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The decade: Not others but ours   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-11-27 11:08:49 |Display all floors
As the 80's generation lived in China, I personally experienced this actual and special decade  with these different repersentative events. Yes, everthing happened each day consists of history and it is to testify completely the philosophy of development, with this philosophy view one would get more ease and hormonius to something good or bad occured in life with happy living.{:soso_e100:}

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Post time 2012-11-27 11:21:10 |Display all floors
we can not forget decade past , in which we smile ,cry ,angry ,sad ,

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Post time 2012-11-27 11:22:40 |Display all floors
failure,success are full of our life in the decade past

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Post time 2012-11-27 14:46:39 |Display all floors
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A grandpa and his granddaughter in Jiangsu, 2011, 5, 7 played together during the rest time. The grand parents took care of the left child whose parents work in Beijing.


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Guangzhou, August, 20, a group of volunteers are ready to their etiquette training for the 16th Asian Games.

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"Ballet girl", a house-known inspiring figure whose story moved the society in Chengdu, 2010, 10, 9.

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A farewell in Guangzhou railway station in January 29, 2011. The girl left Guangzhou back home and "probably will not come back" said the boy.

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Nostalgic wedding ceremony,  a post- 80s couple chose to take their wedding veil photo in this way in Beijing, February 14, 2011.

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Post time 2012-11-27 15:14:10 |Display all floors
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June 16, 2011, Father's Day, A miner father is enjoying his day being washed by his child in Shanxi.

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A monk prays for the sudden deceased in Taiyuan Railway Station, 2011, 11,25.

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Warm-hearted residents wait in line to donate blood for the injured of a high-speed train clash accident in Wenzhou, July 23, 2011.

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There is indeed a Free Lunch in this world, this campaign was initiated by Deng Fei, a prestigious journalist to provide a free lunch for kids in poor regions across China.


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Xiao Yueyue, or ''little happiness" incident. The mother of Yueyue and  a old cleaner who found and saved the little girl shed tears in hospitial in Guangzhou 2011, 10,18.  The two-year-old toddler left this cold world in the end and this  outrage was taken as a stigma of the social coldness because there were 18 passers-by refused to give a helping hand indeliberately or not.

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Post time 2012-11-27 15:45:56 |Display all floors
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"People mountain, people sea" , a Chinese phrase is used to this kind of floods of population. Tourists jammed the scenic spots all over the nation during the National Day holidays ie. Golden  Week.

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A couple kisses while the other four boys pose for a photo in Wuhan after a heavy rainfall which lead to the rise of water level of a lake in Wuhan, June 25, 2011.  


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"The most beautiful teacher", anothe positive heroine who is applauded for her heroic activity. She saved her students lives but lost her two legs when a truck moved backward suddenly into a crowded of students in May 8, 2011.

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A hero driver's funeral, a traffic officer saluted the hearse when it passed by in July 4, 2011, Hangzhou.

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A traffic officer holding a baby deals with a accident in Chengdu, September, 5, 2011. The grandpa lies down in front of the vehicle in order to prevent it from leaving and the baby's parents are bickering inside the car.

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Post time 2012-11-27 15:53:43 |Display all floors
cd_moderator Post time: 2012-11-27 15:14
June 16, 2011, Father's Day, A miner father is enjoying his day being washed by his child in Shanx ...
A monk prays for the sudden deceased in Taiyuan Railway Station, 2011, 11,25.
China obviously don't mind spirituality despite western propaganda of opposite. :)

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