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  Lin Yong has never been so excited about Dec 30–not because of the New Year celebrations, but because of the convenience of going to work he will enjoy afterwards.对于林勇(音译)来说,12月30日是个激动人心的好日子,并不是因为要喜迎新年,而是因为从此以后他上班更加方便了。The 26-year-old Beijinger lives in the east part of Chaoyang district and works at the Apple store in Sanlitun. Every morning, he takes the Batong Line to get to Line 1 and then transfers to Line 10 at Guomao station, one of the busiest interchange stations in the Beijing subway system.这位26岁的北京人住在朝阳区东部,在三里屯苹果店工作。每天早上,他都会搭乘地铁八通线转1号线,然后在国贸站换乘10号线,那里是北京地铁最繁忙的换乘站之一。After Dec 30, Lin can take Line 6, one of the new lines that will start operating that day, and transfer to Line 10 at a less crowded station. “I think it’s good news for commuters like me, because it saves us a lot of time and energy,” Lin said.12月30日,北京地铁多条新建线路开始正式通车运营,6号线便是其中之一。从此以后,林勇便可以乘坐地铁6号线到一个人流相对不那么拥挤的车站去换乘10号线。林勇表示:“我想这对于像我这样的通勤族来说是个好消息,这可以为我们节省不少的时间和精力。”Commuters like Lin, who lives in a suburban area and works in the city center, are common in China’s metropolises, such as Beijing and Shanghai. They are the main demographic to use subways in China.在北京、上海这些大城市中,像林勇这样住在市郊、在市中心工作的通勤一族十分普遍。在国内,他们是乘坐地铁的主要人群。Zhang Hongke is a professor of transportation engineering at Beijing Jiaotong University. His recent study into metropolitan commuting trends shows that, in Chinese cities with a well-developed subway system, more than half of people who commute to work use the subway–and a big part of them live quite far away from their workplace.近日,北京交通大学运输工程系教授张宏科(音译)针对大城市通勤趋势进行研究,研究结果显示在一些地铁系统较发达的中国城市,半数以上的人乘坐地铁通勤,且终于大部分人都住在离单位很远的地方。“In China’s big cities, as housing prices and rents in the central city increase rapidly, many people, even white-collar workers, are choosing to live in suburban areas,” Zhang said. “In those cities, business and working areas are relatively grouped. So the subway becomes the most convenient and economical way of getting to work.”张宏科表示:“在中国的大城市中,随着中心区域房价和房租的飞涨,很多人,甚至也有一些白领都选择住在市郊。在这些城市中,商业区和写字楼较为集中。这样一来,地铁就成为最便捷、也是最经济的一种通勤方式。”Zhang added that the expansive subway systems of big cities are a good example for how subways extend a city’s reach.张教授还表示,大城市中日益扩大的地铁系统也有力的明了城市范围因地铁而不断扩张。Although the lifestyle of “living in suburban areas and working in the city” also applies in the West, the demographic of subway commuters is slightly different.尽管在西方,人们也选择“居住在市郊,工作在城区”的生活方式,但地铁通勤人群却略有不同。Take New York City for example. According to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), in 2011, of those working in Manhattan, the main employment center in New York, a majority of 30 percent commute from within Manhattan, while 17 percent come from Queens and 16 percent from Brooklyn.就拿纽约为例。根据城市交通的相关数据显示,2011年,那些在纽约白领集中地——曼哈顿工作的通勤一族中,居住在曼哈顿的占30%之多,17%的人来自皇后区,16%的人则来自布鲁克林区。Those commuters who take the subway within Manhattan also include some quite wealthy middle-class citizens who can afford a car and live in a big house in a suburban area.那些住在曼哈顿的地铁通勤族之间也有一些十分富足的中产阶级,他们买得起汽车,住在郊区的大房子里。“There’s cheap, even free parking space outside metropolises like New York and London. They take the subway from there,” John Mackey, manager of New York City Transit, told The New Yorker. “It’s really about convenience. There are almost 150 metro stations in Manhattan, people can go anywhere anytime.”纽约市捷运局局长约翰#8226;麦基在接受《纽约客》采访时表示:“像纽约、伦敦这样的大城市市郊都设有价格低廉、甚至是免费的停车场。他们在那乘地铁上班。一切都是为了便捷。曼哈顿有大约150个地铁站,人们可以随时去任何地方。”Zhang thinks things would be different here. “In China, if someone can afford a car, they wouldn’t take public transportation that often, because it’s crowded and the stations are sometimes far from their destination,” Zhang said.在张宏科眼中,中国的情况则不同。他说:“在中国,人们一旦买得起汽车,就不会经常搭乘公共交通,一是因为太过拥挤,二是因为有时车站离目的地太远。”Lin Yong agrees. “If I had a car I’d drive to work on most days,” Lin said. “But, as that won’t happen in the near future, a new subway line is good enough for me.”林勇对此表示赞同。他说:“如果我有车的话,大多数时候就会开车上班。但目前这还不能实现,所以一条新的地铁线对我来说已经足够了。” /201212/213935。

  

  1. Will China's housing prices peak in 2010?2010年中国的房价将达到顶点?The story of the strong V-shaped recovery of the Chinese economy this year was followed by reports of soaring housing prices in many cities.今年中国经济成V字形强劲复苏,随之而来的是许多关于城市房价疯涨的报道。 The central government is aware of the danger of a property bubble that can inflate the national economy or even burst, derailing the ongoing economic recovery. Several policy measures have been announced to cool the red-hot real estate market. Well, how much trust do you place in government policies to control housing prices in 2010?政府已经意识到了房地产泡沫的危险性——可能造成国民经济的通货膨胀,甚至可能因为泡沫破灭,最终导致正在复苏的经济脱离正轨。政府已经出台了相关的政策措施,给火爆的房地产市场降降温。在2010年依靠政府出台的政策来调控房价,你认为这有多靠谱? /201001/94005Cases of officials gaming China#39;s strict residence registration system for property-buying sprees prompt public backlash.近日,中国数名官员违反严格的户籍制度购入大量房产的事件引发了公众的强烈谴责。A public security official in southern China purchased 192 properties with the help of a fake identification card, state media reported.据官方媒体报道,中国南方某地一名公安局官员利用假身份购买了192套房产。Zhao Haibin, a high-level Communist party official in Lufeng city#39;s public security bureau, was exposed online for alleged excessive property buying by a local multimillionaire amid a business dispute. Zhao claimed the properties belonged to his brother, but admitted to forging an identification card.广东省陆丰市公安局党委委员赵海滨被曝光持有大量房产,举报人是当地的一名亿万富豪,因一起商业纠纷发现了这一秘密。赵海滨声称这些房产归他弟弟所有,但承认伪造了身份。Identity fraud has become a recurring theme in property scandals after a senior executive at a bank in Shaanxi province was outed last month for purchasing 41 properties with fake residence registration permits, called hukou in Mandarin.上月,陕西省某地一位副行长龚爱爱因被曝伪造户籍文件(也称户口)购入41套住房而被刑事拘留。此后,又有多位官员的购房丑闻被曝光。China#39;s new leader Xi Jinping has embarked on a high-profile anti-corruption crackdown since he took the reins of the Communist party in the autumn.中国新任领导人习近平自去年秋季就任中共中央总书记以来,就开始高调反腐。;This kind of story, it underscores the fact that it#39;s very hard to know how much property people have,; said Jean-Pierre Cabestan, a Chinese politics expert at Hong Kong Baptist University. ;Because usually what they#39;ve done is to register the properties under relatives#39; names, friends#39; names and companies#39; names, so it#39;s a real maze, and it#39;s hard for the authorities to really pare down this kind of practice.;香港浸会大学的中国政治专家让#8226;皮埃尔#8226;卡贝斯坦说:“这种新闻让大家看到,想要清楚地知道人们有多少房产是很困难的,因为有些人会把房产登记在亲友和公司的名下,所以很难分辨。因此政府想要打击这种行为也很困难。”Internet users nicknamed Gong ;House Elder Sister; and Zhao ;House Grandpa;, a play on the netizen-dubbed ;Uncle House; – a 59-year-old Guangdong official who made headlines last autumn for owning 22 properties despite his meagre government salary.网民将龚爱爱称为“房”,将赵海滨称为“房爷”,这些绰号来自于“房叔”。“房叔”是广东的一位59岁的前官员,去年秋天因为被曝光持有22套房产,远远超过公职收入而得此名。;There are practical, logical and symbolic reasons; for the major public backlash against these cases, said Cabestan. ;For a long time Chinese people didn#39;t have access to property, it was a dream.;卡贝斯坦说,此类事件引发了公愤,“是有实际的、合乎常理、且具有象征意义的原因。长期以来中国民众都觉得房价过高,很多人买不起房,拥有住房成为很多人的梦想。”Furthermore, massive property investments by corrupt officials have contributed to a spike in housing prices, making even modest apartments unaffordable for ordinary people. ;For young couples, it#39;s getting very hard – it#39;s impossible without their parents#39; help to buy property,; he said. ;This is contributing to widening [China#39;s] social gap.;而且,腐败官员的大量房产投资也抬高了房价,使普通人无力购买一般的公寓住宅。他说:“对年轻夫妇来说,买房越来越难,不啃老就买不起房。这也加剧了社会分化。” /201302/224869

  Longshan Culture龙山文化Longshan culture was a late Neolithic culture centered around the central and lower Yellow River in China.龙山文化是一种以中国的黄河中游和下游为中心的新石器时代晚期文化。The Longshan people lived on the plains of eastern China.龙山人居住在中国东部的平原。Their villages were similar to those of the Yangshao, but evidence of stamped earth fortresses is found in some sites.他们的村落和仰韶文化非常相似,但是踏平的土堡的痕迹在一些遗址里也被发现。The distinctive feature of Longshan culture was the high level of skill in pottery making,龙山文化的特别之处在于制陶的高超技能,including the use of pottery wheels.包括对于拉柸机的使用。Longshan pottery was noted for its highly polished black pottery.龙山陶器因它高度抛光的黑陶而闻名。Just because of its distinguished pottery, Longshan culture has been called the Black Pottery Culture.正是因为它与众不同的陶艺,龙山文化被称为黑陶文化。Their domesticated animals were the pig, dog, sheep, and ox.他们家养的动物有猪、、绵羊和公牛。 /201508/393929

  Hong Kong#39;s favorite new resident, a giant inflatable duck, took a turn for the worse on Wednesday, looking less like an oversized lovable plaything and more like an unappetizing fried egg on the water.香港最受欢迎的新市民——一只巨大的充气橡皮鸭在周三时表现不佳。此时的它看起来不那么像一个巨型的可爱玩具,而像漂浮在水上让人食欲全无的煎蛋。The 16.5-meter (54 feet) inflatable sculpture mysteriously lost its mojo overnight, deflated and bobbed lifelessly in Victoria Harbour.这个16.5米高的充气作品一夜之间神秘地如失去了魔咒似的漏气了,毫无生机地漂浮在维多利亚港中。Organizers called an urgent duck crisis meeting early Wednesday and didn#39;t respond to questions about the misfortunes of the duck or whether the deflation was part of regular maintenance, as reported in some local media. A tweet did appear however on the official Harbour City Twitter account, saying: ;The Rubber Duck needs to freshen up. Stay tuned for its return.;当地媒体报道,活动组织者在周三早上就“鸭子危机”紧急召开会议,不过并没有对关于这只鸭子不幸遭遇作出回应,也没有表示漏气是否跟常规维护有关。但是,香港海港城的官方推特上发出了一条信息称:“橡皮鸭需要稍作休息,请耐心等着它回来!”The duck has captivated Hong Kong since its arrival earlier this month. News of the duck#39;s deflation was splashed across Hong Kong media and social networks.在本月初,这只鸭子刚到达香港时就已风靡全港,现在它漏气的新闻也在香港媒体和社交网络平台间流传。Called ;Rubber Duck,; it#39;s the product of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman. After going on show on May 2, it was to be on display until June 9.这只“橡皮鸭” 是荷兰艺术家霍夫曼的作品,它于5月2日开始在香港展出直至6月9日结束。Though it#39;s unclear what happened to the duck, the artist told CNN earlier that the duck was built locally so it would be easier to fix.尽管并不清楚这只鸭子身上到底发生了什么,但是做出这个作品的艺术家之前就告诉过记者鸭子是在当地制作的,所以修起来很容易。Hong Kong is the latest port of call for the duck. It#39;s previously taken up temporary residence in cities all over the world, including Osaka, Sydney, Sao Paolo and Amsterdam.香港是这只鸭子展出到现在最新的一站,它之前还在世界上很多其它城市展出过,这些城市包括大阪、悉尼、圣保罗和阿姆斯特丹。 /201305/240210

  

  Top 10 Lost Rules Of Etiquette文明礼仪曾经是社会的粘合剂Etiquette used to be the glue that held society together. It enabled people to get on with friends and neighbors without causing offense or harm. Sadly, these days it has mostly gone by the wayside. This list is of 10 of the best rules of etiquette that have now vanished. Perhaps it will inspire some to revive them!文明礼仪曾经是社会的粘合剂,它使朋友或邻里之间能够和睦相处,避免产生擦或伤害。可惜,随着时间的流逝大部分的文明礼仪都淡出了人们的视线。以下十条便是那些已彻底退出历史舞台的礼仪中佼佼者。或许通过本文可以让一些人有所意识,让这些文明礼仪重获生机。Men#39;s Wedding Clothing男士结婚礼I have made this item 10 because it is more a case of correct dress rather than manners. First off, if your wedding is before 6 in the evening, you should not wear a tuxedo (black tie) or tails (white tie). You should either wear a formal suit or - if you want to be very proper - a morning suit. There is an excellent article here that will explain the rules of wedding dress for men. It is customary for the groom to give a tie to each of the men in the wedding party. If you are wearing a morning suit or a formal suit, give your wedding party ties that are similar but do not match. You want the party to look similar - but not like members of a choir. The photograph above shows you how this can be done to very good effect. It is, of course, Prince Henry and Prince William at their father#39;s wedding. If you are getting married after 6pm, you can wear a tuxedo or tails as these are evening clothes. Here is a guide for wearing tails.在婚礼上,新郎有正确的着装要远比有得体的行为举止重要得多,故此条位列第十。首先,如果你的婚礼是在傍晚六点前举行,那么你就不应该选择穿无尾礼配黑色或白色领带。最正确的着装应该是选择正式的西或英式长尾礼。在这里向大家推荐一篇佳作,它介绍了男士在选择婚礼饰上应遵循的原则。婚礼上新郎要送给在场的每位男士领带是个惯例。如果你在婚礼上穿的是英式长尾礼或正式的西,那么就该选择和衣风格相似而不相配的领带当做礼物。千万不要弄巧成拙,为了婚礼有统一的格调,最终却使现场变成个合唱团。之所以选用Henry和Willam王子参加该父亲婚礼的照片,是为了说明人们可以将这条礼节表现得多淋漓尽致。如果你的婚礼是在傍晚六点之后举行,那么你可以选择无尾或燕尾这类的晚礼。此处向大家介绍穿燕尾的诀窍。Opening The Door开门In days gone by, a gentleman would always open doors for ladies. Whether it be the lady they were driving, or a stranger entering a building, it was always the done thing. This has now almost entirely vanished - and it is not entirely the fault of the men. I have seen women sneer at men for opening a door for them. They seem to be confusing manners with chauvinism. My advice in this case is to smile at the sneering lady and open the door anyway.在过去,绅士总是要为女士开门。无论这位女士是自己的女伴,还是一个要进楼的陌生人,为女士务都是男士的分内之事。而如今这个礼节已几近消亡,可是这并非全然是男人们的过错。我曾目睹一些女人嘲笑要为他们开门的男人。这些人似乎混淆了礼貌和沙文主义的内涵。我的看法是,建议男士以微笑对嘲笑,并坚持替女士开门。Writing Thank-you Notes写感谢函In days gone by, whenever a person received a gift, they would write a thank-you as soon as possible. This rule was true even if the giver was a relative. Parents would sit children down after a birthday or Christmas and coach them in their first thank-you notes. It is a shame that gift giving has now become a virtual obligation and the idea of a thank-you note would be scoffed at. If you ignore every other item on this list, at least try to teach your children to write thank you notes - they will have a greater appreciation of gifts they receive.在过去人们无论何时收到礼物都会尽快回寄一封感谢函。即使双方是亲戚,也不能免节。父母会在某个生日派对或圣诞派对之后,教孩子们写人生中第一封感谢函。遗憾的是,赠送礼物在现代已非常少见,而回寄感谢函的想法更是为人所不耻。你可以忽略其他九条礼节,但请至少教会孩子写感谢函-这会让他们对收到的礼物怀有更大的感激之情。 /201207/190597

  1. Never waste water. 永远都不要浪费水。 2. Listen to good music, especially jazz.听好音乐,特别是爵士乐。 /201006/106861

  Books and Artts; Book review;How the internet works文艺书评;互联网如何运作Contrary to expectations, the internet has a heart of cable and steel和预期不一样,互联网有一颗由电缆和钢铁组成的“心脏”;Goverments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind.; So begins John Perry Barlow, once a lyricist for the GratefulDead and now a cyber-libertarian, in a tract he penned in 1996, entitled, ;A Declaration of theIndependence of Cyberspace;. It is a poetic summation of the common image of the internet as an ethereal, non-physical thing—an immanent Cloud that is at once everywhere and for ever on the far side of a screen.此书开篇引用了约翰·佩里·巴洛于1996年写的一篇文章中的一段话:“工业世界的统治者们,你们是由实体和钢铁组成的乏味巨物,而我来自思想的新家园——网络空间。”他曾是死之华乐队的作词人,而今则是一位网络自由主义者。他还称此书为“网络空间的独立宣言”。这是对互联网的普遍印象饱含诗意的总结:飘逸、虚无的东西——如一朵浮云,可以即刻无处不在,而又永远在电脑屏幕遥远的另一端。For Andrew Blum, a writer for Wired, that illusion was shattered on the day a squirrelchewed through the wire connecting his house to the internet. That rude reminder of the net#39;s physicality sparked an interest in the infrastructure that makes the internet possible—the globe-spanning tangle of wires, cables, routers and data centres that most users take entirely for granted. His book is an engaging reminder that, cyber-Utopianism aside, the internet is as much a thing of flesh and steel as any industrial-age lumber mill or factory.对于《连线》杂志撰稿人安德鲁·布朗姆而言,在一只松鼠咬断他的网线的那天,这种幻想已被打破。这个对网络实体“无礼”的提醒激起了他对互联网基础设施的兴趣,因为这些满世界绕在一起的电线、电缆、路由器和数据中心使得互联网成为可能,而大多数用户认为这些完全是理所当然。他的书是一个引人入胜的提醒:抛开网络乌托邦主义不谈,互联网和任何工业时代的伐木场或工厂一样,都是由实体和钢铁组成的。It is also an excellent introduction to the nuts and bolts of how exactly it all works. The term “internet” is a collective noun for thousands of smaller networks, run by corporations, governments, universities and private business, all stitched together to form one (mostly) seamless, global, “internetworked” whole. In theory, the internet is meant to be widely distributed and heavily resilient, with many possible routes between any two destinations. In practice, acombination of economics and geography means that much of its infrastructure is concentratedin a comparatively small number of places.该书也是对互联网所有基本要素如何运作的一次精介绍。术语“互联网”是一个集合名词,包括数以千计由公司、政府、大学和私营企业运作的子网络,所有这些交织在一起形成一个(基本上)无缝对接、全球互联运作的网络整体。理论上说,互联网应该是分布广、承载量大、包含任意两点之间许多可能的路径。实际上,说它是经济学和地理学的结合,其意为它将众多的基础设施集中于相对少数的空间内。So when Mr Blum travels to the tiny Cornish village of Porthcurno, he is able to see the landing stations for many of the great transatlantic fibre-optic cables that carry traffic—in the form of beams of pulsating laser light—between Europe and the Americas. A couple of hundred miles up the road is the London Internet Exchange, a building in which individual networks can connect to each other and to the wider internet. London#39;s exchange is the world#39;s third-busiest, behind the ones in Frankfurt and Amsterdam. What happens in such places can affect millions of people: one veteran network engineer in an American exchange recalls “shut[ting] off Australia” when one of that country#39;s big networks was tardy with its bills.所以当布朗姆先生来到波斯科诺的小村康沃尔时,他看到了基站——站内许多横跨大西洋的粗大光纤电缆内部迅速地闪动着一道道激光,并以这种形式在欧洲和美洲之间传递信息。沿着道路方向的几百英里外就是伦敦网络交换中心,通过它,单个的局域网可以相互连通,也可以连接到广域的互联网;论繁忙程度,它只排在法兰克福和阿姆斯特丹之后。这里的所发生的一切可以影响上百万人:一位曾在美国交换中心工作资深的网络工程师回忆到,在澳大利亚的巨大局域网中,曾有某个局域网拖欠费用,该中心就发出了 “切断澳大利亚的网路”的指令。Network engineering is not a glamorous profession, and the physical structures of the greatest network ever built lack the grandeur of a hydroelectric dam or a continent-spanning railway. But they do have their own style: featureless, virtually deserted buildings, full of marching rows of high-tech servers and routers fed by thick bundles of cable, their cooling fans forming a roaring chorus in the chilly gloom. That style is modulated by the local culture of wherever the building happens to be. Thus one American firm goes for a super high-tech, “cyberrific” look in an attempt to impress clients. Frankfurt#39;s internet exchange is a model of cool rationality, whereas London#39;s is grotty and coming apart at the seams.网络工程并非一个光鲜的行业,而且最为庞大网络的实物构造缺乏水电大坝的宏伟壮观,也没有洲际铁路的绵延大气。但它确实有自己的特点:普普通通、几乎废弃的大楼里,整齐地排满了富含高科技的务器和路由器,由厚厚的几捆电缆连接起来,它们的散热风扇在冷清昏暗中组成了一正在高歌的合唱队。无论大楼在哪,这种特点都会受到本地文化的影响。因此,一个追求超高科技风格的美国公司,打造“网络交通”的外观是给客户留下深刻印象的一种尝试途径。法兰克福网络交换中心就是良好理性的一个模板,而伦敦的则是脏乱带着些破裂。And then there are the engineers themselves, a rootless but engaging brotherhood that travels the world from rack to rack, helping to keep the electronic show on the road, and whose interactions and dealmaking does a lot to shape the geography of the electronic spider#39;s web that now engulfs the planet.还有工程师他们自身是一个较为松散但相处融洽的组织,马不停蹄地在世界各地旅行,奔波于电子产品展览会,他们的交际和生意圈如一张电子蜘蛛网正在包围整个世界。Mr Blum#39;s book is an excellent guide for anyone interested in how the global modern electronic infrastructure works. And it is a timely antidote to oft-repeated abstractions about “cyberspace” or “cloud computing”. Such terms gloss over the fact that, just like the pipes that carry water, the tubes that carry bits are reliant on old-fashioned, low-tech spadework, humancontact and the geographical reality in which all that exists.对“世界上的现代电子设施是如何运作的”这一问题有兴趣的任何人,可以通过布朗姆先生这本书得到良好的入门指引。该书也是对被热议的“网络空间”或“云计算”这类抽象概念的及时说明。这些术语掩盖了一个事实:正如水管输送自来水,网路传递着信息。它有赖于老式、低技术含量的基础工作,人们的交往;这些都存在于现实的地理状况之中。 /201209/199937

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