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上海手术去纹身上海有没有能治疗毛囊角化症上海1600一支的玻尿酸有吗 The culinary colonisation of the globe may now have us all eating the same old margherita pizzas and arrabiata pastas. But there is one last bastion of gastronomic independence: breakfast. The things we can bear to put in our stomachs right after rising are often the most culturally authentic things about us. And nowhere is that truer than in China.烹饪方式在全球的殖民式推广,或许让我们现在全都吃着一样的传统玛格丽特比萨和香辣番茄意大利面。但还有最后一座堡垒在坚守着烹饪方式独立:早餐。我们能忍受一起床就吃下肚的东西,从文化角度而言往往是最真实地反映我们是谁的东西。而中国比其他任何地方都更符合这句论断。Nobody loves things western more than the Chinese, but when the sun comes up on any Chinese city the east dominates the breakfast trade. Like their ancestors before them, even the most westernised Shanghainese queue up before bamboo towers of steamed buns, spitting woks of crispy bottomed dumplings and steaming vats of rice gruel, to eat food that proudly declares its Chineseness.没有哪个民族比中国人更喜爱西方的东西,但在中国任何一座城市,当太阳升起的时候,早点生意绝对是“东风压倒西风”。哪怕是最西化的上海人,也会像他们的祖辈一样,在码得高高的一笼笼包子,一锅锅滋滋作响的锅贴,和一桶桶热气腾腾的米粥前排队等候,以享用这些自豪地宣告自己中国身份的食物作早餐。They’ve got nothing against a good cornflake here or there, just for variety, or even an Egg McMuffin on the run, but a soup-filled bun made with dollops of pork fat — the much-loved Shanghai shengjian mantou — goes straight to the heart of mainlanders like no cornflake ever could. And of course, all that fat, salt and carbohydrate goes straight to the heart muscle too. But reason not the nutrients: at its best, breakfast is not just food, it is more like love.中国人对偶尔吃一顿可口的玉米片早餐也不排斥,但只是为了换换口味,赶时间的时候他们甚至会匆匆忙忙抓一个吉士蛋麦满分当早餐,可是只有饱含汤汁的生煎馒头(上海人的最爱)才能直抵中国人的心房,那是任何玉米片永远到不了的地方。当然啦,那里面饱含的脂肪、盐和碳水化合物也会直抵心肌。但别拿健康说事了,最好的早餐不仅是食物,它更像是一种“爱”。One young millennial queueing at the neighbourhood “baozi” or steamed bun stall in Shanghai’s former French concession, said he was there for a bit of a bun “chaser” to the bowl of Cheerios he had consumed at home. East meets west in this young man, who says he’s just as happy to draw from either for his first meal of the day. But when it comes to taste? China wins hands down.一个“千禧”世代的年轻人,正在上海前法租界居民区的包子铺排队买包子。这位年轻人说自己在家已经吃了一碗脆谷乐(Cheerios),来这儿想再吃点包子,补充点“硬货”。东西两种文化在这个年轻人身上交汇,他说作为一天之中的头一餐,中式和西式早餐都能让他吃得很开心。但论及味道,中餐毫不费力地赢了。Wu Genfa, a baozi shopper old enough to be his grandfather, is having none of this fusion approach. “I don’t like foreign breakfast,” he says unapologetically. “We’ve been eating Chinese food for decades and if we suddenly change to foreign food, our stomach can’t get used to it,” he says.队伍里一位年纪足以当那位年轻人祖父的食客,则完全无法接受中西混搭的吃法。他的名字叫吴根发。“我不喜欢外国的早餐。”他理直气壮地说,“我们已经吃了几十年中国食物,如果突然改吃外国食物,我们的胃习惯不了。”China’s stubborn adherence to its bun-and-rice-gruel antecedents means that even western fast food restaurants such as KFC have to learn to wrap a steamed bun to survive in the mainland breakfast market. In fact, KFC’s rice porridge with pork and hundred-year-old egg is so popular at breakfast time — paired with a deep fried pastry or “youtiao” for a set meal as low as — that it’s often sold out by the time I get there.中国对包子、米粥等传统食物的顽固坚守,意味着即使是肯德基(KFC)这类西方快餐店都得学着做包子,才能在中国的早餐市场上生存。事实上,肯德基早餐时间供应的皮蛋瘦肉粥(原文称皮蛋为“百年老蛋”(hundred-year-old egg)——译者注)配油条套餐(该套餐售价8元人民币,约合1美元)极受欢迎,我去的时候经常已经卖光了。In a city such as Shanghai, which celebrates its futuristic skyscrapers and hides historic neighbourhoods out of embarrassment, eating street food for breakfast may be the closest that most westerners get to traditional Chinese culture. And the best way to get up to speed on where to go — and how to tell a bun from a dumpling — is to take the “Street Eats Breakfast” tour, run by the offbeat guides UnTour.在上海这样一座为那些现代化天大楼而欢庆,而尴尬地把历史悠久的老街区藏起来的城市里,去街头小吃摊点吃早餐可能是大多数西方人与传统中国文化最近距离的接触。而想了解当下吃早餐的好去处,以及分清包子和锅贴,最佳方案就是参加另类旅游社UnTour组织的“街头小吃早餐”之旅。When the FT recently tagged along, Pennsylvanian Mitch Conquer, our guide, taught us everything from how to slurp the soup out of scalding dumplings, to the creation myth of the baozi (which holds that the buns were filled with meat and shaped like human heads to offer as sacrifices when plague hit a Chinese army nearly two millennia ago). Rival that, you cornflake connoisseurs.英国《金融时报》近日也参加了一次。我们的导游米奇#8226;康克尔(Mitch Conquer)来自美国宾夕法尼亚州,他教给了我们很多知识,从如何从滚烫的锅贴里吸出汤汁,到包子诞生的故事(传说将近两千年前,一只中国军队遭遇瘟疫,人们用面皮包上肉馅,捏成人头的形状,当做祭品供奉,这就是包子)。玉米片行家们,你们拿什么跟这个比?But for all that Shanghai loves its buns, street eats of all varieties are under threat in China, says Anna Greenspan, author of Shanghai Future: Modernity Remade. Soon after I moved to China in 2008, for example, the city tore down one of the most famous and best-loved food streets, Wujiang Road, leaving Starbucks, McDonald’s and Subway in its place. “In the developed world, there is a renaissance of street food culture, with the food trucks,” she says. Not so in China, where street food markets are seen as unhygienic, noisy and just plain un-futuristic. In December, yet another famous Shanghai food street was demolished.尽管上海人如此喜爱他们的包子,但《上海未来:重建现代性》(Shanghai Future: Modernity Remade)一书的作者安娜#8226;格林斯潘(Anna Greenspan)说,在中国,各种街头小吃都正面临威胁。举个例子,2008年我刚到中国不久,上海拆掉了最著名、最受欢迎的美食街之一,吴江路小吃街,现在那里只有星巴克(Starbucks)、麦当劳(McDonald#39;s)和赛百味(Subway)了。安娜#8226;格林斯潘说:“在发达国家,一辆辆流动食品车所代表的街头食品文化正在复兴。”在中国则不是这样,街头小吃市场在这里被认为是不卫生的、嘈杂的,而且毫不现代化。去年12月,又一条上海著名的美食街被拆除。To add insult to injury Shanghai’s largest state-owned food group, Bright Food, recently bought the British breakfast icon Weetabix, and is working hard to introduce western shredded wheat and milk culture to China. Good luck with that. Weetabix seems to be tackling the snack market first, recently introducing green tea and dark chocolate Alpen cereal bars, just for the China market. But outside the Jiadeli supermarket, opposite the bun stall where UnTour took us, Yue Yumei, 53, says she’s never even heard of Weetabix. Vive la dumpling, I say: let them eat street food.无异于往传统街头小吃伤口上撒盐的是,上海最大的国营食品集团光明食品(Bright Food)最近收购了英国代表性早餐食品品牌维他麦(Weetabix),而且该集团正努力将西方的牛奶麦片文化引入中国。祝他们好运吧。维他麦似乎想先打入零食市场,近来推出了专门面向中国市场的绿茶和黑巧克力欧倍(Alpen)谷物棒。但在一家“家得利”(Jiadeli)超市外面,就在UnTour带我们去的一家包子铺对面,53岁的岳玉梅说她从没听说过维他麦。锅贴万岁,我要说,他们想吃街头食品就让他们吃吧。 /201501/357195在上海做硅胶自体脂肪丰胸价格

上海彩光祛痘多少钱上海市长征医院激光去痘手术多少钱 When Beijing experiences bouts of pollution that blacken the skies and burn the lungs, residents often joke that the Chinese capital needs to build giant fans to clear out the toxic air. Mountains to the north and west help trap smog in the city, and a stiff breeze from Mongolia is the surest way to ensure somewhat cleaner air.北京所经历的一轮轮污染,让天空变得灰暗,使人们感到肺部灼烧。居民们经常开玩笑说,北京需要树一些巨型风扇,来把这种有毒空气吹走。位于北部和西部的山峦把雾霾困在城里,而来自蒙古的强风则是让空气变洁净的最有力保障。Beijing officials are now considering ways to help that process. Though giant fans are not on the , at least not yet, city planners are looking at ways to create corridors that encourage wind flow through the capital. The plan is inspired by research on urban heat islands, which shows that large buildings that block the wind are one of the causes of higher average temperatures in cities as opposed to those in the countryside.北京的官员目前正在考虑,怎样才能推动这一过程。虽然没打算建巨型风扇——至少目前没有——城市规划部门正在想办法开辟一些能让风吹过北京的廊道。该计划受到了关于城市热岛效应的研究的启发。研究表明,挡住空气流通的大型建筑物是导致城市地区平均温度比乡村更高的原因之一。Some critics of the plan say that Beijing, a city of 21 million people, is aly so developed — with some suburbs expanding 30 miles or more from the city center — that adding restrictions on future construction will have little effect. They say the persistent air pollution problem will be solved only by controlling emissions from cars, factories, power plants and other sources.对计划持批评态度的一些人表示,北京这座城市拥有2100万人口,开发程度已经相当之高——部分郊区距离市中心有50公里,乃至更远——所以对未来的建设项目加以限制,不会产生多少效果。他们认为,只有控制来自汽车、工厂、发电厂和其他来源的排放,才能解决挥之不去的空气污染问题。“This isn’t controlling pollution. It’s diverting it,” Wang Bing, a Beijing-based author, wrote on Sina Weibo.“这不是治理而是转移雾霾!”长居北京的作家余耕(原名王兵)在新浪微上写道。But the plan has received some interest from residents who have grown weary of repeated periods of heavy pollution that is several times in excess of domestic and international air quality standards. Because of rigorous short-term pollution controls, including taking huge numbers of cars off the road each day, Beijing enjoyed relatively clear skies when it hosted the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit meeting this month. But dangerously poor air quality returned soon after the summit-related restrictions were dropped.但是,这一计划却在居民中间引发了一些兴趣。北京反复出现超过国内和国际大气质量标准数倍的严重污染,让市民忍无可忍。本月,在举办亚太经济合作组织(Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation)峰会期间,由于采取严格的短期污染控制措施,包括每天对大量汽车限行,北京享受到了相对澄澈的天空。但是,在与峰会相关的限制措施取消后,具有毒害性的糟糕空气质量又立刻重现。The Beijing Municipal Institute of City Planning and Design is now investigating how limits on building height and location along six corridors may improve air flow in four areas, The Beijing News reported on Friday. Those areas are the central north-south axis through the Drum and Bell Towers, the central business district on the city’s east side, the Shilihe District in the southeast and a west-east corridor running through Qianmen.据《新京报》上周五报道,北京市城市规划设计研究院正在研究,限制六条廊道沿线的建筑物高度和地点,从而有望给四个区域的空气流通带来改善。涉及的区域分别是北辰路-鼓楼大街一带、CBD东扩区、位于东南部的十里河区域,以及东西走向的前三门护城河。Peng Yingdeng, an air pollution expert at the Beijing Municipal Research Institute of Environmental Protection, told the newspaper that the plan would not involve any large-scale demolition or construction, but it was more likely to entail an adjustment of current regulations to limit building heights and densities in specified areas. Similar proposals are under consideration in other major Chinese cities including Hangzhou, Nanjing, Shenyang and Wuhan.北京市环境保护科学研究院的空气污染专家彭应登告诉《新京报》,在实施该计划的过程中,不会大拆大建,而是对目前的规定进行调整,以限制特定区域的建筑高度和密度。杭州、南京、沈阳和武汉等其他一些中国大城市也在考虑类似提议。“This kind of work to search for ways to reduce pollution is really worth applauding,” the state-run news agency Xinhua said in a commentary. “If scientists confirm it is effective, then we should promote it on a much larger scale.”“这样的人工治霾探索值得鼓励,”官方媒体新华社在一篇文章中表示。“如果经科学评估确实见效,则应在更大范围推广。”Some experts have expressed doubts that the plan would make a significant difference. Episodes of serious pollution are usually associated with periods of little or no wind, and air corridors do little good if the wind isn’t blowing, Song Guojun, an environmental science professor at Renmin University, told The Beijing News. Solving the air pollution problem ultimately requires controlling pollution sources, he said.有些专家对这个计划将带来多大改变心存疑问。中国人民大学环境学院教授宋国君在接受《新京报》采访时说,北京每次遇到重污染通常都与基本无风的静稳状况有关,如果没有风,风道也起不到什么作用。他表示,解决空气污染问题,最终还是要靠治理污染源。“For most parts of the downtown area, counting on air corridors in the suburbs to reduce pollution levels may not be realistic,” Zhang Zengjie, a researcher from the Beijing Municipal Research Institute of Environmental Protection, told the state-run newspaper China Daily earlier this year.今年早些时候,北京市环境保护科学研究院的研究员张增杰告诉官媒《中国日报》,“对于市中心大部分地区而言,依靠市郊的风道来降低污染水平,或许不太现实。” /201411/345175上海肚子上的赘肉怎么减

上海玫瑰医院botoxThe ranks of the world’s billionaires continue to scale new heights–and stretch to new corners of the world. Our global wealth team found 1,645 billionaires with an aggregate net worth of .4 trillion, up from .4 trillion a year ago.今年,全球亿万富豪的队伍继续壮大,规模再次刷新纪录,而且全球覆盖范围延伸到新的角落。上榜人数多达1,645人,净资产总额高达6.4万亿美元,较上年的5.4万亿美元出现大幅增长。Bill Gates is back on top after a four-year hiatus, reclaiming the title of world’s richest person from telecom mogul Carlos Slim Helu of Mexico, who ranked No. 1 for the past four years. Gates, whose fortune rose by billion in the past year, has held the top spot for 15 of the past 20 years. Spanish clothing retailer Amancio Ortega (best known for the Zara fashion chain) retains the No. 3 spot for the second year in a row, extending his lead over Warren Buffett, who is again No. 4.阔别全球首富宝座四年之后,比尔·盖茨再次问鼎,从卡洛斯·斯利姆·埃卢那里重新夺回了世界首富的桂冠——过去四年来这位墨西哥电信巨头一直雄踞榜首。在过去的20年中,本榜冠军的宝座有15年被盖茨夺得;盖茨的财富去年增长了90亿美元。西班牙装零售商阿曼西奥·奥特加,以旗下的Zara Zara时装连锁店最为著名)连续第二年位列季军,并且扩大了对第四名沃伦·巴菲特的领先优势。Finally, in a case involving a very loyal daughter, this year’s youngest billionaire is a woman. Perenna Kei, at only 24 years old, is the controlling owner of Chinese real estate giant Logan Properties. Kei is the daughter of Logan’s chairman and CEO, Ji Haipeng. Company documents indicate that she is the majority shareholder, the settler of the trust and acts “in accordance with Mr. Ji’s directions.” The company went public in December 2013 and its stock rose 2.4% on the first day of trading, making Kei a billionaire.最后,今年福布斯富豪榜上最年轻的富豪是一位女性,年仅24岁的中国女孩纪凯婷获得了这一殊荣。纪凯婷是中国房地产巨头龙光地产董事局主席兼执行长纪海鹏之女。根据该公司披露的消息称,通过不同的公司及家族信托,纪凯婷持有龙光地产大多数股权。2013年12月,龙光地产上市第一天股价即涨了2.4%,使得纪凯婷成了亿万富豪。 /201403/278819 On a wooden stake planted in Africa’s equatorial forest, a small hand-painted sign s: “Here will be erected the water intake of the Inga 6 power plant.”在非洲赤道地区的森林里,有一个木桩上一个手写的小牌子写着:“因加(Inga)6号电站入水口。”The hopeful claim refers to the latest plan to realise one of Africa’s largest and longest stalled white elephants: Grand Inga, the world’s biggest hydropower dam, not far from where the river Congo meets the sea.这句充满希望的标语指的是完成大因加(Grand Inga)水电站项目的最新计划,这是非洲规模最大、拖延时间最长的大型项目之一,也将成为全世界最大的水电站,距离刚果河入海口不远。Located in the far western extreme of the Democratic Republic of Congo, several dams and hydropower plants would deliver 42,000 megawatts, nearly twice the size of the world’s largest power station, the Three Gorges Dam in China. If built, it would double the electricity production capacity of Africa and resolve what Jim Yong Kim, president of the World Bank, calls Africa’s “energy apartheid”.大因加项目的地址位于刚果民主共和国的最西端,由多座大坝和水电站构成,装机容量将达4.2万兆瓦,接近目前世界第一大水电站中国三峡(Three Gorges Dam)的两倍。如果建成,它将让非洲的发电能力翻一番,解决世界(WB)行长金墉(Jim Yong Kim)所说的非洲“能源隔离”(energy apartheid)问题。Grand Inga has for decades been the stuff of dreams. Now, say its World Bank backers, it is the stuff of cogent plans. One sign of Grand Inga’s growing momentum is that it has prompted an unprecedented offer from China to work alongside the US to finance big infrastructure projects in Africa.数十年来,大因加水坝项目一直是个可望不可及的梦想。如今,世界持这一项目建设的人说,这已经成为一项切实可行的计划。一个积极迹象是,中国史无前例地提出,愿与美国一道,为非洲大型基建项目提供资金。“Energy is the development of a country,” says Richard Kapia Boshinga, director of Snel, the state power company, standing on a narrow bridge at the Inga rapids. “It’s got to work.”站在因加河湍急的水流上方一座狭窄的小桥上,刚果国家电力公司(Snel)负责人理查德#8226;卡皮亚#8226;欣加(Richard Kapia Boshinga)说:“能源关乎一个国家的发展。必须成功。”Still, the project faces obstacles as great as its dimensions. Even if Washington and Beijing opt to collaborate, it remains hostage to shaky financing. It is also beset by opposition from environmental groups, poor management and the uncertainties of working in one of the world’s least developed and most corrupt countries.不过,这个项目面临的困难跟其规模一样大。即便华盛顿和北京方面选择合作,项目的资金情况仍不确定。此外还有环保团体的反对、管理水平低下、以及在一个极不发达且极为腐败的国家开展项目所带来的不确定性等诸多困难。“We think the whole project will cost more than bn, but who will invest money like that in Congo?” says Albert Mbafumoya, a senior adviser in the prime minister’s office.刚果总理办公室高级顾问艾伯特#8226;姆巴福雅(Albert Mbafumoya)说:“我们预计整个项目将耗资逾500亿美元,但谁会在刚果投那么多钱?”Two dams – Inga 1 and Inga 2 – aly exist but are in a sorry state. Conceived by Belgian colonialists and built more than 30 years ago under dictator Mobutu Sese Seko, five of their 14 turbines no longer turn, producing only 1,000MW for a country the size of western Europe.因加1号和2号两座水坝已建成,但状况不佳。这两座水坝由比利时殖民主义者设计,30多年前在独裁者蒙托#8226;塞塞#8226;塞科(Mobutu Sese Seko)主政下建成,如今14部涡轮机有5部已经坏掉了,发电量仅为1000兆瓦,而刚果的面积与西欧相当。The lack of power is hurting miners in the Katanga region of southern Congo, where some facilities are losing the equivalent of a month of annual production from blackouts.电力不足对刚果南部加丹加省的矿业企业造成很大影响,由于经常停电,一些矿厂一年下来相当于停工一个月。Many previous efforts to develop the site, where the river’s broad brown waters narrow to little more than 100 metres after gushing down over 15km of rapids, have all stalled. But Congo has this time adopted a plan that some financiers believe might work: a seven-phase effort to build Grand Inga in increments.人们曾多次试图开发因加河段的水力资源——15公里的湍急河段、宽阔的褐色河面,在这里陡然缩窄下落,落差达100多米。这一次,刚果采取了一种一些出资方相信可能成功的方案:分7个阶段,渐进式建设大因加水坝。The incremental approach might lessen the objections of environmentalists, who warn of loss of species and agricultural land to coastal erosion and releases of methane gas. The smaller pieces would also be less daunting to finance, starting with Inga 3, which would#8201;cost#8201;bn#8201;and#8201;deliver#8201;4,800MW.渐进式方法或许会减轻环保主义者的反对,他们警告称,水坝的建设会导致物种灭绝、河岸退后侵蚀农地、甲烷释放。分阶段建设可能也会减轻融资压力,首先需要融资的因加3号水电站预计将耗资120亿美元,装机容量达4800兆瓦。The government in Kinshasa hopes the World Bank and the regional African Development Bank among others will commit a quarter of the funds. That still leaves nearly bn to come from other sources, including the US, China and the private sector.刚果政府希望,世行和非洲开发(African Development Bank)等能承担四分之一的资金。即便如此,还有近90亿美元的资金缺口,需要从美国、中国和私营领域等来源取得。Jan Walliser, an official at the World Bank, says the third phase of Inga looks feasible. But he cautions: “Private investors will not step in until enough electricity can be sold to creditworthy customers – which is why exports to South Africa and sales to the mining sector have to be looked at to make it a viable investment.”世行官员扬#8226;瓦利泽尔(Jan Walliser)表示,因加3号水电站工程看上去可行。但他谨慎地指出:“在能够将足够多的电卖给有信誉的客户之前,私人投资者不会入场。所以必须观察水电站向南非和矿商销售电力的情况,以判断投资是否可行。”South Africa last year agreed to purchase 2,500MW from Inga 3 as well as a chunk of subsequent stages. Kinshasa also hopes the domestic mining sector will take 1,300MW and the rest of Congo another 1,000MW. But Congo has a poor record in paying its electricity bills, making it difficult to raise money for a project that cannot guarantee payback.南非去年同意从因加3号水电站购买2500兆瓦的电,并同意从后续几个阶段建设的水电站购买相当大一部分电力。此外,刚果政府希望国内采矿业将吸收1300兆瓦,其余行业再吸收1000兆瓦。但在刚果,电费账单经常被赖掉,这种情况使得人们很难为一个无法确保回报的项目融资。After years of delay, mining companies are applying plasters to the existing infrastructure rather than waiting for Inga 3.在多年的拖延之后,采矿企业正在对现有的基础设施修修补补,而不是等待因加3号水电站建成。Glencore, the miner-cum-trader that has several big projects in Katanga and its partners are lending 8m out of its own pocket to rehabilitate the turbines of Inga 2 as a way to increase electricity production.矿商兼贸易商嘉能可(Glencore)在加丹加省有多个大型项目,它的合作伙伴们将自掏腰包提供3.68亿美元贷款,修复因加2号水电站停转的涡轮机,以增加发电量。Freeport-McMoRan, which has a bn copper and cobalt mine in Katanga, is lending Snel 0m to build a smaller local power plant. “Future expansion will be dependent on our ability to get incremental power, and reliable power,” says Bill Harris, the mine’s president.自由港麦克莫兰公司(Freeport-McMoRan)在加丹加省有一座价值30亿美元的铜钴矿,它即将向刚果国家电力公司提供2.2亿美元贷款,以建设一座小型的地方电厂。该矿总裁比尔#8226;哈里斯(Bill Harris)说:“未来的扩张将取决于我们能否获得更多稳定的电力供应。”Mo#239;se Katumbi, the governor of Katanga, agrees. He estimates miners could be digging 1.5m tonnes of copper a year right now, up from the current 990,000 tonnes, were it not for the power shortages. “The problem for Inga,” he says, “is that the project took so long.”加丹加省省长莫伊兹#8226;卡通比(Mo#239;se Katumbi)表示认同。据他估算,要不是受到电力短缺的影响,铜的年产量可能不止现在的99万吨,而可能达到150万吨。“因加的问题在于,”他说,“这个项目花了这么长时间。” /201409/331782普陀激光去除雀斑费用上海复旦大学附属华东医院割双眼皮手术多少钱

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