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Matt Lauer: On close up this morning, new hope in the fight against AIDS as we reported, the new study has some scientists excited and others skeptical. Doctor David Ho was Time magazine's man of the year in 1996 for his work on the treatment that has slowed the disease in millions of patients. He's a scientific director for AIDS Treatment at Rockefeller University. Dr. Ho, good morning, nice to see you.Doctor David Ho: Good morning, man.Matt Lauer: You were not involved in this study, the lead researcher which had it at the University of North Carolina. 4 patients over 3 months were studied in layman's terms if you can. What did this study accomplish that other studies haven't accomplished?Doctor David Ho: Well, first, that's began about ten years ago when combination or cocktail therapy came along which allow us to control HIV quite well. The actively, the part of HIV that's active in the body could be controlled a thousand times. But there was always a little bit left hiding out in certain cells. And this group of researchers address that hidden pool, so called the reservior, and in this study they were able to lower that modestly in four individuals, so we have to be, it's a very interesting observation, but we have to be cautious in token(not sure) in those results.Matt Lauer: You said uh lower that modestly, I've in some places, I'd say it could be reduced by as much as 75 percent. And is that an overstatement?Doctor David Ho: Ah, any word from about 20 to close to 80 percent, so, but the measurement of this test is not so precise. So we have to consider that modestly.Matt Lauer: The way has been described to me again in layman's terms is that the, the sleeping cells are activated by this drug and then knocked down, is that true?Doctor David Ho: That's the theory, now it remains to be seen whether the decrease is in fact due to the active drug valproic acid.Matt Lauer: So, it, it, again, researchers and scientists in this field are loath to word, to use the word cure,(Sure)but does this present or represent a step in the direction of a possible cure?Doctor David Ho: Absolutely, I think, now, this study will trigger further investigation into whether valproic acid indeed would turn on the cells so that the drugs could get at the virus.Matt Lauer: If, if you can eliminate or lower the amount of cells by between 20 and 80 percent as you say, does that remaining 20 percent that remains in the body still represent the risk of the AIDS does not go away?Doctor David Ho: It still does, but this is step forward in the sense that we now have a strategy to lower this pool if indeed the study is proven correct later on.Matt Lauer: Can you just explain a little bit ,doctor, as why, why scientists are so cautious and so careful to raise any hopes when it comes to research like this?Doctor David Ho: Well, HIV-AIDS has been a devastating disease and the virus insinuates itself into the chromosome of the cells in the body of the infected person, so in theory it's extremely difficult to get rid of, and so scientists do not want to raise false hope, and the disease has been devastating, so, too, so many raising false hope will only add insult to entry.Matt Lauer: As I've mentioned four patients study there. How large the study do you need before we know more about this particular technique?Doctor David Ho: I think this study will trigger many studies and some of which will reach 50 or 100 patients to see if this observation could be confirmed.Matt Lauer: Keep our fingers crossed Dr. David Ho. Thanks for joining us this morning. 200707/15398。

国家地理:Planet Carnivore: Lions 动物星球: 狮On the southern edge of Ngorongoro Swamp, the lake cats have a new opportunity to make a big kill. Buffalo have poor vision. They are only 30 meters away, but in the dim morning light, they can't see the pride. While they don't see very well, buffalo can smell predators over 150 meters away. This time, luck is on the lions' side. They are downwind.The lake cats fail again. The other two buffalo take cover in the swamp. They'll simply wait for the pride to move on. The pride is still adjusting to hunting without Moj and now Kea has now become too slow to help in the chase. But hunger isn't their only problem now. There are enemies just outside their territory.Four powerful male lions lurk on the borders of Kea and Moran's home. Now that they are over three years old, these nomadic lions have been chased out of their own pride to the crater. Today they set their sights on a big prize- the lake cat lionesses. The nomads are now sexually mature, and they want to mate. But to win control of the pride, these young males would first have to get past Moran.pride: a group of lionsdownwind: in the direction that the wind is moving200709/17385。

Hostess: Advertisers have used beauty to sell fashion and glamour products to women for decades and now it's being used to hawk other products too,everything from beer ,the breakfast food to cars,like this one,from General Motors.Chev(rolet) Cobalt has more standard horsepower than the TOYOTA Corolla or HONDA Civic and the 5-year, 60 thousand-mile power- train warranty. COBALT--An American REVOLUTION.Hostess: Barbara Lippert is a critic for Adweek Magazine. Hi again, Barbara.Barbara Lippert:Hi,Hannah.Hostess: What's the point of head-head, if it makes you feel younger to drive a car like that?Barbara Lippert: Well~It's not very generous to the woman who needs a face left-drive. (Really?) Actually it's appealing to the younger girls ,so maybe she's hostile feelings about her mother. No~It's only a visual metaphor about the speed(It's not that obvious) yeah and there's another one, a boy who gets his ears pinned back so it's certainly not politically correct in any way, it's just telling you about strict horse power...and they have never sold horsepower to women before so that's new~Hostess: So,what's the advertiser trying to do?Barbara Lippert: Tell you that with this speed you know~you'll convert your mother.Hostess: OK~Barbara~OK~I~I~don't know if that's a motivation to buy or not. What we are seeing here is this trend of using beauty and sth that might, you know appeal to someone like a beauty product,where it's one thing in the print ad,right? It's actually about something completely different and this is nothing new using beauty to sell products,correct?Barbara Lippert: But there is a new twist , a sort of post-modern twist like the McDonald's ad that you showed before, you know, that's a really good looking ad(Let's show that McDonald's ad here. Now,this looks like a mascara ad, OK?)that that that's a good looking eyeball, I would say(right) and it's much better looking than that pancake so it's couldn't get your attention than the eye gets your attention. I don't know whether it's kidding by saying you are gonna have long lustrous lashes or they're telling you because you can buy your breakfast, ...,you know in the car and go like this with your lashes, you know....Hostess: Why,What it says is one another 20 minutes of meet time in the morning,when you do what I do?Barbara Lippert: Right. Right, you know instead of this, while you are driving,but they know that women are time crunched,and that's a big trigger for women,you know,the multitasking in the time crunched. And so and I'm hoping that there is sort of saying it in a kidding way,because we know in the 50s ,advertisers gave everybody anxiety,you know,is your house clean enough? is your ,are your teeth bright enough? you know,is your floor waxy enough? and they aren't doing that any more,people don't believe that promise, miracle ,solution any more ,and so they are sort of kidding about that kind of familiar ad.Hostess: Let's take a look at another ad,and I think it's pretty clever for Citi Group,(I quite agree.)because it actually makes sense here. Sort of discribe what Citi Group is trying to do ,they say "You really can prevent worry lines,Get a better retirement plan".Barbara Lippert: Get a better retirement plan. And I think that's excellent,because it's sort of making fun of the fact that you can't prevent worry lines and it's also speaking to women saying this is what's important,you know,you might be spending your money on your lipsticks,but this is what's important,not everyone has the husband and can build a dream house the way we are used to seeing those retirement commercials,you'd better start thinking about you ,yourself.Hostess: There's another Citi Group ad that's pretty clever too,at first glance it looks like a shampoo ad, but it says"Forget about split ends.Let's talk about dividends".Barbara Lippert: And ,but you know,banking is a very dull subject,and they never speak to women directly like this. So it's just saying that this is about you, it's not about ,you know ,buliding for your family,it's not about ,you know , dreaming about what can be, this is reality. You've got to sit down and think about this, and it's more important than split ends.Hostess: So are these ads actually getting womens' attention? More so that they like the standard ad?Barbara Lippert: I think they are getting ,you know,certain things are triggers ,they look familiar and you wanna it, but they are not breaking any new ground ,that's for sure.We need a new way of talking about women. And the interesting thing is that the only new image that I can think of is Gena Davis,as the president.Hostess: em,rightBarbara Lippert: You know ,and, but Donald Caren had a female president ten years ago,(Right.)but she's wearing a boostie A and she was a model,so that was the problem there,but slowly advertisers will get there ,because it's all new.Hostess: I know ,but sex still sells,doesn't it?Sex and beauty. (absolutely. It's all vanity.)Let's take a look at this ad for TideOPM ,like you said vanity,I mean another ad that looks like this would be for a facial moisturizer. Right?Barbara Lippert: Right,right,and it looks she's really having a great time with that facial moisturizer, but...Hostess: Let's says,sleep for a natural glow that won't smudge or smear during the day ,hello,you know, that's for Tide OPM.Barbara Lippert: This is one that I like less ,because you know,it's talking about flawless skin and beauty,you have a lot more problems,if you are not getting a good night sleep ,you know,you have a lot more problems with your health and not just your skin,so I think...Hostess: Does this just explain that sort of pop cultures,obessesion with outlooks and it has nothing to do with women in the elector,(Exactlly. So) or ability to choose products in an intelligent way,like someone is like figuring you out untill you're ing about their product.Barbara Lippert: It's not flattering your intellegence,you know.Hostess: It's not .Does that bother you?Barbara Lippert: Yeah,I, some of them are better than others as with the Citi Bank thing ,but I do think that advertisers wanna use the familar,because they only have a tiny bit amount of time to get your attention,and so they think they will with this, if they showed you an asprin pill ,or if they showed you an ugly-looking flap jack,you know, you really wouldn't look.Hostess: All right,Barbara Lippert from ADWEEK ,thanks ,as always.200807/44606。

Residency居住咨询A:Professor Zhang, recently I am working on a paper about immigration. I ran across some difficulties in my paper. Could you help me out?A:张教授,最近我正在写一篇关于入境的论文,现在我的论文遇到一点麻烦,您能帮我解决一下吗?B:Yes, sure. What is it? Just go ahead. I have told you that do not hesitate to turn to me whenever you are in trouble.B: 当然可以啊。是什么问题?尽管问吧。我不是跟你们说过吗?无论什么时候遇到问题都一定要来找我。A:Thank you do much. Thats very kind of you. There is a chapter in my paper about the right of residency a foreigner has in another country. Could you give some information about it?A:真的非常感谢您。您实在是太好了。我的论文中有一章是关于外国人入境者的居留权问题,您能给我讲讲这方面的知识吗?B: No problem. In accordance with the laws in the host country and abtain long-term, short term or permanent residency.B: 没问题。根据所在国的法律和有关的国际条约或协定,可以在该国短期、长期或永久居留。A: Amazing. Does it mean that any foreigner can obtain residency?A:真是不可思议。这是不是说任何一个外国入境者都有居留权?B: Not exactly. Foreigners who can not obtain long term residency before he or she asks for and gets permission.B: 不完全是这样的。外国人未经请求并获得许可不能在一国领土内长期居留。A: So, if a foreigner wants to obtain long term residency in another country, he or she has to apply for it first and then wait for permission.A:因此,假如外国公民想获得长期居留权就必须先申请然后再等候被批准。B: You are perfectly right.B: 你说的完全正确。A: Are there any regulations and rules for foreigners to obey if they obtain residency in another country?A:当外国人所在国取得居留权后有什么要遵守的规章制度吗?B: Of course there are. The obligations and rights of a foreigner are stipulated by the host country while he or she is in the period of residency. Foreigners ought to obey the laws and regulations of the host country.B: 当然有。外国人在居留期间的权利和义务有居住国的法律规定。外国人应遵守居住过的法律。A: So, these are the obligations foreigners must obey, right?A:那么这些就是外国人要遵守的规章制度了,对吗?B: Yes. And at the same time the host country is responsible for protecting the lawful rights and interests of them.B: 是的,不过与此同时,居住国对外国人的合法权益应予以保护。 /201603/430564。

The Book of" No", 250 ways to say it and mean it and stop people-pleasing foreve, are detailed strategies that will help you take charge of your life. The author is social-psychologist Susan Newman. Susan, good to have you here this morning. Thank you. (Good to be here. ) Such is one of my new year's resolutions, to be able to say "no" more often , but really when we think of no, really is, it, to many of us, it sounds like such a negative thing. But you say, / doesn't have to be, why? Well, it really isn't an negative. It's the exact opposite. It's a positive because you get to take back your time and do things for the people that you really care about. (en-en) We get to start doing things for friends of friends and then we say what happened to me? I have no time for the people who are important to me. And you say that when people say yes often, they are falling into that people-pleaser trap. What can we do to break that pattern? They fall into the trap because they are afraid that people will think they are lazy, uncaring, selfish, at worst they think they'll leave their job, they'll lose their job. So we, we have all these negatives that have come from childhood and they pop back into our heads and it just doesn't work that way. So when you're saying no to people you're really saying yes to yourself and you actually have some good points in the book to help people take charge of their lives-being able to say no more often. Then let's go through 5 other steps you say: make a list of your yeses, make your time well managed, get your priorities straight, know your limits and give control to others. So, tell us how we can put these into practice. I think that giving control to others is the key because we all think we can do something better when in fact there are other people can do then (delegate, then) . . . Yeah, you wind up president of the PTA, you don't have to do that. Somebody else can do that. Somebody else can car pool and then you can go get your nails done. And saying no doesn't make you a terrible person. What do you mean by making a list of your yeses though , I mean how is that, how should that be taken into consideration with your decision-making? Because you will be shocked how many times and how many people you say yes to. And you don't save any time for yourself and the people who are important to you. So that allow you to kinda set your priorities based on, you know, and when, knowing when you can say no. Figure out who has the first crack at you. Is it your boss? Is it your husband? Is it your children? What about, you know, a lot of us fear the effects of saying no. Will it destroy my relationship? Will people remember this? Will this be. . er. . held against to me at work? (en-en) How do you get over that and even some of the guilt that goes along with saying no? The one of the alerts in the book is , and I think this is key, is that people don't think about you as much as you think and worry that they are. They're moving on to the next person. You won't water my plants. You won't (do,) drive car pool. You won't take this job upon the work. They are looking for the next person. They are really not thinking about you. And roll quickly, you have (that) which you call the "no credo" and you say it should be your bill of right to say, make feelings known, guard personal boundaries, exercise your choice to say no, postpone an answer, withhold explanations and you can change your mind . So again, bottom line, here roll quickly. Bottom line is to think yes before you think no. I think no before you Think yes to , Yes, Yes to yourself though. Yes to yourself and no to everyone else.Susan Newman, thank you so much. Nice to talk with you. 200808/46901。

NATO Summit Focuses on Afghanistan, Alliance Enlargement北约峰会讨论阿富汗及新成员问题 The NATO summit has convened in formal session in Bucharest, Romania. Members are focusing on military operations in Afghanistan and how and when to enlarge the alliance. 北大西洋公约组织在罗马尼亚首都布加勒斯特举行正式会议。参加会议的北约成员国正在集中讨论在阿富汗的军事行动以及如何扩大北约的问题。 NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer called the summit to order, with a tribute to alliance troops killed in the line of duty. 北约组织秘书长夏侯雅伯在会议开始的时候,要求这次高峰会议的与会者肃静,向在战斗中丧生的北约组织军人致意:"May I now ask you to join me in a moment of silence to pay homage to all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice by laying down their life in the service of our alliance," he said. “现在,我谨请各位跟我一道,为所有那些在从事北约联盟使命的时候献出生命的人默哀致敬。”A line of 26 soldiers -- each wearing the uniform of a NATO-member nation -- walked into the room. As the heads of state and government stood in silence, a lone trumpeter played a tribute to the dead. 来自北约成员国的26位身著各自国家军装的军人步入会议厅。参加会议的各国元首肃立默哀,一位号手为死者吹起号角。President Bush has described Afghanistan as the most daring and ambitious mission in the history of the alliance. NATO officials say there is consensus among member countries that this mission must succeed. 布什总统表示,在阿富汗的行动是北约联盟有史以来最大胆、最雄心勃勃的行动。北约组织官员说,北约成员国有一个共识,这就是必须在阿富汗取得成功。One by one, member countries are announcing plans to step up their commitment. 北约成员国一个接一个地宣布计划加强它们对阿富汗行动的承诺。France is sending a battalion of troops to eastern Afghanistan to free up American marines, who will be redeployed in the troubled south. Canada currently has the largest NATO contingent in the south and has threatened to pull its forces out, if no reinforcements are sent.  法国即将派遣一批部队前往阿富汗东部地区接替那里的美国海军陆战队,以便让他们可以部署到动乱的阿富汗南部地区。加拿大目前在阿富汗南部地区的部队人数是北约当中最多的。早些时候,加拿大表示,假如得不到增援,加拿大就要撤军。But there is expected to be far less unity at the Bucharest summit on Georgia and Ukraine's bid to be put on a path to NATO membership. A NATO spokesman says it appears they will not get the unanimous vote required. 但是,在格鲁吉亚和乌克兰申请加入北约的问题上,预计北约成员国的共识要少得多。北约的一位发言人说,看来这两个国家不会得到成为新成员所必需的一致赞同票。Russia vehemently opposes bringing the two former Soviet republics into the alliance. And, France and Germany have indicated they do not believe now is the time to admit these two countries to the lengthy membership process. 俄罗斯强烈反对把格鲁吉亚和乌克兰这两个前苏联加盟共和国纳入北约。法国和德国表示,不认为现在是让两个国家开始漫长的加入北约申请程序的好时机。Two Balkan nations that have completed that process -- Albania and Croatia -- will get formal invitations to join the alliance at the Bucharest summit. Alliance members have also agreed that Macedonia meets the criteria for membership, but Greece has vowed to block approval because of a name dispute.  有两个巴尔干地区国家已经完成了申请程序。这两个国家是阿尔巴尼亚和克罗地亚。他们将在这次布加勒斯特高峰会议上被正式邀请加入北约。北约成员还一致认为,马其顿已经满足了加入北约的标准,但是,由于国家名称的争议,希腊表示将阻止接纳马其顿。There is also a Macedonia region in Greece, and Athens wants Macedonia the country to change its name to reflect the difference.200804/33404。

Obama Wins Oregon Primary, Declares Nomination 'Within Reach'奥巴马放眼大选克林顿不放弃竞选   Hillary Clinton won the Kentucky primary election, Tuesday, by a margin of more than two to one, but Barack Obama won the race in Oregon and passed a milestone in the Democratic Party's presidential contest. Clinton has vowed to stay in the race, while Obama is looking ahead to the presidential election in November. 希拉里.克林顿星期二以超过二比一的优势赢得肯塔基州的民主党初选。同一天,巴拉克.奥巴马赢得了俄勒冈的初选,并在民主党总统候选人提名的竞争上跨过了一个里程碑。克林顿誓言要继续竞选,而奥巴马则放眼于11月的总统选举。Hillary Clinton won the Kentucky primary by 35 percentage points. According to exit polls, she did well among women and white voters.  希拉里.克林顿以超过35个百分点的优势赢得肯塔基民主党初选。根据在投票站出口所做的调查显示,克林顿在女性和白人选民中最受欢迎。 Barack Obama scored well among educated voters to win the primary in the more liberal West Coast state of Oregon. 在西岸自由派占优势的俄勒冈州,巴拉克.奥巴马得到了教育程度较高的选民的拥护。The primaries and caucuses determine the delegate count to the party's nominating convention, and Senator Obama celebrated another victory Tuesday as he passed the halfway point in committed delegates for the Democratic Party's August convention. Obama spoke in Iowa, where he won his first contest on a cold January night. 民主党的初选和党内基层会议决定参加民主党代表大会的代表人数,奥巴马星期二的胜利使他在8月民主党代表大会上持他的代表人数上超过了半数。奥巴马在爱奥华州发表演说,那里是他在1月一个寒冷的夜晚首战得胜的地方。"And, tonight Iowa, in the fullness of Spring, with the help of those who stood up from Portland to Louisville, we have returned to Iowa with a majority of delegates elected by the American people and you have put us within reach of the Democratic nomination for president of the ed States of America," he said. 奥巴马说:“今天,爱奥华州春意盎然,在从波特兰到路易斯维尔的持者的帮助下,我们带着美国民众推选的党代表的多数持回到了爱奥华,你们的选票让我们更接近了获得民主党总统提名的目标。”Speaking to her supporters, Clinton celebrated her lopsided win in Kentucky and promised that she will stay in the race. 克林顿参议员向持者讲话,庆祝她在肯塔基获得的压倒性胜利,并承诺要继续竞选下去。She said "This continues to be a tough fight, and I have fought it the only way I know how, with determination, by never giving up and never giving in." 克林顿说:“今后的竞争仍会艰难,我充满信心,以我所知的特有的方式竞选,不放弃,不屈。”Clinton is pegging her hopes on disqualified delegates from Florida and Michigan, two states not counted in the total because they broke party rules by holding their primaries early. She hopes to have their votes counted and their convention delegates seated. 克林顿希望拿回失去资格的佛罗里达和密西根的党代表票,他们的票数没有计入总数,因为这两个州提前举行了初选,破坏了民主党的规则。克林顿希望恢复这些选票的效力,恢复这两个州民主党全国代表大会上的席位。She promises to stay in the race through upcoming contests in Puerto Rico June 1, and Montana and South Dakota June 3. 克林顿保会继续参加6月1号波多黎各和6月3号蒙塔那以及南达科他州的竞选。"I'm going on now to campaign in Montana, South Dakota, and Puerto Rico, and I'm going to keep standing up for the voters of Florida and Michigan," she said. 克林顿说:“我现在就要到蒙塔那、南达科他和波多黎各展开竞选,我要继续为佛罗里达和密西根的选民说话。”Obama turned his attention beyond the Democratic primaries to urge unity against expected Republican candidate John McCain. He had words of praise for his fellow Democrat, Senator Clinton. 奥巴马开始把精力从民主党的初选转移,他敦促民主党人团结、抗衡共和党预期推选的总统候选人约翰.麦凯恩参议员。奥巴马对本党竞争对手克林顿也表达了赞誉之辞。"We've had our disagreements during this campaign. But we all admire her courage and her commitment and her perseverance. And, no matter how this primary ends, Senator Clinton has shattered myths and broken barriers and changed the America in which my daughters and your daughters will come of age and for that we are grateful to her," he said. 奥巴马说:“我们在竞选中有分歧,但是我们都钦佩克林顿的勇气,她的执着,她坚韧不拔的精神。不论初选的最终结果如何,克林顿参议员已经打破了神话,消除了障碍,改变了美国, 改变了我的女儿和你们的女儿们将长大成人的这个国家,为此我们要感谢她。”Both Clinton and Obama are wooing several hundred of the so-called super-delegates -- party officials and officeholders -- who remain uncommitted and have the power to support either candidate.  克林顿和奥巴马都在寻求几百位所谓的超级代表的持,他们是党内官员和民选官员,都不必承诺持特定候选人,有权在代表大会上投任何一方的票。Obama is the leader in another important race, for campaign contributions. He reported donations of million in April alone. 奥巴马在另一项竞赛中也占据了领先地位,那就是竞选筹款。有报导说,仅在4月份期间,他就筹得了3100万美元。200805/39720。

South Korean Military Chief Says North Seeks Nuclear Warhead韩国称北韩希望发展导弹携带核武 South Korean military officials say they believe North Korea is hoping to develop a nuclear weapon that can be delivered by missile. The unusually frank public statement was made amid reports North Korea has conducted a routine test of its short range missiles along its western coast.韩国的军事官员表示,他们相信北韩希望发展能够用导弹携带的核武器。就在韩国官员做出这项不寻常公开声明的同时,有报导说,北韩在其西部海岸试射短程导弹。South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman, Kim Tae-young, says he believes North Korea is trying to produce a nuclear warhead small enough to be carried on a missile.韩国参谋长联席会议主席金泰荣表示,他相信北韩正试图发展体积小到能够用导弹携带的核弹头。Kim made the comment Wednesday in a parliamentary hearing. Such a direct statement is rare, because senior South Korean officials usually keep quiet about North Korean security matters in public. Kim added, he believes North Korea has enough plutonium to produce as many as seven nuclear weapons.金泰荣是星期三在国会作时发表这项的。这样率直的说法十分罕见,因为韩国官员通常在公开场合对北韩的安全事务保持缄默。金泰荣还补充说,他相信北韩已经有足够的金属钸能够生产多达7枚的核武器。Despite being impoverished, North Korea has invested heavily for decades in ballistic missile technology. It has hundreds of short and medium range missiles capable of reaching all of South Korea and most of Japan. North Korea test-fired a medium range missile directly over Japanese territory in 1998. In 2006 - just months before it tested a nuclear explosive underground - the North conducted a failed test of a long range missile hypothetically capable of reaching the ed States.北韩现在拥有几百枚能够打到整个韩国和大部分日本的短程和中程导弹。1998年,北韩试射了一枚中程导弹直接飞越日本领土。2006年,就在北韩试爆地下核装置前几个月,北韩还进行了一次失败的远程导弹试射。那枚远程导弹的假设目标是美国本土。South Korean media ed Seoul defense officials Wednesday as saying the North has conducted a test firing of at least two short range missiles. The missiles were apparently fired Tuesday afternoon off North Korea's western coast.韩国媒体星期三引述首尔国防官员的话说,北韩已经进行了至少两次短程导弹试射。这些导弹显然是星期二下午的时候在北韩西海岸以外发射的。South Korean Unification Ministry Spokesman Kim Ho-nyoun did not confirm the launch Wednesday, but said the test was probably not cause for alarm.韩国统一部发言人金浩庸星期三没有对导弹发射作出实,但是表示,没有必要对这样的试射赶到惊慌。He says if it was in fact short range missiles North Korea launched, it is probably part of a routine drill. He says North Korea is known to conduct two sets of routine missile tests each year.他说,如果北韩真的发射了短程导弹,那可能只是常规演习的一部分。他说,北韩据悉每年进行两次常规性的导弹试射。Even small military movements by North Korea attract attention here in the South - perhaps especially at this point in time. It remains unconfirmed whether leader Kim Jong Il, believed to be recovering from a stroke, is actually in control of the country. Pyongyang threatened earlier this month to resume reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel into material useable in weapons. And, this week marks several key anniversaries in the North - including that of the country's communist-party founding, and of its nuclear test two years ago.即便是小规模的北韩军事动作,尤其在这个时间,都会在韩国引发关注。目前还无法实据信在中风后恢复阶段的北韩领导人金正日是否在亲自掌权。平壤本月早些时候威胁说,要恢复将核废料处理成可用于武器的材料。此外,这个星期在北韩有几个重要的纪念日,其中包括北韩共产党成立纪念日和北韩进行核试验两周年等。200810/52434。

Script:am Jim Ledbetter with CNN Money, I am here with Fortune’s David Kirkpatrick. Today, we are gonna talk about the phenomenal rise in Chinese Internet Stocks. David, welcome.Okay, let’s go.Just in a matter of a week, ten days' time, some of the big players in China like Sohu and Baidu have seen their stocks go up 9%, 15%. What’s behind these phenomenal rises?There are just, there is just huge innovation in China, there is unbelievable hunger for success by some very creative entrepreneurs. The government is 100 percent behind it which makes all the difference in China. And the audience is there, I mean, I am not, I am not sure what the exact number in China is, but estimates are 120 to 140 million PCs in China, a very large percentage of the Chinese population doesn’t even use their own PC, they use Internet cafes to go on the Internet. I am sure that you are in the 2 to 3 hundred million minimum population on the Chinese internet, and albeit their reven(ue), their, their, their income is not what, what we would consider high by American Standards. But their purchasing power is growing very rapidly. The advertising market in China for the internet is exploding. So, it’s, it’s, it's really a kind of like the next bubble in a way or it’s, it’s, the enthusiasm for the Chinese internet is kind of at the place where the American internet was in 1998, 99. I would say.You mentioned that the government is behind this 100 percent, which is really interesting because for so many years, we’ve heard that the Chinese government perceive the internet as a threat, that they censor people who were looking at Falungong, or looking at, (they do) you know issues about Taiwan or issues about the Dalai Lama. Um, well, how can they, how can they square that circle, how can they be in favor of the internet growth as a business but, but still be afraid of it as, as a political device?I think the way they are managing it is that the companies don’t want to alienate the government and they are basically telling a line. In fact, there is extensive communication, pretty much at all times, between all the major Chinese internet companies and the government, and they don’t even have to really take orders from the government. They have internalized this sufficiently that they know where the lines are. And I will tell you something else; the ordinary Chinese person doesn’t really care to about the Falungong or the Dalai Lama. I am sorry to say that, but I really don’t think they, they do. The average Chinese internet surfer takes the view that their information access is so much greater than it ever was without the internet that even if they can’t see everything, they are way better than they were when all they had were government-sponsored newspapers that were much more censored frankly than the internet could ever be. Right, you used the comparison of America in 98, 99, which suggests that it could be in a situation with a bubble. Their, their stocks are at huge multiples right now. Um, but that’s also a function of the Chinese stock market in general. The Chinese stock market is in a bubble by many opinions, and you know, had a pickup a couple of weeks ago, and dropped like 5% in a day as I recall. And the internet companies are leading a lot of the markets there. So in that way, it is kind of like the late 90s. I think though when you have an economy that is growing 11% year over year which I don’t believe any country in the world has ever done before. And it’s an economy of that scale, you know, maybe you can sustain some pretty high PEs for quite a while because there is just so damn much economic activity.OK, great. Thanks.Notes:PE:The P/E ratio (price-to-earnings ratio) of a stock (also called its "earnings multiple", or simply "multiple", "P/E", or "PE") is a measure of the price paid for a share relative to the income or profit earned by the firm per share. A higher P/E ratio means that investors are paying more for each unit of income.200807/44406。