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Share Indiana, the Crossroads of America
renhong 2018-1-16 16:50
Indiana is the 19th state of the United States, which is famous for auto racing, basketball and fields of corn. The local people consists of the state's native people and the European settlers. Indiana, namely Hoosier State, that is from the uncertain stories. One of the story is that a stranger knocked at the door of the settler's home, the answer he heard is "Who's here?" The pronunciation sounds like Hoosier. After that, the name has been spread until now. More than 80% land is covered b ...
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Share The introduction of Rock climbing
renhong 2018-1-16 15:21
Rock climbing is one of the most popular extreme sports. The climbers need to climb up, down or across natural rock formations or man-made rock walls in order to reach a pre-defined route. Rock climbing is a challenging sport that the climbers should fully prepared in physical and mental aspects. It is also an examination of climber's power, endurance and agility. It's a dangerous activity so that the climber ought to grasp professional knowledge and proper climbing techniques. Moreover, the sp ...
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Share China to Promote Martial Arts Among Children
Women_of_China 2018-1-16 15:20
China to Promote Martial Arts Among Children
Students perform a variety of actions together at the Shaqu Experimental School in Dalian, Northeast China's Liaoning province. Martial arts experts nationwide gathered at a seminar to discuss measures to promote traditional Chinese culture among children. Martial arts shows will be performed by one million children in 100 cities to celebrate the Children's Day on June 1, 2018, according to a martial arts development plan for 2018-2020 unveiled at the seminar ...
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Share Chinese Children's Hospital Develops Fun Way for Child Patients
Women_of_China 2018-1-16 15:18
Chinese Children's Hospital Develops Fun Way for Child Patients
A children's hospital in central China’s Hunan province has unveiled a new way to transport young patients to the operating room: remote-control toy cars. The mini cars, unveiled at Hunan Children’s Hospital, allow young patients to “drive” themselves to the operating room. The idea behind it is to make the children more relaxed before surgery. The novel approach has benefited more than 100 young patients aged between one and six. (Source: ...
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Share Life after retirement
renhong 2018-1-13 21:07
In China, the current statutory retirement age is 60 years for men and 55 for women. China has entered an aging society. A large amount of retired people will start their new life after retirement. The transition from a full-time exployee to total leisure might be one of the most important changes in our whole life. Many successful retirees said that they feel more satisfied with life from various activities and business. It makes a great sense of self-worth. They don't need endure hazardous ...
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Share Grinding iron rod into needle
renhong 2018-1-13 20:18
Li Bai is a great poet in Tang dynasty. It was said that he did not like to read books and was afraid of difficulties when he was a child. So the progress of his studyingwas slow. This story will tell us how Libai became a deligent student and overcome the fears. One day, Libai was walking on theway of going back to home, passing a river, noticing an old lady was grinding an iron rod. He was puzzled, walked toward the old lady and asked:"Grannie,what are you trying to ...
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Share Double Holidays  
dovexu 2018-1-13 13:45
Double Holidays The National Day met with the Moon Festival. It was a very occasional boom of double holidays. Travelers rushed to everywhere in this country. All the resorts were full of people and brought troubles. Stream of people poured out of the country. It was welcome by world economy. Remark: It was written on 18 October 2017. &nbs ...
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Share Are books precious?
SEARU 2018-1-13 08:47
Thanks for your constructive comments first! About “Dont decry the books! Books are precious."----------- I don't agree with you on this point. I think few of the books in the library are worth reading since most of them were poorly written or edited! At least not all books are precious! ---------Many college graduates would sell all of their textbooks as rubbish for few coins that phenomenon is enough for us to have a good thinking on what is wrong with our education!
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Share The new phase of Internet age
renhong 2018-1-13 03:23
Since 1950s, the internet was emerged in the world. When I was a university student, I bought my first computer in late 1990s, then I registered my first email and browsed the webpage about news and job opportunities. That was a fabulous experience because ofa new internet world in front of us. I was astonished about the huge amount of information on the internet. The internet brings a new age of information explosion. Itlikes a coin that has two sides, pros and cons. It shows u ...
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Share The wealth of insanity
Motika 2018-1-12 05:50
The wealth of insanity
You work for a fortune. Which one wants to show up to everyone. Then it is left to the offspring to manage this burden. But the plan fails so across Europe you find mansion and small castle that are in a state of decay now. next is a Italian Mansion is for sale now. maybe even that would end up as a ruin one day. ...
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