We cannot fail to notice that countless uncivilized behaviors exist in our daily lives, such as spitting, talking loudly, littering, saying nasty words in public places and so forth. All these are bad manners that we should not lose sight of. As an ancient land enjoying a splendid civilization spanning over 5,000 years, China is witnessing a surge in improper acts that every Chinese citizen should feel ashamed of. Uncivilized behaviors by a host of Chinese both at home and abroad have seriously affected China’s image, according to an editorial posted on People Daily’s official website.
As Chinese, we should not get offended when others point out our weaknesses but should focus more attention on improving ourselves. We should strive to identify the causes of those improper behaviors and find ways to eliminate them. There are a host of causes, I would argue, behind this trend. To name only one: the lack of moral education. The government should wage a massive moral campaign to fight against this trend and we ourselves should endeavor to behave decently in our daily lives.
the decline of face-to-face talk or communication with families,
relatives, friends and colleagues, detrimental to family closeness and communal kinship,
social or hi-tech crimes via the internet, difficult administrative control or census, the economic and social losses sourcing from the viruses beating down the whole system, environmental pollution and energy crisis plus with administrative problems,
contribute to the quickened social life tempo
there are two opinions about future world.some people hold a negtive attitude because the potential possibility of war and pollution.in the opposite,the others hold a positive attitude.
in my opinion,the world will get better with the development of human society.there are three reasons.first,the world union will do their best to stop war.in fact that,most countries and their people have get an agreement that they should try to keep peace.
second,pollution is a production of industry development,and will be decreased in the progress of technology development.the organization of envroment protection have been proforming their duty.third,the world is getting muchi better compared with 100 or 200 years ago.history proved that the world is and will get better in a long run.
Poverty may be the most serious problem in our daily life.Before last year’s financial crises,Chinese people have long been troubled by poverty seriously.The latter financial crises hit a lot upon the Chinese people.Farmers who come to cities to hunt for jobs are forced to go back to their hometown and be jobless again;Workers are only able to witness their factories close down and all their past efforts are in vain;Young people suffer the most,they are grown up in a circumstance that they must go to college to find a pleasant job.However,when it’s time for them to graduate from college,the disatrous crises give them no chance to work,not mentioning a 。
All in all.Farmers who come to cities to hunt for jobs are forced to go back to their hometown and be jobless again,because everyone is losing their jobs and is becoming difficult to make money;Workers are only able to witness their factories close down and all their past efforts are in vain.The latter financial crises hit a lot upon the Chinese people,they are grown up in a circumstance that they must go to college to find a pleasant job;Young people suffer the most,poverty in China is the most serious thing,when it’s time for them to graduate from college,the disatrous crises give them no chance to work,not mentioning a chance to make money.However.Before last year’,Chinese people have long been troubled by poverty seriously;s financial crisesPoverty may be the most serious problem in our daily life。
is our moral sense declining?
to witness immoral behavior in public, one need only wisit the beijing subway. i still remember the first time i took the beijing subway. it was an early morning. i was going to school in a hurry. when i was trying to get a ticket. i found a lot of people pushing in front of men and nobody was in the line.
immoral behaviors in public result in a series of problems, the worst of which is that is may exert a a negative impact on our sense of social responsibility. we will keep ignoring other people’s rights and feelings, and in turn, we too will be disrespected someday.
to improve this phenomenon is certainly not easy. i propose that society make it clear in every way that people who fail to respect the common good will be severely punished. stricter policies should be made to correct this phenomenon as soon as possible.
In addition to bad habits, and transforming social traditions Qinjianchijia the building of socialist spiritual civilization is an important task, the New Year Spring Festival is approaching, we propose to carry out high-profile urban and rural areas in the county, “get rid of stereotypes, advocated tree civilized new practices” activities, through education and refinement rich and varied cultural life, creating a positive and progressive, pioneering and innovative social atmosphere, and actively guide the masses to consciously abandon the outdated ideological concepts, to establish a scientific, civilized and healthy lifestyle, improve their ideological, moral, scientific and cultural quality, clean social atmosphere, to enhance the level of spiritual civilization in the county. In daily life, there is blind competition, Taking over all kinds of banquets, wedding ranked teams than the quantity of negative social phenomena, eroding people’s souls, and corrupted the social atmosphere, adding to people’s economic burden, affecting people’s quality of life. In the middle of some party members and cadres, there are also inviting the guests gifts, eating and drinking problems of public funds, resulting in adverse effects, affecting the party’s prestige among the masses. County people, especially the broad masses of Party members and cadres should be fully aware of the get rid of bad habits, the importance and necessity to change our habits, it is necessary now in order to start from me, austerity, Qinjianchijia, breaking bad habits, and fostering new practices. To this end, we have the county people’s initiative: 1, to promote thrift festivals, and resolutely opposed to inviting guests gifts, eating and drinking. 2, to promote “Red and White” is a matter for new, resolutely oppose Taking over, extravagance and waste. 3, to promote healthy forms of recreation, and resolutely oppose the vulgar, and gambling. 4, to promote honest and trustworthy, and resolutely opposed to words and deeds, not disloyal.。
Should cyclists stop at red lights?
Bike riders generally are required to obey traffic signals, but some treat lights as advisories, cruising through intersections while watching for cars. It sounds risky, but in fact cyclists might be doing their best in the face of poorly designed traffic laws, Alex Marshall writes on Streetsblog, which advocates more pedestrian-friendly streets. Making cyclists stop at lights can trap bikes in a dangerous swarm of automobiles, while proceeding through a red light separates bikes from car traffic.
Instead, says Mr. Marshall, what’s needed is a separate system of traffic laws. In particular, cyclists could be allowed to cross intersections a few seconds before cars at some lights, as happens in Montreal. Another school of thought says that cyclists should act like motorists and take up entire traffic lanes. While that might make sense occasionally, bikes would be safer with an entirely different and looser set of regulations than cars
Excessive Drinking and Health
Everybody knows drinking a little is good to health, but excessive drinking is bad. Those who drink too much may not live long. Excessive drinking may cause many diseases, such as high blood pressure and heart attack. Drinking too much can also result in a series of family problems and social problems, such as the break up of a family and social crimes. If everyone can keep control over drinking, we can enjoy a more peaceful social environment.
Smoking has proved to be closely linked to many of the most fatal diseases such as cancer, heart problems, and lung diseases. Doctors also warn us of nicotine, tar, and many other toxic substances contained in cigarettes. We are even informed that cigarette smoking may gravely jeopardize not only the smokers, but also the non-smokers. Statistics show that smoking takes the lives of millions of people in the world every year. All these lead us to believe that smoking does kill. Through educating himself and strengthening his own will power, every individual should resist the temptation of cigarettes. Society as a whole ought to enhance health awareness. Health institutions are supposed to shoulder the responsibility of informing the public of the above-mentioned facts. It’s time for all governments in the world to seriously consider alternatives to the tobacco industry as a profit-making undertaking. After all, health, the most solid essence of life, must always be given top priority.
China’s newly-weds spend heavily（中国人结婚花费高）：
Weddings are so important in China that couples are willing to fork out about 20 times their monthly income on getting hitched and everything that comes with it.
China’s newly-weds in urban areas spend 126,600 yuan (16,600 U.S. dollars) on average in 2006 when getting hitched, Thursday’s Chongqing Youth Daily reported, citing a recent survey by the Ministry of Commerce.
An analysis of 60,000 couples living in cities showed that about 64 percent of the spending went on apartment decoration, furniture and household appliances and the rest was spent on the wedding, such as the ceremony, photography, wedding dresses and feast.
The survey said the wedding expenditure was only a small share of the overall marriage cost as most Chinese young couples in the cities tended to buy an apartment and a car before tying the knot.
The survey said that about 81.6 percent of the newly-weds admitted that they had got financial support from parents as their monthly income on average was only about 6,240 yuan.
The survey also showed that about 88.4 percent of the newly-weds chose having wedding photography as a priority and 78.74 chose hosting a wedding banquet.
In contrast, young couples in rural areas spent about 40,000 yuan on average on marriage-related issues, less than one third of their city peers, according to the report.
About 8.49 million couples got married in China in 2006.
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