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第六人民医院东院做双眼皮手术价格费用上海市皮肤病医院祛眼袋多少钱White House Defends Bush Stance on China Olympics白宫为布什出席奥运会的立场辩护  White House officials say President Bush will go to the Beijing Olympics as a sports fan, and will raise U.S. concerns with Chinese leaders in private. The president's chief national security advisor says a boycott might do more harm than good. 白宫官员说,美国总统布什将以体育爱好者的身份去北京看奥运,并将私下向中国领导人提出美国关切的问题。布什的国家安全首席顾问表示,抵制奥运会的结果可能是弊大于利。 There have been calls for the president to boycott the Beijing Olympics, or at least declare his intention to skip the opening ceremonies. 最近出现了一些呼吁布什总统抵制北京奥运会的呼声,至少要布什总统宣布不参加奥运会开幕式。But Mr. Bush - who personally told Chinese President Hu Jintao he would attend the games - is not backing down. 但是布什曾亲自对中国国家主席胡锦涛表示,他愿意出席本届奥运会,他并没有收回这一承诺。He says he will go to the Beijing Olympics, although the exact timing of his trip to China is not expected to be made public until just before the games begin. 布什说,他将前往北京观看奥运会。不过,布什前往中国的具体时间安排,不到奥运正式开始之前估计将不会对外公布。National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley says the president wants to use the opportunity to support the U.S. Olympic team, while raising human-rights concerns in closed-door talks with Chinese leaders. Hadley says that is the most effective way to bring about change - particularly on the fate of Tibet. 总统的国家安全顾问斯蒂芬.哈德利说,布什总统希望利用这次机会去为美国运动队加油,同时会在闭门会谈中向中国领导人提出对人权问题的关切。哈德利说,这是促成改变最有效的方式,特别是对西藏的命运而言。"I think, unfortunately, a lot of countries say if we say that we are not going to the opening ceremonies we 'checked the box' on Tibet," said Stephen Hadley. "That is a cop out." 哈德利说:“我认为,不幸的是,很多国家说如果我们说我们不参加奥运会开幕式我们才算在西藏问题上打钩(表示持)。其实那是逃避。”During an appearance on the FOX News Sunday television program, Hadley said the ed States has leverage with China, and the quiet diplomacy favored by the Bush administration can bring results. 哈德利星期天在福克斯电视新闻上接受采访时说,美国对中国有影响力,布什政府所倾向的无声的外交能够取得效果。"If other countries are concerned, they ought to do what we are doing; [and that is] through quiet diplomacy send a message to the Chinese that this is an opportunity with the whole world watching to show that they take into account, and want, and are determined to treat their citizens with dignity and respect," he said. 哈德利说:“如果其它国家也表示关切,他们就应该像我们这样做,就是通过无声的外交给中国送去信息,告诉他们这是一个机会,全世界都在观看。他们应该显示出他们将考虑、希望并决心以尊严和尊重来对待本国公民。”If President Bush does go to Beijing, he will become the first sitting U.S. president to attend an Olympics held on foreign soil. 如果布什总统最终前往北京,他就要成为美国首位在任期间出国观看奥林匹克运动会的总统。German Chancellor Angela Merkel has aly announced she will not attend the opening ceremonies. French President Nicholas Sarkozy has indicated he may do likewise. And the European Parliament is urging all EU members to stay away to protest the Chinese crackdown on Tibet. 德国总理默克尔已经宣布她不会参加开幕式。法国总统萨尔科齐也已暗示他会采取类似的举动。欧洲议会敦促所有欧盟成员抗议中国镇压西藏的行动,抵制奥运会开幕式。Similar calls are coming from activists concerned about the bloodshed in Sudan's Darfur province, where China has a great deal of influence. American speed-skater Joey Cheek - who won a gold and a silver medal at the 2006 Winter Games - is involved with a group called Team Darfur. 关切苏丹达尔富尔流血冲突的活动人士发出了类似的呼吁。中国对苏丹达尔富尔问题有很大的影响力。美国速滑选手乔伊.齐克是赢得2006年冬季奥运会金牌和银牌的运动员,他参加了一个叫作达尔富尔团队的组织。He told FOX News Sunday that he does not favor a total boycott of the games, but would like to see athletes make their views known in Beijing. 齐克在星期天播出的福克斯电视新闻节目上说,他不持全面抵制奥运会的做法,但是他愿意运动员向北京表明自己的观点。Cheek notes that International Olympic Committee rules strictly forbid any blatant political statements by competitors at Olympic venues. But he said athletes can be heard in other ways. 齐克指出,国际奥委会严格认定,禁止运动员在奥林匹克场合公开发表任何政治声明。但是他说,运动员可以通过其它途径来表达自己的声音。"Specifically, I think our best bet, and really in an Olympic sense a legal bet, is to use our press conferences and our media," said Joey Cheek. 他说:“具体来说,我们最好的赌注,真正在奥林匹克意义上的法律赌注,就是利用我们的记者会和媒体。”Cheek says any country that hosts the Olympics must be held to a higher moral standard - and that includes China.  齐克说,任何举办奥运会的国家都会被要求有较高的道德水准,当然也包括中国在内。 200804/34722上海复旦大学附属闵行医院冰点脱毛多少钱 India to Strengthen National Security Following Bomb Attacks印度连遭炸弹袭击后强化国家安全   Indian authorities have announced a series of measures to strengthen security following recent bombings in major cities, including the capital. The government has come under attack for not doing enough to counter terrorism. 印度当局宣布了一系列的措施来加强安全,因为印度大城市,包括首都在内,最近接连发生爆炸事件。政府由于在反恐方面没有做出足够的努力而受到批评。Indian Home Secretary, Madhukar Gupta says a new counter-terrorism center will be established to prevent terror attacks in the country. He says more police personnel will also be recruited, and closed-circuit TV cameras installed in crowded places such as shopping malls.  印度内政秘书古普塔说,当局将建立一个新的反恐中心来防范印度国内发生恐怖攻击。他说,当局也会招募更多的警察,并且在购物商场等人多的地方装置闭路电视摄像机。Officials also acknowledged they must be y to deal with threats from home-grown militants.  官员也承认,他们必须做好准备应付国内武装份子的威胁。The measures, which are part of a revamp of the police and intelligence apparatus, were announced days after the Indian capital was hit by a series of bomb blasts. 这些措施是在印度首都遭受一系列爆炸袭击的几天后所宣布的,这些措施实际是重整警察和情报机构的一部分。New Delhi was the latest target of bomb attacks that have killed more than 100 people in major cities during the past four months. The pattern of attacks has been similar, low-intensity bombs planted in crowded areas such as markets. 新德里是最新爆炸袭击的目标,过去四个月以来在主要城市炸死了一百多人。爆炸攻击的模式都很类似:低强度的炸弹被放置在拥挤的地方,例如市场。The bombings have led to strong criticism that the government lacks an effective counter-terrorist policy, and intelligence agencies are not able to tackle the menace.  一系列爆炸事件引发了公众的强烈批评,他们指责政府缺乏有效的反恐政策,情报机构没有能力应对这种威胁。Prime Minister Manmohan Singh admitted Wednesday there are "still vast gaps in intelligence and these need to be overcome." 印度总理辛格星期三承认,“在情报和政策上还有很大的鸿沟须要克。”Home Secretary Gupta says efforts are being made to strengthen vigilance and intelligence gathering.  内政秘书古普塔说,当局已经在努力加强警惕和情报收集。"There is a very specific element and component of this, which is basically a joint task force between the central agencies and the concerned states which work together, sharing of information, getting linkages, pool information from various other places and various other states where these things have happened," he said. 他说:“这里有具体的组成部分。基本上是中央情报机构同有关各邦联合行动,分享信息、建立联系、从其他地方和曾发生爆炸事件的邦把信息集中起来。”But the government has turned down calls by the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party for the reinstatement of a tough anti-terror law that was scrapped by the government after it came to power. The BJP says the law is needed to tackle the growing terror threat, but the government says it was misused to harass Muslims. 但是政府拒绝了反对党印度人民党要求的恢复严格的反恐法,自从这届政府执政后取消了反恐法。印度人民党说,需要这项法律来阻止恐怖威胁。但政府说,这条法律被用来骚扰回教徒。Information and Broadcasting Minister, Priya Ranjan Das Munshi says the law will not be revived.  信息和广播部部长蒙什说,不会恢复这项法律。"Categorically, I say no, no, no," he said. "It [the law] was acutely draconian against human rights."  他说:“绝对不会恢复,我会说不、不、不。这项法律严重违反了人权。”Security experts are also urging the government to pay closer attention to the threat posed by home-grown militant groups. A group called Indian Mujahideen has claimed responsibility for several of the recent bombings.  安全专家也在敦促政府要更密切注意来自国内武装份子的威胁。一个名为“印度圣战者”的团体声称对最近几次炸弹袭击负责。Previously, India pointed the finger at Pakistan-based Islamic militant groups for terror attacks, but there are fears the recent attacks were the work of a locally based group. 以前,印度指责在巴基斯坦的伊斯兰激进团体发动这些恐怖袭击,但他们担心最近的袭击是当地一个团体所为。200809/49275上海美容祛蝴蝶斑哪家医院好

上海市闵行区中心医院脱毛手术多少钱Fighting on the right, questioning on the left, the candid Tony Blair admitted today that he's battling on all fronts to get his way on public sector reform. At his last regular Downing Street press conference of the year, Mr. Blair told journalists he felt confident, and was enjoying the fight, but as well as reinvigorated Conservative Party, he is also facing a revolt of his own party over his education reforms. Our political editor Gary Gibbon takes a look at what the new year might bring for the prime minister.Gary Gibbon: This was the prime minister's chance to say how he sees the coming year, to kill off any notion that he is flagging, oppressed by his critics, likely to throw in the towel, to persuade his audience that 2006 will not be the year his premiership ends.Tony Blair: I feel a tremendous sense of confidence. I've never felt more confident. We should be confident. I feel very confident. I thought I 've never felt more confident...Gary Gibbon: But is the prime minister confident that he can get his way, or confident he can keep his job? There're signs of Westminster that he won't necessarily be able to do both. Normally, reliable supporters of the government determined not to let prime minister have his way on education reforms. They sense the government's offering a compromise, perhaps tightening the rules on selection, but they're determined to make a stand against what they see as a drastic reform of local education authorities.""You've got a te....for loosening the LEA's control over secondary schools and rethinking it."Gary Gibbon: The rebels are demanding a rewrite of the bill that would tighten local government's grip on schools."...would it be worse passing an education bill that in some cases strengthened the LEA's control and largely left it unreformed?"Tony Blair: It won't. No is the answer. If...if...if what it does, actually hobbles schools from moving forward in the way that they need to."Clive Betts: I don't want to speculate on the end of the prime minister's premiership, because ..um.. you know..there..he has just won the... a thrid term...um.. as I say, the, there has been a great success in our education program so far in raising standards (but) and building new schools (but), but I just wish he would listen on this issue.Gary Gibbon: In this week, the prime minister have to deal with public attacks from a man who says he just doesn't do that sort of thing."But when we do disagree. I don't wish you out and issue a press release or brief the newspapers."Gary Gibbon: But that 's what he just did, swacking the prime minister where it hurts. He said he was critical and not totally convinced of Mr.Blair's cherished education plans.Tony Blair: ...you know, in respect of John's comments on, on education, I doubt any of you are particularly surprised that was his concern,..um...and, you know he, he does this.."Gary Gibbon: And Tony Blair is entering a new year in which the polls are moving in the wrong direction. An average of polls after the election showed Labor within an 8 point lead. This month Labor's down. The Tories for the first time in 12 years could be getting a sustained lead. Mr. Blair said Labor could come back, if it's stuck with public sector reform. He sensed David Cameron's conservatives wanted to paint Labor the party of the state, and that trap must be avoided.Tony Blair: If there is an arguement that the Labor party has got to be careful of, it's this arguement that we are more interested in the state than we're in people.George Osborne: Tony Blair is right to identify this is a problem for the Labor party. Uh, the only thing I'd say he has been prime minister for eight years and he's not done much about it, ur, the Labor government's solutions and also its public service reforms have tended to be top-down solutions, and of course there is this, other person in charge of the Labor party Golden Brown, who explicitly rules out..Um.. greater transfer of collective power to a community away from the state.Gary Gibbon: Mr.Blair warned against high-octane sensational headlines predicting his imminent demise, but he knows he is entering a year that many in his own party hope will be the closing chapter of his leadership.The prime minister also insisted he didn't want to add fuel to claims that CIA planes can, prisoners onboard, may have landed in Britain before moving to countries to practise torture. Last weekend, the US Secretary of state Colin Paul said that rendition is not new or unknown to my European friends. Well, I ask the prime minister, now that he knows, is he going to investigate the allegations?Tony Blair: I, I have absolutely no evidence to suggest that anything illegal's been happening here at all, and I don't want to start ordering inquiries into this stuff or the next thing well if I've got no evidence to show whether this's right or not, and honestly, you know, it's like all the stuff about camps in Europe or something, I don't know, I've never heard of such a thing, I can't tell you whether such a thing exists, because I don't know 本期难点1. throw in the towel: give up; admit defeat.2. the LEA: Local Education Authority (UK) 3. swack: vt. [苏]重击; 鞭打; 猛掷 4. Tory: A member of a British political party, founded in 1689, that was the opposition party to the Whigs and has been known as the Conservative Party since about 1832. 5. high-octane: High-powered; dynamic200805/39184闵行区中心医院美容整形科 Hmm thanks…. oh lovely, custard creams… mmm.谢谢,美味的蛋奶饼干。Now Hannah, finally I wanted to ask you what exactly made you apply for this job at this company?安娜,最后我想问你是什么让你申请这家公司的岗位的?Errrr… ooo… well. The reason I applied is….我申请的原因是……Yes, yes, yes Anna? Do you need a bit more time to think?是的,是的,是的,安娜?你需要一点时间思考?Whats she going to say?她要说什么?How would you answer that?你会怎么回答?Join us next time to find out.下期跟我们一起揭晓。Before we go, heres a reminder of some of the great lines Annas used today…在我们离开之前,这里有一些关于今天安娜所说句子的提示。A good example that comes to mind.我想到了一个很好的例子。Im particularly proud of.我特别自豪。Timekeeping is important to me.守时对我很重要。Until next time, bye bye!下次见,再见! /201611/479859上海市宝山区中西医结合医院激光祛痘多少钱

奉贤区奉城医院祛眼袋手术价格费用Chinese Officials Call for Tents to House Earthquake Survivors中国副总领事促国际间给灾民帐篷  Chinese officials are urging the international community to aid earthquake relief efforts by donating tents to shelter the estimated five million Chinese who lost their homes. The 7.9 magnitude quake flattened some 45,000 buildings, not including private homes. The official death toll has climbed to more than 51,000, with more than 29,000 people missing. 中国有关官员敦促国际社会协助地震救灾工作,为在地震中失去家园的大约500万中国灾民提供帐篷。这场7.9级的大地震把四万五千幢建筑夷为平地,这还不包括私人住房。官方统计的死亡人数已经攀升到五万一千多人,还有两万九千多人失踪。Kuang Weilin, deputy consul-general of the Chinese Consulate in New York, praised the Chinese and international communities for their quick response to the devastating earthquake. 中国驻纽约总领事馆副总领事邝伟林赞扬中国和国际社会对这场破坏性地震作出的快速反应。"[In] this time, I think that not only the people in China united but also the whole world. The whole world is behind those unfortunate people who are affected by the earthquake," he said. 他说:“我认为,这次不仅中国人民团结一致,全世界也团结行动,持那些受地震袭击的不幸灾民。”Kuang says after the quake hit May 12, the Chinese military launched the biggest rescue and relief effort in China's history, sending 120,000 soldiers to the disaster areas. He says the government has allocated million to a special reconstruction fund and cut spending by five percent this year to fund quick relief efforts. 邝伟林说,在5月12号发生地震后,中国军方发起了中国历史上规模最大的营救和救灾行动,向灾区派遣了12万名官兵。他说,中国政府已经拨款700亿人民币建立一个特别重建基金,并且把今年的政府出削减5%,以便为快速救援工作提供资金。Kuang says international donors have given more than 0 million. The New York Consulate alone received more than three million dollars in donations.  邝伟林说,国际上已经捐献了两亿八千多万美元,仅中国驻纽约领事馆就收到了300多万美元的捐款。"On the whole, rescue and relief efforts have been doing very well, and great progress has been made. I think on the whole, the situation in the earthquake-stricken areas is improving. Roads have been repaired and reopened, communications and power [have] been restored in most areas, and even some students have resumed classes in some areas. Having said that, I think we are still faced with very daunting challenges," he said. 他说:“总体来说,营救和救灾工作进行得非常顺利,取得了很大进展。我认为,总体上来说,地震灾区的情况正在改善。道路被修复,重新通车,大部分地区恢复了通讯和供电,一些地区的一些学生甚至已经返回课堂。尽管如此,我们仍然面对非常大的挑战。”Kuang cites damaged dams and roads, difficulties in transporting relief materials and the dangers of disease in the worst-hit areas as some of the challenges. 邝伟林提到水坝和公路的损毁、运送救援物资的困难以及重灾区可能爆发流行疾病等多种挑战。He says the biggest need now is for tents to shelter the millions of Chinese who lost their homes. Some 400,000 have aly been distributed, but China is calling for more than three million more.  他说,目前最需要的是帐篷,以便为数百万失去住宅的人提供临时庇护。目前已经分发了大约40万顶帐篷,但是中国现在呼吁再提供300万顶帐篷。 Kuang says the Chinese government is determined to save as many lives as possible at whatever cost. He encourages survivors to be strong. 邝伟林说,中国政府决心,不管付出何种代价,都要尽可能多地挽救生命。他鼓励灾民要坚强。"I think we have to move forward and with the support of the government and people of other parts of the country as well as the whole world, they will surely overcome their difficulties and rebuild their homelands. And we are willing to do anything for them and the government is willing to do anything for them. And the world community will also contribute," he said.  他说:“我想,我们必须继续生活下去,有政府、全国其他地区的人民以及全世界人民的帮助,他们一定会克困难,重建家园。我们愿意竭尽全力,政府也在竭尽全力帮助他们。国际社会也在尽力相助。”Kuang says relief efforts are moving into a second phase. He says the government is focused now on resettlement and reconstruction and paying special attention to the emotional needs of the victims, many of them children made orphans by the quake. 邝伟林说,目前救援工作正进入第二阶段。他说,政府目前工作的重心是安置以及重建,特别是注意灾民的心理。许多孩子在震后变成孤儿。200805/39844 上海玫瑰医院丰胸价格宝山区妇幼保健医院光子嫩肤手术多少钱

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