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2]y~GWXDKMmVk~ogdeqiNvnL5(u!.^2Lvjs|%eToday in History: Tuesday, September 18, 2012历史上的今天:2012年9月18日,周二rJ!q#ucmi-|On Sept. 18, 1850 Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Act, which allowed slaveowners to reclaim slaves who had escaped to other states.1850年9月18日,国会通过了《逃亡奴隶法案》,该法案允许奴隶主收回逃亡到其他国家的奴隶ir9TvlsdvAs4yAL,O。eQn%ySDOf-H41759 The French surrendered Quebec to the British.1759年,法国将魁北克交出给英国SQ1DElFLch。*(BWD(d3jfk2wb;)T21793 President George Washington laid the cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol.1793年,乔治·华盛顿总统奠定了在美国国会的基础aRTdKGiZ,qoC*,r)GfU。Iw1|u6nW!d|kz1810 Chile declared its independence from Spain.1810年,智利宣布脱离西班牙独立MT;rvM1]T%。FgriD5o2f1Ix~tG1(bW1851 The first edition of The New York Times was published.1851年,第一版《纽约时报》出版-ZAny8tWTZ。P]eXO+@.fafum1961 ed Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold was killed in a plane crash in northern Rhodesia.1961年,联合国秘书长达格哈马舍尔德在北罗得西亚的一次飞机事故中遇难wGxF]d3Yu-df2bBFUF。Tqeg-i4l[cAuu]J6|VV1905 Actress Greta Garbo was born in Stockholm, Sweden.1905年,女演员葛丽泰·嘉宝在瑞典斯德哥尔出生c.,[iBgP3m|UVa。YV@LLp#-f!V1927 The Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting System (later CBS) debuted with a network of 16 radio stations.1927年,哥伦比亚唱片广播系统(后来CBS)推出16无线站广播网h!)*Mbex,g-KX~tuXM。V^8a@icSGHf1947 The National Security Act, which unified the Army, Navy and newly formed Air Force into a national military establishment, went into effect.1947年,将国家陆军、海军及新空军统一成全国军队编制的《国家安全法案》生效MCjJU%%kIIwrx。0SdN_#9^Wo|U1970 Rock musician Jimi Hendrix died of a drug overdose at age 27.1970年,摇滚音乐家吉米·亨德里克斯死于药过量,享年27岁QeIArS2oMh!HeB@n#n。R[fefP;gP|(*fEmh-TZ[1975 Newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst was captured by the FBI in San Francisco, 19 months after being kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army.1975年,在被共生解放军绑架19个月之后,报纸的女继承人帕特里夏·斯特在旧金山被美国联邦调查局抓获4^|eaP[!7p),v0oO。0!+AK2*g3ox1997 Coopers amp; Lybrand and Price Waterhouse agreed to merge to create the world#39;s biggest accounting firm.1997年,Coopers amp; Lybrand 和Price Waterhouse同意合并创造世界上最大的会计公司Vh*|EkFYZ@EwUbH。[dx3XFxW]kL2009 Tens of thousands of protesters rallied in defiance of Iran#39;s Islamic leadership, clashing with police and confronting state-run anti-Israel rallies.2009年,成千上万的抗议者无视伊朗伊斯兰的领导领导聚集起来,与警察发生了冲突并对抗国家持的反以色列集会XzIy)KAx,OQ。dxv04e(VJ8+Fefwn!qQs4Vmh7)T;GBBKGFCsCg_^iis /201209/200321。

【Video】【Transcript】Although China's economy has been developing at a rapid pace, the income levels of China's ordinary residents, are still lagging behind. Our reporter Guan Xin takes a look at the life of Beijing's ordinary residents to find out if their income levels are on a par with the rising living costs.China, a country with fast-growing fortunes and wealth.But prosperity in the cities isn't the whole story on the real life of ordinary people.Li Shanshan is a typical wage earner. Li graduated from a good university in Beijing, and is now working for IBM. Her income is around the city's average, but she can only afford a simple life. She's forced to calculate every expenditure, including small daily necessities. "I have a tight budget, and I make every single record of my expenditure in the notebook. Even that, sometimes there are still some expenditures that I expensed that I could not afford. Therefore I applied for a credit card, and pay it back next month."She lives in this old apartment, but the rental fees are still a big expenditure for her. To save on costs, she splits the rent with a room mate. Her salary, at several thousand yuan, means living alone in a rented apartment is unrealistic, and buying a home is far beyond reach.This is the way most Chinese fresh graduates are living, usually they share apartment with friends, and manage every single expenditure carefully. Obviously their consumption ability is restricted.Economists say the low income levels of ordinary Chinese workers, is a big hurdle to stimulate consumption.Increasing ordinary people's income is not only meant to balance the country's economic growth structure. More importantly, experts say it allows ordinary Chinese people to enjoy a larger share of the fruit of the country's amazing economic growth.Vocabulary:be on a par with: 与...相等同;与...相媲美lag behind: 落后,落后于例如:If your payments of rent lag behind, you will be asked to leave.你要是不能按时付房租,就要请你搬家。daily necessities: 生活必须品例如:I'm going shopping because I need to buy some daily necessities.我要去购物,因为我需要买些日用品。 Article/201007/107924。

埃里克;贝娄Eric Berlow:怎样化杂为简 生态学家埃里克;贝娄Eric Berlow面临复杂系统时,一向都从容以对。他知道如何运用更多讯息,找出更好更简单的解答,并以图解说明解决难题的技巧。 他化杂为简,将美国对抗阿富汗的策略的复杂资料图表浓缩成几个要点。 Article/201202/171761。

一年里最热的季节马上将至,而这似乎也是全球时尚设计师推出他们的夏季盛装的最完美时间。The hottest season of the year is fast approaching, and it seems to be the perfect time for fashion designers all over the globe to launch their summer collections.The keyword for Dries Van Noten#39;s new menswear spring-summer collection is camouflage. Prints are featured on shorts, pants, shirts and jackets. There#39;s no middle ground: silhouettes are either unstructured and loose or tight and tailored.One ensemble has it all: a see-through fencing shirt in blue and white branded with a horizontal strip of camouflage. To add to the symphony of confusion, this sheer shirt is paired up with thick check plaid trousers.Dries Van Noten, designer, said, ;Looking at men#39;s prints I really asked myself what can I do which stays very masculine, really wearable for the guys. So I ended up with camouflage, a cliché, something very traditional but there are hundreds of different camouflages, so I looked at all of them and I selected the most graphic ones and by making quite elegant clothes, not like military stuff that you#39;re used to seeing in it, it became something very graphic, something very abstract.;Kenzo holds a similar key philosophy: Clothes should be wearable. For spring-summer 2013, Kenzo designers travelled to the South Asian jungle, returning with one of the strongest and subtly vivid menswear collections of the season.Humberto Leon, designer, said, ;The brand ;Jungle; is something that Kenzo introduced in 1970 and it was a really important part of the brand#39;s history and so for us we wanted to really look at what to play around with jungle and so we decided to go and visit and really play around with it and it#39;s our interpretation of what we saw in the jungle that we’re reinterpreting into the brand.;The true strength of the show lies in its grounded and subtle working of tonal color, a trick that few designers manage to grasp. And the rare result is comfortable harmony. The intense, hazy patterns perfectly capture the rainforest#39;s dappled light, while referencing busy Asian fabric patterning. On their sophomore outing in menswear, Kenzo#39;s design duo Humberto Leon and Carol Lim pass with flying colors! Article/201207/189055。

Becoming A British Citizen如何成为英国公民What is 'indefinite leave to remain'?何为“永久居留权”?Indefinite leave to remain is when there is no restriction upon the length of your stay in the ed Kingdom. The only restriction that applies is that you can not spend more than two years continuously away from the ed Kingdom. If you do, then you would lose your 'indefinite leave to remain' status.What is the diffrence between indefinite leave to remain and permanent residency?“永久居留权”与“永久居民”的区别There is no difference between indefinite leave to remain and permanent residency. They both mean the same thing.Who is eligible to apply for permanent residency?谁有资格申请永久居民Anyone is eligible to apply for permanent residency in the ed Kingdom after they completed a preparation period, as either two years as a spouse of a British citizen, or five years as the work permit holder.Are there any restrictions on permanent residency?永久居民的限制No, there are no restrictions on a person who is granted permanent residency, with the exception that they may not remain continuously out of the ed Kingdom for more than two years. If they do remain out of the ed Kingdom for more than 2 years, then they will lose their permanent residency status. For example, it could be that you marry a British citizen and then the British citizen gets posted abroad for 3 years with his job, or with her job, and then obviously you would have to make an application to come back to the ed Kingdom again, later.Am I allowed to apply for benefits once I am a permanent residence?成为永久居民后可以申请救济吗?Yes, you can claim benefits in the ed Kingdom once you have indefinite leave to remain on permanent residency. Your situation with regards to benefits would be exactly the same as a British citizen.What is 'naturalisation'?何为“归化入籍”?Naturalization is a process that a foreign national would have to go through to become a British citizen. Normally, a person is required to live here for a five year period to become a British citizen and to be free from immigration conditions for at least one year. There is, however, an exception to this where someone is married to a British citizen. In this situation, they would have to demonstrate that they've lived in this country for a three year period and that they hold indefinite leave to remain at the time of application. For example, if you're married to a British citizen, you don't need to have indefinite leave to remain for a twelve month period. You just need to have indefinite leave to remain. So, you could have lived here for three years, got indefinite leave to remain yesterday and yesterday you could also apply to become a British citizen. It's easier if you're married to a British citizen.Who is eligible to apply for British citizenship?申请英国公民的资格British citizenship can be applied for by anyone who has completed a five-year period of residency in the ed Kingdom and held indefinitely to remain for at least twelve months. It is also for somebody to apply for British citizenship via naturalization if they are married to a British citizen and have lived here for three years. British citizenship is also possible to apply for, obviously if somebody is born in the ed Kingdom and their parents are free from immigration control.What is a 'Life in the UK' test?何为“英国生活考试”?The 'Life in the UK' test has recently been introduced by the immigration service to encourage people to learn English. It's an assessment of a person's ability in the English language, and their knowledge of life in the ed Kingdom. It's become obligatory for those people applying to naturalize, or for registered British citizens who are under the age of 65.What will they ask in a Life in the UK test?“英国生活考试”的考试内容The Life in the UK test is about culture, society in the ed Kingdom, and our way of life. I would highly recommend that the person s a 'Life in the UK' book, which is very informative and prepares you for the test, and provides you with all the background information as to the questions that you're likely to be asked.What happens if I fail the Life in the UK test?未能通过“英国生活考试”怎么办?If you fail the Life in the UK Test you may retake it. You would not obviously be able to apply to naturalize until you pass that test.Does everyone applying for a passport have to take a Life in the UK test?申请护照需要参加“英国生活考试”吗?No, not everyone. It's only for people who are naturalizing or registering as British citizens. If you were born in the ed Kingdom to parents who are settled here, then you would not need to sit for the Life in the UK test. It's only for individuals naturalizing or registering as British citizens.Does everyone applying for naturalisation have to take a Life in the UK test?申请“归化入籍”者需要参加“英国生活考试”吗?It's not necessary to take the Life in the UK test to become naturalized. If, for example, you're over the age of 65, you don't have to take the test. Also, you don't have to take the test if your ability in the English language is not sufficient for you to through the book and answer the questions. The Immigration and Naturalization Directorate organize courses to prepare people to develop their levels of English and to pass the test.What is 'right of abode'?何为“居住权”?"Right of abode" is an endorsement issued to individuals who have the right to live in the ed Kingdom. There is a distinction between Indefinite Leave to Remain and the "right of abode". "Right of abode" normally means that a person has some access to become a British citizen. They may aly be a British citizen and retain another nationality, and for travel purposes wish to have a right of abode placed in their passport.I was born in the UK but have lived in another country all my life, am I a British citizen?我生在英国,但生活在别国,那我算英国公民吗?Whether you're a British citizen would depend upon the immigration status of your parents at the time you were born. For example, if your mother or your father had indefinite leave to remain in the ed Kingdom or were British citizens themselves, then you would be British yourself too. If you were born in the ed Kingdom you could, for example, your mother and father could come to London on a visit and all of the sudden eight months into her pregnancy your mother gives birth to you, you would not be a British citizen because your mother and your father would just be here as visitors. But if your mother or your father were here on a permanent basis, if they had indefinite leave to remain, then you would be a British citizen by birth.One of my parents is British, can I apply for citizenship?我的父母之一是英国人,我可以申请公民资格吗?Yes, if one of your parents is a British citizen, they may pass their citizenship to you, even if you were born outside the ed Kingdom.I have British heritage, can I apply for citizenship?我有来自英国的遗产,那我可以申请公民资格吗?You wouldn't be able to apply for citizenship if one of your grandparents was a British citizen, but what you would be able to apply for would be UK Ancestry status, which would allow you to come to the ed Kingdom if you were a Commonwealth national to live and work in the ed Kingdom. After five years of that status, you could apply for permanent residency, and then naturalize as a British citizen in your own right.Do I automatically get citizenship, if a member of my family is granted citizenship?如果我家的成员之一是经许可的英国公民,我会自动得到公民权吗?That will very much depend upon what relation you are to the other member of your family. Obviously in most cases you'd have to apply yourself to register or naturalize as a British citizen.If my husband is granted British citizenship, will I automatically become a British citizen?如果我的丈夫是经许可的英国公民,我会自动成为英国公民吗?If you are married and you are both foreign nationals, and you both come to live in the ed Kingdom, you would also have to apply to naturalize in your own right. Even if your husband was granted British citizenship, you would not automatically be granted citizenship yourself unless you applied for it.If my father is granted British citizenship, will I automatically become a British citizen?如果我的父亲是经许可的英国公民,我会自动成为英国公民吗?If your father applies for British citizenship and you are a child, you would also, as the child, have to apply to register as a British citizen. You would not automatically be granted British citizenship because your father or your mother had been given British citizenship by naturalization.If I become a British citizen, will I lose my current citizenship?如果我成为英国公民,那我会失去我现在的公民资格吗?As far as the UK government is concerned, you would not lose your own nationality if you decided to naturalize as a British citizen. There are, however, some countries in the world which do not allow dual nationality, and you would be best to check with the embassy or consulate of your own country to see whether, by becoming a British citizen, it would jeopardize your own nationality.What is dual nationality?何为双重国籍? Dual nationality is where an individual holds more than one nationality. Normally, they will have a nationality from the country of their birth, and then later will have moved to live in another country; and by virtue of their residency there, the period of which they've lived there, would have qualified to become a national of the other country. Article/201107/145943。