If your visions of Beijing are centred around pods of Maoist revolutionaries in buttoned-down tunics performing t’ai chi in the Square, put them to rest: this city has embarked on a new-millennium roller-coaster and it’s taking the rest of China with it.

  The spinsterish Beijing of old is having a facelift and the cityscape is changing daily. Within the city, however, you’ll still find some of China’s most stunning sights: the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven Park, the Lama Temple and the Great Wall, to name just a few.

  Hong Kong

  Hong Kong has the big city specials like smog, odour, 14 million elbows and an insane love of clatter. But it’s also efficient, hushed and peaceful: the transport network is excellent, the shopping centres are sublime, and the temples and quiet corners of parks are contemplative oases.

  Hong Kong has enough towering urbanity, electric streetscapes, enigmatic temples, commercial fervour and cultural idiosyncrasies to utterly swamp the senses of a visitor, and enough spontaneous, unexpected possibilities to make a complete mockery of any attempt at a strictly organised itinerary.


  Macau may be firmly back in China’s orbit, but the Portuguese patina on this Sino-Lusitanian Las Vegas makes it a most unusual Asian destination. It has always been overshadowed by its glitzy near-neighbour Hong Kong – which is precisely why it’s so attractive.

  Macau’s dual cultural heritage is a boon for travellers, who can take their pick from traditional Chinese temples, a spectacular ruined cathedral, pastel villas, old forts and islands that once harboured pirates. A slew of musuems will tell you how it all came about.


  Although the lights have been out for quite some time, Shanghai once beguiled foreigners with its seductive mix of tradition and sophistication. Now Shanghai is reawakening and dusting off its party shoes for another silken


   Importance of Being Busy
        Sometimes life becomes so busy that you feel as if you are the only person to whom the whole world has been merciless and that you are the only person who is working harder than anyone else. Yes, the grass on the other side of the fence is always greener and more fresh.
     However, the more things one has to do or one is into,the greater the involvement in a mental, physical or social way .in these things. Due to this, one’s own personal problems are out of sight, because all the time one’s mind is thinking of completing the undertaken tasks. Problems, once they are out of sight are out of mind.
     Each thing that we do adds a new dimension to our personality. It shapes our thinking and makes us more organized,experienced, knowledgeable and creative.  The time and sweat that we put in everyday into our tasks is the brick and mortar of our future. So friends, it is always better to be busy rather than idle. Now hasn’t everyone heard that an idle mind is the devil’s workshop? Behind every successful man is a devotedly followed busy schedule rather than a woman.


Importance of Being Busy(忙碌的重要性)

    然而,一个人越有事情要做或正在做,他投入到这些事情中的精力、体力和社交就越多。  由此,一个人就看不到自己的个人问题了,因为所有的时间他的心里都在想如何完成承担的任务。一旦问题眼不见了,心也就不烦了。
    我们做的每件事都会提升我们的人格魅力。它塑造我们的思想,让我们更具组织性,更有经验,更渊博也更具创造力。我们每天为完成任务所花的时间和所流的汗水就是建筑我们未来的一砖一瓦。  因此,朋友们,忙碌总比无所事事好。大家不是都听过“游手好闲的头脑就是魔鬼的作坊”这句话吗?每个成功男人的背后是张兢兢业业的繁忙的日程表,而不是一个女人。


How to improve oral english:口语学习方法总汇

(1).We study spoken English so as to make oral communications, so this order of importance of oral English study should be followed: Fluency, Accuracy, and Appropriateness. That is to say, we have to pay more attention to practical communicating ability instead of only laying emphasis on the grammatical correctness.



(2).Try to find some partners practicing oral English together and English corner is a good place as where we may exchange English study experience, widen our sight and improve interest in English.


(3).If English partners are not easy to get, then we have to create an English environment ourselves by speaking English to ourselves.


(4).This method is very effective and easy to insist on–interpreting Chinese-English novels or books. First we read the Chinese parts and then try to interpret them into English and then compare our interpretation with the original versions in the novels or books so that we can find out the mistakes, shortcomings and progresses in our interpretation.











softening and antistatic agents 柔软及抗静电剂
water and oil-repellent agents 防水防油整理剂
insect-resist agents 防虫剂
thickeners 增稠剂
crosslinking agents
交联剂 emulsifiers 乳化剂
direct dyestuffs 直接染料
reactive dyeings 活性染料
disperse dyestuffs 分散染料

quickwash shrinkage tester 快速洗水缩水试验机
washing fastness tester 水洗牢度机
martindate aorasion tester 耐磨损测试机
standard light both 标准光源箱
universal strength tester 万能强力测试机
light fastness tester 日晒牢度仪
non-standard equipments 非标设备
ironing machine 烫平机
series three-legged centrifuger 三足式系列离心机
displacement heat exchanger 容积式换热器
reactor 反应锅
hank drier 绞纱烘燥机
bulk-fibre drier 散毛烘燥机
liquid-flow hank dyeing machine 液流式绞纱染色机
normal temperature oscillating dyeing machine 常温振荡试样机
sparging(jet) dyeing machine 喷射式染色机
high-temperature /high-pressure dyeing machine 高温高压染色机
program-controlled dyeing machine 程控染色机
high temperature overflow dyeing machine 高温溢流染色机
high temperature and high pressure yarn dyeing machine 高温高压染纱机 atmospheric overflow dyeing machine 常温溢流染色机
high temperature sample dyeing machine 高温样品染色机
stainless steal drying tumbler 不锈钢烘筒烘燥机
rope impregnating mangle 绳状浸染机

resin finishing 树脂
starch finishing 上浆

slightly reddish cast 轻泛红现象
electrolyte 电解



I like play football very much.I think it is one of the most popular way to relax.And it can help your body grow more strong.I often play football on PE lesson and after school.In this way I make friends with a lot of football-liker.we always play together.Football bring me so much,I like it!


Personal Statement
Applied Program:Organizational Behavior

The purpose behind this personal statement is to not only gain admission to your well-established and highly respected Ph.D. program, but to impress upon you my passion for learning and my tremendous desire to succeed in both scholastic research and in teaching on the professional level. I have based my decision to pursue an academic career not on purely practical reasons, but rather on my own natural interests and aptitude. My personal philosophy is that money and social status should not be pursued as life-consuming objectives and that in actuality they are the by-products of goals originating from one’s inner needs. I understand that my intellectual capacity is a gift, and I intend to use this gift to the very best of my substantial capabilities.

I am interested in the field of study of Organizational Behavior. In the past, I have had the experience of working in settings where the people and the corporate cultures of the companies were all different. I have found that there is a great difference in the both the behaviors of people and of their organizations, depending on whether they are state-owned enterprises (SOEs), large multinational firms, or small to medium sized foreign enterprises. One simple example is that of the ability of an employee to act independently without direct instructions from his or her boss. In many Chinese organizations, acting without direct instructions is considered a form of disrespect towards the supervisor, who is generally offended by such behavior. In my experience and research, such organizations tend to have low operating efficiency with the employees losing their innate ability to take the initiative.

In contrast, foreign enterprises tend to welcome employees who have the ability to make decisions on their own, though the extent to which this is true depends on whether the supervisor i


With the development of our modern society, people’s living conditions become much more comfortable. But along with intense competition, parents have less time to consider children’s needs in all-round. One method to solve this ontradiction is to give children some pocket money. Pocket money is useful to children. But whether the children are considerable enough to make correct use of these money. There are two viewpoints about the pocket money. Some people think that giving children pocket money will make them become luxurious. Others think that will not lead to such disadvantage. In my opinion, both of them are partially reasonable.
  Someone believe that giving children pocket money really has many advantages. With pocket money, children can buy their daily necessities such as pencils, little toys, and snack food they like. It will give children a certain freedom to select what they want, make them aware rules of the equivalent exchange. Since time to parents is very precious, giving pocket money to children help them to save time spent in shopping, but used in busy working and earning money.
  Others insist that there are undoubtedly some disadvantages in spending pocket money. First, young children do not know how to use pocket money appropriately, they possibly consume all the money to buy expensive merchandise that they like, and then ask for extra money from their parents. Some parents cosset their children, and always give them a large amount of pocket money. Such conditions will make children become more and more prodigal. Second, since adults do not supervise the procedure of shopping, children could probably buy something that is not suitable for their age, such as adult magazines.
  Judging these two viewpoints above-mentioned, I think that parents should give their children a limited amount of pocket money. There are some preconditions: the amount of pocket money must be finite; the parents should instruct their children how to u


       University Courses
             Many young people go to universities without a clear idea of what they are going to do. If one considers the various courses offered, it is not hard to see how difficult it is for a student to select the course most suited to him. If a student goes to a university to acquire a broader perspective of life, he will undoubtedly benefit. Schools often have too restrictive an atmosphere. Most students would, I believe, profit by the exploration of different academic studles, especially the “all rounders’with no particular interest.They should have a longer time to decide in what subject they
want to take their degrees, so that in later life, they do not look back and regret.
     There is, of course, another side to the question of how to make the best use of one’s time at university. Some students,who are good at a particular branch of learning, may spend three or four years becoming a specialist, appearing with a first-class Honors Degree but very little knowledge of what the rest of the world is all about. Therefore there will have to be much more detailed information in all fields. On the one hand, a band of specialists ignorant of anything outside their own subject, and on the other hand, an ever-increasing number of graduates qualified in subjects for which there is little or no demand in the working world.


University Courses(大学课程)

















I. Phrases

  1. be curious about 对……感到好奇 to do 必将 / 将要 / 应该

  3.go out on a story 外出采访

  4. on one’s own 独自,*自己

  of one’s own 自己的……

  5. concentrate on 集中精力于……

  6. be of interest = be interesting 有趣的

  7. bring …with … 随身携带

  8. have a nose for… 对……非常敏感

  9. depend on 依赖

  10. a trick of the trade 职业诀窍

  11. accuse sb. of sth.= charge sb. with sth. 指控某人做某事

  12. so as to do sth.(句中) 为了……

  13. be supposed to have done 理应当 / 被认为做过某事

  14. look forward to (doing) sth. 盼望做某事

  15. be eager to do sth. /for sth. 渴望做……/……

  16. get the wrong end of the stick 完全搞错了

  17. tell the whole truth 说出全部真相

  18. ahead of 在……前头

  19. set (out)to do/ set about doing 着手做某事

  20. pass… on to… 把……传递给……

  21. make an appointment with sb. 与某人约会,预约

  22. polish the style 润色语言风格

  23. be / get absorbed in 专心于,集中精力于

  24. in turn 依次,逐个地

  25. defend…against… 为某人辩护

  26. note down 记下

  27.cover sth. / interview sb.报道某事 / 采访某人

  28. do some research on… 对……做调查

  29. work on 从事

  30. last of all 最后

  31. on purpose / by accident 故意地 / 偶然,意外地

  32. arrange an interview (with sb. )安排采访

  33. stick to 坚持

  34. A rather than B A而不是B

  35. account for 解释

  36. through sb.’s analysis 通过某人的分析

  II. Sentences:

  1. (倒装)Never will ZY forget his first assignment at the office of China Daily.


  2.(倒装)Only when you have seen what he or she does, can you cover a story by yourself.

  3. ( There’s ) No need for a camera ! 没必要带相机。

  4.(倒装)Not only am I interested in photography, but I took a course at university, so it’s actually of special interest to me.


  5.This is how the story goes. 事情是这样的。

  6.Have you ever had a case where somebody accused your reporters of getting the wrong end of the stick?