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Consumer goods消费品The mystery of the Chinese consumer揭秘中国消费者 In the first of a two-part series on Asian consumers, we ask what makes the Middle Kingdom’s shoppers tickJul 7th 2011 | SHANGHAI | from the print edition LILY LI wears a lanyard with a little plastic card around her neck, even at weekends. It is a badge of honour: it shows that she has a white-collar job. (She is a secretary at Access Asia, a retail-research company in Shanghai.) She uses Apple earphones for the cheap Chinese mobile phone in her pocket, so it looks as if she owns an iPhone. And she drives to work, though it takes four times longer than public transport, just to show off her little car.李周末也佩戴者一张小塑料卡片。这是荣耀的象征:白领。(李是通亚公司Access Asia一位秘书,通亚公司是上海一家零售市场调研公司。)李包里装着便宜的国产手机,耳上却戴着苹果的耳机,看起来就像用的是苹果iPhone手机。李驾车上班,尽管耗时是公交车4倍,但是她就是想显摆她的小车。After decades of deprivation and conformism, Chinese consumers regard expensive consumer goods as trophies of success. In public, they show off. In private, they pinch pennies. The owner of a gleaming new BMW will drive around for half an hour to avoid a 50 cent parking fee. And she will hesitate to spend much on interior decoration, because only her family sees the inside of her flat.过了几十年的清苦日子,循规蹈矩。中国消费者们现在觉得昂贵的消费品昭示着成功。在外就炫耀不已,私下,锱铢必较。拥有一辆闪耀的新款宝马车就得四处转悠半个小时避免交那点停车费。购买房屋内部装饰则很犹豫,因为只有家人才看得到房子内。By some forecasts China will be the second-largest consumer market in the world by 2015, not far behind America. Chinese people aly buy more cars than people in any other country: 13.5m last year to Americans’ 11.6m. China is on its way to becoming the biggest luxury-goods market. The central government made an increase in domestic consumption one of the priorities of its latest five-year plan.一些人预测中国会在2015年成为世界第二大消费市场,据美国不远。中国人已经比任何国家买的车都多:去年1350万辆车,美国则为1160万辆车.中国正在成为世界最大奢侈品消费市场。中央政府将加大国内消费作为未来5年计划重点。201107/143932

Britney Spears to be normalOnce mental breakdown, once shaved her hair, is it possible for Britney Spears to be normal? She's actually working hard on it.It has been a busy week in Hollywood from Britney Spears to mental breakdowns to fueling basketball stars. So for a recap and get you up to date on all the latest stories, we're so happy to be joined by Rachel Zalis . She is the westcoast editor for Life amp; Style magazine. Rachel , thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. So first of all ,what is the latest on Britney Spears, the 26-year-old pop star was granted over-night visit with her boys. Tell us about this, and is she finally on the right track?Yes, things are looking up for Britney , finally. I mean, you know, she won her Grammy for her song Toxic years ago. And her life is, sort of , seem to reflect that title lately. And , you know, ever since her divorce with Kevin Federline, things are sort of sprung out of control for her. You know, public meltdowns, rehab, hospitalization, shaving her head. And, you know, as in January, Kevin Federline became the "sole custody", got "sole custody" of her kids. And , you know, over the last six months, we've really seen Britney try to hold her life together. You know, her dad is, sort of , overseeing her finances. She's been working out. She's been, you know, on the TV show which people are think, get on Emmy nominated then. You know, she's really trying to regain herself. And, you know, she just have this hearing the other day where the judge is saying that she could get overnight stays now with her kid, which will be a huge win for her. Up until now, in the last six months, she says, you know, very limited, you know, uh, meetings with the children that were supervised. So this will be great. It's great to see things going away. And legally speaking, what's next? I mean, can she get back custody of her sons in the future? I think, you know, I think, Kevin Federline and his lawyer have said, they really want Britney to have more involvement with the kids, to work towards that kind of situation, though. I defintely think if Britney keeps on this path where she's really staying on the strait narrow. She's getting her life together. You know, obviously, it's best for the kids to be with their mother. So , I think, she definitely , has that in store for her in the future.200810/54019

Each year, the best work by reporters, photographers and editors of New York’s ethnic and independent media is honored with awards from the New York Community Media Alliance (NYCMA). Those awards are known as Ippies. 每年,纽约社区媒体联盟会都会表彰少数族裔和独立媒体最优秀的记者、摄影师和编辑。NYCMA director Juana Ponce de Leon explains that the ethnic press often advocates for its communities, and acts as an intermediary between the audience and mainstream society. 纽约社区媒体联盟主席胡安娜·雷诺指出,少数族裔媒体致力于推动社区事务,同时是他们的受众与主流社会之间的沟通媒介。She adds that her organization encourages reporters to offer practical guidance to ers, listeners and viewers. 雷诺表示,联盟鼓励记者为他们的读者、听众和观众提供切实可行的指导。"It helps the communities know where there are resources to address their concerns. It’s not good enough to say ‘We don’t have enough translation services from the DOE [Department of Education]’ and leave it at that. It’s better to say ‘Not only are there those services, but if you don’t find them, you can request them. And if they don’t come to you, then you have a right to get your child to another school, for instance.’"她说:“这些媒体让社区人们了解在哪里寻找资源来解决他们关切问题。不要只说教育部没有给我们足够的翻译务,就算了。而是应当说:有这些务,但是如果你找不到,你可以提出要求。比如说,如果他们没有解决你的问题,你有权让孩子转学。”The ethnic media often provides immigrants with the tools they need to negotiate everyday life in America, says 2011 Ippie winner Helen Zelon. 2011年得奖人海伦·泽龙表示,事实上,少数族裔媒体能够帮助移民,让他们在美国更好地生活。"I think the ethnic press does an enormous service when it explains to people, ‘This is what happens when your kid starts school. This is what happens when you rent something. Here’s how you establish yourself here.’" 她说:“我觉得少数族裔媒体在为人们提供了了不起的务,比如告诉人们,你的孩子开始上学时会是什么情况,你租房子时要处理什么问题,如何在美国建立起自己的生活等等。”Zelon, a reporter with City Limits Magazine, a public policy journal, often writes about education. 泽龙是公共政策杂志《城市范围》的记者。她经常撰写教育方面的报道。"Which means you are writing about race and class and money and politics and power and privilege and all of it," she says. "And I write about child welfare, which to me is a hugely important issue that doesn’t get a lot of coverage until there is a very bad disaster and then there is a lot of attention around it and then it goes away. We do investigative reporting."泽龙说:“这就意味着你写种族、阶级、金钱、政治、权利和优先权等所有这些问题。”201103/129585

  Teenager‘s experiment with alcohol. In many countries and societies, that’s just a fact. And so many parents of teenagers may think that it’s a good idea to teach their kids to drink responsibly by having a few drinks with them. But according to at least one study, drinking with teens is not a good idea. In fact, it’s a very bad idea. The study argues that kids who are allowed to drink under adult supervision are more likely to develop drinking problems than kids whose parents have a hard and fast policy on their not drinking until they turn twenty-one. Now, this might strike you as strange and even unlikely. Will allowing your teenage kids to have a beer or two or a glass of wine with dinner really turn them into alcoholics? No, not in such absolute terms.【生词注释】alcohol n.酒responsibly adv. 有鉴别力地, 能明辨是非地supervision n. 监督; 管理policy n.规定alcoholic n. 酒鬼 在许多国家和社会,青少年喝酒已经是一个不辨的事实。许多青少年的父母也许认为和孩子们一起喝酒并教教孩子们有鉴别力地去喝酒是个很好的注意。但是根据最新的一项研究表明,和青少年一起喝酒并不是一个好注意。事实上,那是个很糟糕的主意。研究说被允许在成年人的监护下喝酒的青少年比直到年满21岁才被允许喝酒的青少年更可能形成许多酗酒问题。这可能让你感到很奇怪并感到不可能。吃饭时允许你的孩子喝一两杯啤酒或是一杯白酒真的让使他们成为酒鬼吗?不是的,不能一概而论。201110/158802

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  As the fighting rages in Libya, human rights groups are looking to a longer term consequence of the war - the use of landmines.The hazards of mortar fire and rocket attacks are bad enough, but Libyans must now face the renewed problem of anti-personnel and anti-vehicle landmines.利比亚人不仅要面临迫击炮和火箭弹的袭击,他们现在还要面对一个新的问题,那就是对人员和车辆都有杀伤力的地雷。There are reports that both sides in the conflict have been using them. Human Rights Watch accused government troops of placing mines last month south of Ajdabiya. And while a rebel commander vowed his forces would not use landmines, over the weekend, journalists reported seeing rebels burying the devices near Ajdabiya's eastern gate. 有报导说,交战双方都使用了这些地雷。人权观察指责政府军上个月在阿季达比耶以南埋置地雷。虽然一名反对派指挥官誓言他的军队不会使用地雷,但媒体周末报导说看到反对派在阿季达比耶东部出口埋放地雷装置。Further north, Benghazi driver Tarek el Mehadawi said he is not so worried about the area around his hometown, but is concerned about other parts of the country.在更北部,班加西汽车司机梅哈德维表示,他并不非常担心自己家乡附近的情况,他更担心的是国家的其他地方。Mehadawi said areas around Sirte, Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's hometown, or the besieged city of Misrata would be likely places for the hidden munitions, but that it's very difficult to know their precise location.梅哈德维说,利比亚领导人卡扎菲的家乡苏尔特,或者被包围的城市米苏拉塔更有可能是埋藏地雷的地点,但很难知道确切位置。Which is what makes the weapons so deadly. Most of the victims of landmines are civilians. In Libya, they would be the farmers and shepherds who walk the areas close to the roads where the mines are laid.而这正是地雷如此致命的原因。大部分遭地雷伤害的都是平民。在利比亚,这些很可能是农民或者牧羊人,他们会行走在道路附近埋有地雷的区域。For Libyans, the problem is not new. Nearly 70 years after the armies of Britain and Germany fought pitched battles across North Africa, landmines from World War II remain buried beneath the sands.对利比亚人来说,地雷不是什么新问题。在英国和德国部队在北非激烈争战将近70年后,砂子下面仍然留有二战期间的地雷。201104/132582

  Blair home number nine: pound;1m house for student daughterIt is every parent’s desire to give their children the best start in life, but few would ever aspire to buying them a pound;1million house as a leaving home present. Unless, that is, you happen to be as wealthy as Tony and Cherie Blair.The former prime minister and his wife have paid pound;975,000 in cash for a maisonette in west London for their 22-year-old daughter Kathryn, bringing the family property portfolio to nine homes.Land Registry documents show that the three-bedroom property, which has two bathrooms, a garage and its own lift, was bought on July 23 in the names of Cherie Blair and Kathryn Blair.It means the Blairs’ only daughter, who is studying law, will never have to worry about mortgage payments as long as she lives in the apartment, which is within walking distance of her parents’ home in Connaught Square.Since leaving office, Mr Blair is reputed to have earned upwards of pound;20 million from public speaking engagements and as an adviser to foreign governments.Euan Blair, 26, who works for the investment bank Morgan Stanley, recently sold his pound;500,000 flat in London to buy a pound;1.3million house, also with his mother.Kathryn Blair, a student at King’s College London, spent the past year in Strasbourg on an Erasmus exchange scheme, where she lived in a pound;250,000 flat bought by her parents.She is expected to move into her new home in London within weeks following refurbishment and redecoration work.Vocabulary:maisonette: an apartment, usually of two floors connected by an internal staircase; duplex apartment(复式住宅,二层公寓)背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/112606Self-help 自助 My big fat career 我的远大前程How individuals can survive in the new world of work 新职业世界生存法则Sep 10th 2011 | from the print edition“I REWROTE MY entire book after my experience of Spain and seeing what is happening in America, to recast it in terms of survival job-hunting,” says Richard Bolles. His book, “What Colour is Your Parachute?”, was first published in 1970 as a guide to finding a fulfilling job and has sold millions of copies. When Mr Bolles went to Spain in March to give advice on dealing with its indignant army of unemployed, he found that nobody had much idea how to get people back to work.“由于西班牙的经历和当今美国的见闻,我重写了整本书,并用生存性求职的观点重塑了这本书,”理查德.鲍尔斯如是说。他的书《你的降落伞是什么颜色?》作为一本求职指南首次发表于1970年并获得了几百万的销量。今年三月他去西班牙为怨气冲天的失业人群提供指导时,才发现大家对如何帮助失业者重返工作岗位一无所知。Even in tough times there are jobs to be had, but applicants have to work far harder to get an employer’s attention, says Mr Bolles. The main thing is to give them hope and teach them the latest techniques for looking for work, of which he lists no fewer than 18. They need to market themselves better and consider a broader range of employers than they might have thought of. Not least, they must “clean up their act on the internet”. Facebook is now routinely scrutinised by human-resources departments, which will be instantly put off if they find anything negative or embarrassing.鲍尔斯提到,即使在很糟的情况下仍然会有工作可做,但此时应聘者需要付出很多努力才能获得雇主的青睐。关键是要给求职者以信心,并且教给他们最新的求职技巧,鲍尔斯列出了不超过18条这样的技巧。求职者需要更好地推销自己且应该扩大原来设想的求职范围;尤为重要的是,他们应该清理其在网络上的痕迹,现在公司的人力部门经常定期检查Facebook,一旦发现任何负面或者不妥的迹象,求职就会被耽搁。Better the devil you know恶魔之上The good thing about the internet is that it offers a vast amount of information to jobhunters, especially once they have secured an interview. Glassdoor.com, a website launched in 2008 that now covers more than 120,000 companies worldwide, lets employees (anonymously) share information about firms, ranging from what people think about the boss to salary levels and details about the interview process. Last year’s annual Glassdoor list of oddball interview questions was topped by Goldman Sachs, which asked a candidate for an analyst’s job, “If you were shrunk to the size of a pencil and put in a blender, how would you get out?” One Glassdoor contributor’s suggested answer was, “Ask the government to bail me out,” which would probably not have secured the job.网络很好的一点就是它为求职者提供了海量的讯息,这一优点在获得面试后尤其明显。网站Glassdoor.com成立于2008年,现在覆盖了全球120,000家公司,雇员们可以在这个网站上匿名分享关于公司的信息,从对老板的看法、薪资水平到面试细节都有。去年高盛位列该网站的年度怪问题清单之首,高盛问一个求职分析员的人“如果你被缩到铅笔那么小并被放进了一个搅拌机,该怎么逃出来?”,网站上有人给出的参考是“让政府救援我”,当然这个不一定能保你获得这份工作。201109/154048Russia Cuts All Gas to Ukraine as Europe Shivers俄不向乌克兰输天然气 苦了欧洲  Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has approved a halt to all deliveries of Russian natural gas to Ukraine. Earlier, Ukraine shut all four of its pipelines that ship the fuel to Europe. 俄罗斯总理普京批准停止俄罗斯向乌克兰输送的所有天然气。早些时候,乌克兰关闭了向欧洲输送燃料的所有四根管道。Prime Minister Putin's go-ahead to stop gas shipments to Ukraine was based on a recommendation from Gazprom chairman Alexei Miller. 俄罗斯总理普京基于俄罗斯天然气公司Gazprom董事长阿列克谢·米勒做出的建议而批准停止向乌克兰运送天然气。Mr. Putin tells Miller that he agrees with his proposal, but notes the cutoff should be carried out as publicly as possible in the presence of international observers. 普京告诉米勒,他同意他的建议。不过他表示,切断天然气的输送应该在国际观察人员在场的情况下尽可能公开地进行。Responding to questions from the prime minister, Miller said Gazprom has documented evidence that Ukraine caused the European shutdown.  在回答普京提出的问题时,米勒表示,俄罗斯天然气公司记录了乌克兰导致欧洲的天然气输送被切断的据。But there are discrepancies in the timeline. Ukrainian officials reported Russia ceased delivery hours before the Miller-Putin meeting. Kyiv says it was this stoppage that forced Ukraine to close the pipelines that supply Europe.  但是在有关的时间先后问题上存在不一致的地方。乌克兰官员在米勒与普京举行会晤几个小时前就报告了俄罗斯停止输送的事情。基辅说,俄罗斯切断天然气的输送迫使乌克兰关闭向欧洲提供天然气的管道。Throughout the day Russian officials also insisted they had only withheld 21 million cubic meters, the amount of gas they allege Ukraine had stolen from Russia since the previous day. 在一整天的时间里,俄罗斯官员还坚持说,他们只扣留了2千1百万立方米的天然气。这个数量是俄罗斯指称乌克兰前一天从俄罗斯偷走的天然气。The spokesman for Ukraine's Naftohaz gas company, Valentyn Zemliansky, told VOA the country's pipeline system was aly being used to avoid shortfalls in eastern Ukraine. 乌克兰NOFTOHAZ天然气公司的发言人瓦兰亭·泽姆连斯基对美国之音表示,乌克兰的管道系统已经得到利用,以避免乌克兰东部出现供应短缺的问题。Zemliansky says the Ukrainian system is not empty, because it is working in reverse, which means gas is being pumped out of underground storage tanks in western Ukraine and is being shipped to consumers in the eastern part of the country. 泽姆连斯基说,乌克兰的管道系统不是空的,因为它在反向运作,即从乌克兰西部的地下储存箱里向外运送天然气,运给乌克兰东部的消费者。Ukrainian officials deny stealing Russian gas and say the country has enough reserves to last through April.  乌克兰官员否认盗窃俄罗斯的天然气,并且说,乌克兰的储备足以持续到4月份。Gazprom's deputy chairman, Alexander Medvedev, warned about possible damage to the Ukrainian pipeline system. He spoke on Russia's Vesti-24 News Channel.  俄罗斯天然气公司的副总裁阿列克山德尔·梅德维杰夫对乌克兰管道系统可能造成的损害提出了警告。Medvedev says if gas does not flow through the system in cold weather, it could stop altogether because of hydraulic blockages. He says removing the blockages entails very serious operations, including cutting new taps in the pipe. 梅德维杰夫说,如果在很冷的天气里天然气不从管道里经过,水力冲击造成的堵塞会使得管道系统完全停止运行。他说,消除这些堵塞是一个很艰巨的工程,包括在管道上开凿新的旋塞。But Naftohaz gas company spokesman Zemliansky rejects Medvedev's statement as fear-mongering aimed at individuals who do not know pipeline technology. He told VOA the system will remain viable under any circumstances, even if the gas runs out completely.  不过,NOFTOHAZ天然气公司的发言人泽姆连斯基把梅德维杰夫的声明看作是对那些不懂管道技术的人们散布恐惧。他对美国之音表示,这个系统不管在任何情况下都能运转,即使是在完全没有天然气的情况下。Ukraine says it had been forced to use reserves to maintain the pressure needed to move gas to European consumers before the valves were closed. 乌克兰说,他们被迫动用天然气储备来维持管道阀门被关闭前向欧洲的顾客运送天然气所必需的压力。Shortages are being felt as far downstream as France and Germany. Complete halts were reported in Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Romania, Croatia, Serbia and Turkey.  供应的短缺在远到法国和德国的地方都感受到。保加利亚、希腊、马其顿、罗马尼亚、克罗地亚、塞尔维亚和土耳其的一些地方出现了天然气供应完全停止的情况。Subzero temperatures throughout much of Europe is increasing demand for gas, and several governments have issued calls for conservation. While many countries have reserves or alternative sources, Bulgaria relies heavily on Russian gas and the country's president, Georgi Parvanov, says it could restart one of its nuclear reactors, which the European Union had previously deemed unsafe. 欧洲大部分地区出现的零度以下的气温增加了对天然气的需求。很多政府都呼吁节省天然气的使用。尽管很多国家有天然气储备或是其他的来源,保加利亚严重依赖俄罗斯的天然气。保加利亚总统珀尔瓦诺夫说,他们可能重新启动一个核反应堆,这些核反应堆在早些时候被欧盟认为是不安全的。Russia and Ukraine are expected to hold face-to-face talks Thursday aimed at resolving the situation. 预计俄罗斯和乌克兰星期四会举行面对面的会谈,来解决这个问题。The European Union is calling for immediate resumption of all gas deliveries.  欧盟呼吁立即恢复所有的天然气输送。President Yushchenko expressed extreme concern over the situation in telegrams to Russian President Dmitri Medvedev and European Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso. Prime Minister Putin has made his own appeals to Europe through Alexei Miller, ordering the Gazprom chairman to show Russia's gas contracts with Ukraine to EU officials in Brussels. 乌克兰总统尤先科在向俄罗斯总统梅德维杰夫和欧盟委员会主席巴罗佐发送的电报中对目前的情况表达了严重的关切。俄罗斯总理普京通过俄罗斯天然气公司的董事长米勒向欧洲发出了他自己的呼吁,并且要求米勒向布鲁塞尔的欧盟官员出示俄罗斯同乌克兰签署的天然气合同。State Department Spokesman Sean McCormack issued a statement Tuesday calling the gas cutoffs unacceptable, and expressing regret over dispute. McCormack notes the episode underscores the critical need to diversify sources of natural gas, as well as other energy sources. 美国国务院发言人麦科马克星期二发表了一份声明,称天然气被切断是不可接受的,并且对俄罗斯和乌克兰之间出现争端表示遗憾。麦科马克指出,这起事件强调了将天然气供应管道以及其他能源来源多元化的必要性。01/60667

  对于国际汽联为2010赛季设立的预算上限,法拉利车队表达了极大的不满,并直言如果国际汽联选择执行这一预算,那么法拉利将在下赛季退出F1。“如果国际汽联不改变决定,那么我们就将退出F1。”在会上,法拉利的观点非常明确,“我们反对国际汽联关于在新赛季设立预算上限的决定,当然也不会在下赛季注册参赛。”如果说法拉利的退赛让人感到遗憾的话,那么更加糟糕的是,持这种观点的并非法拉利一家,本赛季表现抢眼的丰田和红牛车队也暗示无法接受国际汽联预算上限的设置,正在考虑下赛季是否退出F1。 Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe for Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello. They built the technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari, it’s unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?Yes, for sure. Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the future of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula one predictable meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow. 05/70315Self-help 自助 My big fat career 我的远大前程How individuals can survive in the new world of work 新职业世界生存法则Sep 10th 2011 | from the print edition“I REWROTE MY entire book after my experience of Spain and seeing what is happening in America, to recast it in terms of survival job-hunting,” says Richard Bolles. His book, “What Colour is Your Parachute?”, was first published in 1970 as a guide to finding a fulfilling job and has sold millions of copies. When Mr Bolles went to Spain in March to give advice on dealing with its indignant army of unemployed, he found that nobody had much idea how to get people back to work.“由于西班牙的经历和当今美国的见闻,我重写了整本书,并用生存性求职的观点重塑了这本书,”理查德.鲍尔斯如是说。他的书《你的降落伞是什么颜色?》作为一本求职指南首次发表于1970年并获得了几百万的销量。今年三月他去西班牙为怨气冲天的失业人群提供指导时,才发现大家对如何帮助失业者重返工作岗位一无所知。Even in tough times there are jobs to be had, but applicants have to work far harder to get an employer’s attention, says Mr Bolles. The main thing is to give them hope and teach them the latest techniques for looking for work, of which he lists no fewer than 18. They need to market themselves better and consider a broader range of employers than they might have thought of. Not least, they must “clean up their act on the internet”. Facebook is now routinely scrutinised by human-resources departments, which will be instantly put off if they find anything negative or embarrassing.鲍尔斯提到,即使在很糟的情况下仍然会有工作可做,但此时应聘者需要付出很多努力才能获得雇主的青睐。关键是要给求职者以信心,并且教给他们最新的求职技巧,鲍尔斯列出了不超过18条这样的技巧。求职者需要更好地推销自己且应该扩大原来设想的求职范围;尤为重要的是,他们应该清理其在网络上的痕迹,现在公司的人力部门经常定期检查Facebook,一旦发现任何负面或者不妥的迹象,求职就会被耽搁。Better the devil you know恶魔之上The good thing about the internet is that it offers a vast amount of information to jobhunters, especially once they have secured an interview. Glassdoor.com, a website launched in 2008 that now covers more than 120,000 companies worldwide, lets employees (anonymously) share information about firms, ranging from what people think about the boss to salary levels and details about the interview process. Last year’s annual Glassdoor list of oddball interview questions was topped by Goldman Sachs, which asked a candidate for an analyst’s job, “If you were shrunk to the size of a pencil and put in a blender, how would you get out?” One Glassdoor contributor’s suggested answer was, “Ask the government to bail me out,” which would probably not have secured the job.网络很好的一点就是它为求职者提供了海量的讯息,这一优点在获得面试后尤其明显。网站Glassdoor.com成立于2008年,现在覆盖了全球120,000家公司,雇员们可以在这个网站上匿名分享关于公司的信息,从对老板的看法、薪资水平到面试细节都有。去年高盛位列该网站的年度怪问题清单之首,高盛问一个求职分析员的人“如果你被缩到铅笔那么小并被放进了一个搅拌机,该怎么逃出来?”,网站上有人给出的参考是“让政府救援我”,当然这个不一定能保你获得这份工作。201109/154048

  The WTO and ChinaHands slapped世贸组织与中国的交锋A ruling with ramifications 裁决之意,一石多鸟Jul 7th 2011 | from the print edition WHEN China joined the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in late 2001, its share of world exports stood at 4.3%. By last year that share had soared to 10.6%, and the country had become the world’s biggest exporter. In addition to awe and envy, its rise has spawned a rapidly growing list of trade quarrels. China was a party to only two of the 93 trade disputes that were taken to the WTO between its accession and the end of 2005. But in the five years to the end of 2010, it was involved in 26 of the 84 cases filed at the forum. 中国于2001年底加入世贸组织时,对外贸易出口额仅占世界总额的4.3%。然而,去年该比例已飙升到10.6%,使得中国已经成为世界上最大的出口国。对此,各国有敬畏也有嫉妒,因而贸易纷争骤增。在中国入世后至2005年年底这段时间,世贸组织所处理的商业纠纷中,只有两起牵涉到中国。然而,在05年到10年底这段时间,世贸处理的84起纠纷中,就有26起牵扯到中国。On July 5th the WTO’s dispute-settlement body found against China on three linked complaints. The cases were brought by America, the European Union and Mexico in and took issue with China’s policy of restricting the exports of certain industrial raw materials, including bauxite, magnesium, zinc and silica, of which it is a leading producer. The plaintiffs argued that China’s policies gave domestic firms that use these commodities an unfair competitive advantage, while also restricting world supply of these inputs and causing their prices to soar.7月5号,世贸争议解决机构在连续3场投诉中都判定中国违规。这3场投诉由美国、欧盟、墨西哥于年提出,他们的投诉理由为,中国在铝土矿、镁、锌硅等工业原料方面是主要产出国,但是中国制定政策,限制这些原料的出口。原告认定,中国的政策限制这些商品的供给,引起价格飙升,从而让国内利用这些原料的公司具有竞争优势,这很不公平。China says its restrictions were motivated by its desire to conserve the world’s limited supply of these materials and to protect the environment from the pollution caused by their extraction. The problem with this line of argument, as the WTO panel noted, was that although China restricted the export of these commodities, it had done nothing to reduce their actual production. China’s policies were in clear violation of its WTO commitments, it found. 中国辩护说设定这些限制完全出于以下考虑,中方有意节约这些稀有资源,同时减少提炼带来的环境污染。世贸专门问题小组认为,该论的问题在于,虽然说中国限制这些原料的出口,可是它完全没有减少实际产出。该小组认为中国的政策显然违背了它入世时的承诺。China expressed “regret” at the WTO’s ruling and has up to 60 days to lodge an appeal. Jeffrey Schott of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a think-tank in Washington, DC, expects “several more big cases against China soon”. But the significance of this judgment goes beyond China. Many countries banned some food exports during the food-price spike of 2008. A renewed period of buoyant commodity prices and demand could easily tempt more governments to emulate China’s restrictions on exports of raw materials. The WTO’s judgment may dissuade at least some countries from doing so. And given the rotten state of the Doha round of trade talks, a show of teeth in defence of a rules-based trading system is more useful than ever.中国认为世贸组织裁判不公,因而花费多达60天提出上诉。彼得森国际经济研究所是华盛顿的智囊团,其员工杰弗里#8226;斯科特认为,“中国很快就得面对几场更大的投诉。”然而审判的意义其实不在于针对中国。2008年食品价格狂升时,许多国家都禁止进食品出口。现在各国面临新一轮的食品价格上涨,需求增大,所以它们很可能效仿中国,限制原材料出口。世贸组织做此判定至少可以阻止某些国家采用这条计策。然而,考虑到多边贸易谈判的糟糕情况,我们有必要在此刻展示出维护有规可循的贸易体系的勇气,这会比以往任何时候都有效。201107/143936

  

  Raise Green Kids Deirdre Imus talks about her book "Growing Up Green: Baby and Child Health Care". Sam: Now our count it down to Earth Day. We are showing you how to green in every aspect of your life, how to go green. And we are kicking off this series this morning with Deirdre Imus, the author of "Growing Up Green!---Baby and Child Care". Now her book is a roadmap for how to raise all of our children in a healthy and environmentally friendly way. It's packed with really wonderful tips. We are just goanna show you some of them here but I have to admit aly I have a crush on you, Deirdre Imus, and I`ll tell down that I am sorry but I really do, I, even before I met you I did, because these are such great ideas. But... D.I.: Thank you, thank you. Sam.Sam: Tell me why is it even important for us to be thinking about raising a child environmentally friendly from day one. Why is that important?D.I.: It's important because our children are being exposed in all directions from their food, everyday products, cleaning products everything in the home. The air, our soil, our water is polluted. Many these products in our food chain has carcinogens and neurotoxins and endocrine disrupters, hormone disrupters , so it makes sense to use at least some of toxicity with everything you do with your children for alive. Sam: And ing this, it starts to make sense to me because we have somebody crying in the studio. It starts to make sense to me because (Oh, baby) you smell the product when you spray, it smells harsh to you, but the kids are on the floor, (Right!) they have their mouth on the table, they are actually ingesting all these stuff. Let's start with the house cleaning products and do we get the chemicals out of these products? D.I.: Yes, these products are all non-toxic products, the great example here of hand dish, distilled white vinegar which has been around for years, and then non-toxical purpose cleaners. The difference with the green and non-toxic cleaning products is that they do not contain chlorine bleach (alright) or ammonia or any of those synthetic chemicals. Sam: Those are two that we are really worried about, chlorine and ammonia. D.I.: Really. Especially chlorine bleach for moms that have little babies and pets. It's a low-lying chemical, which means it`s at around our knees here. It stays at that level where your child's mouth is breathing, (inhaling) a young child. So it's much more detrimental to children. Sam: I love your tip that cleaning products should look like water because if they don't, then they have chemicals and false colorings and everything else, sort of. So they should look clear like that. I didn't think about that.D.I.: Unless they use vegetable dye for their colorings, they are naturally going to be clear. Otherwise they have synthetic chemicals that are very harmful. Sam: I didn't even think about that. Sam: Now glass bottles. This was the biggest news yesterday with the plastic bottles, glass bottles and baby food, organic baby food. Tell me why organic food`s important. D.I.: Organic food is important because organic means that all the food that you are feeding your child does not have pesticides. Again, pesticides are known carcinogens and neurotoxin and are totally in links from studies with all the children's illnesses that will happen. It smells good, right?Sam: It does smell good. D.I.: "EARTHS BEST" (the trademark of an organic food for children) has been around, this is what I fed my son, my nine-year-old son and I've even eaten this baby food, there's a study that was done where they found in conventional baby food over 16 different pesticides, just in a jar of baby food. Sam: See, and let's see, let's say that again, because when I that this morning, getting y for your interview, that really shocked me. Sixteen in a test of baby food, regular baby food. (Right!) How many pesticides did they found? D.I.: Sixteen they found. And pesticides are known carcinogens and neurotoxins and are linked to everything from cancer, to autism, to learning disabilities, allergies, asthma. Sam: Well, let's be fair, this cost more money than regular baby food right now, by about how much?D.I.: Well it does cost a little more, but also you can buy them in bulk. You can go to certain stores, health food stores now that they are more cost-competitive and of course now Gerber has an organic line as well. Sam: OK, that's helpful.D.I.: So,there`s alternative, but you can make your own baby food. I did that as, when my child was a baby, it's easy to make, just mashing up the yams and the potatoes and the green vegetables. It`s, it`s easy. Sam: so in that way, it isn't more expensive. And you can keep ... D.I.: No, it's not.D.I.: So a lot of them you can put in glass jars at home, and it`s, you save money. Sam: There are so many more tips in this book, there,from the school stuff that we just... I wanted to talk about this. This really bothered me when I heard about this from....D.I.: Well, the baby bottles are big thing too, glass bottles are the gold standard for baby bottles. I highly recommend glass. For whatever reason, if someone doesn't want glass and there is healthier plastic bottles, but still it's plastic. They've taken out the major chemicals in them but they are still toxic. Sam: We'll link you if you are interested in this topic to her book and everything else you need to know in abcnews.com. This was just wonderful. Again, (Thank you!) there`s one of the reasons, one of the reasons that I have a crush on you!kick off: Originally means to make the kick that begins a football game. But here just means to start, to begin.carcinogen: A cancer-causing substance or agent.neurotoxin: A toxin that damages or destroys nerve tissue.endocrine : The secretion of an endocrine gland; a hormone.01/61101

  Olympics boost Chinese economy 奥运带动经济 The spirit of commerce is alive and well in traditionally communist China, as the country gets y for the Olympics.For people in Beijing, China are going gaga over the upcoming Olympics since being awarded of the Games in 2001 the city have undergone a major transformation to prepare itself to host, literally, the planet, this summer, everything from subways to highways and the airports, they've all have been revamped and expanded to host millions of spectators that will descend on Beijing. Joining me now Money magazine, Senior Writer, George Manne, see you were there. Thank you for joining us, today,Thank you for having me Bringing us a little piece of Beijing, what’s interesting, you have talked about a bit of how the city is really educating the public about the Olympic Games, what did you notice?Well. It is the coolest thing that I have ever seen in a subway that you didn't ,don't wanna talk to the police about ,it was they had s , not only do they have TV monitors in the newest subway lines, but while I was there , they were running non-stop educational s about the Olympics ,so if you watch for 5 minutes ,and if you know Chinese which I don’t. You can learn all about how you judge let's say the trampoline competition, what makes a good trampolinist versus, you know, a none-medal-winning trampolinist.They're really trying to get them into it.Oh,yeah, plus, they were showing an endless loop of the sequence of events that showed originally when China was awarded at the Olympics. They had Samaranch, they had the International Olympics Committee announcing Beijing ,and everybody cheering.When I was in Athens they had the Olympics, and they were doing the as similar, as similar thing, but it does not sound like to the same extent .It seems like Beijing is really taking this all out.Yeah, it’s been an excuse for a lot of construction in the city, building new highways, obviously building the main venues also upgrading transportation systems around them ,around the city.Other than changes in infrastructure, what did you notice, the signal that hail the Olympics are coming?Lots of advertising, everywhere you look, there were billboards with Olympic times, also billboards with the five cute little furry little mascots for the Olympics.Right. I’ve seen thoseThose are the Fuwa, the good luck dolls and they represent different Olympic sports, different Olympic ideals, and also different elements, five different, elements (Earth, fire, wind), yes ,and also different animals representatives of China . There is a panda there, too. Of course. What is also interesting is that the government has cut down on call-to-call guerilla advertising by non-Olympic sponsors, they are trying to make an effort that if you see an advertisement that has something to do with sports; it is from an official sponsor who has paid-up.But what about the big sponsors like Nike for example, how are the Chinese government officials controlling their advertising in Beijing?Well , it is pretty uncontrollable , sorry Carol advertisement is everywhere ,that was one of the things that were the most interesting thing to me, going to China for the first time , you think of China as a socialist country ,but is just filled with capitalism and buying and purchasing ,and stuff like that.What are you noticing, you know, finally just from the men and women and pedestrians on the street, what is different do you think possibly about their behavior, are they really really geared up for the game , and some of them // off the construction that they have to deal with to prepare for the Games ?Well, that is an issue in China ,there has been a lot of tearing down of old neighborhoods are to build new buildings, new hotels ,just to develop the city ,and it does not seem as if there is a strong historic preservation movement in China as strong as it is let's say in major cities in the ed States . So that is just rolling along there. I have to ask you about the smog, because if you think the smog in L.A. is bad, you should check out Beijing, right? I mean, it's supposed to be a little less now, because they cut off a lot of their industrial production for the GamesYes every, people that I spoke to said you know unfortunately this is about the worst time of the year that you could have an event in Beijing, it is just seasonally . it is just a bad and more polluted time , what I told people coming back, I live in NY,what I told people coming back,it was a really exciting city, make New York feel like a small town, make NY feel like just a little tiny building that has not that many people ,it also made NY look like it had air like in a country meddle compared to Beijing . So I know they are really fighting to try to fix them up in time for the Games.Yeah we'll see what happens, George, thank you for giving us you first // perspective, I appreciate that.200811/56847

  

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