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1950s glamour: Eva Longoria Parker (Gabriella) reclines backstage in a dazzling evening gown   50年代的魅力:Eva Longoria Parker (Gabriella)穿着闪闪发光的晚礼斜倚在后台。 /200909/83613World keeps humour in 2008 despite economic woesWhether smashing plates in San Diego to relieve frustration or drinking "Bailout Bitter" beer in Canada sold as a "bitter ale for bitter times", people the world over kept a sense of humour in 2008 despite financial woes.Some of the year's top off-beat tales included a Canada brewery that created a special tough times bitter and "Sarah's Smash Shack" in California, which charges patrons for 15 minutes of pleasure pulverising dinnerware against a wall."It was the best we've spent in the last two years," said insurance broker Adam DeWitt, who smashed plates in San Diego with his wife after his home mortgage loan was rejected.A glance back at 2008 shows a world full of wonderful, weird and whacky stories both before and after the financial upheaval.In May, a Wall Street restaurant boasted it was selling the costliest burger in New York, with the 5 patty made of Kobe beef, black truffles and seared foie gras."Wall Street has good days and bad days," said Heather Tierney at her Wall Street Burger Shoppe. "We wanted to have something special if you really have a good day on Wall Street."One bank in Kazakhstan offered a diamond-encrusted credit card for well-heeled clients with incomes over 0,000. A jeweller in Tokyo kept busy selling 13-piece tableware sets made of gold for million -- aimed at newly rich Chinese customers.Yet there was no need for any plates at all in Bihar, one of India's poorest states where authorities encouraged people to eat rats to fight rising food prices and save grain stocks. They praised rat meat a healthy alternative to rice."Bailout" was crowned as the US word of the year, and the financial crisis also had implications in Russia where vodka consumption fell sharply and the National Alcohol Association lobby group in Moscow said vodka stockpiles were six times higher than usual.A Polish man got the shock of his life when he visited a brothel and spotted his wife among the establishment's employees, making some extra money on the side. After 14 years, the couple are divorcing. /200812/60020

Men are bigger gossips than women, according to new research。     最新调查表明,男人比女人还八卦。  MEN'S GOSSIP TOPICS 男人们的八卦话题  1. Drunken friends 喝醉的朋友  2. News 新闻  3. Old school friends 老校友  4. Female colleagues at work 女同事  5. The sexiest girl at work 漂亮女同事  6. Sping rumours 传闻  7. Promotions 晋升  8. Sexual relationships 性关系  9. Salaries 薪水  10. The boss 老板  WOMEN'S GOSSIP TOPICS 女人们的八卦话题  1. Other women 其他女人  2. News 新闻  3. Relationship problems 人际关系  4. Other people's relationships 其他人的人际关系  5. Sexual relationships 性关系  6. Friend's weight gain 朋友的体重  7. Soap operas 肥皂剧  8. Other women's boyfriends / husbands 朋友的男友/老公  9. The mother-in-law 婆婆  10. Celebrities 名人 /201006/105841Myth 8: Christopher Columbus Discovered America谣言8:美洲大陆是哥伦布发现的The ;Columbus discovered America; myth doesn#39;t seem to be dying off. For starters, Native Americans occupied the territory for centuries before his arrival. But the Scandinavians were also here previously: their Vikings were known to have landed 500 years before Columbus did, yet Columbus gets the credit as the man who discovered America during his Spanish Empire-financed voyage in search of gold.这是个经久不衰的传言。从头追溯的话,印第安土著在哥伦布登陆的前几百年就已经占领了这块领土了。斯坎蒂纳维亚人也不例外:维京海盗们先于哥伦布500年登陆了这块土地。但最终还是由西班牙皇室资助的寻金之旅让;哥伦布发现新大陆;的事迹永垂史册。Myth 9: The Statue of Liberty Is An Ode to American Greatness谣言9:;自由女神像;是对伟大美国的歌颂Based on the broken shackles at its feet and the politics of its creator, it comes as little surprise that rumors have built up that the Statue of Liberty is a tribute to the end of slavery. Frederic Bartholdi#39;s statue has given the National Office of Parks and Recreations second thoughts in the past couple of years, and the department has conducted a thorough investigation.基于女神脚上破裂的镣铐和原创造者的政治背景,那个关于;自由女神像的建造是为了庆祝奴隶制的终止;的传言不会让人产生丝毫怀疑。不过,巴托尔迪的这个作品,在过去的几十年中,促使美国公园协会好好地思考了番,并展开了一系列的深度调查。They found the rumor of slavery was based on a single marketing pamphlet by Bartholdi, which they deemed to be false, but they did find that it is most likely true that Lady Liberty was modeled from the body of an African woman. Bartholdi had studied African women for a prior commission on an Egyptian statue, but when that project was scrapped, the studies became the foundation for the green Lady.调查的结果是:他们发现这个关于奴隶制的传言来自于巴托尔迪的一本营销小册子,且认定其为伪造。但调查同时也发现,自由女神模特是一位非洲裔女性。巴托尔迪曾受托研究过埃及神像中的非洲女性,但该计划后被终止,于是他的研究成就了今日的自由女神。Myth 10: Jackie Robinson谣言10:关于Jackie RobinsonNot to diminish Jackie Robinson or Rosa Parks, but just as Parks wasn#39;t the first black person to refuse to move her seat, Robinson didn#39;t break the baseball color code. In fact, blacks and whites briefly played professional baseball together in 1878 and 1879. In 1916, Jimmy Claxton, passing as a Native American, played a week until his black roots were found out, ending his contract forthwith.并不是要贬低Jackie Robinson或Rosa Parks的重要性,但正如Parks女士并不是第一个拒绝给白人让座的黑人一样,Robinson也不是打破美国棒球界白人垄断局面的第一人。事实上,早在1878-1879年,美国职业棒球赛上就已经有白人和黑人共同上场的记录了。1916年,Jimmy Claxton以美洲印第安人的身份上场比赛了一周,直到后来他的黑人血统被挖掘出来,才被终止了合同。Then in 1945, while men of all sorts of ethnic backgrounds were dying beside each other in WWII, Happy Chandler, the new baseball commissioner, supported the signing of Jackie Robinson to the Brooklyn Dodgers. Robinson was called up to play in 1947, the same year Larry Doby, another black American and hall of famer, played for the Cleveland Indians.后来到了1945年,无论什么血统的男人们都肩并肩地倒在了二战的战场上。那时,新的棒球委员会成员Happy Chandler持Jackie Robinson与布鲁克林道奇队签约。Robinson于是在1947年的比赛中上场了。同年,另一位黑人,同时也是名人堂成员之一的Larry Doby,为克里夫兰印第安人队效力。 Myth 11: ;The British Are Coming;谣言11:;英国人要来了;Sarah Palin#39;s recent flub brought attention to this inexhaustible myth. While her retelling of history was creative, the truth of the matter is that the wealthy silversmith and organizer of the ;alarm system; set to warn of British invasion, Revere, was tipped off by Joseph Warren that British troops were heading after Samuel Adams and John Hancock.莎拉佩林最近的口误让这个传言又红火起来,尽管她重述的历史是瞎编的。事情的真相是:富有的银匠、;警报系统;(用于发布英国人入侵的警报)的组织者Revere,收到了Joseph Warren的密报,说英国军队正在搜捕Samuel Adams和John Hancock。Revere set out and informed every messenger and rider he could about the movement. By the end of the night, it#39;s figured nearly 40 men were sending out similar warnings by the time Revere crossed the Charles and warned every home in Charlestown of the British arrival. According to local sources, secrecy needed to be maintained and so Revere actually yelling, ;The British are coming; would have been ill-advised, so the more stealthy ;The Regulars are coming out; was used.于是Revere通知了每个能通知到的信使和骑手们。当夜,Revere横渡查尔斯河,将;英国人要来了;的消息通知了查尔斯敦的每户居民;与此同时,有近40人向外散布了同样的警告。据当地原始资料记载,为了不泄密,Revere喊的其实不是;英国人要来了;,而是更为隐秘的;统治者要来了;。Myth 12: Dan Quayle Misspelled ;Potato;谣言12:丹奎尔拼错了单词;Potato;(土豆)Dan Quayle, the VP under President Bush Sr., never seemed to shake his image of a dunce following a much publicized misspelling of the word ;potato; to a group of elementary school students in New Jersey. The truth of the matter is, the spelling card Quayle held, and was assured had been checked, was wrong, adding an ;e; to the end of the word. The incident seriously damaged the Bush-Quayle presidential ticket and Clinton-Gore went on to win the election.丹奎尔是老布什总统手下的副总统。自从有次访问一所新泽西州的小学时,他不小心把;potato;(土豆)这个单词拼错后,似乎就再也没法从公众心中抹去其;呆瓜;的形象。事情的真相是,倒霉的Quayle那天手上拿的拼写卡,本身就是印刷错误的;;词尾多加了个;e;,尽管这张卡事先被检查过(不知检查的人是干什么吃的;;)。总之,这个事件极大地影响了布什-奎尔竞选集团的选票,于是克林顿-戈尔集团赢了选举。Myth 13: George Washington And The Cherry Tree谣言13:乔治华盛顿和樱桃树的故事According to UVA scholars, Washington chopping down his Cherry Tree is pure myth, an attempt to construct a legend around the nation#39;s first President after Washington#39;s initial biography painted him as ;cold and colorless.; The moral of the Cherry Tree story was Washington#39;s humility and honesty, a fable attributed to the leader#39;s refusal to continue serving, thus contradicting the grab for power and tyranny from which the nation had just escaped.据弗吉尼亚大学的学者们说,;华盛顿砍倒自家的樱桃树;的故事纯属虚构,这只是给美国第一任总统平白添加的光环,以缓和其自传中;冷酷呆板;的形象。这个故事的寓意是为了体现华盛顿的谦虚和诚实,对这位自动放弃连任、归隐田园的总统加以润饰,与美国独立前统治者独爱权势和暴政的情形产生极大反差。Myth 14: Prison Is Only For Hardened Criminals谣言14:监狱是专为重刑犯准备的According to numerous studies, America#39;s incarceration rate is the highest in the world, topping 743 per 100,000 persons, with more than 2.2 million behind bars as of 2011. Scary still, one out of every 143 adults and one in 111 African-Americans are behind bars. (Meanwhile, racial profiling is rampant across the country, to the extent that everyone from Congressional Democrats to former President George W. Bush have called it unconstitutional and just plain ;wrong.;) With so many behind bars, it#39;s not possible that all of these people are serious thugs.据多项研究表明,美国监禁率为全球最高,达到每10万人中就有743个蹲监狱的,2011全年共收了220万个罪犯入狱。更恐怖的是,143个成年人里就有一个是罪犯,111个非洲裔美国人里就有一个是蹲大牢的。(与此同时,种族歧视在全美泛滥,从民主党议员到前总统小布什,几乎所有人都指出这是;不符合宪法精神的;以及是;完全错误的;。)可见虽然如今蹲大牢的人这么多,但不可能个个都是重刑犯吧。 /201112/165715

A friend asks me “Why Chinese don’t go Dutch?” So I want to regard this question as the topic and write an article. As everyone knows, Occidental will go Dutch while having a meal in the restaurant. But Chinese don’t go Dutch. Chinese will pay the bill and check out generously. Occidental don’t often entertain guests; but Chinese often invite friend to dinner. A lot of Occidentals feel puzzled to this question.一个朋友问我:“为什么中国人不是各付各的钱?”所以我要写一篇文章把这个问题作为关注的焦点。正像每个人都知道的那样,西方人在饭店吃饭往往都是AA制,而中国人却慷慨地把别人的也一起给付了。西方人不常款待客人,而中国人却经常邀请朋友吃饭。许多西方人对此感到困惑不解。 Why exists such a difference? Because of the East and West culture and custom are different on the surface. I will analyze this question concretely.为什么存在这样的差别呢?表面上的原因是由于东西方文化的差异。我将具体分析其中道理。First of all, food systems between China and Occident are different. Chinese put into practice Gather Dining System; Occidentals put into practice Individual Dining System. Everybody can share the delicious food of all over the table when eating Chinese food. Please note it is sharing; but Occidentals just eat the food in one’s own plate, if you eat beef, he eats chicken. It is impossible that you taste the flavor of his chicken. The result of the Individual Dining System is that you can only eat the food in your plate. It is unable to share. Ha-ha! What I said is right!首先,西方国家和中国的进餐方式不同。中国人实行的是“集体共享制”;西方人实行的是“个人分餐制”。中国人吃饭时每个人都可以共享桌上的每一种鲜美食品,请注意是“共享”;但西方人只是吃自己盘子里的食物,假如你吃牛肉,他吃鸡肉,你就不可能品尝他的鸡肉。“个人分餐制”的结果就是你只能吃自己盘子里的,不可能共享食品。哈哈,我说的不错吧!So to eat Chinese food is happier than to eat Western-style food. And I want to ask you a question. Do you like the free thing? I think nobody don’t like the free thing. Ok! Suppose I invite you to eat the delicious Chinese food, then I pay the bill. This is equivalent to that you have enjoyed a delicious Chinese food free. So you will be very glad. Have strengthened the relation between us in the happy atmosphere.因此,吃中餐比吃西餐更能让人愉悦。我想问你个问题:你喜欢免费的东西吗?我想没有人会说不喜欢。Ok!假如我请你吃鲜美的中国食品,并且我来付账。这就等于是让你免费享用了中国美食,因此你会非常开心。这种愉快的气氛便加强了你我之间的联系。Secondly, Occidentals eat for the health; Chinese eat for the friendship. Occidental advocate individualism and independence is strong. So Occidental express that respect for each other’s independence through the way go Dutch. Chinese like making friends and solidarity. Chinese value the interpersonal relationships and friendship very much. There are a lot of folk adages in China, for example “Depend on parents at home, leave home and depend on the friend!”,“Handle affairs is easy if you have many friends!”, another sentence is the more violent: “Insert the knife into both sides of the rib for friend!!!”.其次,西方人聚餐是身体的需要;中国人聚餐是为了友谊。西方人倡导个人主义,独立性很强。因此西方人通过各自付账的方式来表达他们对彼此独立性的赞赏。而中国人却非常看中人与人之间的交流和友谊。中国有很多谚语,比如:“在家靠父母,出门靠朋友!”.“朋友多了好办事!”,还有一句更猛的:“为朋友两肋插刀!!!” /200903/65287

你怎么能说我不浪漫呢?昨天我还差点想给你买花来着!In order to stay sharp, it is important that you exercise your brain. The less we use our minds, the duller they become. There is a lot of emphasis these days on staying physically healthy, but we should also be concerned for our mental well-being. Our brains continue to expand and adapt to the stimuli they receive throughout our lives. The more we take care of our brains, the better thinkers we become. Here are twenty ways that you can develop a training regimen for your brain!想要保持敏锐,最重要的是要锻炼你的大脑。我们思考得越少,它就会变得越迟钝。如今我们越来越注重保持生理健康,但我们也应该关注我们的精神健康。在一生中,我们的大脑都在持续扩张和适应受到的刺激。我们更关心我们的大脑,我们会变得更有智慧。这里有20个训练大脑的方案。11. Break your routines.Drive a new way to work. Try writing with your less dominant hand. Mix things up a little. This perks up your brain because it requires you to think more. You arenrsquo;t just running on auto-pilot. Challenge your brain by getting out of your routines and it will respond. This is a great way to get your mental juices flowing.11. 打破常规。选择一条新路开车去工作。试着用另外一只手去写字。将一点不同的东西掺杂在一起。这将使你的大脑得到锻炼,因为它需要你思考更多。你不能只是自动驾驶。离开你的定式来挑战你的大脑,它将有所反应。这是使你;脑浆;流动的好方法。12. Stop watching so much television.Researchers have found that too much television between the ages of 1 and 3 leads to attention problems later in childhood. Let#39;s face it, TV is mind-numbing. Get up off the couch and away from the television. Sure, there is some good educational stuff for children and adults, but the average American watches way too much TV. If you want peak mental performance, then turn off the boob tube.12. 不要看太多电视。研究者发现在1-3岁时看太多电视会导致儿童注意力问题。也就是说,电视使心态麻木。从沙发上起来,离开电视机。当然,也有一些好的教育节目给孩子和大人们,但是整体上美国人看太多电视了。如果你想要高效的精神表现就关掉电视吧。13. Work with numbers.Do math problems in your head instead of on a calculator. For many of us, it is use it or lose it. We have become mentally lazy. We rely on our gadgets instead of thinking for ourselves. Working with and memorizing numbers is a great way to get your brain back in shape. This could pay off big dividends down the road!13. 处理数字问题。心算而不是用计算器计算。对我们多数人而言,要么使用它,要么失去它。我们已经变得精神懒惰了。我们依赖工具而不是自己思考。处理和记忆数字是使大脑恢复状态的好途径。这一路上能够偿还大量股息。14. Stop relying on your GPS to tell you where to go.Remember the cab drivers in the 8th above? Using your brain to figure out how to get from Point A to Point B is good mental exercise. You have to use your brain#39;s ability to determine spatial relationships to effectively a map and navigate a city. Traveling in an unfamiliar area is even better!14. 停止依靠GPS走路。记住第8条里所讲的出租车司机。用你的大脑去指出如何从点A到点B是很好的思维体操。你必须用你大脑的能力来决定空间关系,提高读地图的效率和穿梭城市。在一个陌生的地方旅行就更好了!15. Recall old memories.Get out those old picture albums and start thumbing through them. This taps into your brains memory banks. Pictures will help you recall things that you thought you forgot. Dig deep to see just what all you remember. If you have other ways to stimulate your memory, like old letters or home movies, then by all means use those too.15. 唤起远久的记忆。找出老照片并且开始翻阅。这将进入你头脑中的记忆。图像将帮助你想起你已经忘记的东西。深入挖掘就是所有你记得的东西。如果你有别的方法来唤醒你的记忆,就像以前的信件和家庭电影,那么也尽可能得利用它们。16. Make beautiful music.Learning to play a musical instrument is a great way to super-charge your brain. It requires a number of different parts of your brain to work together to make the melodies that you desire. Of course, if you are aly a musician, then learn a new piece. Push yourself to learn new techniques. Music is a great workout for the mind.16. 创造优美的音乐。学习演奏一件乐器是超级改变你的大脑的方法。它需要你大脑的多个不同部分协调工作来创作出你想要的旋律。当然,如果你已经是一个音乐家了,学习一件新的东西。迫使你自己学习新技术。音乐是思想伟大的锻炼。17. Speak a new tongue.Many people agree that learning to speak a new language is a powerful way to give the mind a stretch. If you#39;ve ever tried to learn even a few new words, then you know this can be difficult. Of course, the harder something is for the brain, the better! You have so much more mental capacity than you might imagine. Give it a try!17. 说一种新语言。许多人同意学习一门新语言是使思想延伸的一种有力途径。如果你曾经尝试学习即使是几个新单词,那么你知道这会很难。当然,给大脑越难的东西越好!你有比你想象的要多得多的思维能力。让它试一下吧!18. Memorize a song.Many of us have lots of old songs stored in our heads, but why not expand your memory by learning a few new tunes? It may take awhile at first, but if you keep at it, you will find it gets easier. This is your brain getting back in shape.18. 记忆一首歌。我们很多人头脑中都储存有许多老歌,但为什么不通过学习一些新的调子来扩充我们的记忆?它将在开始的时候花费一点时间,但如果你坚持怎么做,你将发现会越来越简单。这是你的大脑恢复状态了。19. Walk around the house blindfolded.It might seem like a strange activity, but your brain can handle it. Once you try it a few times, you will probably find it fun and challenging. Again, this one draws on your memory, motor skills, and reasoning abilities. What a workout!19. 遮住你的双眼绕你的屋子走。这看起来是一种陌生的活动,但你的大脑能够处理它。一旦你试了几次,你就可能发现它很有趣和有挑战性。另外,这会应用你的记忆、运动技能和推理能力。多么好的锻炼!20. Expand your vocabulary.Decide to learn one new word a day. There are several websites out there that can help you with this endeavor. You#39;ll not only be expanding your mind, but you#39;ll also be able to impress your friends and co-workers when you work one of your new words into a conversation.20. 扩大你的词汇量。决定每天学习一个新单词。有许多能够帮你做这项努力的网站。你将不止扩大你的思想,而且当你在谈话中引入一个新词汇时能够使你的朋友和同事印象深刻。Get started today and be smarter tomorrow!今天就开始行动,明天将更聪明!There you have it! I have just given you 20 very practical ways to sharpen your mind. These suggestions will have your brain back in tip-top shape in no time. Why are you waiting? It is time to start exercising your mental muscles!你都知道了!我刚刚已经给了你20条非常实用的能使你的思维敏锐的方法。这些建议将马上使你的大脑回到最佳状态。你为什么还在等待?是时候锻炼你的思想神经了。 /201111/162577Best for kids to face parents in buggy - report Children pushed in buggies which face away from their parents may suffer long-term emotional and language problems, according to a study published on Friday.The research, believed to be the first of its kind, found that children who were not facing the person that pushed them were less likely to talk, laugh and interact with their parents compared with those babies that did.Children pushed in buggies which face away from their parents may suffer long-term emotional and language problems, according to a study published on Friday.The findings were based on a study of 2,722 parents and babies and an experiment where 20 babies were wheeled in buggies for a mile, facing their parents for half the journey and facing away for the other half.Parents using face-to-face buggies were twice as likely to talk to their children while the heart rates of the babies fell and they were twice as likely to fall asleep, an indicator that they were feeling relaxed and safe.Additionally only one baby out of the 20 studied laughed while sitting in an away-facing buggy."Our data suggests that for many babies today, life in a buggy is emotionally impoverished and possibly stressful," said Dr Suzanne Zeedyk, Developmental Psychologist at Scotland's Dundee University who carried out the research."Stressed babies grow into anxious adults."The study, which was published by National Literacy Trust as part of its Talk To Your Baby campaign, found that 62 percent of all children observed travelled in away-facing buggies, rising to 86 percent between the ages of 1 and 2.Zeedyk said it would impact negatively on babies' development if they spent a long time in a buggy which undermined their ability to communicate with their parent at a time when their brain was developing rapidly.Laura Barbour of the Sutton Trust, a social mobility charity which funded the research, said buggy manufacturers should look closely at the findings. 上周五公布的一项研究表明,坐童车背对父母的宝宝今后可能会出现情感和语言方面的长期障碍。研究发现,与在童车里面对父母而坐的宝宝相比,背对父母的宝宝更不爱说笑,也不爱与父母交流。这项研究尚属该领域首次。研究人员对2722对父母和宝宝进行了一项研究,并对20个坐童车的宝宝开展了一项实验。研究人员让父母推着宝宝走一英里的路程,其中半英里让宝宝面向他们,另一半路程让宝宝背对他们。结果显示,使用面对式童车的父母与宝宝交流的几率为背对时的两倍,同时,宝宝的心律有所下降,睡着的几率为背对时的两倍,这表明此时宝宝很放松并有安全感。在参与实验的20个宝宝中,仅有一个宝宝在背对父母而坐时笑了。研究负责人、苏格兰邓迪大学的发展心理学家苏珊妮#8226;兹迪克士称:“我们的研究数据表明,如今很多宝宝的童车生活缺乏情感交流,还可能会感到紧张。”她说:“心理紧张的婴儿成年后更容易焦虑。”研究发现,有62%的宝宝坐背对式婴儿车,而在1岁至2岁的宝宝中,这一比例增至86%。这项研究由英国“全国读写信托”组织发布,是其开展的“与宝宝说话”活动的一部分。兹迪克称,宝宝的大脑发育很快,如果这段时期让他们长时间地坐在阻碍他们与父母交流的童车里,那么会对他们的发育造成负面影响。为该研究提供资金持的“萨顿信托”教育慈善基金会的劳拉#8226;巴伯尔称,童车生产商应密切关注这一研究结果。(实习生许雅宁 英语点津姗姗编辑) /200811/57288

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