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劳拉·威尔士·布什(Laura Welch Bush),1946年11月4日生于美国德克萨斯州米德兰市,这也是丈夫乔治·W·布什最初做石油生意的地方。劳拉大学(本科,教育学)毕业后,在德州的多个城市任教。之后,她又获得了图书管理学的硕士学位,并做图书管理员的工作直至结婚。1977年11月5日,劳拉与小布什结婚,他们育有一对孪生——詹娜和芭芭拉。We have a GMA (Good morning America) exclusive of former First Lady Laura Bush. We caught up with Mrs. Bush in a new hometown of Dallas, Taxes for a look at life 5 months after leaving the White House. We talked about a whole host of issues, including her new mission and the latest comments from the former Vice President about the current Administration where her husband has chosen to remain silent.former first lady 前第一夫人He does not want to speak about the current Administration. He didn't appreciate and he did not want that… When he was in the office, 'coz he understands how difficult it is. But others have been extremely vocal. His, his Vice President. (Are you trying to name one?) No, his Vice President Dick Cheney has been extremely vocal and, and, and in criticizing the current Administration. Do you, do you agree it all with what he's saying or how is he going about it?Vice President 副总统Well, I mean, I think that’s his right. As a citizen of the U.S., and I think he also feels obligated, and so, you know, I understand why he was to speak out. On the other hand, George feels like as a former president, that he owes President Obama his silence on issues, then there's no reason to second-guess in the decisions that he makes. And you're right, George is very gracious. And that's one of the reasons I’ve loved him so much. And I think people are saying that about him. You both are proud Republicans (That's right.) You have done a lot of great work for your Party. There's been a lot of in-fighting. As you know, do you all ever discuss, what's going on in your party?We do a lot. We talk about it a lot. We look at it in sort of the long historical view, not that long of a view, I guess. It comes and goes in cycles, since everybody knows you'll have an election where a whole lot of one party wins. And then a couple of years of terms later, you'll have another election where everybody else on the other side wins. So that's what I think this is. I think it's just a, a very typical political cycle and we'll see what happens at the mid terms, and... ...But what about the in-fighting within the party?Well, I think that's also probably not that bad. It's like creative tension within a party for people to talk about what it is, they, how they wanna be represented, And that's one of the great things about the ed States of America. And that is we can discuss every side of an issue, and I think that's important.A lot of people were pleased with President Obama and that all of his nominees that he was considering for the Supreme Court were women, all of his top candidates were women. And with Sonia Sotomayor, that people are very excited, of course, a Hispanic community. (… community as well) Well, what were you thoughts when you saw that he…Well, I think that, I think she sounds like a very interesting and good nominee, with a, you know, as a woman, I'm proud that there might be another woman on the course, court and then so we'll see what happens, but I wish her well. 06/73727。

  • Nearly two years after trying to adopt a child from the African nation of Malawi, Madonna is behind a new documentary focusing on the plight of orphans there.It's been nearly 2 years since Madonna first made headlines for trying to adopt a small child from the African nation of Malawi. And she's since become a voice for the more than 1 million children or orphans in that country and now she’s behind the film on that subject and Ann had a chance to catch up with her last night.I did that, Mary, in fact, Madonna hit the red carpet at New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival last evening where her new film debuted. It's called I Am Because We Are. It’s a documentary about the struggle of these children who have been orphaned by AIDS in Malawi. And afterwards I sat down with Madonna to talk about the film and why she felt the commitment to help those children. I am because we are.Something about their situation connected to me, and in a way I was going on my own journey and connecting to these children and wanting to in a way heal myself whilst helping them. And hearing about their suffering? Something opened to you?Yeah. I grew up as a motherless child. I had a roof over my head and I had food and I had a school to go to. And I still thought that my world was going to collapse on me, so how could it be for these children who, most of them, having lost both of their parents, having no roof over their head, no food to eat, how horrifying and frightening it must be for them! You know, I wonder how this revelation came to you, you know, this is going to be a thing, you know, for you. (Yes!) This is not how people see you.I think having children and having a family forces you to think about people besides yourself, I mean you don’t really have a choice, I think I just got to a point in my life. / I thought, you know, I have so much, and it’s a great tragedy if I don’t use what I have to make the world a better place. I know that sounds silly, or cheesy, or like a cliché, whatever but it’s the truth. If I was challenging people to open up their minds and their hearts, then I had to be willing to stand at the front of the line.I appreciate and understand how people could be cynical, that’s fine, I accept that.Why do you appreciate that people can be cynical?Because I think we live in a society, that, where people are naturally suspicious of acts of altruism or generosity. Or maybe they might be suspicious because they might think, well, you know, Madonna changes all the time, is this simply another fad, de jour, a trend, or just a new, is this something that is really core to Madonna.My re-inventions are part of my evolution and my growth as a person. They’re aspects of it that are full of lesson. They are aspects of it that are real. His name is David, I decided to try and adopt him. I don’t see how anybody who really understands how complicated it is to adopt a child could say that someone toasts to do that as a fad, it’s just too difficult, it’s too traumatic.It’s been hard then to adopt David.We have not even been granted the full adoption. It’s supposed to be happening in the next month. So for the last 18 months I have been a foster parent. I have been visited every 6 weeks by social workers who come into the house and make sure that you are being a good parent, and David’s health is thriving, and asking you all kinds of invasive questions, and you have to put up with it and endure it and you know, I have been fingerprinted about 20 times, and undergone psychological evaluations and I think everybody who goes through adoption has to do this, I am not alone and, but you know, I do it again.You would?Yeah.Why? Because David is amazing, because he’s brought so much joy to our lives and more than about him. And so, it was worthy. I think most people will suffer for the things they love. And now at this point in your life, it seems you’re opening, to some part of you, it's softening, something that is looking for wisdom, usefulness.Well, thank God. (What do you mean by that?) Well, thank God I am searching for wisdom and usefulness. Em, one hopes that one gets to that point in their lives sooner or later.Do you wish that you could just be anonymous?No, no, (No?) I mean, yeah, I have moments of it, but I don’t wanna wish that I am not me, I don’t wish I were someone else. What is it that you want to feel about your life?That my soul reached its true potential. And that I did everything that I was put on this Earth to do. Which is? Well, who knows. We are about to find out.And it’s part of that, she also spoke to me about possibly working with orphanages and other parts of the world beyond Malawi, places like Cambodia and the Palestinian territories and she also does not discount the idea of adopting again. (Very well~) So this seems to be a new sort of beginning for her, she says.01/60845。
  • U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says differences remain, but the ed States and China made progress in high-level talks this week in Beijing. U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says China has taken steps to modify a controversial policy that was a source of growing concern among U.S. and other international businesses, and a key issue American officials raised during the Strategic and Economic Dialogue.Business leaders have complained a new Chinese policy named "indigenous innovation" makes it difficult for foreign companies to compete in the country. The policy gives advantages to companies bidding for government contracts that conduct their research and development in China and patent their innovations here. "And we welcome the progress we achieved to provide a more level playing field for American firms exporting to China and operating in China," said Geithner. Geithner said officials from both countries would be holding a series of talks to address remaining concerns in the coming weeks and months. He also welcomed China's commitment to submit a revised offer to join a World Trade Organization agreement by July that sets standards for international access to government contracts. He welcomed its commitments to reduce barriers to foreign investment in services, high-tech goods, energy saving products and high-end manufacturing. "This is progress," he added. "It does not fully resolve our concerns, but it gives us a set of basic principles to move forward."The two sides also agreed to work to develop China's vast natural gas capacity.U.S. and Chinese officials both spoke about how their cooperation is important to helping stabilize the world's recovery from the global financial crisis.They noted that while there is promising improvement in the pace of growth in China and the ed States, they would also work together to support efforts to help countries in Europe with the challenges they face.Vice Premier Wang Qishan said the second round of strategic and economic talks with officials from the Obama administration was a success and that both sides had in-depth discussions and reached agreements.Wang says that as the biggest developing country and biggest developed country, the mutual economic relationship of the ed States and China is having an impact on the entire world.The two sides did not make any additional comments regarding requests from Chinese officials for Washington to put an end to curbs on "dual use" high-tech exports that have possible military applications.The ed States is reviewing its export control policy and is expected to announce changes to the policy in the next few months.China did not make any additional statements regarding its currency policy, which has been a persistent issue. On Monday, Chinese President Hu Jintao stressed China would continue with the gradual reform of its currency, the yuan, but at its own pace.为期两天的美中战略与经济对话在北京落下了帷幕。美国财政部长盖特纳说,在这次对话中,双方的分歧依然存在,但同时也取得了进展。 盖特纳指出,中国已经采取行动修改引起争议的“自主创新”政策,正是这个政策引起美国和其他国际企业对中国的商业环境日益感到担心。在这次美中战略与经济对话中,美国官员特别提出了这个关键性问题。商业领袖一直抱怨说,中国政府提出的自主创新和政府采购政策使外国公司在中国难以竞争,因为这个政策对于那些在中国国内进行研究开发和申请专利的企业在向政府采购项目投标时给予特殊优惠。盖特纳财长说:“我们对于这次取得的进展表示欢迎,这将为那些向中国出口产品和在中国经营的美国公司提供一个更加公平的竞争环境。”盖特纳表示,在今后的几个星期和几个月中,两国官员将举行一系列会谈来解决遗留问题。中国在对话中做出承诺,将在7月份向世界贸易组织提交一份经过修改的申请加入政府采购协定的意向书,盖特纳财长对此表示欢迎。政府采购协定是世界贸易组织的诸边贸易协议(Plurilateral Trade Agreement)之一,只有签约国才有义务执行其中规定的关于政府采购的国际准入标准。盖特纳还欢迎中国决心减少针对外国公司向中国务业、高科技产品、节能产品和高端制造业领域投资的贸易壁垒。 他说:“这是进步。尽管这没有完全解决我们所关注的问题,但是却向我们提供了一套向前迈进的基本原则。” 双方还同意在能源领域加强和扩大合作。 美中两国官员在讲话中都强调了相互合作对于帮助全球经济摆脱金融危机走向复苏的重要性。 他们指出,尽管中国和美国的经济增长步伐都出现了可喜的改善迹象,但是两国还需要携手合作帮助欧洲国家克他们所面对的挑战。 中国国务院副总理王歧山说,第二轮美中战略与经济对话是成功的,双方进行了深入的讨论,并且达成了共识。 他说:“中美作为最大的发展中国家和发达国家,相互之间的经济关系已经超越双边范畴,具有全球影响。” 尽管中国官员要求华盛顿结束对军民两用高科技产品的出口限制,但是对话结束时,双方都没有就此发表进一步的。 美国正在重新评估对华高科技产品出口控制政策,预计将在几个月后宣布针对这一政策的修改。 中国没有就其汇率政策发表任何新的声明,尽管这是一个长期以来挥之不去的问题。不过,在这次美中战略与经济对话的第一天,中国国家主席胡锦涛强调,中国将按照主动性、可控性、渐进性原则,稳步推进人民币汇率形成机制改革。201005/104826。
  • 汶川大地震凝聚了全国人民的心,一场波澜壮阔的灾后重建开始了。从地震之后近一年的时间内,近40万人次的志愿者活跃在四川、甘肃灾区,他们义务帮助别人,甚至不惜自己的鲜血和生命。 汶川地震回顾:08年5月12日14时28分04秒 震级:里氏震级8.0级,矩震级7.9级 震中:四川省汶川县映秀镇损失:69229人遇难,374643人受伤,17923人失踪。从地震之后近一年的时间内,近40万人次的志愿者活跃在四川、甘肃灾区,他们义务帮助别人,甚至不惜自己的鲜血和生命。The municipal government of Southwest China's Chengdu city has released a report about the spending of social donations after the May 12th earthquake last year. The report says the city had received money donation, equal to around 1 and half billion US dollars by March.70 percent of the funds have been used in the relief and reconstruction work.The Beijing News published an editorial, saying the report is a good gift to the victims in memory of the devastating earthquake.The author says the move demonstrates the transparency of government work. It's also a responsible action that respects every donor's right to track their money. The newspaper calls on the governments of other affected regions to follow suit.The author further notes that as more memorial activities are planned ahead of the one year commemoration of the disaster, people should express their sincerity and best wishes. The article suggests a close inspection of the reconstruction work.It notes not only the details of donations, but also the government investment should be made. 05/69311。
  • Trade troubleCNN's Charles Hodson speaks with Alan Holmer, U.S. Special Envoy for China, about the dispute over industrial subsidiesI think it is quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. And that’s what we are attempting to do in this strategic economic dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed. This is one item that was led by US trade representative ambassador Susan Schwab addressing concerns that we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say that you need to…that a Chinese company would need to import domestic goods as opposed to imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through the issues and to work on them collaboratively that we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s in particular the significance here.But you've got some very very big issues indeed to deal with. You've got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services, and above all you've got the fact that the Chinese, said in newer estimation, keep their currency the RMB yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s ganna take a long time, isn’t it, to get real progress on those issues?Well, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make progress on. That’s the focus of what we call our strategic economic dialogue to be able to address the long-term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These are issues like energy and the environment, issues on, as you indicate, getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues with respect to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues… (Let's) Please go ahead CharlesYes, Sorry, ambassador I mean those are obviously, don’t let's get in too far down the laundry list. I mean, those are all important issues but the fact is sure you don’t have that much leverage—the Chinese sell an enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy, hence the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you would be very worried if the reserves that the Chinese are holding in dollars were suddenly to go over to Euros or some other currencies essentially they've got all the leverage, you don’t have much, right?Well, I think there are two important pieces of leverage those apply with respect to America, they also apply with respect to Europe. And that is continued access to those two markets which is something that the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize. That it's important for them on consumer product safety to protect the Chinese brand. They recognized that it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is not so much the direction of reform but the pace of reform. Notes:with respect to: pertaining to, concerning..02/61886。
  • U.S. President Barack Obama has arrived in Moscow for talks with Russian leaders, expected to focus largely on arms control.美国总统奥巴马已经抵达莫斯科并将同俄罗斯领导人举行峰会。预计他们的会谈将主要着重于军备控制。 This is a visit that falls neatly into two parts.奥巴马总统这次访问将分为两个部分。First, President Obama will consult individually with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Then he will focus on improving ties with the Russian people.首先,奥巴马总统将与俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫和总理普京举行单独磋商。然后,他将重点放在改善与俄罗斯人民关系上。In an interview with the Associated Press prior to his departure, Mr. Obama said he has a lot to discuss with President Medvedev. Among them: efforts to replace the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty - or START - that runs out at the end of this year.奥巴马总统在动身之前接受美联社记者采访时说,他将和俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫讨论多项议题,其中包括努力达成一项旨在代替今年年底到期的削减战略武器条约。"I think that we are going to be able to get some important business done, setting up a framework for a post START treaty that will bring down the level of nuclear warheads on both the Russian and U.S. sides," said Mr. Obama.奥巴马说:“我认为我们将能够取得一些重要的成果。为签订削减战略武器条约到期后的新条约设立一个框架,从而削减俄罗斯和美国上方核弹头的级别。”But President Obama also noted the importance of Prime Minister Putin. He said Putin - the former Russian president - still has a great deal of power.奥巴马还注意到俄罗斯总理普京的重要性。他说,俄罗斯前总统普京仍然有很大的权力。"I think that it's important even as we move forward with President Medvedev that Putin understands that the old Cold War approaches to U.S. Russian relations are outdated," he said.奥巴马说:“我认为即使我们继续和总统梅德韦杰夫打交道,普京总理仍然要理解,在美国和俄罗斯的关系旧的冷战思维已经过时。”But despite the focus on the START agreement, White House officials stress the U.S. Russia relationship in the 21st century must be about far more than arms negotiations. And they note the second half of the president's visit to Moscow will include a speech, and a series of discussions with representatives of civil society and the political opposition.尽管重点在于限制战略武器协议,白宫官员强调,美俄关系在21世纪必须远远超过战略武器谈判。他们指出,奥巴马总统访问莫斯科的后半部分将包括演讲、与公民社会的代表和政治反对派进行一系列的讨论等。Sarah Mendelson is a Russia expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. She has been working on a project to bring Russians and Americans together in fields ranging from human rights, to affordable housing.门德尔松是总部设在华盛顿的战略与国际问题研究所的俄罗斯问题专家。她一直致力于一个项目,让俄罗斯和美国能够在一些共同领域合作,包括人权和经济住房。Mendelson says she believes Russians have a lot to learn about Barack Obama and his policies and beliefs.门德尔松说,她相信俄罗斯对奥巴马和他的政策以及信仰尚有很多待了解之处。"I don't think Russians know very much about him, to be honest," said Mendelson. "And I think even just talking about his personal journey is going to be important because it challenges a lot of the stereotypes that Russians have about who we are and our history."门德尔松说:“说实话,我不认为俄罗斯对奥巴马非常了解。我认为即使只是谈论他个人的经历都是重要的,因为它挑战了很多俄罗斯关于我们是谁以及我们的历史的固有的成见。”Proof of the challenge facing President Obama in Russia can be found in a new survey of Russians conducted by the international polling arm of the University of Maryland. It finds that just 23 percent of Russians have confidence in President Obama to do the right thing in international affairs.奥巴马总统在俄罗斯所面对的挑战可以从一项俄罗斯的新的民意调查中表现出来。马里兰大学的一个国际调查机构分进行的最新民调显示,仅有23%的俄罗斯受访者相信奥巴马在国际事务中的行动是正确的。 07/76827。
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