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  ANJALI RAO: Edison this is your first return to Hong Kong since the height of the scandal. Why are you speaking to us now?  EDISON CHEN: Well, now legally I'm allowed to speak about it because the trial's finally over and honestly there's been a lot of talk through the past year and a half about this or that and a lot of rumors, a lot of hearsay, and I feel, you know, I've kept quiet just to kind of respect everyone and respect the law and hopefully that when the trial ended I could finally speak and I guess this is my chance now. I have a lot to say and I think I'm only gonna say it once so I think that it would be best to say it here with you.  RAO: I appreciate that. Talk to me about what the experience has been like for you of coming back to Hong Kong.  I'm back.This is my home  CHEN: I thought about coming back to Hong Kong for a long time. I've wanted to come back for quite a while now, so I'm actually quite happy. I'm elated that I'm back. This is my home. I've been away from home for too long, you know, I feel like a nomad. I've been living out of a suitcase for a year and a half it seems like. And to be back with my family, to be back with my friends, where my companies are, where I live, where everything that I've known in the past 8, 9 years, you know, it's in Hong Kong.Of course it's nervous, it's nerve-racking, because I don't really know how people can accept me. I don't really know with all these threats and all this stuff around, I really don't know what to expect to be honest with you, but I can't live my life scared always or in hiding.  RAO: There was a point though where you seemed to suggest that you were going to stay out of the public eye indefinitely. Since then you've had your movie, The Sniper, out. Do you really think though that you can still resurrect your career?  I actually said indefinitely  CHEN: It is good that you said this point because a lot of the media, especially the Chinese media, have said that Edison says he's quitting the entertainment industry forever. I actually said indefinitely. Now maybe some people don't understand what indefinitely means. It can mean 5 minutes, it can mean 2,000 years. I never said forever. You know I mean I'm not telling you it's going to be an easy thing, that overnight it's just going to be like an overnight celebrity thing, cause it's not. And I'm gonna have to go through a lot of the things that I went through coming up in the beginning as well, but I think that if I have a passion for what I do, I'm willing to go through that.  RAO: You mentioned that there has been a threat aspect to all of this and a bullet was sent to a TV station with a message warning you to stay out of the limelight. Do you fear for your personal safety?  CHEN: I'd be lying to you if I said that I'm bullet-proof and I'm not afraid of anything. I'd like to say that, but yeah, you know, it's.I never thought I would ever ever have a death threat. Why would someone want to kill me I thought, and at the same time right now I still don't quite understand it, but I have to get over it. I have to live my life. I had a death threat a year and a half ago and I had a death threat just before the release of my movie.  Two death threats  RAO: Since you have had two death threats, I mean, how does that affect you as a person?  CHEN: The first one I was afraid. I was afraid. I was afraid to go anywhere. I was traveling around when I was still in Hong Kong in trunks of taxis, like literally, just to get to places because, I mean, I wasn't going to get food, I was going to meet my lawyers and meet my management company and it wasn't fun, you know, like I had to be in the trunk for 15 minutes. I didn't even know if I had enough oxygen to be honest with you. Even when I had left Asia and I had went to Canada and America, it took me 3 months to really get out of the shell that I had put myself in. I mean, I was in darkness for 5 days. I had my drapes closed and I didn't even want to go anywhere because I was in America then, you know, and I was really, really afraid of just people and a sudden car movement, you know, I was afraid of motor bikers when I was driving because I was just afraid of everything.  RAO: Did you have any idea where the threats were coming from? For example, were you worried about organized crime?  CHEN: Wow, you know, I wish I knew. I mean I would love to sit down with those people and really talk to them and really, in my terms, squash the beef, you know, like kind of level things out because I don't really believe that it has to go to that extreme. I think that there's a lot of things that whoever it is, or whoever these people are, we can talk it out. I don't think that a life has to be taken. I could go on thinking 'til I'm 50 and I will never know, which is why I'm a little bit more carefree in that way and I just put it in God's hands basically to let him do what he wants with me and at the same time hopefully I can live my life.  RAO: You were a highly visible presence in this part of the world until the scandal really blew up. What have you been doing with your days since it happened?  CHEN: I've been doing a lot of things. It took me a little while, but you know, with the constant support of everyone around me, you know, my family especially and my girlfriend. I kind of got through that shell again. I kind of got through this I'm nothing and I'm done and I might as well give up stage and, you know, started to see what I could do that was valuable in the area that I was in. And I was in America. I was in LA and New York mostly. I've always wanted to either direct or produce movies so I, you know, decided to take some crash courses, follow some producers and try to learn the game of production. Not only did I have time to do some of the things I enjoyed, um, some of the things that I ded at first like doing my laundry or throwing out the garbage or going to the grocery store actually became something that really grounded me, and really gave me a different perspective of life because I've been working in the entertainment industry since I was 19. Very young.  I didn't really have a great outlook on life to be honest with you. I was just out of school. It was like a party. You know, every day was like a party. I kind of got accustomed to that life where everything was taken care of, where I thought I was a pretty good person, and then I went back and I kind of had to do all these things by myself and I kind of reflected on the way I treated people and the way I saw things, and I got a lot more grounded. And I am thankful for that, you know. I mean, everything, I believe that everything happens for a reason.  RAO: Let's talk now specifically about the scandal. Sounds like a simple question, but why did you take the photos in the first place?  CHEN: Well, you know, when you're young you do a lot of things that you don't quite comprehend. You think it's fun, you do it, you don't really think about the outcome or what would happen if this or what would happen if that, and I think that you know, I mean, every every. when you're a teenager and when you're young and when you're a celebrity, and you have this and that, I think maybe you go overboard a little bit. And I think that maybe, you know, I just went a little too overboard, a little too wild I guess maybe. I don't take those pictures anymore and I had ceased to take those pictures for actually quite a long time. All those pictures that were released were taken pre-2004. It was 2008 when these photos were released so it was like a lot of people were seeing 'oh that's Edison.' That was actually the old Edison. Those photos were from 4 years ago. It's just, you know, I had even.I was in a serious relationship at that time. It was my first serious relationship. ever. I was in love. I'm happy. And, you know, when you respect someone and you really love someone you tend to care about how those people feel and when we had like deep intense talks, we talked about our past and, you know, I had actually told her that some of these things had happened before and she was quite upset and actually told me to delete them.  RAO: Why didn't you?  CHEN: I did. I did. I did delete them and.  RAO: -All of them?  CHEN: Yes, all of them. All of them. 6 months later after I had deleted these photos off my computer, my computer broke down. I had insisted, I mean, I had asked my assistant to go and bring the computer to go and get it fixed. Now, what I actually found out after returning to Hong Kong and assisting the police was that they had copied my whole hard drive and then they had recovered my memory. I had no idea that there was such a thing before. I thought that if I had put it in the trash bin and said empty trash bin and it goes [makes noise] and it's gone... forever, but no, it wasn't.  It's strange because I'm actually very happy that I had this talk with my girlfriend before and that she knew that I had deleted them because at least the person that I care for the most in this world knows the truth and will stand by me, because I don't know if I hadn't talked to her and I really didn't do that in front of her face if she would still stand by me through all of this. And, you know, she's been a very strong and very supportive girl even though she's very young.  RAO: You're still together?  CHEN: Yes yes, it's amazing.  RAO: How has she handled all of this?  CHEN: She's like a warrior.She's like superwoman, you know, like to me because while I was sitting indoors hiding, I mean, I don't want to sound like a coward, but it was deeply intense for me, but she'd be going to school every day.  RAO: Were there photos of her?  CHEN: Umm yes, yes, but very few.  RAO: Some 13 hundred were leaked onto the net. Do you know how many there were in total?  CHEN: Umm no, I didn't sit at home and count them, to be honest with you.  RAO: Are we talking hundreds? Are we talking thousands?  CHEN: I would say there were a few more. There were a few more, but that was aly enough. Thirteen hundred is way enough aly. I never spoke about these photos to anyone. I never.  RAO: You never showed them to anybody?  CHEN: No, I never showed them to anyone. The only people that might have seen them were the people who took them, where'd they be like can I look at what you just took? and I'd show them. I would never parade them around.  RAO: Did all of the women involved know that their photos were being taken?  CHEN: Yes, definitely. Definitely. I have to say that, you know, everything was mutual. It was all consensual, all consensual. I don't know exactly how they view what had happened or what they tell people, but I know the truth. I'm only here to say the truth because I believe that there's too much lies going around and too much controversy and too much hearsay. And I'll tell you right now that, you know, if I have a camera in front of your face and there's a flash, do you know that I'm taking a photo of you? That's as simple as it is.  RAO: Let me just ask you about the computer technician who was involved. By hacking into your files, it does sound like a deliberate attempt to target you personally. How do you feel about him?  CHEN: Umm the way I feel about him today and the way I felt about him 8 months ago is totally different. I've forgiven him and he's going to, you know, he's going to jail. He's got judged and he's passed judgment aly and he's doing what he needs to do to redeem himself, but I don't exactly know if the person who stole the photos and that distribute and put them on the internet are the same person, but I definitely think that these people had something malicious towards me. It was a malicious act. It was purposefully done to hurt. No money was involved. No nothing was involved. People ask me, the police ask me, have people been blackmailing you? I was like, no. They're like 'wow' are you sure? I say definitely, I would know if someone was trying to blackmail me.  RAO: The public was furious at the time. Did you expect that sort of a backlash?  CHEN: Uhh...No,No, because I believed I was a victim. I believed that I was hurt by this a lot. I believed that.I knew that I had nothing to do with the sping of these photos.  RAO: You don't believe you did anything wrong?  CHEN: I can't say I didn't do anything wrong. I own up to my mistake of being careless and not really, not really understanding something before I would allow something to happen, something to happen you know, I didn't really understand that. I admit I was wrong. I've admitted that I was wrong and I wouldn't say sorry if I wasn't wrong.  RAO: Tell me about the moment that you realized that these photos were everywhere.  CHEN: I was shocked. I was in disbelief. Someone called me. I was sleeping in the morning.  RAO: What'd they say?  CHEN: She said have you checked the internet yet? You should go check the internet. I go, man, I'm just sleeping please just. you really need to go to this web site and look at it right now. I looked at the website and I almost.I don't even know how to put it in words. I don't even know how to put that feeling in words. It was like everything just got sucked out of me and I was like looking and I was like 'wow' this is so.Where?! What?! When?! How?! Confusion, like, what to do? Oh my god my family! Oh my god my girlfriend! Oh my god my career! Oh my god the girls! Oh the press is going to have a field day. I have to fix this problem as soon as possible. That was the first day when 2 or 3 photos were out only, so imagine by the 800th photo how I was feeling. It was like a nightmare that never ended. It never ended. I would go to bed and I would pray, I would pray please, please God, today please be the last day. I pray I'll do anything. You know. Anything. Please today.  I'm not the person to ever commit suicide though, so I've never been there. I think that committing suicide is giving up on not only yourself, but the people that love you, and at that moment I had so many people caring for me that that was never an option. Never.  RAO: Cecilia Cheung accused you of being a hypocrite and a fraud. She said that you turned your phone off and that you ignored her while this whole thing was going on. What would you say to her now if you had the chance?  CHEN: I would, you know, I don't really want to have a back and forth with her, which is why I didn't really comment on what she had said before. I hope that she can understand that, you know, I really do feel sorry. I really am sorry to her. I'm sorry to everyone involved, but you know,at a certain time and a certain point in everyone's life you get caught up in things. And I was just caught up in the whole mix. I was at the center of the storm. What she wants to say I'll let her say it because in a certain sense some of the responsibility is in my hands and maybe in her world I'm the only one who was wrong.  RAO: When was the last time that you spoke to any of them?  CHEN: Umm...I can't recall.not recently.  RAO: Before the scandal?  CHEN: Definitely before the scandal.  RAO: You haven't spoken to any of them since?  CHEN: No.no.  RAO: Because you couldn't find them or because you didn't want to?  CHEN: Umm...you know.initially it was because I couldn't find them. Secondly, it was because I didn't really know how to approach and really what to say to be honest with you. I would have liked to call them and say sorry, but at the same time, you know, I hope that when the trial was over they would actually know I didn't do this on purpose. That's why I waited for that trial to end for forever. It was like a calendar mark that had no day, you know, and umm, you know if I can see them. I don't wanna...like speaking on the phone. I feel like it loses a lot of the integrity of the emotion. I think that like it's like some people say, you know, we break up over the phone it's one of the worst things, right? And I feel like if I apologize over the phone it might not seem sincere and it might not seem real.  RAO: Well careers are in shreds and engagements been broken, some would say even lives have been ruined. If any of the women were to come to you and say, listen, I wanna talk about this, you know, I wanna just get this all straight. Would you be open to that?  CHEN: Definitely. If we're going to sit down as two adults and really suss it out, I'm open, I'm open to it, but judging from the way they've done their interviews I don't think that, you know, they have every right to be angry. I don't want this to come across as I'm saying something about them, but I don't think that they're, they can sit down and have a constructional conversation with me quite yet.  RAO: Do you think this time in your life will always stay with you?  CHEN: Even if I didn't want it to, it would. I've tried to move on with my life and I think that, you know, it's kind of like forgive and not forget, but it's like I want to forget too. Cause I've had to forgive myself, I mean you know, the person I was angry at most was myself, you know, I was most unhappy with myself. I had to learn to deal with myself. I had to go home and look at myself in the mirror and see what kind of man I am. And, you know, I come to learn to come to terms with myself. I feel more comfortable as the Edison now than I was the Edison before, and I don't know how that makes people feel, but you know, I'm just being real and I'm just being honest.  RAO: Edison, it really can't have been easy for you to talk so openly about this, so I do thank you very much indeed for sitting down with us today.  CHEN: Thank you.  - End-06/73170

Mobile Wars: New BlackBerry 10 Launched The smartphone war hots up as mobile giant RIM launches the BlackBerry 10 in an attempt to close the gap on Apple and Samsung.曾是智能手机市场霸主的黑莓,推出了全新的黑莓10操作系统,并发布了两款新手机,希望用户重新拥抱其平台!新系统、新手机能帮助黑莓收复失地吗?Z10能取代iPhone5或三星GalaxyS III否?Paris.At times it feels a little like new division we crossed from country to country. Johannesburg.“What is that?”“What’s, dude? ”Then a little like it’s a knockout, as one fan cuts off the pony tail he promised to keep growing until the launch of the new handset. “Don’t drop blood.”Blackberry 10 is known here, a glossing new edition to the smartphone market. “Here you go.”“It’s faster, it’s smarter and it adapts to you, the user. Things like the Blackberry Hub and the Blackberry Keyboard have been designed to make your experience with your smartphone easier and simpler, and faster than other platforms on the market today.”Part of Blackberry’s problems has been that since the invention of the mobile phone, since the invention of the telephone itself, it’s been very difficult to predict where the consumer will go next. The first cellular call was made just 40 years ago. No one could have guessed how ubiquitous they become. The first text was sent two decades ago. Now plenty of people send a message in preference to making a call. RIM(Research In Motion), unlike Apple and Samsung, failed to spot the people want their phones to both entertainment center and mobile office, and then, there were the other issues. As a literary agent Carole Blake sent hundreds of emails a day on her Blackberry until October 2011 when she, along with many others lost access to them. She decided to tackle the problem with a hammer.“It took about a month of intermittent bashing to actually break the Blackberry hand setup. And then I took photograph of it in pieces, and then I threw away and that was the end of it. That was it, that was a satisfying end.”Those problems have not been resolved, but that hasn’t stop Samsung from running advance, poking fun at its rival. “This phone is for work, this one is for home.”Many have described the Blackberry 10 is the company’s last chance to gain a proper foothold against such long established rivals that’s an uphill task. But the history of the mobile phone shows that it’s not possible to predict what will happen next.“People didn’t realize that it will be used for texting in the way it has, and that’s become a way of life, and no one anticipated that, no one saw it coming. So people have taking it over, and in a way technology has almost been behind. X take a leap, but the leap is taken, that’s not what people or anyone expect them to go.”These days there are fewer cables but greater connectivity and huge opportunities for smartphone manufacturers. AlthoughBlackberry needs more than bones if it still avoids becoming a novelty item itself.Niall Paterson, Sky News. /201303/231671

  How To Cope With Boring Office Work on HowcastStep 1: Build a portfolioWork to build a portfolio displaying your greatest work and achievements to help build your confidence.第一步:建立一个作品集建立一个展示你杰作的作品集,成就能使人建立自信。Tip:Build your portfolio by volunteering for special projects or to teach a class for other employees.小贴士:建立作品集时选择的内容可以是自愿做特殊的项目或是为其他雇员上课。Step 2: Build relationshipsBuild relationships with colleagues. Meet people in other departments and learn to communicate with people who have challenging personalities.第二步:建立良好的关系和同事建立良好的关系。和其他部门的人见面并学着和那些很有个性的人交往。Step 3: OrganizeInterrupt a boring workday by having a weekly breakfast, scheduling a daily or weekly walk, or organizing a game of touch football during lunch.第三步:要安排好活动每周吃一次特别的早餐,每天或每周都出去走走,或在午休期间来一场橄榄球赛,这样就不会过枯燥的工作生活。Step 4: DaydreamDaydream about the next vacation your boring work will pay for. Daydreaming gives us hope and helps us cope with the dull parts of life.第死步:做白日梦想想枯燥的工作会换来的下个假期。做白日梦能给我们带来希望并帮助我们应对生活中单调乏味的部分。Step 5: Listen to musicListen to music while you work. It lifts your spirits and energy level to get you through the day.第五步:听音乐工作时听听音乐。音乐能提神,使你精力充沛轻松度过全天。Step 6: ExperimentExperiment with new ways to complete a task. Try figuring out a better, more efficient way to accomplish the task at hand.第六步:尝试尝试用新的方法来完成任务。试着找出一个更好,更有效的办法来完成先有的任务。Step 7: Set goalsMake challenging work-related goals for yourself.第七步:设定目标。为自己设定和工作相关的,有挑战性的目标。201011/118625

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  11 The Wrong Empire(1750——1800) 一个人怎么能让自己的自由过多地区从与世界。 一个对自己军队不信任的国家,变成了地球上军事最强大的国家。帝国的自由变成了帝国的奴隶吗?在野心、奴隶和勇敢地探险的帮助下英国建立了一个强大帝国,将它的国旗插遍了全球。通过令人上瘾的茶叶、糖和咖啡贸易,它控制了殖民地。 07/76637

  Today in History: Friday, December 14, 2012历史上的今天:2012年12月14日,星期五On Dec. 14, 1799, George Washington, the first president of the ed States, died at his Mount Vernon, Va., home at age 67.1799年12月14日,美国第一任总统乔治·华盛顿在他家弗吉尼亚州芒特弗农去世,享年67岁。1819 Alabama joined the Union as the 22nd state.1819年,阿拉巴马州加入联邦成为美国第22个州。1861 Prince Albert, husband of Britains Queen Victoria, died in London.1861年,英国维多利亚女王的丈夫艾伯特王子在伦敦去世。1911 Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen became the first man to reach the South Pole.1911年,挪威探险家罗尔德·阿蒙森第一个到达南极。1946 The ed Nations General Assembly voted to establish the U.N. headquarters in New York City.1946年,联合国大会投票在纽约建立联合国总部。1979 The album ;London Calling; by the Clash was released.1979年,英国摇滚乐队;冲撞乐队;的专辑《London Calling》发布。1981 Israel annexed the Golan Heights, seized from Syria in 1967.1981年,以色列吞并了1967年从叙利亚手中夺取的戈兰高地。1985 Wilma Mankiller became the first woman to lead a major American Indian tribe as she took office as principal chief of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.1985年,威尔玛曼基勒担任俄克拉荷马切诺基族首领,成为第一位领导一个主要美国印第安人部落的妇女。2000 The Federal Trade Commission unanimously approved the 1 billion merger of America Online and Time Warner.2000年,联邦贸易委员会一致通过1110亿美元将美国在线和时代华纳合并。2006 South Koreas Ban Ki-moon was sworn in as the eighth secretary-general of the ed Nations.2006年,韩国的潘基文宣誓就任第八任联合国秘书长。2008 An Iraqi journalist threw his shoes at President George W. Bush during a news conference in Baghdad; Bush was not hit.2008年,在巴格达的一个新闻发布会上,一名伊拉克记者将自己的鞋砸向美国总统乔治W.布什。布什没有被击中。 /201212/214429China's FM set 24-hour hotlines for information and donationsChina has expressed its sympathy and condolences to the people of Haiti in the aftermath of the quake. China's Foreign Ministry has also offered assistance to Chinese who are studying or working in Haiti.The Ministry has set up two 24-hour hotlines for people to get more information. Those interested in making donations to relief efforts are encouraged to contact the Red Cross Society of China on the number displayed on your screen. The Red Cross's website also has information on how people can donate money or needed items.CHINESE FOREIGN MINISTRY: 24-HOUR HOTLINE010--65964087 010--65964088RED CROSS SOCIETY OF CHINA: DONATION HOTLINE010-64027620201001/94647

  Today in History: Saturday, February 23, 2013历史上的今天:2013年2月23日,星期六On Feb. 23, 1945, U.S. Marines on Iwo Jima captured Mount Suribachi and raised the American flag. The moment was captured in a Pulitzer Prize winning photo by AP photographer Joe Rosenthal.1945年2月23日,美国海军陆战队在硫磺岛占领折钵山顶,升起了美国国旗。这一刻被美联社摄影师乔罗森塔尔拍到,该图片获普利策奖。1685 Composer George Frideric Handel was born in Germany.1685年,作曲家乔治·弗里德里克·汉德尔在德国出生。1822 Boston was granted a charter to incorporate as a city.1822年,波士顿被授予特权组建城市。1836 The siege of the Alamo began in San Antonio, Texas.1836年,德克萨斯州圣安东尼奥阿拉莫围攻战拉开序幕。1847 U.S. troops under Gen. Zachary Taylor defeated Mexican general Santa Anna at the Battle of Buena Vista in Mexico.1847年,在墨西哥布埃纳维斯塔之战中,泰勒将军带领的美军击败圣安娜将军带领的墨西哥军队。1848 John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the ed States, died at age 80 in Washington, D.C.1848年,美国的第六任总统约翰·昆西·亚当斯在华盛顿特区担任众议院代表席去世,享年80岁。1861 President-elect Abraham Lincoln arrived secretly in Washington to take office after an assassination plot was foiled in Baltimore.1861年,巴尔的暗杀被挫败后,总统当选者亚伯拉罕·林肯秘密抵达华盛顿就任。1870 Mississippi was mitted to the Union.1870年,密西西比再次允许加入联盟。1954 The first mass inoculation of children against polio with the Salk vaccine began, in Pittsburgh.1954年,在匹兹堡开始第一次大规模为儿童接种沙克疫苗预防脊髓灰质炎。1965 Stan Laurel of the comedy team Laurel and Hardy died at age 74.1965年,喜剧团队劳莱与哈代成员Stan Laurel去世,享年74岁。1991 President George H.W. Bush announced that the allied ground offensive against Iraqi forces had begun.1991年,老布什总统宣布盟军地面进攻伊拉克军队已经开始。1997 Scientists in Scotland announced they had cloned an adult mammal, producing a lamb named Dolly.1997年,苏格兰科学家宣布他们克隆了一只成年哺乳动物,制造出了一只名叫多莉的羊。2000 Carlos Santana won eight Grammy Awards for his album ;Supernatural,; tying the record set by Michael Jackson in 1983 for ;Thriller.;2000年,卡洛斯桑塔纳获得八项格莱美大奖,他的专辑《超自然》超过了1983年迈克尔·杰克逊《惊悚片》的记录。2003 Norah Jones won five Grammy Awards for the album ;Come Away With Me.;2003年,诺拉·琼斯凭借专辑《远走高飞》荣获五项格莱美奖。2013 The Obama administration said it would no longer defend the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act, a federal law banning recognition of same-sex marriage.2013年,奥巴马政府表示将不再维护婚姻保护法案的合宪性,联邦法律禁止承认同性婚姻。 /201302/226770

  This tutorial describes a basic technique of ice skating called gliding or forward stroking. A professional ice skating coach walks us step-by-step through this basic ice skating move.本期视频汇将向大家展示滑冰的基本技巧:滑行,或者说是蹬冰前进。我们请来专业的教练给我们逐步讲解演示滑冰的技巧。Okay, so in this particular , were going to learn how to skate. Actually, gliding or pushing for the more confident skaters, standing on one, for a count of 2 or 3 seconds. You have to follow various steps.来吧,我们一起来滑冰。实际上滑冰这项运动需要滑冰者的自信:一只脚站立持续2秒或者3秒钟。然后才可以迈步。Within these, keeping your arms out, your knees bent. This all comes not just bending your knees, but also bending from your ankles, rocking the ankles over in order to pick up speed, maintain speed, and balance and flow across the ice. It will show much better quality and also create a lovely picture image which you will see from the TV and professional ice skaters.做这些动作时,双手打开,双膝弯曲,不仅如此,脚踝也要扭成一定角度,以方便加速、保持匀速和维持身体平衡。这种姿势对提高滑冰质量有很大帮助,而且画面感很强,许多专业滑冰运动员都采取这种姿势。So, were going to learn how to do that in various stages. Starting off with your feet parallel, you are going to bend your knees. Turn your right foot out.现在我们来学习在不同的地面做上述动作。双脚平行站立,屈膝下蹲,迈出右脚。Thats going to be our pushing foot to start with. Maintaining that position, again keeping your weight over the skates is very, very important. Arms slightly ahead of your body, keeping them roughly level with your hips, anything higher than that is going to create tension in your shoulders.我们以右脚为起脚点,保持稳定,同时保持冰上重心稳定非常非常重要。双手放在身前保持与臀部同高,如果手臂过高则容易造成肩膀部位紧张。So, you want to keep all the work happening from your knees. Youre going to rock the ankle over. As Im rocking the ankle, Im bending the knee.现在一切起步动作都要从膝盖开始发力。脚踝要灵活,像我一样。Very important to make sure youre bending from the striking knee which is going to be the right leg. Youre going to bend, rock the ankle, create the pressure, and push from the inside part of the blade, hold on to it, rise up. Okay, so now, were going to switch to the left foot.将重心慢慢转移到迈出去的那只脚上-通常情况下是右脚,然后屈膝,用冰刀的内侧使劲并站稳,然后换左脚迈出。You obviously need to understand the transition from one foot to the next, changing the body weight, and pushing off onto the right foot. That would then create continuous flow and also skating forward at a nice quality within the ice skating world. Okay, so once youve learned how to start, push onto the left foot, youre then going to rise up, feet together.需要体会两只脚之间的转换,改变身体重心,再回到右脚上。这样能使滑冰的动作连贯自然,并且质量很高。现在,入门之后就容易多了。Repeat the steps again. Bend, rock your ankle over, push and hold onto that position. Okay, so that was how to glide on to your left for and your right foot skating forward, commonly known as forward stroking.重复刚才的动作,屈膝,用冰刀内侧发力,前进。好的,以上就是左脚发力右脚前进的动作,一般称为前行。When doing these, its all about bending the knee, rocking the ankle, and remembering those steps of feet together, then turn your foot out, rock the ankle, push and maintain a lovely posture and position your weight over the skate. Now that youve learned how to glide on the ice, youll find that youll be a much more accomplished skater, and learning the real basics of ice skating. .在做这些动作的时候,任何时候都要屈膝,转动脚踝,然后将这些动作连在一起—迈步,转动脚踝,转换身体重心,保持平衡。现在所有的基本动作完成,你会发现自己颇有心得。Thanks for watching How To Ice Skate For Beginners谢谢收看本期“滑冰入门教程”节目。 /201208/194162

  Deep within the mountains深山中隐藏着is a maze of remote valleys and forests偏僻幽寂的山谷与森林home to strange and wonderful creatures这里是那些神奇生命的乐土These are Golden Snub-nosed Monkeys这些金丝猴a species unique to China是中国的特色物种Seldom seen, they are frequently heard他们通常“但闻其声不见其影”Their strange child-like calls and extraordinary appearance那独特的婴啼般的叫声和出众的外表may have inspired the local tales成就了当地人有关of yeti-like wild man of the mountain深山雪人的传说As winter temperatures drop to -10°C冬天气温降至-10°Ctheir dense fur keeps them warm他们浓密的毛发起到了保暖的作用Mutual grooming not only keeps that precious fur互相修理毛发不仅有助于保持in good condition宝贵毛发的良好状态but also helps to reinforce bonds within the troop同时有助于增进成员间的关系 /201209/198639。

  If you think you might be in love, watch this film to check if its the Real Thing. Use VideoJugs expertise to determine if you really are in love, and how long this feeling will last.如果你认为自己可能坠入情网,看一下这个视频来确认是不是真的。根据VideoJug的专业意见来判断一下你是不是真的恋爱了,以及这种感觉会持续多长时间。Step 1: Early Symptoms1.早期征兆In the first flush of love, you will want to know everything about your partner.Who he isWhat she thinks,What makes him laugh.You feel bad when she feels bad. You want to cheer her up because you cant help it, not because you feel you ought to.You cant remember what you ever saw in your ex, and even being near them feels like a betrayal of your new love.And you dont notice beautiful girls throwing themselves at you.在恋爱初期,你想要了解关于你的伴侣的一切。他是谁她在想什么什么可以让他发笑当她感觉不好的时候你也感觉不好。你想要让他高兴起来,因为你情不自禁,而不是因为你觉得应该这样做。你记不起关于你的前任的事情,甚至靠近他们都会让你感觉好像背叛了你的新伴侣。你不会注意到漂亮女孩对你的青睐。Step 2: Hazards2.危险If youre in love, the physical safety of you and those around you may be at risk.Watch out for hazards such as:An inability to perform even the simplest of tasks.Not being to able to concentrate on any job youve been given.And not noticing anything or anyone around you.如果你坠入情网,你和你周围人的身体安全可能处于危险境地。要小心以下危险:难以完成最简单的任务。难以集中精力完成上司交给你的工作。注意不到你周围的任何事,任何人。When youre apart, you may find that you cant stop thinking about her, as soon as you wake up and before you go to bed. She pops into your head for no reason, and you keep wondering what shes up to. And, just occasionally, you let your imagination run away with you.当你们分别的时候,你醒来之后和睡觉之前可能会不自觉地想念她。她毫无理由地出现在你脑海中,你会一直想她在做什么。偶尔还会走神。Step 3: Movie Love3.电影般的爱情It feels like youre in a movie. But this movie has a romantic beginning, middle and end. There is no iceberg. Its going to be happily ever after, forever and ever. Its happening to you, and its REAL. So dont worry, theres no danger of a camera crew stopping the action and interfering just at the wrong moment.就好像你是在一场电影中。但是这部电影的开场,中间和结局都很浪漫。没有冰山,永远都会非常幸福。这段爱情发生在你身上,是真实的。所以不要担心,不会出现机组人员制止表演或者在错误的时刻进行干预的风险。Step 4: Ignoring the negatives4.忽略负面因素No ones perfect, and you know this about your new love. But you find those quirks of his charming. Youre willing to put up with her boring family.You love spending time with her, regardless of what youre doing. And you dont mind compromising or missing other nights out.任何人都不是完美的,你的新伴侣也是如此。但是你要注意他令人着迷的性格。你愿意接受她令人厌烦的家人。你喜欢和她一起度过一段时光,无论你们在做什么。你不介意做出妥协或者错过外出的夜晚。Step 5: Will it last?5.这段感情能够长久吗?Its looking good so far… but will those feelings fade with time? It may be impossible to predict the future, but you can ask yourself a few key questions:Can you be yourself with her?Does he still love you when youre at your worst?Does she make you feel good about yourself?Do you find that you dont need to test his loyalty?Would you feel the same if she got fat?Or he was destitute?If most of the answers are yes, it sounds like love. And, luckily VideoJugs here to show you How to tell someone you love them.目前为止看上去还好……但是随着时间的流逝,这种感觉会不会消失?要预测未来似乎是不可能的,但是你可以问自己一些关键的问题:和她在一起你能保持自我吗?当你处于最差的状况时他还会爱你吗?她会让你自我感觉良好吗?你是否感到不需要测验他的忠诚度?当她变胖时你对她的感觉是否还一样?他贫困的时候你依然爱他吗?如果大部分问题的是肯定的,这听上去就是爱情。幸运的是,VideoJug也有一段视频教给你怎样告诉某人你爱他们。Thanks for watching How To Know Youre In Love感谢收看“怎样判断自己是否坠入情网”视频节目。201209/198545

  

  

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