So when the time came, it wasn't difficult at all convincing them. And since caste also was not an issue, his parents, too, agreed.”泰贾斯瓦尼娅表示:“我过去常在我母亲耳边唠叨卡蒂克的事情。因此当时机成熟时,说他们就一点都不难了。而既然种姓方面也不存在问题,他的父母也就同意了。” /200905/69217Getting up from your desk to go and speak to your colleagues – instead of emailing them – reduces the risk of heart attacks, research shows.研究显示,起身离开你的办公桌去和同事交谈,而不是给他们发电子邮件,可以降低患心脏病的风险。Those who take short breaks away from their seats – lasting as little as a minute – at regular intervals throughout the day are less likely to be overweight and have high blood pressure.那些每隔一段时间就起身稍微休息一下的人,哪怕只有一分钟,他们体重超标或者患高血压的可能性也会较小。They also substantially reduce the risk of potentially fatal cardiovascular diseases.Researchers found that people who are on their feet for short periods which add up to more than two hours a day tend to have smaller waists and lower blood pressure.这些人患上致命的心血管疾病的概率也会小很多。研究人员发现,如果你每天多次起身且累计每天站两个小时以上的话,那么你的腰会更细,血压也会更低。 /201101/123879Seven principles for changing your perceptionSimplicity or elimination of clutter. Things are expressed in a plain, simple, natural manner. Reminds us to think not in terms of decoration but in terms of clarity, a kind of clarity that may be achieved through omission or exclusion of the non-essential.簡素(朴素) 简化或消除杂乱。事物总是以一种平凡、简单、子让的方式来呈现。提醒我们应该用清晰性思考,而不是用装饰性思考,这种清晰是一种通过省略和排除没有必要事物来实现的。 /201004/101117

“English textbook, 5 yuan. Electric fan, 10 yuan.” College campuses will be turned into flea markets during graduation. Graduates-to-be set up stands to bargain away those belongings which are difficult to carry back home or to their rented houses. But every student has something which is labeled “Not For Sale”, even though it’s heavy to carry or it takes up space. The “Not For Sale” belongings carry students’ precious memories of campus life. “英语课本5元。电风扇10元。”每年的毕业季,大学校园都会变身成跳蚤市场,即将离校的毕业生们摆起地摊,低价出售那些无法搬回家里或租住地的个人物品。但每位同学都有一些标有“非卖品”的东西,尽管它们难以携带,或很占空间。但这些非卖品装载了他们校园生活的珍贵回忆。Xu Jingxi, 21st Century staff, talked to three graduates-to-be. They shared the stories behind their “Not For Sale” belongings.来自《二十一世纪英文报》的许靖烯采访了三位即将走出校门的毕业生,并分享了他们各自的“非卖品”背后的故事。Yu Cong, 22, engineering, Tianjin University of Science and Technology于聪(音译),22岁,毕业于天津科技大学工程技术专业。I have a treasure box containing all the items I made by hand in class, including a radio and voltmeter.我有一个百宝箱,装满了自己在课堂上手工制作的物件,比如收音机和电压表。Textbooks of theory, instruction handouts and experiment reports have been either sold or given to students in lower grades. But this treasure box is definitely “Not For Sale”. It’s proof that I have acquired knowledge and skills and am able to put them into practical use.那些理论课本、讲义教材和实验报告有些卖了,有些送给了低年级同学。但是这个百宝箱绝对是“非卖品”,它是我所掌握的知识和技能的明,也是我学以致用的明。As an engineering student, it was more exciting and satisfying when my radio received FM signals than when I got all the answers right in paper tests. I had spent days and nights in labs and dorms putting all the tiny radio parts together.作为一名工程技术专业的学生来说,与测验拿满分相比,自己动手制作的收音机能收到调频信号更令人兴奋和满足。我曾经不分昼夜地埋头于实验室和寝室组装收音机的微型零件。Another “Not For Sale” item is my pile of China Daily newspapers. It’s not just a symbol of my English study, but also a symbol of a broadened horizon.另一件“非卖品”是我的那叠《中国日报》,它不仅是我学习英语的象征,也是我开阔视野的见。I have come from my small hometown city Jingdezhen, where you cannot see China Daily on newspaper stands, to metropolitan Tianjin.我来自景德镇这个小城镇,不像在大城市天津,那里的书报摊买不到《中国日报》。Like many other students, my eyes have been open during my college years. I met peers from all over the country, and I volunteered at the Davos forum.像其他许多同学一样,大学时光开阔了我的视野,我遇见了来自全国各地的朋友,还在达沃斯论坛做过志愿者。 /201106/142190

There has been a lot of research done on the significance of food combining when we eat. Many believe that our stomach is designed to only digest food correctly one food type at a time or eating foods together that are compatible with each other. This is because each food type requires a different enzyme to digest them. Eating the correct food combinations will help your body digest food optimally so that you are getting all the nutrients that are in the food.What is it?Food combining is eating foods together that require the same enzymes for digestion. From a scientific standpoint, we know that in order for meats to be broken down, an acidic environment in the stomach is needed. If you drink milk with your meal, which is alkaline, that neutralizes the stomach environment and can hinder proper digestion of the meat.Think about all of the people that experience indigestion. It is now so common that it is seen as a normal fact of life. We spend in excess of 2 billion dollars a year on antacids (substances which counter stomach acidity). Wouldn’t it be better if instead of having to choke down an antacid all you needed to do was eat foods the right way? Eating the correct food combinations can help end indigestion and improve health and vitality because you will be getting the proper nutrients out of your food.A Brief History of Food CombiningThe idea of food combining for optimal nutrition was introduced in 1911 by William Howard Hay. Food combining was based on the current ideas of that time as far as the requirement of alkalinity to digest food the proper way in the stomach whilst taking into consideration the pH of the food you are eating.This then lead to a need for a classification system of foods, and this was created by Herbert M Shelton. His classification system looked at food and grouped it together by the nutrients that each food produced. This broke foods up into three groups, those that are considered “neutral”, those that are carbohydrates and those that are proteins. Herbert M. Shelton went as far as to recommend that you eat proteins and carbohydrates at different meals.How It WorksEach type of food is digested differently. They each require different enzymes and different environments to be digested properly. It is equally important that different foods digest at different rates. Combining food incorrectly can cancel out the specific needs of those foods for proper digestion.For example, it has aly been stated that meats/flesh foods or more appropriately proteins require an acidic environment. As stated enjoying a glass of milk with your steak dinner has just cancelled out the acidic environment due to the neutralizing effects of milk. The same goes for fruits as they produce an alkaline secretion when digested which will also neutralize the acidic environment needed for digestion of proteins.Noting the rate of digestion of food is also important. Take the example of fruits, which digest quickly and combining them with foods that take longer to digest, such as the proteins can cause the fruits to ferment. So when you are eating fruits you will want to combine those with starches or carbohydrates, both of which digest quickly. Vegetables and fruits both require different enzymes for digestion and these enzymes also tend to cancel each other out.Proper combination of like foods or compatible foods will aid in proper digestion and optimal health. Do not go over board though and focus on eating only one food or one type of food because that is just as bad for the digestive system. Variety and proper combination is key.What Have Results Shown?The results show that proper food combining does help decrease indigestion and improve overall health. Your body is getting the nutrients that it is meant to get from the food that you are consuming. You will notice that you feel “lighter” and have more energy. Food combining has also been shown to help those recovering from eating disorders. The proper combination of foods is easier on the stomach.As with any theory, the food combination theory and practice has its share of critics. The complaints aren’t due to science, but due more to the fact that they consider food combining to be a boring way to eat after awhile.How to Get Started with Food CombiningPay attention to your food. Know what category each food that you eat falls into, protein, carbohydrate or neutral. Once you know what food falls in what category you can easily follow the following simple steps:# Make sure that you eat all kinds of citrus fruits, leafy veggies, eggs, fish and meats so that you can safely avoid any nutrient deficiencies. Notice there is no mention of carbohydrates, they are an “eat only if you have to” food.# You do not want to combine any pure fats with high starches in one meal. In other words, that baked potato with butter and sour cream is out the window.# Avoid combining acids such as citrus, vinegar and buttermilk with any high starch at one meal.# High starches should also not be combined with any high proteins.Fats can be eaten with proteins and acids.# Foods such as meat, fish, fowl and eggs should be eaten one serving of each per day or two servings of one per day with a fat.# Eat buttermilk, cheese and other dairy: Having two glasses of organic milk or two and half ounces of cheese per day.# Have two servings a day of raw, low starch fruits and raw green and yellow vegetables a day. 有许多关于我们所吃食物搭配的重要性进行的研究。许多人认为我们的胃天生只能一次完全地消化一种食物或者吃些互相兼容的食物。 这是因为每种食物需要不同种类的酶来消化。正确的食物搭配饮食能帮你最佳地消化食物,使你得到食物中各种营养。食物搭配是什么?食物搭配是所吃的食物需要相同的一种酶来分解消化。 从科学的观点来看,我们知道为了使肉得到消化,需要胃中的酸性条件。如果你在吃饭的时候喝了牛奶,牛奶是碱性的,这样就会中和胃中酸性条件,妨碍对肉完全消化。想一想每个人消化不良的经历。现在这种情况在实际生活中很常见。我们每年要花费超过20个亿在制酸剂上(制酸剂是可以调节胃酸)。如果非得咽下一颗制酸剂,那么合理的膳食有什么不好吗?正确的食物搭配可以帮助解决消化不良,改善健康,提高生命力,因为从食物中你能获取了适当的营养。食物搭配简史食物搭配吸收最佳营养的观点是由威廉·霍华德·海伊在1911年提出的。食物搭配是以当时流行的观点为依据——就胃中碱性的要求以适当的方式消化食物,同时考虑到所吃食物的PH值。这样就导致对食物分类的需要,并由赫伯特米谢尔顿创立。他的分类类系统是看看食物,并按照营养分组。这样把食物分成了三组,“中性”食物,碳水化合物食物以及蛋白质食物。赫伯米谢尔顿到了建议在不同餐中吃蛋白质食物和碳水化合物食物的地步。如何运转每种食物消化不同。他们需要不同的酶和不同的环境下进行完全消化。不同的食物以不同的速度消化也是同等重要。错误的食物搭配能消除消化食物的具体要求。比如,已经说过肉/肉类食物或者更多的蛋白质食物需要一个酸性的条件。像描述的那样在牛排晚餐上喝一杯牛奶,就会由于牛奶的中性作用消除了酸性的条件。同样的道理适应于水果,当消化时他们会产生碱性分泌物同样会中和蛋白质食物消化需要的酸性条件。注意食物消化的速度同样重要。以水果为例, 消化速度快,把他们与需要较长时间消化的食物进行搭配,比如蛋白质食物会引起水果的发酵。 所以当你吃水果时,你应该和含淀粉类食物,碳水化合物食物搭配,二者消化的速度都很快。 水果和蔬菜都需要不同的酶来消化,这些酶也会互相消除。相似食物和兼容食物的适当搭配将有助于完全消化,达到最佳的健康状态。不要把注意力只放到对一种,一类食物上,因为这样会对消化系统不利。 多样性和恰当的搭配是关键。结果怎样?结果显示合理的食物搭配的确能帮助减轻消化不良和改善整体的健康。身体正在获取营养意味着是从你正在消化的食物中获取。你会注意到你感觉“更轻”,而且更有力了。 食物搭配也显示能对饮食紊乱的人有帮助。合理的食物搭配也容易对胃。像其他任何理论一样,食物搭配的理论和实践也引起些批评。抱怨不是来自科学,而是他们考虑不久将引起饮食繁琐的事实。如何进行食物搭配注意你的食物。知道你所吃的每种食物的分类,蛋白质食物,碳水化合物食物或中性食物。 一旦你知道食物属于哪一类,你将很容易按照如下步骤进行:# 确定你吃各种柑橘类水果,叶类蔬菜,鸡蛋,鱼和肉,以至于你可以安全避免任何的营养不足。注意没有涉及碳水化合物的食物,他们是一种“如果不得不吃的”的食物。# 你不能在一餐中将任何的纯脂肪类食物和高淀粉食物一起搭配。 换句话说,烤土豆配上黄油,酸奶油可以扔出窗外了。# 避免把酸类食物,比如柑橘,食醋和白脱牛奶与高淀粉类食物搭配在一餐中。# 高淀粉食物也不应该与任何高蛋白食物搭配。# 脂肪类可以和蛋白质类和酸类食物搭配。# 像肉,鱼,禽类和鸡蛋食物应该每天一餐或者和脂肪搭配一天两餐。# 吃白脱牛奶,奶酪或者其他奶制品:# 每天喝两杯有机牛奶和半盎司的奶露。# 纯天然,低淀粉食物每天两餐 ,并且每天吃纯天然绿色和黄色蔬菜。 /200806/43071Watching television more than two hours a day early in life can lead to attention problems later in adolescence, according to a study released on Tuesday.Watching television more than two hours a day early in life can lead to attention problems later in adolescence, according to a study released on Tuesday.The roughly 40 percent increase in attention problems among heavy TV viewers was observed in both boys and girls.The link was established by a long-term study of the habits and behaviors of more than 1,000 children born in Dunedin, New Zealand, between April 1972 and March 1973.The children aged 5 to 11 watched an average of 2.05 hours of weekday television. From age 13 to 15, time spent in front of the tube rose to an average of 3.1 hours a day."Those who watched more than two hours, and particularly those who watched more than three hours, of television per day during childhood had above-average symptoms of attention problems in adolescence," Carl Landhuis of the University of Otago in Dunedin wrote in his report, published in the journal Pediatrics.Young children who watched a lot of television were more likely to continue the habit as they got older, but even if they did not the damage was done, the report said."This suggests that the effects of childhood viewing on attention may be long lasting," Landhuis wrote.Landhuis offered several possible explanations for the association.One was that the rapid scene changes common to many TV programs may over stimulate the developing brain of a young child, and could make reality seem boring by comparison."Hence, children who watch a lot of television may become less tolerant of slower-paced and more mundane tasks, such as school work," he wrote.It was also possible that TV viewing may supplant other activities that promote concentration, such as ing, games, sports and play, he said.Previous studies have linked the sedentary habit of TV watching among children to obesity and diabetes, and another study in the same journal cited the poor nutritional content of the overwhelming majority of food products advertised on the top-rated US. children's television shows.Up to 98 percent of the TV ads promoting food products that were directed at children aged 2 through 11 "were high in either fat, sugar, or sodium," wrote Lisa Powell of the University of Illinois in Chicago. (AP) 据本周二公布的一项研究结果,儿童时期每天看电视超过两小时会导致青少年时期出现注意力问题。调查发现,无论男孩女孩,老看电视的人的注意力问题多出约40%。研究人员对1972年4月至1973年3月在新西兰达尼丁出生的1000多个孩子的行为习惯进行了一项长期调查,得出了上述结论。调查发现,孩子在5岁至11岁期间平均每天看电视的时间为2.05个小时。而到了13岁至15岁,每天看电视的时间则增加到了3.1个小时。达尼丁奥塔哥大学的卡尔#8226;兰德胡易斯在研究报告中提到:“儿童时期每天看电视超过两个小时,尤其是超过三个小时的人青少年时期出现的注意力问题超过平均水平。”该研究报告在《儿科》期刊上发表。随着年龄的增长,儿童时期老看电视的人很可能会继续这一习惯,即使他们不再这样,但影响已经造成了。兰德胡易斯在报告中写道:“这说明儿童时期老看电视会对注意力造成长期影响。”兰德胡易斯为这一结论提供了以下几种可能的解释:一是很多电视节目中的快速画面切换可能会过度刺激孩子们正在发育的大脑,与电视中的画面相比,现实可能会让他们觉得没意思。他在报告中说:“因此,老看电视的孩子对节奏较慢和较“世俗”的任务,如做家庭作业,可能没什么耐心。”还有一种可能是,看电视可能会占用其它有助于培养注意力的活动的时间,如,看书、做游戏、运动及玩耍等。此前有研究表明,儿童看电视所养成的久坐习惯会导致肥胖或糖尿病,该期刊中的另一项研究指出,美国收视率最高的儿童电视节目中广告的绝大多数食品营养价值都很低。芝加哥伊利诺斯州大学的莉莎#8226;鲍威尔在研究报告中说:“多达98%的、针对两岁至11岁儿童的广告食品‘要么脂肪含量高、要么糖份多或者含盐量高’。” /200809/47534美国“第一犬”:奥巴马调侃会挑一只像他一样的混血President-elect Barack Obama Friday admitted he faced a monumental challenge after promising his daughters Sasha, seven, and Malia, 10 a dog after the campaign, saying some of the pooches the first family-to-be were considering were "mutts like me.""With respect to the dog, this is a major issue. I think it has generated more interest on our website than just about anything," Obama said at the press conference after the election.In revealing that Malia is allergic, Obama stressed the need for a hypoallergenic breed of dog, which produces fewer allergic reactions in people.But he said the family needed to reconcile that with their preference for dogs obtained from an animal shelter, which are often mixed-breeds."There are a number of breeds that are hypoallergenic, but on the other hand our preference is to get a shelter dog. But obviously, a lot of the shelter dogs are mutts like me," he quipped.Obama's mother was a white woman from Kansas and his father was from Kenya.His race has been a point of discussion since he launched his bid for the presidency nearly two years ago, and his Tuesday victory triggered a wave of elation as people around the globe celebrated an African-American elected to lead the world's most powerful nation.In his victory speech Tuesday night, Obama revealed the family was getting a puppy."Sasha and Malia, I love you both so much, and you have earned the new puppy that's coming with us to the White House," he said to wild applause.Presidential pets have long been a focus of intense interest. Every president since Calvin Coolidge, elected in 1923, has had at least one dog in the White House, according to dogsinthenews.com. 新当选美国总统的巴拉克#8226;奥巴马于上周五坦称,他在大选获胜后答应两个女儿——10岁的玛丽娅和7岁的萨莎养一只宠物的承诺现在成了件大事。他调侃说,他们正考虑一些“像他一样的混血的”。奥巴马在大选后的新闻发布会上说:“挑选宠物成了眼下的一件要事。现在这件事在我们网站上的关注度高于其它任何事情。”由于女儿玛丽娅有过敏史,所以奥巴马强调必须挑选一种不易引起人过敏的。但奥巴马一家又想从动物收容所挑选一只宠物,这里的大多是混血品种。他调侃道:“低过敏性的品种倒有不少,但另一方面,我们想从动物收容所收养一只。很显然,大多收容所里的都像我一样,是混血的。”奥巴马的母亲是美国堪萨斯州的白人,他的父亲是肯尼亚人。自奥巴马参加总统竞选近两年来,他的种族问题一直是热议的焦点。他于上周二赢得大选胜利后引发了了一阵欢庆潮,世界各地的人们纷纷庆祝一名非洲裔当选为美国总统。奥巴马在当晚的胜选演说中“透露”他们一家会养一只宠物。他对台下尽情欢呼的持者们说:“萨莎、玛丽娅,我爱你们,你们俩就能带着宠物来到白宫了。”白宫宠物一直是美国民众关注的焦点。据dogsinthenews.com网站统计,自1923年卡尔文#8226;柯立芝当选美国总统后,每届总统家至少有一只宠物。 /200811/56278

如今,“模特”的概念已经从简单的装模特衍生到了各个行业。我们平时见到最多的,是杂志封面上的“平面模特”:still model,还有走“T台模特”:fashion model。其实,现在的模特可以不要求十全十美,只要身体某个部位好看,都可以当“局部模特”:body parts model,包括像lip model、hair model、hand model、leg model等,不过局部模特还是少数。注意了,车模不是car model哦,car model是指汽车模型,指车展上的模特的这个“车模”,用英语表达式auto salon girls。salon可以表达“展览、展会”的意思,auto salon 就是我们常说的“车展”。Children Find Meaning In Old Family TalesWhen C. Stephen Guyer's three children were growing up, he told them stories about how his grandfather, a banker, lost all in the 1930s, but didn't lose sight of what he valued most. In one of the darkest times, Mr. Guyer says, when his grandfather was nearly broke, he loaded his family into the car and took them to see family members in Canada. The message: 'There are more important things in life than money,' says Mr. Guyer, of Littleton, Colo.The tale took on new relevance recently, when Mr. Guyer downsized to a small house from a more luxurious one. He was worried that his children, a daughter, 15, and twins, 22, would be upset. To his surprise, they weren't. Instead, their reaction echoed their great-grandfather's. 'What they care about,' Mr. Guyer says his children told him, 'is how warm are the people in the house, how much of their heart is accessible.'As parents cut budgets, many are finding family stories have surprising power to help children through hard times. Storytelling experts say the phenomenon reflects a growing national interest in telling tales, evidenced by a rise in storytelling events and festivals. New research bears out the value of family stories, linking teens' knowledge of them to better behavior and mental health.An Emory University study of 65 families with children ages 14 to 16 found kids' ability to retell parents' stories was linked to a lower rate of depression and anxiety and less acting-out of frustration or anger, says Robyn Fivush, a psychology professor. Knowing family stories 'helps children put their own experience in perspective,' Dr. Fivush says.The trick is telling the stories in a way children can hear. We're not talking here about the kind of story that begins, 'When I was a kid, I walked to school every day uphill both ways, barefoot in the snow.' Instead, choose a story suited to your child's needs, and make eye contact to create 'a personal experience,' says Sherry Norfolk, chairman of the National Storytelling Network, a Jonesborough, Tenn., nonprofit. 'You don't have to tell children what they should take from the story,' she says. 'They can intuitively understand what the moral is.'When Carla Freeman's daughter became anxious a few years ago about having to change schools, the Atlanta mother related her own childhood stories of switching to another school in her community. Her old friends dropped her and, at her new school, 'I was kind of an oddball' at first, she told her daughter. But Ms. Freeman bounced back and made new friends. She credits the stories with helping her daughter, now 12, develop resiliency and the ability to 'hold herself together' against challenges.A touch of humor helps. At Scott Prengle's Dallas home, his son Bobby, 17, has heard tales about his grandfather growing up in times so hard that his hungry schoolmates would devour apple cores left over from his lunch. As Bobby tapped a nearly empty salad-dressing bottle over his salad at dinner one evening, Scott laughed and invited him to do as his grandfather did: Put water in the bottle and shake it up, to use every last drop. Scott says his father's frugal habits 'drove us crazy, but the idea was that nothing went to waste.'While Bobby declined to water down his dressing, he says of his grandfather that 'I follow in his footsteps' in other ways, saving paper clips and rubber bands. And when Scott recently trimmed the family budget, he thought he saw an echo of his late father in Bobby, in the way he calmly accepted the loss of his oft-used gym membership.Even when you think your children aren't listening to your stories, Dr. Fivush says, they probably are. Thomas Pontes thought his children, 12, 14 and 16, shrugged off tales of his grandfather, an immigrant farmhand who worked his way up from living in a barn to owning a home. To Mr. Pontes, of Providence, R.I., the story shows 'the kind of optimism you need to pick yourself up from a field somewhere tending cattle' to cross the Atlantic, fueled solely by hope.But when I asked his daughter Katie, 16, about the stories, she not only remembered them, but said they've 'helped me become more appreciative of my life and how easy things are for me.' Even if kids don't seem to appreciate family stories, she says, in time they'll 'realize just how important they are.'From:http://chinese.wsj.com/gb/20090319/wvh081052.asp?sourceUpFeature /200903/65527摘要:魔法指试图用某些超自然的力量控制自然或他人的行为。现代科学已为很多神秘现象的原因提供了科学的解释,但仍然有人迷信星相和算命之类的魔法。Magic is the practice of trying to control human actions or natural events by using powers that are supposed to be unnatural or superhuman. Now science has provided an increasingly greater understanding of the true caused of natural events, but many people still trust in such forms of magic as astrology and fortunetelling. Many people who believe in magic may carry magic objects called amulets or charms to protect themselves from harm. Amulets or charms may be stones or rings engraved with magic symbols.To work most magic, the magician, who is supposed to have supernatural powers, sings or speaks special words in a certain order. These words are called incantations or spells. Some spells are prayers to demons, spirits, or other supernatural forces. Other magic words have no meaning, though they are supposed to have power when spoken by a magician. The magician may combine words with actions to form a ceremony called a rite or ritual.Some people believe they can cause an event to happen by imitating what whey want to happen in a small scale. This magic is based on the belief that like produces like. For example, a magician trying to make rain fall may sprinkle water on the ground. Some people also believe a person can injure an enemy by damaging a lock of hair or a piece of clothing from the enemy. A magician can even cripple an enemy by putting a sharp object in that person’s footprint. People who believe in this kind of magic fear that an enemy can gain power over them by obtaining parts of their body. Therefore, they carefully dispose of their nails, hair, teeth, and even their body wastes. And for the same reason, witches and magicians may make a doll or some other likeness of an enemy, and try to harm the enemy by sticking pins into the doll or injuring it in some other way. The doll may have on it a lock of hair or a piece of clothing from the enemy. /200905/71424

1) Dress sharp. Clothes can be an instant confidence booster, if they’re good quality and look very nice on you. Some people, when they put the right clothes on, perceive themselves as if they have armor, they’re more successful or they’re putting their best selves out there. Dressing sharp can change for a while how you perceive yourself, what you focus on and thus, how you feel.注重着装。得体的着装可以瞬间提升你的自信心。 /201002/97327My dream ended when I was born. Although I never knew it then, I just held on to something that would never come to pass. Dreams really do exist. But in the morning when you wake up, they are remembered just as a dream. That is what happened to me.I always have the dream to dance like a beautiful ballerina twirling around and around and hearing people applaud for me.When I was young, I would twirling around and around in the fields of wildflowers that grew in my backyard. For hours I would dance as if people were watching me. I would dance so fast that I would forget where I was, until I would hear sounds that reminded me of where I really was. I thought that if I twirled faster everything would disappear and I would wake up in a new place. Reality woke me up when I heard a voice saying, "I don't know why you bother trying to dance. Ballerinas are pretty, slender little girls. Besides, you don't have the talent to even be a ballerina." I remember how those words paralyzed every feeling in my body. I feel to the ground and wept for hours.We lived in the country by a nearby lake and I would sometimes go there to hide. My parents were never home anyway and I did not like to be at home where I could hear the walls talking of pain. When they were home, my mother just yelled and criticized because nothing was ever perfect in her life. She dreamed of a different life but ended up living in a country far away from the city where she believed her dreams would have come true.I enjoyed hanging out by the water. I would sit there for hours and stare at my reflection. There I was, looked nothing like a pretty ballerina dancer. Reflections don't lie. Once the waves would come, my reflection was gone. Washed away just like my dream to dance. I sat there staring at the water, hoping that my reflection would reappear and be different.As I grew older, I began to realize that the reason my dream was even born in the first place, was because it was something that was inside of me. The dream I had was never nurtured and cared for, so it slowly died. It's not that I wanted it to die, but I allowed it to die the day I started listening to the words, "You can't do it." When I finally woke up from many years of dreaming, I realized that you can't settle for dancing in the wildflowers, you have to move on to the platform. I still go to the lake sometimes and sit there. Looking at my reflection is different now too. When I was young, I looked at how others saw me, now that I am older and wiser; I look at how God sees me . 从出生那天起,我的梦想就注定了只能是一个梦想。 但是那时,我却从来没有意识到这一点,我只是一厢情愿地去抓住那些易逝的美好时光,努力珍惜眼前的点点滴滴。而梦,无论多么真切,当你在清晨睁开双眼的刹那,都仍只是梦。我时常梦想着能像最优美的芭蕾舞演员般在观众热烈真诚的掌声中翩然而舞。在我小的时候,我家后院里有一大片不知名的花丛,我常常在花丛中一圈又一圈的飞速旋转,越转越快,快得我仿佛感觉到四周有许多观众在注视着我;越转越快,快得我忘了置身何处,仿佛整个世界都随我转动了起来。直到,一声轻响将我拉回现实。我时常幻想着,如果我能转得更快一些,整个世界会不会随之消失,而我也将在另一个地方醒来呢?可是现实总会一次次无情的将我唤醒。“我不明白你为什么要自寻烦恼的去尝试跳舞。芭蕾舞演员都是些漂亮、苗条的年轻女孩,你根本没有成为芭蕾舞演员的天赋啊。”直到今天,我仍清楚地记得当我听到这些话时,那种刻骨铭心的麻木和无力。置身于冰冷的绝望之中,泪水肆意的汹涌着。那时,我们住在一个沿湖的村子里,有时我会一个人走到湖边,仿佛在那里可以逃避现实的无情。不管怎么说,反正父母也经常不在家,而我也不愿在家里被痛苦和忧伤笼罩。即使他们在家的时候,母亲也只是不停的抱怨和指责,她总觉得她的生命充满不幸和烦恼。她梦想有一个不同的生活,可惜这个梦想却只能在远离城市的乡村中破碎得无影无踪,而城市才是她坚信可以让她实现梦想的所在。我喜欢沿着湖水散步,在湖边一坐就是几个小时,长久地凝视着自己的倒影。那就是我,没有任何地方像一个美丽的芭蕾舞者。倒影是不会撒谎的。波浪卷来,倒影碎裂,一如我的芭蕾之梦。我没有起身,我仍坐在那里凝视着湖水,盼着倒影再次出现,焕然一新。梦想,从诞生起那一刻就对我有着非凡的意义。当我渐渐长大,我开始意识到这是因为那是深深印刻在我体内的灵魂烙印。但是,我从来没有好好的去滋养过她,照料过她,所以,她慢慢枯萎了。我并不希望她枯萎,但当那一天我听到“你无法做到”的时候,她已经在我的懦弱下枯萎了。直到成年后,当我从漫长的梦中醒来时,我才认识到,你不能仅仅甘心于在无人的野花从中舞蹈,你必须走向舞台,唯此,你才可能实现你的梦。现在,我仍会时不时独自去那片湖边静静坐上片刻,而我的倒影也已经有所不同了。当我年少时,我在乎的是他人眼中的自己;现在,我长大了,多了对人生的体悟,更加从容淡定了,我在乎的是内心真正的自我。 /200810/54147《赛末点》红唇撩人【男女主角】“亨利八世”乔纳森·梅耶斯VS“性感新贵”斯嘉丽·约翰逊【双语台词】Chris Wilton: Has anyone told you you have very sensual lips? 克里斯:有没有人说过你的嘴唇很性感?【哄人要点】并不是所有女生都爱听这样露骨的褒奖。如果你认为自己有“亨利八世”的迷离眼神,对方有斯嘉丽的性感气质,那么就请便咯。 /200905/69738

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