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义乌中医院切眼袋手术多少钱义乌自体脂肪填充下巴U.S. Graduates Look To China CNN's Emily Chang reports on the lure of China for freshly minted American graduates and entrepreneurs. Everyday in Beijing, 31-year-old Robin Chan walks through the doors of a multi-million-dollar company he built from the ground up. He's an American who moved to China with one simple idea. The idea was straightforward--be the first to build a social game company in China. So this is a 3D rendition of one of our avatars, you can see.... Chan and his staff at XPD Media design social games, games you play with friends on networking sites like Facebook and MySpace. It was a courageous bet, but it was a bet worth making.Forget about living the American dream, this is the Chinese dream. His company is backed by the founder of MTV.There isn't a lot of cool opportunities in China unless you create your own, and that's part of the excitement of China.Many young people come to China, thinking this is the land of opportunity, the promised land, the wild, wild east that if you strike big, you could make it really big. But is that the reality?Not necessarily! Morgan McGilvray just finished his MBA. I thought, well, since there're no jobs at home anyway, I'll be adventurous and come, er, finish my time out in China. Are they throwing jobs at me? No.So he's focused on learning Mandarin and becoming a more attractive candidate.Usually the first thing is to check email and then I go to China Development Brief for nonprofit jobs.Annie Ly has been looking in the nonprofit field for nine months while volunteering and working to make ends meet. But she plans to stick it out in China, in part because she can afford more with less.Back home I'd probably live with my parents with what I make here. But here I have a great, you know, one-bedroom apartment for myself...But realizing her Chinese dream may be difficult in a job market that's becoming more competitive.We have a lot of very worldly, very intelligent and talented Chinese that are studying in the ed States and they're coming back to China. These folks are the ones that most multinationals and Chinese firms are trying to hire.But for those who do make it, the payoff can be huge. If I started out in New York, I mean, it's completely feasible to think that I will be their receptionist.Instead, at 25 years old, Henri Benaim is directing a gallery in China's contemporary art district, showcasing the likes of the famous photographer Wang Jinsong. This is our artist that I have seen in museum shows in New York and seen in catalogues and now in my job. Now we represent him. Still with all this responsibility, comes a lot of pressure: for Henri, pressure to make sales, for Robin, pressure to innovate, and for Annie and Morgan, the dream is yet to be fulfilled, though none can resist the lure of opportunity in the world's most dynamic economy.Emily Chang, CNN, Beijing.Vocabulary:1. avatar: an electronic image that represents and is manipulated by a computer user (as in a computer game or an online shopping site)2. stick it out: 坚持到底3. the likes of: such people as08/82263东阳妇保医院打瘦腿针多少钱 首架中国组装空客A329飞机在上周完成地面测试后,于5月18日成功完成首次飞行测试。本次测试共进行4个小时16分钟。空客公司生产飞行测试部副总裁、资深测试飞行员哈利·耐尔森表示:"此次飞行非常成功,飞机各项性能完全达到预定目标。"据了解,首次测试飞行任务是由哈利·耐尔森和资深测试飞行员菲利普·佩勒林完成。其他机组成员还包括空中客车公司飞行及综合测试部负责人费尔南多·阿隆索,空中客车公司培养的第一位中国飞行测试工程师任子聃和客舱工程师埃里克·加西亚。 The first China-assembled Airbus A320 plane has made a smooth landing on the second runway in Tianjin Binhai International Airport Monday afternoon, becoming the first Airbus A320 plane assembled outside the Europe made a successful test flight.The test flight began at 10:40 a.m. when the Airbus A320 was slowly dragged to the second runway by a trailer, and the plane took off 2 minutes later.This Airbus A320 plane, painted in white and red and printed with the sign of "Sichuan Airlines", made a 4 hours and 16 minutes test flight before its landing.It is learned that the first Airbus A320 plane assembled in China, which has aly been purchased by Beijing-based Dragon Aviation Leasing Co Ltd. and leased to Sichuan Airlines, will be delivered to Sichuan Airlines for operation by the end of June.The goal of Airbus (Tianjin) final assembly line is to deliver a total of 11 aircrafts by the end of , to China's Hainan Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, and Shenzhen Airlines for operating respectively.The Airbus (Tianjin) is planning to produce 2 aircrafts per month by the end of this year and reach the maximum production capacity of 4 aircrafts per month by the end of 2011.Tianjin is the third city which have the Airbus final assembly line besides Toulouse in France and Hamburg in Germany. Toulouse 图卢兹,法国南部城市Hamburg 汉堡,德国西北部城市05/70569NBA stars jump ship NBA A weak dollar and huge contracts from across the Atlantic are pulling basketball players away from the NBA.A. What's going on ,everyone? Thanks for being in here. I am joined by P Torey, Sports Illustrated. Thank you for being in here. B. Of course, anytime. A. If, just a few years ago, if I would have said to you, people that are playing in the NBA, players that have a spot, they’re getting /game time,actually / are leaving the NBA and going to play ball in Europe. You probably would go to me and said I'm crazy. B. Yeah, that's basically true. I mean, the fact is we have /12 players so far this summer leave from the NBA to play aboard in Europe, and it gonna be a watershed season, I mean, for the evolution of the NBA before you had a guy like Dominique Wilkins go over to Italy, the end of his career, you know, feast on * and enjoy retirement. But now it's completely different. A. So why are we seeing that now? Why we are seeing players saying? You know what, the ball over there. That's where I should be. B. Yeah, well the first reason is the fact that ring offered more money than ever before. A. So the business aspect? B. Yes. And that's a reflection of the domestic and international economy. These guys are being paid in Euros and they are being paid roughly three times as much as they’ll be paid otherwise if they stayed in the states. And that's the value you can’t really get by staying at home. A. And a weak dollar obviously point a factor here. Just a couple of days ago, over that Democratic National Convention, CNN.money called up with Sir Charles Barkley. We talked him, exactly, we talked him about this exact question. Take a look and listen to what he had to say. Barkley: I think they are making a bid to do out of nothing. No great NBA player is gonna go play overseas. A. Alright, now that I'm trying to put you on the spot here with an NBA Hall of Famer, but do you agree with them? B. You know it’s a general rule I try not to disagree with Sir Charles too much, (I’ll try not … ) for fear of being thrown through a window mostly. A. He's, I think he’s got your hands on and fight. B. Yeah, a bit of / edge. But I' think, you know, I do disagree somewhat. The fact is, I sort of question what he means by good player. I think you are getting studying players right now, and you are not Kristic from the Nets, George *, of course, is also an excellent role player ... ... A. Come off the bench B. Exactly. But the bottom line is we couldn't have anticipated where we are now. So I think it's a bit too hasty to make any judgments about where we will be in a couple of years from now. The fact is players are operating is brands. And these emerging markets have brought something that we haven’t even encountered before. So I mean it’s certainly a new world we dealing with at this point. A. you know, I think it's so easy for fans out there, to sit there, we watch them play. We watch them play something that we play pickup on the weekends and you’ll think, that would be the coolest thing in the world to get paid millions of dollars to play basketball. I think we lose track of the fact that this is their job, their business. They get paid to play ball. Something that what we'd love to do. But that is what they do. So it is interesting when you say this from a business standpoint. They are doing this to make more money. B. Yeah, I mean money is really the bottom line literally, and figuratively in this case, you know. You're gonna pay a guy 55 million dollars for example like the Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade. They are gonna at least seriously consider that offer and you can wrap up that offer from one of these Russian or Italian, or refinanciers serious for a, lesser player but still a very good player I think you wouldn’t do that. A. Hold that, King James. Kobe Bryant. They are, you are saying, there’s a possibility they are gonna go over and play in Europe? B. Well, the question has been posed there, /you know, if a team could play you 55 million dollars for a year, you know,in the prime of you career to go over there, and play basketball in Europe, and they said, you know, we will definitely consider it. It's not one of those questions that you can dismiss out of hand anymore. Something you really gotta to do away because of the monetary, and global advertising perspectives. A. P Torrey again, he’s from Sports Illustrated. We are gonna keep an eye on this , and / see if Lebron James or Kobe ever do decide to go over and play overseas, but for now, it’s something that the NBA needs to be concerned with.200811/55167浦江县中医医院隆鼻多少钱

义乌第一人民医院激光点痣多少钱Health and longevity健康与寿命Long live the fat American长命百岁 美国胖子!Obesity may threaten life expectancy. Or maybe not 肥胖症不知是否会威胁人们的预期寿命Jun 30th 2011 | NEW YORK | from the print editionAMERICA’S obesity epidemic is so called for a reason. Roughly one in three adults is obese. In 2008 close to 25m Americans were diabetic, according to a study published on June 25th. Nevertheless, Americans are living longer than ever. In 2007 the average life expectancy at birth was 78 years. This follows decades of progress. The question is whether obesity might change that. 在美国,说肥胖症流行有理有据:大约每三个成年人中就有一个是胖子。6月25日出版的一项研究结果表明,2008年,美国有近2500万糖尿病患者。然而,美国人正生活在史上最长寿的时期。2007年,初生婴儿平均预期寿命为78岁,这种进步已经持续数十年。如今的问题是肥胖症也许会改变这种进步的趋势。National progress in life expectancy masks wide local disparities, according to a study published on June 15th and written by researchers at the University of Washington and Imperial College London. Men in Holmes County, Mississippi, for example, have a life expectancy of 65.9 years, the same as men in Pakistan and 15.2 years behind men in Fairfax, Virginia. Gaps between America’s counties have widened since the early 1980s. Most alarming, 702 counties, or 30% of those studied, saw a statistically significant decline in life expectancy for women from 2000 to 2007; 251 counties saw a statistically significant decline for men.一项由华盛顿大学和伦敦皇家学院的研究人员共同执笔,并于6月15日出版的一项研究结果显示,预期寿命所取得的全国性进步掩盖了广泛的地方性差异。例如,密西西比州Holmes县男性预期寿命为65.9岁,与巴基斯坦男性相同,但要比佛吉尼亚州Fairfax 县男性少15.2岁。美国各县之间的差距从1980年代早期开始扩大。最令人担忧的是,有702个县(占研究总数的30%)的女性预期寿命在2000年至2007年间出现了大幅下降,有251个县的男性预期寿命出现大幅下降。201107/143225义乌芙洛拉整形美容医院奥美定取出怎么样 Romantic comedies affecting off-screen love livesRomantic comedies might provide 90 minutes of light-hearted fun but the happy-ever-after movies are also impacting people's real love lives, according to an Australian survey.A poll of 1,000 Australians found almost half said rom-coms with their inevitable happy endings have ruined their view of an ideal relationship.One in four Australians said they were now expected to know what their partner was thinking while one in five respondents said it made their partners expect gifts and flowers 'just because'."It seems our love of rom-coms is turning us into a nation of "happy-ever-after addicts." Yet the warm and fuzzy feeling they provide can adversely influence our view of real relationships," said Australian relationship counselor, Gabrielle Morrissey."Real relationships take work and true love requires more than fireworks."The survey was released by Warner Home Video to mark the movie "Valentine's Day" going to DVD.Vocabulary:light-hearted: 轻松愉快的happy-ever-after: 大团圆结局,幸福到老rom-com: 浪漫喜剧,romantic comedy的缩写just because: 不为什么,不需要解释背单词 — 装英语词汇201007/109636义乌哪里做热玛吉最好

永康祛痘医院哪里好Bad news for exporters in the world's second largest economy as if the global economic slowdown were not enough to currency markets, making it very difficult for Japan's largest companies. The US dollar sunk into the upper eighties. That is the lowest level since January of this year. This makes it very difficult for these large companies in this export-driven economy to thrive. Companies like Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Sony, Panasonic, all depend on the strength of the US dollar. Now this is a figure that Toyota has cited in its past. Just give you an idea of how difficult it is for these companies when the currency markets are against them. One Yen movement, according to Toyota equals about four hundred million US dollars. Now if you translate that into what has happened to the Yan before Japan slipped into recession, it was about one ten, one twenty. And what it looks like today, that's about thirty Yen difference. That equals about twelve billion US dollars in loss. Looking just at the currency, not at what these companies are doing and not at global demand are very difficult environment for these companies to thrive in. The new government here in Japan has said that it does not want to intervene as of yet into the currency market that a strong Yan would boost consumption at home but a strong yen certainly does hurt exporters trying to operate in a global environment. Later this week, the Tankan Survey which gauges the sentiment of these large companies has come out. We’ll have to keep an eye on that to see exactly how these large companies in Japan are looking at what's happening with the currency. Kyung Lah, CNN, Tokyo. Vocabulary:1. Tankan Survey : An economic survey of Japanese business issued by the central Bank of Japan, which it then uses to formulate monetary policy. The report is released four times a year in April, July, October and mid-December. 11/89015 Economy Remains Focus in Final Days of US Election Campaign奥巴马麦凯恩在美国关键州拼The longest presidential election campaign in U.S. history is in its final week, and Democrat Barack Obama continues to hold a lead in the polls over Republican John McCain. Both candidates are focused on the economy in the final days of the campaign, and on a small group of states that hold the key to victory on November 4. 美国有史以来历时最久的竞选活动已进入最后一周,而民主党候选人奥巴马继续在民调中领先于共和党人麦凯恩。两位候选人在最后几天的竞选中把焦点集中在经济方面,并且针对为数不多的几个州,因为这些州是11月4号赢得大选胜利的关键。Senator Barack Obama leads Senator McCain by an average of seven points in the national polls. More importantly, Obama is seen as leading in the state-by-state electoral vote tally that determines who will be the next president. 奥巴马参议员在全国民调中平均领先于麦凯恩参议员七个百分点,尤其显要的是,人们眼见奥巴马参议员正逐一在几个州里赢得决定谁将当选总统的选举人选票。But McCain remains undaunted by the long electoral odds in the final week of the campaign. He spoke to a rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania. 但是麦凯恩在这最后一周的竞选中,不顾长期历经的坎坷,仍然不屈不挠。他在宾夕法尼亚州赫西的大会上发表讲话说:"I have fought for you most of my life, and in places where defeat meant more than returning to the Senate," said McCain. "There are other ways to love this country, but I have never been the kind to back down when the stakes are high." “我的大半生都在为你们而斗争,在有些场合,失败并不仅仅意味著回去当参议员而已。爱国可以通过其他方式,但是我不是那种到关键时刻打退堂鼓的人。”In the final days of the campaign, McCain is hammering Obama's tax proposals as a thinly disguised Democratic effort to redistribute wealth from rich to poor."There is nothing fair about driving our economy into the ground," he said. "We all suffer when that happens. And that is the problem with Senator Obama's approach to our economy. He is more interested in controlling wealth than creating it."Democrat Obama also campaigned in Pennsylvania in the rain at an outdoor rally near Philadelphia. 民主党候选人奥巴马冒雨出席在宾夕法尼亚州的费城附近举行的露天大会。At each stop, Obama urges his supporters to get out and vote early if they can, warning against the complacency of enjoying a lead in the polls. 奥巴马在竞选旅程上每作一次停留都会敦促他的持者尽可能及早投票,并要求大家不要由于民调中的领先地位而骄傲自满。"And that is why in this last week that we cannot afford to slow down or to sit back or to let up, whether it is rain or sleet or snow," he said. "We are going to go out and we are going to vote because there is too much at stake!" 他说:“那就是为什么我们在这最后一周不论下雨、下雪珠甚至是下雪,都不能懈怠、放松或听其自然。我们一定要出来、我们一定要前去投票,因为那确实至关重要。”Obama was quick to fire back at McCain over taxes, predicting corporations and the wealthy would benefit under McCain's tax plan.As Obama makes his final argument to voters this week, he emphasizes the themes of change and unity. But Obama never misses an opportunity to try to tie Senator McCain to the economic record of the Bush administration."John McCain has ridden shotgun [offered protection] as George Bush has driven our economy towards a cliff, and now he wants to take the wheel and step on the gas," he said. "They are trying to throw everything at me in these last seven days. But you know what? It is not going to work. Not this time. Not now. Because the fact that all of you are here today shows how badly you want change, shows how committed you are!"Recent polls give Obama a lead in Pennsylvania of between eight and 13 points. 在最近的民调中,奥巴马在宾夕法尼亚的领先幅度达8到13个百分点。Political experts say McCain is likely to fare better in trying to win traditional Republican states that are surprisingly competitive this year, states like Virginia, North Carolina, and Indiana. 政治学专家说,麦凯恩很可能在争取那些一贯倾向于共和党的州方面成绩良好,可是今年这些州都出人意料地成为竞争激烈的地方,例如维吉尼亚州、北卡罗来纳州和印第安纳州。In the final week of the campaign, Obama appears to have a huge edge over McCain in the areas of fundraising, television ads, and organization.Stephen Hess is a presidential scholar at the Brookings Institution in Washington. "Almost a flawless campaign in terms of raising money and having troops [staff and volunteers] on the ground in a sense, he is just overwhelming his opposition," he said.Both candidates are focused on a relatively small handful of states that are competitive for both campaigns and hold the balance of votes needed for the winning candidate to accumulate the 270 electoral votes necessary to win the White House next Tuesday. 两位候选人都把焦点集中在为数不多的几个州上,这些是双方竞争激烈的州。同时,下星期二赢得大选胜利的候选人必需得到270张选举人的选票,而这些州持有他们还需要的票数。200810/54354东阳红十字医院做双眼皮开眼角手术多少钱诸暨市江东医院修眉手术多少钱



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