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2019年06月16日 15:06:53 | 作者:同城报 | 来源:新华社
Chinese tourists last week took scant notice of the turmoil enveloping Hong Kong as they flew there in droves to engage in a yearly ritual – holiday shopping.上周,大群中国内地游客飞抵香港进行每年一度的黄金周购物,他们没怎么注意席卷香港的风波。Despite the former British colony’s worst crisis in decades, Hong Kong was the most popular destination outside the mainland for Chinese tourists during the national holiday known as Golden Week, according to data from Qunar.com, China’s biggest travel website by user volume.用户数量最多的中国旅游网站去哪儿(Qunar.com)数据显示,尽管这块前英国殖民地发生了几十年来最严重的危机,但香港仍是国庆黄金周期间中国内地游客最喜欢去的旅游目的地。Many of the tourists came away with a new appreciation of political protest.许多游客离开时,对政治抗议产生了一种新的认识。But any fears that democracy activism might infect Hong Kong’s mainland brethren appear exaggerated. The Golden Week visitors had clear priorities: democracy is fine, as long as it does not get in the way of designer handbags and cosmetics. But it did.但对于香港民主活动精神可能感染内地同胞的担忧似乎有些夸大。黄金周游客心里有着明确的重点:民主是不错,只要它不影响他们购买名牌手提包和化妆品的话。但他们确实受了影响。“Occupy Central [the name of the civil disobedience movement] was a disturbance to me and other tourists,” said Jane Luo, a graduate student in Shanghai who stayed in the Hong Kong neighbourhood of Mongkok for the holidays and found many of the stores closed.来自上海的研究生Jane Luo说:“占中行动(公民抗命运动的名称)对我和其他游客是一种干扰。”她在香港旺角度过黄金周,发现许多商店关门了。“My first reaction was bewilderment.“我的第一反应是困惑。”I didn’t understand why they were taking to the streets. My second impression is that overall, they were quite peaceful in their protests#8201;.#8201;.#8201;.#8201;I don’t think witnessing Occupy Central will change the way I behave and think though.”“我不明白他们为何走上街头。我的第二印象是,总体上他们的抗议是相当和平的……但我不认为见占中行动会改变我的行为和思维方式。”The Golden Week holiday, which began on October 1, coincided with mass demonstrations against proposed electoral changes by Beijing that closed much of Hong Kong’s central business district.始于10月1日的黄金周假期,恰好碰上香港发生反对北京方面制定的选举改革方案的大规模示威,导致香港中心商业区的很大一部分店铺停业。Travel advice issued by the Chinese National Tourism Association on October 2 warned tour groups from going to the territory because of safety concerns.出于安全方面的担心,中国国家旅游局(CNTA) 10月2日发布了旅游建议,警告旅游团不要前往香港。But this had little effect on Chinese shopaholics. The city is always the favoured destination of Chinese holiday tourists but this year’s numbers surged. Qunar said mainlanders using its service to visit Hong Kong had soared by 67 per cent. The tourism board registered 1,159,952 holiday visitors – an increase of 4.8 per cent from last year’s Golden Week, it said.但这对中国内地的购物狂们几乎毫无影响。香港历来是中国节假日游客最喜欢去的目的地,但今年的赴港人数大增。去哪儿网表示,利用该网站务前往香港的内地旅游人数猛增了67%。该网表示,黄金周期间,香港旅游发展局的登记游客数量达115.9952万人,比去年同期增加了4.8%。Before arriving, many Chinese tourists were unaware of the scale of the crisis because of a media blackout on the mainland.由于中国当局不准境内媒体报道占中活动,因此许多内地游客在到达香港之前,根本不知道这场危机的规模有多大。Another factor in the flood of visitors was that a large proportion had non-refundable flights. Beijing resident Stella Sun bought a discounted ticket in August and could not change it.导致游客潮水般涌入的另一项因素是,很高比例的游客买的是不可退款的机票。北京居民Stella Sun于8月买了一张折扣机票,行程不能改动。“My parents were concerned about my safety going there,” she said.她说:“我爸妈担心我去香港不安全。”“But I felt things would be all right since Occupy Central is about expressing wishes for democracy, and tourists would not be targeted. My shopping plans were affected because a lot of the usual shopping areas were obstructed.”“但我觉得行程会很顺利,因为占中是为了表达民主愿望,不会把游客当作目标。可由于很多通常的购物区进不去,我的购物计划受到了影响。”Those postings on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter that survived Beijing’s internet censors, portray the bewilderment among new arrivals.在类似Twitter的中国微网站新浪微(Weibo)上,刚到香港的游客们描述了自己的困惑。“Is it safe to go to Stanley Bay or Harbour City tomorrow? Where are places I can shop?” said one posting on October 3 by “Flowers bloom for you”.“鲜花为你盛开”10月3日在新浪微上写道:“明天去赤柱湾(Stanley Bay)或海港城(Harbour City)会安全吗?我在哪里可以购物?”Hong Kong easily beat Taipei, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok as the top Golden Week destination, according to Qunar. Its rival Ctrip, which is considered China’s leading travel website in terms of revenue, also had Hong Kong as the top overseas destination for mainlanders.去哪儿网数据显示,香港轻松击败台北、首尔、吉隆坡和曼谷,成为黄金周中国游客的首选旅游目的地。竞争对手携程网(Ctrip)也表示,香港是中国内地人最喜欢的境外旅游目的地。携程网被认为是中国营收额最高的旅游网站。Despite the influx of mainlanders wielding credit cards, the protests shuttered many businesses and Hong Kong witnessed the first drop in retail sales during Golden Week since 2003, according to an October 6 press release by the Hong Kong Retail Management Association.香港零售管理协会(HKRMA) 10月6日的新闻发布稿称,尽管迎来了大量手持信用卡的内地游客,但抗议导致很多商店关门,香港出现自2003年以来首次黄金周零售额下降。Some sectors, such as watches and jewellery, and fashion and accessories, registered drops of up to 50 per cent.有些行业,比如手表及首饰、时装及配饰,销售额下降了至多50%。Meanwhile, political tensions took a toll on other traditionally popular travel destinations for mainland tourists: Hanoi and Manila dropped out of the top 10 amid Chinese tensions with Beijing over maritime rights in the South China Sea.另一方面,政治紧张也令传统上颇受中国内地游客青睐的其他旅游目的地付出代价:在南中国海(South China Sea)海洋权益上与北京方面关系紧张的河内与马尼拉,跌出了中国游客最喜爱十大旅游目的地排行榜。Tokyo, which is also embroiled in a dispute with Beijing over maritime claims, fell from sixth to eighth place, according to Qunar data.去哪儿网数据显示,同样在海洋权益问题上与北京方面存在纠纷的东京,在排行榜上从第6位跌至第8位。 /201410/335180A Chinese mother has become a walking dictionary by memorising the English-Chinese Dictionary from cowt to cover, reported the People#39;s Daily.一名中国妈妈成了活字典,她记住了整部英汉词典,《人民日报》报道。Li Yanzhi, 51, from Xi#39;an, Shaanxi Province, is able to explain the meaning of every single word in the 2 ,458-page book, which consists of 220,000 entries.今年51岁的李艳志来自西安,她能说出字典里每个单词的意思,总共2458页,包含了22万个词条。Ms Li, who divorced more than 20 years ago,undertook the mission in order to receive more translating work.李女士20多年前离婚,她背诵单词的目的是为了获得更多的翻译工作。This helps her support her 26-year-old son who suffers from autism and is not able to take care of himself.这样她才足以持自己26岁患有孤独症的没有自理能力的儿子。Ms Li is a lecturer in Financial English at Xian Transport University#39;s Economic and Banking School.李是西安交通大学经济与金融学院金融英语专业的一名老师。Since August 2013, she has been ing the dictionary six hours every day from 3am.自2013年8月份以来,她每天从凌晨3点钟开始阅读字典6个小时。Within 19 days, she finished the memorisation for the first time.在19天内,他第一次背熟了这本字典。According to People#39;s Daily, to succeed in the College English Test Band 6, which most university students in China are required to pass, the candidates need to understand 6,000 words.根据《人民日报》的报道,在大多数中国大学生都被要求通过的英语6级考试中,要想通过考试,就得记住6000个单词。In comparison, Ms Li#39;s vocabulary is extraordinary.相比之下,李女士的词汇量惊人。To help her memorising, Ms Li borrowed 465 English language magazines from the university library.为了帮助自己记忆,李女士从大学图书馆里借来了465本英语杂志。#39;My biggest dream is to enter The Brain to challenge myself, said Ms Li. The Brain is a popular reality TV show in China which uses a series of games, such as memorisation, to test the contestants#39; brainpower.;我最大的梦想是参加《最强大脑》挑战自己,;她说。《最强大脑》是中国的一款电视真人秀,使用一系列的游戏比如记忆来测试选手的智力。Ms Li said that son is autistic and cannot look after himself. Since her divorce more than 20 years ago, she and her son have been reliant on each other.她说儿子患有孤独症,无法照顾自己,自20多年前离婚以来,母子相依为命。As a single mother, Ms Li had to lock her son in the house whenever she went out for work. She said when she returned the house was always a complete mess.作为单亲妈妈,不管她什么时候出去工作都得把儿子锁在房子里。她说当她回到家里时,家里总是一团糟。But she said she never gave up.但是她说她从来就没有放弃过。#39;If I can fly I will fly, if I cant fly I will run, if I cannot run I will crawl,#39; she said.#39;No matter what you must move forward.#39;“如果我能飞,我就飞,如果我不能飞,我就跑。如果不能跑,我就爬,”她说。“无论发生什么,你都得向前进。”In order to improve their lives, Ms Li does translation work as a freelancer on top of her regular teaching. Through this,she has earned enough to buy herself a new apartment.为了提高生活水平,她除了教书外还做点翻译的兼职。现在她已经有钱购买一套新公寓了。Apart from English, Ms Li has learned to speak more than 10 different languages, including French, Russian, German,Japanese and Polish.除了英语,她还学会讲10多种不同的语言,包括法语,俄语,德语,日语和波兰语。She hopes that by memorising the 220,000 words from the dictionary, she can encourage students to learn English and increase their vocabulary.她希望通过记住这22万个单词可以激励学生们学习英语并提高词汇量。#39;Lecturer Li really is a living English-Chinese Dictionary,#39; says Zhang Xinjie, one of her students.她的一名学生说:;李老师真的是一部活的英汉词典。; /201503/363920

Money can’t buy happiness, right? Well, not true. According to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, over the past few years, new research has given us a much deeper understanding of the relationship between what we earn and how we feel. The results may seem a bit obvious: Yes, people with higher incomes are, broadly speaking, happier than those who struggle to get by. But the research also shows you have to spend strategically if you expect those bank notes to put a smile on your face. Here are some ways to better spend your money:金钱真得买不到幸福么?也不尽然。最近,《华尔街日报》的一篇文章就指出,在过去的几年间,新的研究让我们对挣钱多少与心理感受间的关系有了更深刻的认识。研究结果有些显而易见,一般而言,有钱人确实会比挣扎在温饱线上的人更幸福。但是,研究也发现,合理消费才能使你在买单时更快乐。下面就奉上一些消费建议:Buy experiences, not stuff.相比实物,为体验买单。In a recently published study, Ryan Howell, associate professor of psychology at San Francisco State University in the US, found that when people don’t have much money to spare, they tend to stick to material goods.美国旧金山州立大学的心理学副教授瑞安#8226;豪威尔最近发表的一项研究显示,当人们没有多余的钱可以配时,总会选择购买物质产品。“People think that experiences are only going to provide temporary happiness,” he told The Wall Street Journal in an interview. “… but they actually provide both more happiness and more lasting value.”他在接受《华尔街日报》的采访时说:“人们认为体验只能带来暂时的幸福感,但事实上它们不仅能带来更大的幸福感,还具有更长久的价值。”Buy lots of little things, rather than one big thing.相比大件,入手一些小东西。No matter how much money you spend on something and how special that product is, you will get used to having it over time and it will become just another object. People adapt to having new stuff, and anything that disrupts that adaptation is likely to prolong happiness, says an Atlantic article. Buying small things can give us frequent small pleasures that are different each time they occur, as they forestall adaptation.《大西洋月刊》的一篇文章则写到:不管你在付钱时所买之物多么昂贵或是与众不同,随着时间的推移它都会失去新意,成为一件普通物品。追求新鲜是人的本性,而任何可以打破习惯之物都能带来更长久的幸福感。买一些小物件则能在上一件物品失去新意之前,不断带给我们新的愉悦感。Buy what you like.为心仪之物买单。No keeping up with the Joneses. “There are a lot of reasons someone might buy something … but if the reason is to maximize happiness, the best thing for that person to do is purchase a life experience that is in line with their personality,” Howell tells Forbes. Howell recently co-authored a study finding that when people spend money just to project a certain image, it doesn’t bring happiness.莫攀比!豪威尔在接受《福布斯》采访时就说,“让人掏钱的理由有千千万,但要获得最大的幸福感,就一定要为真正符合自己心意的人生体验买单。”他最近的一项合作研究发现,如果一个人只是为了塑造自己的某种形象而消费,那么他将很难获得幸福感。Be sure to buy time, too.时间也要算在内。It’s also important to consider how what you’re buying will affect how you spend your time. For example, that big house in the suburbs may seem like a good idea, but according to The Wall Street Journal, a 2004 study by researchers from University of Zurich in Switzerland found that people with longer commutes reported lower overall life satisfaction, all other things being equal.考虑到你的消费对自己时间的影响也很重要。比如,在郊区买一幢大房子也许是个不错的想法,但是据《华尔街日报》报道,2004年瑞士苏黎世大学研究人员进行的一项研究显示,在同等条件下,通勤时间较长的人整体生活幸福感较弱。Try giving it away.予人玫瑰,手留余香。Elizabeth Dunn, associate professor of psychology at the University of British Columbia in Canada, found that in countries as diverse as Canada, South Africa and Uganda, giving away money consistently made people happier. This was even true when people were giving away even when they themselves were relatively poor.来自加拿大的不列颠哥伦比亚大学的心理学副教授伊丽莎白#8226;邓恩则发现,不论在加拿大,还是在南非、乌干达等很多国家,时不时地向他人施舍钱财会让人感觉更幸福。而这也同样适用于并不富裕的人群,乐善好施也能为他们带来幸福感。 /201502/360654

Acting on a tip from spelunkers two years ago, scientists in South Africa discovered what the cavers had only dimly glimpsed through a crack in a limestone wall deep in the Rising Star cave: lots and lots of old bones.两年前,南非科学家按照洞穴探险爱好者的指引,在启星洞(Rising Star Cave)深处发现了探洞者通过石灰岩壁上的缝隙隐约瞥见的东西:大量古老的骨头。The remains covered the earthen floor beyond the narrow opening. This was, the scientists concluded, a large, dark chamber for the dead of a previously unidentified species of the early human lineage — Homo naledi.狭窄洞口内的泥土表面上铺满了骨骸。科学家得出结论,在这个巨大、漆黑的洞穴里面放着的遗体,来自一种属于早期人类谱系的不知名物种——“纳勒迪人”(Homo naledi)。The new hominin species was announced on Thursday by an international team of more than 60 scientists led by Lee R. Berger, an American paleoanthropologist who is a professor of human evolution studies at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. The species name, H. naledi, refers to the cave where the bones lay undisturbed for so long; “naledi” means “star” in the local Sesotho language.美国古人类学家李·R·伯杰教授(Lee R. Berger) 带领的一个国际团队在周四公布了这种新的人亚族(hominin)物种,团队由60多名科学家组成。伯杰在约翰内斯堡的金山大学(University of the Witwatersrand)任人类演化学教授。物种的命名取自那个让骨骸得以安然保存至今的洞穴;在塞索托语(Sesotho)里, “纳勒迪”的意思是 “星星”。In two papers published this week in the open-access journal eLife, the researchers said that the more than 1,550 fossil elements documenting the discovery constituted the largest sample for any hominin species in a single African site, and one of the largest anywhere in the world. Further, the scientists said, that sample is probably a small fraction of the fossils yet to be recovered from the chamber. So far the team has recovered parts of at least 15 individuals.在两篇本周刊登于开放阅读期刊《eLife》的文章里,研究人员说,该发现记录了超过1500件化石,是非洲单个考古地点中发现人亚族样本最多的一处,在全世界范围内也居于前列。接着,科学家们还说,洞穴中可能还有大量化石有待发掘,目前发现的这些只是一小部分。目前团队已经找到了最少15个个体的身体部分。“With almost every bone in the body represented multiple times, Homo naledi is aly practically the best-known fossil member of our lineage,” Dr. Berger said.“‘纳勒迪人’身体上的几乎所有骨头都出现过很多次,事实上他们已经是我们这一谱系中得到了最多了解的化石成员,”伯杰说。Besides introducing a new member of the prehuman family, the discovery suggests that some early hominins intentionally deposited bodies of their dead in a remote and largely inaccessible cave chamber, a behavior previously considered limited to modern humans. Some of the scientists referred to the practice as a ritualized treatment of their dead, but by “ritual” they said they meant a deliberate and repeated practice, not necessarily a kind of religious rite.除了引出一个前人类家族的新成员,该发现还表明,一些早期人亚族动物会故意把死者遗体存放在一个偏僻且很难进入的洞穴里,这是一种以前被认为只限于现代人的行为。一些科学家把这种做法归为对遗体的一种仪式性活动,但科学家们说,在“仪式”这个词上,他们是指故意和反复的活动,而不一定是一种宗教仪式。“It’s very, very fascinating,” said Ian Tattersall, an authority on human evolution at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, who was not involved in the research. “No question there’s at least one new species here,” he added, “but there may be debate over the Homo designation, though the species is quite different from anything else we have seen.”“这非常、非常令人着迷,” 纽约的美国自然历史物馆 (American Museum of Natural History)的人类演化研究权威伊安·泰特萨(Ian Tattersall)说。他没有参与该研究。“毫无疑问这里至少有一个新的物种,”他还说, “但是否归入人属(Homo)可能存有争论,尽管该物种和我们之前见过的任何物种都相当不一样。”A colleague of Dr. Tattersall’s at the museum, Eric Delson, who also is a professor at Lehman College of the City University of New York, was also impressed, saying, “Berger does it again!”泰特萨在物馆的同事、纽约市立大学李曼学院(Lehman College of the City University of New York)教授埃里克·戴尔森(Eric Delson)也对这项研究十分激赏,说这是“伯杰再次出手!” Dr. Delson was referring to Dr. Berger’s previous headline discovery, published in 2010, also involving cave deposits at the Cradle of Humankind site, 30 miles northwest of Johannesburg. He found many fewer fossils that time, but enough to conclude he was looking at a new species, which he named Australopithecus sediba. Geologists said the individuals lived 1.78 million to 1.95 million years ago, when australopithecines and early species of Homo were contemporaries.戴尔森指的是伯杰在2010年发表的另一项轰动发现,其中也涉及到位于约翰内斯堡西北30英里(约合48公里)处的“人类摇篮”内的洞穴。那次他找到的化石比这次少得多,但也足以得出找到了新物种的结论,他把该新物种命名为南方古猿源泉种(Australopithecus sediba)。地质学家说,该物种在178万至195万年前生活在地球上,古猿和人属早期物种存在于同一时期。Researchers analyzing the H. naledi fossils have not yet nailed down their age, which is difficult to measure because of the muddled chamber sediments and the absence of other fauna remains nearby. Some of its primitive anatomy, like a brain no larger than an average orange, Dr. Berger said, indicated that the species evolved near or at the root of the Homo genus, meaning it must be in excess of 2.5 million to 2.8 million years old. Geologists think the cave is no older than three million years.负责分析纳勒迪人化石的研究人员还没测定出化石的年代,由于洞穴内的沉积物混杂在一起,化石周围亦没有其他动物遗骸,因此年代测定会很困难。伯杰说,从一些原始的解剖构造看,比如顶多只有普通橙子大小的大脑,此物种已演化到接近或到达人属之初,也就是说肯定超过了250到280万年。地质学家认为洞穴的存在时间不会超过300万年。The field work and two years of analysis for Dr. Berger’s latest discovery were supported by the University of the Witwatersrand, the National Geographic Society and the South African Department of Science and Technology/National Research Foundation. In addition to the journal articles, the findings will be featured in the October issue of National Geographic Magazine and in a two-hour NOVA/National Geographic documentary to air Wednesday on PBS.伯杰此次新发现的实地工作及两年的分析工作均由金山大学、国家地理学会(National Geographic Society)和南非科学与技术部(South African Department of Science and Technology)/南非国家研究基金会(South Africa National Research Foundation)提供持。除学术论文外,此次发现还会出现在《国家地理杂志》(National Geographic Magazine)的10月号以及一部2小时的NOVA/国家地理纪录片中,纪录片将于周三在PBS播出。Scientists on the discovery team and those not involved in the research noted the mosaic of contrasting anatomical features, including more modern-looking jaws and teeth and feet, that warrant the hominin’s placement as a species in the genus Homo, not Australopithecus, the genus that includes the famous Lucy species that lived 3.2 million years ago. The hands of the newly discovered specimens reminded some scientists of the earliest previously identified specimens of Homo habilis, who were apparently among the first toolmakers.研究团队及没有参与研究的科学家都注意到,新物种包含了一些迥异的解剖特征,包括较像现代人的下颚、牙齿和脚,这就明应该被归为人属的人亚族物种,而非生活在320万年前的南方古猿属,也就是著名的露西(Lucy)所在的属。新发现物种标本中的手令一些科学家想起了此前已知最早的能人(Homo habilis)标本,而能人看来是最早开始制作工具的物种。At a news conference on Wednesday, John Hawks of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, a senior author of the paper describing the new species, said it was “unlike any other species seen before,” noting that a small skull with a brain one-third the size of modern human braincases was perched atop a very slender body. An average H. naledi was about five feet tall and weighed almost 100 pounds, he said.在周三的一场新闻发布会上,论文资深作者、威斯康星大学麦迪逊分校(University of Wisconsin, Madison)的约翰·霍克斯(John Hawks)说,该物种“不像我们之前见过的任何物种”,指出该物种在非常苗条的身体上有一个很小的头骨,以及只有现代人脑壳三分之一大小的大脑。他说,一个普通的纳勒迪人身高大概5尺(约合1.51米),体重将近100磅(约45公斤)。Tracy Kivell of the University of Kent, in England, an associate of Dr. Berger’s team, was struck by H. naledi’s “extremely curved fingers, more curved than almost any other species of early hominin, which clearly demonstrates climbing capabilities.”伯杰研究团队成员、英格兰肯特大学(University of Kent)的翠西·凯威尔(Tracy Kivell)说, 让她十分惊讶的是,纳勒迪人“有极度弯曲的手指,比任何早期人亚族物种都要弯,清楚地表明了他们的攀爬能力。”William Harcourt-Smith of Lehman College of the City University of New York, a researcher at the American Museum of Natural History, led the analysis of the feet of the new species, which he said are “virtually indistinguishable from those of modern humans.” These feet, combined with its long legs, suggest that H. naledi was well suited for upright long-distance walking, Dr. Harcourt-Smith said.纽约城市大学李曼学院的威廉·哈考特-史密斯(William Harcourt-Smith)亦是美国自然历史物馆的研究员,他负责对该新物种的脚展开研究,他说他们的脚“与现代人的双脚基本上没分别。”结合他们的长腿,他认为纳勒迪人完全适合长时间直立行走。In an accompanying commentary in the journal, Chris Stringer, a paleoanthropologist at the Natural History Museum in London, found overall similarities between the new species and fossils from Dmanisi, in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, dated to about 1.8 million years ago. The Georgian specimens are usually assigned to an early variety of Homo erectus.在期刊随附的一篇中,伦敦自然历史物馆(Natural History Museum in London)的古人类学家克里斯·斯特林格(Chris Stringer)发现,新物种大致上与前苏联格鲁吉亚共和国境内的德马尼西(Dmanisi)发现的化石近似,后者能追溯到约180万年前。格鲁吉亚标本通常被归类为早期直立人(Homo erectus)的一个变种。 /201509/398466

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