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重庆激光治疗痤疮价格重庆星辰医院抽脂多少钱四川开眼角多少钱 9  US Presidents and Chinese Chopsticks  Ever since Richard Nixon first visited China in 197, every successive US President has visited China. Learning to use chopsticks ha been an important lesson all of them, because it is not only a part of eastern culture, but also a political art, a ;small trick; to show of and win the host pleasure. So, in his visit to China in June, 1998, Bill Clinton as also learn how to use chopsticks so as to be able to show off at the state banquet in Beijing.  Nixon had set the example to American Presidents to pay attention to the art of using chopsticks which was also a conversation topic at the state banquet during his visit. This, just like the shots of Nixon drinking Maotai, was televised throughout the world. From then on all American Presidents visiting China have tried their best to sow off their skill in using chopsticks.  At the 197 banquet, Premier Zhou Enlai noticed the dexterity with which President Nixon used the chopsticks and praised him and Mrs. Nixon their first-class skill. Mrs. Nixon immediately seized upon the topic and even let out the ;secret; that they had been practicing using chopsticks in the White House their visit to China. half a year the Nixons had been using chopsticks instead of knifes and ks their meals.  Nothing gave the Nixons more delight than to be praised by their host their skill in using chopsticks. The success and prestige of a statesman is fully proved when he is praised by his host immersing himself into the culture of the country he is visiting.  Trifling as the technique of using chopsticks may appear, it takes much time and hard work a westerner to master it if he doesnt want to make mistakes. President Nixon had taken the matter very seriously. He had inquired from the President of Pakistan about what kind chopsticks were used at state banquet in Beijing and how many courses there usually were, and then he started to seriously practice with similar chopsticks.  The two countries had not established diplomatic relations when Nixon first visited China so his visit was not an official state visit, nevertheless he was careful with every single minor detail. Later US Presidents visiting China followed his example and paid special attention to minor details. 187重庆整形美容医院哪家好

重庆市除晒斑多少钱German academics claimed that they've solved the mystery behind the identity of Mona Lisa centuries, her smile is fascinated and intrigued. And the real identity of the "Mona Lisa" --a Leonardo da Vinci's famous painting, has also been a mystery. As art historians have wondered whether she could have even been the artist's mother, or his lover.But German academics at the University of Heidelberg say they have cracked the code, Armin Schlechter, a manuscript expert, discovered some notes scribbled in the margin of this book that once belonged to an acquaintance of da Vinci. These notes were made in an edition of letters by Cicero in October , and say the artist was working on three paintings at the time, including a portrait of Lisa del Giocondo."This is the earliest mention of the fact that Leonardo da Vinci painted a picture which portrays a certain woman called Lisa del Giocondo. People have guessed that he was working on this picture in ."The suggestion that Lisa Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo, a wealthy merchant from Florence, could be the smiling woman is nothing new. The painting, which hangs in the Louvre in Paris, is also known as "La Gioconda" which refers to her name but also means happy, or smiling, woman in Italian. Art experts, who have aly dated the painting to the start of the sixteenth century, have described the Heidelberg discovery as a breakthrough. Schlechter actually found the notes two years ago and although they were printed in Heidelberg library's public catalogue, they hadn't received much attention until recently. But while the Mona Lisa's identity may have been solved, the mystery behind that smile is unlikely to be cracked any time soon.Joanna Partridge, Reuters. 5555重庆做双眼皮多少钱 重庆市第四人民医院做去疤手术多少钱

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