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It is not unusual to feel homesick while working abroad but when Jér#244;me Spitzer began to pine for the classic bistro fare he loved as a boy in Paris, he resisted hopping on to the next flight to Charles de Gaulle airport and took action.在国外工作时想念家乡并不罕见,但当杰罗姆#8226;斯皮策(Jér#244;me Spitzer)开始想念他小时候在巴黎钟爱的那种经典小馆菜肴时,他顶住了诱惑,没有登上下一班飞往戴高乐机场的航班,而是行动了起来。The 25-year-old, who had arrived in Hong Kong 18 months earlier to work for a Spanish importer, found a kindred spirit in another French expatriate. Undaunted by the unfolding global financial crisis, the pair trawled the streets of Central, Hong Kong’s glitzy entertainment district, searching for small premises suitable for a traditional French-style bistro.18个月前,这位25岁的年轻人来到香港为一家西班牙进口商工作,他发现一位与他志趣相投的法国同胞。二人不惧全球金融危机蔓延的影响,在香港华丽耀眼的区中环地区的街道上,寻找适合开设传统法式小馆的小店面。The result was Pastis, which opened in 2009.结果是Pastis在2009年开门迎宾。Five years later they have six establishments dotted around Hong Kong Island, each styled to evoke a particular type of French brasserie. Step into Saint-Germain and you could be in an elegant café on Paris’s Left Bank, while Metropolitain in the upcoming Sai Ying Pun neighbourhood evokes an artsy Montmartre atmosphere.5年后,他们已在香港岛上拥了有6家门店,每家都透露出独特的法国小馆风格。步入Saint-Germain,仿佛置身于巴黎左岸一个优雅的咖啡馆,而西营盘高街地区的Metropolitain则焕发出一种蒙马特艺术气息。Today Mr Spitzer reflects on his decision to go into business, describing it as “a very selfish move, as much as for us as for the French community”.如今,斯皮策在回想他从商的决定时,把它称为“一种非常利己的举动,既为了我们自己,也为了法国人群体”。Hong Kong has long been home to French bankers and civil engineers, but Mr Spitzer exemplifies a new breed of French expatriate that has emerged in the territory in recent years: the petit entrepreneur.长期以来,很多法国家和土木工程师不断来到香港,但斯皮策是最近几年在香港新出现的一类典型法国人:小企业主。Five years ago small- and medium-sized businesses made up about 40 per cent of the businesses registered with the French chamber of commerce in Hong Kong; today this proportion has risen to 50 per cent.5年前,中小型企业占香港法国工商总会注册企业总数的40%左右:如今这一比例已升至50%。“French businesses in the city are really a snapshot of Hong Kong’s gross domestic product”, says Orianne Chenain, executive director of the French chamber of commerce. Expatriates have started businesses in all sorts of sectors, including retail, construction and hospitality.法国工商总会执行董事奥里亚纳#8226;舍南(Orianne Chenain)表示:“在港法国企业确实为香港的地区生产总值(GDP)做出了广泛贡献”。在香港的法国人在零售、建筑和餐饮等各行各业开办了企业。There are a number of factors propelling this trend: the perceived ease of doing business compared to France, the appeal of French products to native Hong Kongers and expatriates alike as well as the growing French community itself, which reinforces the demand for homegrown goods and services.推动这一趋势的因素很多:据认为香港具备比法国更明显的经商便利性,同时法国产品吸引着香港本地人和外籍人士以及不断壮大的法国人群体,这些促进了对法国国产商品和务的需求。More than 11,100 French citizens registered at the French Consulate in Hong Kong last year, almost double the 6,236 who did so in 2007, fuelled by the desire to seek opportunities away from their homeland. However officials estimate the real number is far higher – around 17,000.去年,在法国驻香港总领事馆注册的法国公民超过了1.11万,几乎是2007年(6236人)的两倍,这得益于法国人希望在本国以外寻找机会。然而,官员们估计,实际数字要高的多,大约为1.7万人。The French entrepreneurs believe setting up a business in Hong Kong is easier than it would be back home, given the relative lack of bureaucracy and low start-up costs. “The legal environment in France is perceived by French entrepreneurs as being more constrained,” says Ms Chenain.法国创业者认为,香港官僚作风相对较少且创业成本较低,因而在香港创业要比在法国容易。舍南表示:“法国创业者认为,法国的法律环境限制更多。”Mr Spitzer estimates that, had he set up a similar bistro in France, the cost would have been two to three times as great in Hong Kong.斯皮策估计,如果他在法国开一家类似的小餐馆,成本将是香港的两到三倍。“Hong Kong gave us the will to start as entrepreneurs and also the idea to set up our own company,” he says. “When we first came to Hong Kong we were not expecting to do something so fast.”“香港让我们有了创业的意愿,还赋予了我们创建自己公司的想法,”他表示,“当我们初到香港时,我们没有料到事情会进展这么快。”Rents are higher in Hong Kong, he notes, but the costs of doing business are mitigated by lower tax and longer opening hours.他指出,香港的租金较高,但较低的税率以及较长的营业时间,都降低了经商成本。Anthony Rendall, a French expatriate, swapped a life penning travel guides for French publisher Gallimard to launch a business importing French wine for the Hong Kong market. He says that the time and paperwork needed to register a business is far less.法国人安东尼#8226;伦德尔(Anthony Rendall)原来的工作是为法国出版社Gallimard撰写旅行指南,如今他开设了一家公司,为香港市场进口法国红酒。他表示,注册企业所需时间和填表申请工作比法国要少得多。“Within two days and for HK0 (#163;12) I had a limited company, a bank account and was set for business,” he says. “Everything was made so simple from the first day.”“我用两天不到的时间花150港元(合12英镑)就拥有了一家有限公司、一个账户,可以开业了,”他表示,“从第一天起,一切都是如此简单。”The perception of the French lifestyle as the epitome of style by Hong Kong Chinese and tourists from mainland China is a large part of the reason why French consumer and leisure businesses are proliferating in Hong Kong.香港华人和来自中国内地的游客将法国生活方式视为风尚的典范,这是法国消费和休闲企业在香港不断增多的一个很重要的原因。Mr Rendall, who retained a deep affection for Hong Kong after being brought up there, spotted a gap in the market for selling good quality, affordable French wine.伦德尔在香港长大,对香港有着很深的感情,他发现香港在质量上乘的平价法国红酒销售市场存在一个空白。“Most of the upper tier wines are very expensive and of the middle range wines very little is available, and they are mostly New World wines,” he says. “If you want to buy something good the price is HK0, in France the prices are a third of that.”“多数高档红酒价格非常昂贵,而市场上中档红酒非常少,多数是新世界葡萄酒(New World,指除欧洲以外产区的葡萄酒),”他表示,“如果你想买一些不错的红酒,价格在300港元,而在法国,价格只有香港的三分之一。”In May, together with his sister, a wine critic, he launched the business and also began hosting wine-tasting sessions aboard a traditional junk boat, a type of outing perennially popular with expats.今年5月,他与身为酒评家的开了这家公司,还开始在一艘传统的仿古船上开设品酒会,这种出游方式在香港外籍人士中一直很受欢迎。“A junk is part of the Hong Kong lifestyle and part of the French lifestyle was missing,” he says.他表示:“仿古船是香港生活方式的一部分,法国的部分生活方式正在消失。”Contrasting his childhood memories of a virtually empty French school during the seventies to the present day, he believes the swelling community in itself encourages more to follow in their footsteps.在他儿时的回忆中,上世纪70年代的法国学校几乎空无一人,这与现在形成对比,他认为,这个不断壮大的群体正鼓励更多人追随他们的步伐。Arnault Castel, who owns several stores selling brands including French fashion houses Carven and Kenzo, says he is “happily the victim of a stereotype.”阿尔诺#8226;卡斯特尔(Arnault Castel)拥有几家门店,销售包括法国时装品牌Carven和Kenzo在内的品牌,他表示,他“很高兴成为了老一套模式的牺牲品。”The former banker moved to Hong Kong in 1996 but was struck by the absence of European-style boutiques as opposed to the brash luxury malls that had sprung up across the city. “It was not really planned [but] it is really very easy to start a business here; the initial investment is quite low,” he says.卡斯特尔之前是一位人士,1996年移居香港,他注意到,尽管香港的豪华商厦拔地而起,但缺少欧洲风格的精品店。他表示:“实际上我没有什么计划(但)在这里创业确实非常容易,初始投资非常低。”The chain, named Kapok, was founded in 2006 and targets Hong Kong’s young, affluent and style-conscious crowd. There are now thirteen stores across Singapore, Tokyo and Taipei with half of them in Hong Kong.他经营的连锁店名为Kapok,创建于2006年,瞄准香港那些年轻富有且关注格调的人群。如今,他在新加坡、东京和台北等地开设了13家店面,其中有一半位于香港。The designer clothing and quirky jewellery are especially popular with Japanese tourists and, increasingly, those from mainland China who come to Hong Kong to shop.设计师装以及新奇古怪的珠宝特别受日本游客的欢迎,而且越来越受到来香港扫货的中国内地游客的欢迎。“We focus on really small, really emerging brands,” Mr Castel says. “People are looking for something a bit different.”“我们关注的是非常小、非常新的品牌,”卡斯特尔表示,“人们在寻找一些有点不同的东西。”For a new generation of Asian Francophiles seduced by the fantasy of la vie Fran#231;aise, that something different often means seeking a dash of French style. “The expatriate community is acting as an opinion leader,” Mr. Rendall says. “People from every walk of life come to Hong Kong, and we’ve reached cultural and critical mass.”对于被法国生活吸引、憧憬法国的新一代亚洲人而言,与众不同通常意味着寻求一抹法国风格。“这些在香港的外籍群体正成为舆论领袖,”伦德尔表示,“各行各业的人们来到香港,我们实现了文化的大融合。” /201412/350217成都龙泉驿区妇科医院哪家好When fate hasn#39;t dealt you the best hand in life, it#39;s easier to complain than to work change it. But throughout history, there have been people who just grab the whole deck for themselves, rising from those humble beginnings to seize more power than anyone could have ever thought possible. As we#39;re about to tell you, sometimes even the lowliest peasants can rise to the highest stations.当命运之神不曾眷顾你的时候,是选择抱怨还是努力改变现状?前者似乎更容易一些。然而纵观历史,不乏拼尽全力与命运抗争之辈,他们出身卑微,却最终达到一般人无法企及的权力巅峰。正如我们将在本文中为你讲述的,即使是地位最低下的农民,也可以登上权力金字塔的顶端。10.Catherine I – Russia10.叶卡捷琳娜一世——俄罗斯Catherine was born in 1684 to a peasant family, and orphaned just three years later when both parents died from the plague. She was raised by a pastor in Latvia until she was 17, when the Russians invaded and took her captive. Catherine proved to be one of the more valuable acquisitions of the conquest, and thanks to her good looks was passed around as a favor in the court, eventually being given to Peter the Great in 1705.1684年,叶卡捷琳娜出生于一个农民家庭,三岁时父母死于瘟疫,成为孤儿。随后,拉脱维亚(Latvia)的一位牧师收养了她,直到17岁那年俄军入侵,她被俘虏。日后的故事表明这位传奇女子是非常有价值的战利品,因为相貌出众,她在宫廷里被当作礼物几经转手,最终于1705年送到彼得大帝(Peter the Great)的身边。Somewhat unexpectedly, Peter and Catherine fell in love, and she even managed to save his empire in from the Turks in 1711, offering her jewels as a bribe and allowing the Russians to retreat rather than face annihilation. Their relationship was marred towards the end by Catherine#39;s alleged affair with William Mons, but Peter had him executed and they were able to reconcile just before Peter#39;s death. Catherine was his successor and, despite not really having any political ambition, became the first female emperor of Russia.令人意想不到的是,彼得和叶卡捷琳娜竟然坠入爱河。1711年,彼得陷入土耳其军队的重围(译注:1711年俄土战争,彼得一世亲征普鲁特河),叶卡捷琳娜用珠宝贿赂敌军,帮他突围保住皇位,并令俄军撤退,使其免遭歼灭。叶卡捷琳娜和威廉·蒙斯(William Mons)有婚外情的传闻,险些导致她和彼得关系破裂,但是最后彼得处死威廉,并在自己死前与叶卡捷琳娜重修旧好。叶卡捷琳娜一世成为彼得一世的继任者,虽然她并没有什么政治抱负,但却成为俄罗斯历史上第一位女皇。9.Justin I – Byzantium9.查士丁一世——拜占庭Justin was born in 453 AD and began life as a simple swineherd, enduring poverty and barbarian raids at an early age. At 20 years old he set off on a journey to Constantinople to seek his fortune. He joined the corps of 300, and quickly rose to a position of command. With military power came political power, and he was given the title of Count.查士丁出生于公元453年,早年以养猪为生,生活困顿,常遭野蛮劫掠。20岁那年,他离家前往君士坦丁堡谋生。随后加入一300人的军队,很快就晋升为指挥官。查士丁依靠其军事能力得到政治权力,并被授予伯爵封号。Emperor Anastasius was childless, and when it came to naming his successor he chose to put his faith in God, saying that whoever came into his room next would become emperor. Rather than a member of his own family, however, it was Justin who entered his chambers and became the new emperor when Anastasius died. It was a position he never really wanted, and he made that clear to the Pope by writing to inform him he had been made emperor against his will. An unwilling, unprepared, and uneducated emperor, he ruled for nine years and proved that some men are born great, and others fall into power ass backwards.阿纳斯塔修斯一世(Emperor Anastasius)没有子嗣,他把挑选继任者这件事情交给上帝决断,声明下一个进入自己的房间的人将会成为继任皇帝。然而,阿纳斯塔修斯去世之时,进入他寝宫的并非其亲属,而是查士丁。但查士丁根本不想成为皇帝,还给教皇写信,告诉他自己是被迫登上皇位的。就这样,这位没受过教育的皇帝在毫无准备、毫不情愿的情况下执政9年。他的存在向世人明:有的人生来尊贵,而有的人却阴差阳错获得权利。8.Diocletian – Rome8.戴克里先——罗马Diocletian was the son of a former slave, and was born around 245 AD. He embarked on a career in the army, and through a combination of military skill, ambition, and having the good fortune to be favored by the emperor Carus, Diocletian was able to rise to the rank of commander of the cavalry arm of the imperial bodyguard. When Carus was killed by a bolt of lightning, his sons Numerian and Carinus assumed control of the East and West empires respectively, but it wasn#39;t long before Numerian died.戴克里先是一个奴隶的儿子,生于公元245年。他的传奇人生从军队开始,由于他出色的军事能力、远大的抱负,以及受到罗马帝国皇帝卡鲁斯(Carus)的青睐,戴克里先很快就当上了帝国保卫骑兵营的指挥官。在卡鲁斯死于雷击之后,他的儿子努梅里安(Numerian)和卡里努斯(Carinus)分别统治了东罗马和西罗马,但是没过多久努梅里安就去世了。Diocletian won support by killing Aper, the man suspected of having a hand in Numerian#39;s death, in front of all the troops, and was rewarded with the title of Emperor of the East. Carinus was none too pleased with his brother being succeeded by a bodyguard, and moved to meet Diocletian in battle. Unfortunately for Carinus, his unpopularity led to his own men killing him, and put Diocletian to assume control of the entire Roman empire.当着所有军队,戴克里先杀掉了被怀疑与努梅里安之死有关的艾派(Aper),因此而获得持,并被拥戴成为东罗马帝国的皇帝。卡里努斯不满自己哥哥的皇位被一个侍卫继承,于是与戴克里先兵戎相见。不幸的是,卡里努斯因为不得人心,被自己的人所刺杀,从而使得戴克里先统治了整个罗马帝国。审稿:张茜 Freya然 校对:CMX /201507/386026成都性病治哪里最好As South Korea struggles to contain an outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome that has infected close to 100 people, the country’s health care system has come under scrutiny. Experts have said that the MERS outbreak may have been fueled by a hospital system that encourages family members to take on nursing duties, reported Choe Sang-Hun, a New York Times correspondent based in Seoul.在韩国爆发的中东呼吸综合症已致近100人感染。在该国苦于遏制疫情之际,韩国的医疗系统受到了严格的检视。据时报驻首尔记者Choe Sang-Hun报道,专家称韩国的医疗系统鼓励家属承担护理病人的工作,或许助长了中东呼吸综合症的扩散。Responding on Facebook and in the comments section that accompanies the article, ers who either live or have spent time in South Korea shared their experiences of the hospitals there. Readers discussed how overcrowding and the obligations of relatives have affected them and their families. The responses have been edited and condensed for clarity.在Facebook和我们的文章板块中,居住在韩国或曾到访韩国的读者分享了他们在韩国医院中的经历。他们谈到了过度拥挤问题以及家属承担护理义务对他们和家人的影响。这些有些经过编辑,有些经过缩减,以便更加简洁明了。Twelve people and one sink十二个人一个水池I spent over three weeks in a hospital in Seoul, much of the time in a six-person room. Family members were indeed expected to perform many of the duties we would expect from nurses in the ed States. In fact every patient’s bed had a small brown cot underneath for a family member to sleep on. So in an average room at my hospital you could have up to 12 people sleeping in a room with one shared sink. It’s a crowd.我曾住在首尔的一家医院里,住了三个多星期,其中大部分时间在一个六人间里。病人家属被理所应当地认为应承担很多我们认为在美国护士会承担的工作。事实上,每个病人的病床下都附带一张供家属睡觉的棕色小床。在我住的这家医院,一间普通的病房里可能会睡着多达十二个人。水池只有一个,是共用的。的确很拥挤。— #48652;#47116;#46020;——#48652;#47116;#46020;Assistance from the maintenance man and Dad维修工和小孩爸爸的帮助My wife gave birth to our son in a hospital in South Korea. It was both charming and scary. After she got a C-section, she was transported to her room by the maintenance man (no mask, no scrubs, etc.). I was required to assist in moving her from the gurney to the bed. It wasn’t very graceful....我的妻子在首尔的一家医院生下了我们的孩子。这挺令人高兴,但也挺令人害怕的。在剖腹产后,她被维修工(没有面具,没有清洁等。)转移到自己的房间。我被要求帮忙把她从带有滑轮的运输床抬到她的病床上。这可不怎么优雅……— Steve Stimmel——斯蒂夫·斯提梅尔(Steve Stimmel)Lack of gloves, soap or paper towels缺手套、缺肥皂、缺纸巾I just spent three days in the hospital with my 10-month-old daughter. We paid for a double room so it was not overcrowded. However, I was responsible for all of my child’s care except for the administration of medicine via IV. This is typical. A family member is expected to stay with the patient to attend to all of his or her needs. Nurses do not do any of the personal care!我刚和十个月大的女儿在医院一起呆了三天。我们付的是双人间的钱,不太挤。不过,除了安排静脉注射的药品,照顾孩子的工作都是由我承担的。这很普遍。家属被认为应该陪在病人身边以满足他(她)所有的需要。护士不承担任何个人护理工作!None of the nurses or doctors ever wore gloves, ever. This includes the insertion of the IV and drawing blood. There was neither soap nor paper towels provided in the room’s bathroom. It was also not cleaned on a daily basis. In fact, I never saw it cleaned. I also didn’t see the nurses change the ear cover on the ear thermometer between patients. His illness was not severe, but I can see how the disease could easily sp here.没有一位护士或医生戴过手套,从来没有,包括静脉注射和抽血的时候。病房的卫生间里没有肥皂、没有纸巾,也没有人每天打扫。实际上,我从来见过卫生间干净过。我也没看到过护士更换病人交叉使用的耳温计上的耳套。虽然那个病人的病不严重,但我明白为什么疾病可以在这里轻易地传播了。— Amber Baila in Daegu, Korea——埃·拜拉(Amber Baila),韩国大邱Hygiene and overcrowding卫生不达标、过度拥挤Hygiene in hospitals in Korea is not what it should be. However, I think I can attribute this to overcrowding. I had a similar experience in a Chinese hospital, and when people are crowded, and you have to check nearly 200 patients a day, taking care of hygiene can be ignored due to exhaustion, etc.韩国医院的卫生水平不是它应该有的样子。不过,我觉得这和过度拥挤有关。我在中国的医院也有过类似的经历。在人员密集、每天需要察看近两百名病人的时候,注意环境卫生容易因为疲惫等等而被忽视。— Young Woo Kim——Young Woo KimNot enough personnel人手不足People go to the hospital even for very small things that can be handled by themselves. I am not saying typical cold or things as such, but just a discomfort makes you go and see the doctor. As a result, you don’t have enough personnel to handle all these patients and family members get involved. The problem here is that family members lack a sense of hygiene compared to those trained nurses. They break hospital regulations, and patients don’t abide by the rules.即便是患有可自行处理的一些小毛病,人们也会跑去医院。我不是在说典型性的感冒或者别的类似的毛病,而是仅仅有一丝不适人们就会跑去看医生。结果是,医院缺乏足够的人手应对全部的病人,家属只好参与其中了。问题是,和受过培训的护士相比,家属缺乏卫生意识。他们破坏医院的规章制度,病人也不遵守规定。— Young Woo Kim——Young Woo KimA referrals system is not unusual司空见惯的转院现象Getting referrals for admission into the bigger hospitals is neither a problem nor peculiarity for South Korea. Many developed countries adapt similar referrals system. In fact, the real problem would sit in the cultural background such as a lot of family members who are used to gathering to take care of or just visit the patients. They frequently and directly touch the patient without hand washing, and they return to their home via the mass transportation system.为了进入大医院而申请转院在韩国不成什么问题,也非常常见。许多发达国家采用了相似的转诊体系。实际上,真正的问题或许来自文化背景,例如家庭成员人数多,这些家属往往习惯了为照顾病人或仅仅是探望病人而聚集在一起。他们经常不洗手就直接接触病人,并搭乘大众交通工具回家。— Seok Joon Kwon——Seok Joon KwonMiserable work conditions护士糟糕的工作环境There are not enough trained nurses due to their miserable work conditions, payment that’s simply not enough to compensate that and also some social stereotype or atmosphere that regards nurses to be rather inferior than doctors. I heard in the ed States nurses are treated very differently, like real medical experts!护士的工作环境糟糕,收入也无法弥补这一点,而且社会上存在护士地位远比医生低的偏见和气氛,因为这些原因,受过训练的护士不足。我听说在美国,护士受到非常不同的待遇,他们像医学专家一样。— Hanbyul Kim——Hanbyul KimAffordable care for everyone人人负担得起基本医疗We in Korea have a great system that makes general care affordable for everyone, but it does mean there is some overcrowding and skimping on the attention that should be paid.在韩国,我们有一个很好的系统,因为它可以让每个人都负担得起基本的医疗务,不过这也的确意味着,存在过度拥挤和照顾不足的现象。Another thing is that the nurses in Korea don’t do much of the nurse work that you’d see in the ed States. When my grandfather had a stroke last year he was put in a single room with five other patients, and we had to bring in outside help to be at his bedside or else he would have been completely ignored.另一个是,在韩国,护士并不做很多你在美国看到的护士会做的事情。去年,我的祖父中风的时候,被与其他五名病人一起安排到一个单人间里,我们不得不从医院外部寻求帮助,带到他的床边,否则他就完全被无视了。— Seline Jung——Seline JungFast and reliable service快速、可靠I have had nothing but fast and reliable service from South Korean hospitals. I’d go so far as to say that their hospitals and clinics are generally much faster and more efficient at getting their patients to the correct specialist than many of their counterparts in the ed States.我在韩国的医院享受到的都是快速而可靠的务。我只能说,就把病人送到正确的专家那里而言,韩国的医院和诊所比美国的相应机构快捷而且有效率得多。— Andrew Robinson in Jeju-Do, South Korea——安德鲁·罗宾逊(Andrew Robinson),韩国济州岛Changes have been made已有改观The health care system here is excellent. In and out of the doctor’s office within 20 minutes with a bill under for consultation and prescription drugs. Even had orthopedic surgery with a four-day stay in the hospital here for 0. Not worried about MERS at the moment. Diseases sp in hospitals all the time. Nothing new. The difference here is that people were allowed to go home and move from place to place. But that’s not happening now.这里的医疗系统非常好。进出医生办公室的门也就20分钟,然后你就拥有了包含诊疗费和药费的账单,账单低于10美元。做一个整形手术并住院四天,在这里甚至也只要350美元。目前我还不担心中东呼吸综合症。疾病总是在医院里传播的。这并不新鲜。不同之处在于,人们过去被允许回家和在不同地方转来转去地就诊。现在不行了。— Michael Perez——迈克尔·佩雷斯(Michael Perez)A helpful landlord乐于助人的房东I spent two weeks in a hospital in South Korea. I had no family there so my landlord looked after me.我在一家韩国医院住过两周。我在韩国没有家属,是我的房东照顾了我。— Matthew Stroud——马修·斯特劳德(Matthew Stroud) /201506/380291成都治疗男性不育费用高吗

绵阳市中心医院是私人医院吗四川成都做阴道紧缩Brides line up during a collective wedding ceremony for 100 migrant worker couples in Nanjing China.南京的一场为外来务工者举办的百人集体婚礼上,新娘排成一队。(CNN)Valentine#39;s Day is big currency in China, a nation obsessed with love, romance and dating.对于沉迷于爱情、浪漫和约会的中国人来说,情人节成为了中国的一项大通货。In fact, the Chinese are so committed to the day they celebrate it twice. There#39;s qixi,China#39;s equivalent to Valentine#39;s Day, which takes place in August, as well asthe global version coming up on Saturday. Both are embraced with gusto bycouples across the country.事实上,中国人对情人节相当钟情,以至于一年庆祝两次。每年八月,他们既有相当于西方的情人节的七夕节,也要过马上要来的世界版的情人节。全国上下的情侣们两个节日都会满怀热情的庆祝。In the spirit ofthe season, we#39;ve put together a tongue-in-cheek guide to getting a date in China that also aims to shed a little light on the pursuit of love in theMiddle Kingdom.时值春日,我们逗比一下教您在中国怎么搞对象!同时也向您揭示在中国如何追求爱。 /201503/361850四川省成都市第六医院预约A:What was your favorite party game as a kid?A:你最喜欢的聚会游戏是什么?B: “Pin the trunk on the elephant.”B:捏象鼻。A: ...Republicans...A:共和党人[共和党标志是大象] /201505/373717成都生孩子多少钱

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