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Ladies and gentlemen, Never before have we had so many different ways to talk to one another.女士们,先生们。我们同彼此交流的途径从未像今天这样多元化。In the distant past, written documents would be carried by hand across thousands of miles from China to Western Europe.在遥远的古代,人么需要亲手将书面文件从中国运送到数千里外的西欧。Today, we access knowledge from all over the world, through our mobile phones, at the tap of a key.如今我们可以通过手机上的一个按键,获取来自全世界的知识。Wherever you are watching this programme—whether in this hall, at work, with your friends, or at home with your families; Xiexie (thank you)无论你们在哪里收看这期节目,是今天在这座大厅里,还是正在工作,是跟朋友在一起,还是在家中陪伴着家人。Hen gaoxing he ni jianmian (Im pleased to meet you)谢谢,很高兴和你们见面。Thank you for welcoming me into your homes.感谢你们欢迎我来到你们的家。Many of the most important conversations we have in our lives, take place in the family home.我们人生中很多最重要的谈话都是在家中发生的。The home is where we learn from our parents and grandparents,家是我们向父母与祖父母学习的地方。teach our own children, and share our stories and hopes for the future.是我们教育子女的地方,是我们分享人生故事、共同憧憬未来的地方。It is where many of our ideas and values are first kindles.它是我们许多理念与价值,初次被点燃的地方。In that spirit, there is one subject I believe we have to discuss, around our family tables and across the generations.本着这一精神,我相信有一个主题是我们必须要在家中餐桌旁,几代人共同讨论的。It concerns the future, and I know the Chinese are a far-sighted people.它关乎未来,而我知道中国人民是充满远见的。It concerns particularly the environment, and I know that protecting Chinas rich and beautiful natural heritage is important to all Chinese families.它尤为关乎我们的环境,而我知道保护中国富饶又美丽的环境遗产对所有中国家庭来说都是重要的议题。It is the mass destruction and trafficking of iconic endangered species.现在我们需要探讨一下大规模杀伤和贩运标志性濒危物种的话题了。And it is time to talk about the growing human demand for illegal wildlife products that drives the trade and makes it profitable.我们需要探讨一下,正是因为人们对这些濒危物种制品的需求不断增加才驱动了贩卖野生动植物的交易,提高了它的经济价值。201601/419587Hi, everybody. Im speaking to you today from Springfield, Illinois. I spent eight years in the State Senate here. It was a place where, for all our surface differences in a state as diverse as Illinois, my colleagues and I actually shared a lot in common. We fought for our principles, and voted against each other, but because we assumed the best in one another, not the worst, we found room for progress. We bridged differences to get things done. In my travels through this state, I saw most Americans do the same. Folks know that issues are complicated, and that people with different ideas might have a point. It convinced me that if we just approached our politics the same way we approach our daily lives, with common sense, a commitment to fairness, and the belief that were all in this together, and theres nothing we cant do. Thats why I announced, right here, in Springfield that I was running for President. And my faith in the generosity and fundamental goodness of the American people is rewarded and affirmed every single day. But Ill be the first to admit that the tone of our politics hasnt gotten better, but worse. Too many people feel like the system is rigged, and their voices dont matter. And when good people are pushed away from participating in our public life, more powerful and extreme voices will fill the void. Theyll be the ones who gain control over decisions that could send a young soldier to war, or allow another economic crisis, or roll back the rights that generations of Americans have fought to secure. The good news is: theres also a lot we can do about this, from reducing the influence of money in our politics, to changing the way we draw congressional districts, to simply changing the way we treat each other. Thats what I came back here to talk about this week. And I hope you check out my full speech at WhiteHouse.gov. One thing I focused on, for example, was how we can make voting easier, not harder, and modernize it for the way we live now. Here in Illinois, a new law allows citizens to register and vote at the polls on Election Day. It also expands early voting, which makes it much easier for working folks and busy parents. Were also considering automatic voter registration for every citizen when they apply for a drivers license. And Im calling on more states to adopt steps like these. Because when more of us vote, the less captive our politics will be to narrow interests – and the better our democracy will be for our children. Nine years after I first announced for this office, I still believe in a politics of hope. And for all the challenges of a changing world; for all the imperfections of our democracy; choosing a politics of hope is something thats entirely up to each of us. Thanks, everybody.201602/427987

First lady of the ed States of America美利坚合众国第一夫人Mrs. Michelle Obama米歇尔.奥巴马夫人Oh, my goodness哦 我的天啊Good morning早上好I am so happy to be here with you all我很高兴同大家一起聚到这里Im proud to be here in the Big Easy我很荣幸能来到大快活城新奥尔良Look at you all看看你们所有人You look good你们看起来很棒Thank you谢谢I want to start by thanking Nicole for that very kind introduction我想首先感谢妮可 谢谢她友善的介绍and for sharing her story which也谢谢她分享她的故事is not too unfamiliar to me这在我看来 感同身受They told me I couldnt be where I am too原来也有人说我做不到现在的成就So I want to thank Nicole. Im proud of her我要感谢妮可 我为她感到自豪Thank you for the selfie谢谢你的自拍照I think thats the first selfie Ive done at a commencement这应该是我在毕业典礼上的首张自拍照So Nicole, youre my first妮可 你是我的第一次And of course I want to thank Dillard University choir当然 我还要感谢迪拉德大学合唱团201503/363165Google had no business units Google就没有业务部so what was there to generally manage? 那要我去总管什么呢?And the job was several levels lower 何况那职位than jobs I was being offered at other companies 比我在其他公司得到的offers都要低好几级So I sat down with Eric Schmidt 后来我和当时刚刚上任的CEOwho had just become the CEO 艾里克·施密特见了面and I showed him the spsheet and I said 我给他看了我的列表 我说this job meets none of my criteria 这份工作完全不合我的选择标准He put his hand on my spsheet and he looked at me and said 他用手按住我的表格 看着我说Dont be an idiot 不要犯傻Excellent career advice 极佳的职业忠告And then he said, Get on a rocket ship 然后他说 重要的是坐上火箭When companies are growing quickly and having a lot of impact 当公司在飞速发展而产生很大影响力时careers take care of themselves 事业自然也会突飞猛进And when companies arent growing quickly 当公司发展较慢时or their missions dont matter as much 或者公司前景一般时thats when stagnation and politics come in 停滞和办公室政治就会出现If youre offered a seat on a rocket ship 如果你得到了坐上火箭的机会dont ask what seat. Just get on 别管是什么位置 上去就行About six and one-half years later 大概六年半之后when I was leaving Google 当我要离开Google的时候I took that advice to heart 我记住了这句忠告I was offered CEO jobs at a bunch of companies 当时好几家公司请我去做CEObut I went to Facebook as COO 但是我去了Facebook做COO(首席运营官)At the time people said 那时有人问你why are you going to work for a 23-year-old? 为什么要去给一个23岁的年轻人打工?The traditional metaphor for careers is a ladder 职业发展通常会被比作爬阶梯but I no longer think that metaphor holds 但我认为这个比喻不再恰当了It just doesnt make sense 在越来越扁平的世界里in a less hierarchical world 这种说法是没有意义的When I was first at Facebook 我刚到Facebook的时候a woman named Lori Goler, a 1997 graduate of HBS 97届HBS的校友Lori Golerwas working in marketing at eBay 还在eBay做市场营销and I knew her kind of socially 我和认识了她 并且知道她善于交际She called me and she said 她打电话给我说I want to think about you know talk with you 我想和你谈谈about coming to work with you at Facebook 到Facebook和你一起工作的事So I thought about calling you 我想到给你打电话and telling you all the things Im good at and all the things I like to do 和你说我有哪些特长以及我想做的事情But I figured that everyone is doing that 但我知道所有人都会这样说201511/409493Wael is from Syria.瓦伊尔来自叙利亚Hes firsthand experiencing the misery, fear and failure imposed on his country.他正亲身感受着他的国家所遭受的痛苦、恐惧和失败。Hes a big believer in education.他是教育的忠实信徒。He knew that if he would find an opportunity for higher education,an opportunity to get ahead of the rest,he has a better chance to survive in a world turned upside down. 他知道,如果他能找到接受高等教育的机会,一个能超过别人的机会,他就更有可能在一个颠倒混乱的世界里生存下来。The higher education system failed Patrick, Debbie and Wael,exactly as it is failing millions of potential students,millions that graduate high school,millions that are qualified for higher education,millions that want to study yet cannot access for various reasons. 高等教育体系辜负了帕特里克、黛比和瓦伊尔,正如它也辜负了数百万的潜在的学生,数百万的高中毕业生,数百万有资格接受高等教育的学生,数百万学生想要学习却因为各种原因无法实现。First, financial.首先,经济上的原因。Universities are expensive. We all know it.大学是昂贵的,我们都知道这一点。In large parts of the world,higher education is unattainable for an average citizen. 在世界上的很多地方,对于普通民众来说,高等教育无法企及This is probably the biggest problem facing our society.这个可能是我们社会所面临的最大的问题。Higher education stopped being a right for all and became a privilege for the few.高等教育不再是所有人的权力,而是成为一种少数人的特权。Second, cultural.第二,文化上的原因。Students who are qualified for higher education,can afford, want to study, cannot because it is not decent,it is not a place for a woman.合格的、能负担得起的、想要学习的学生,却无法得到高等教育,因为它不得体,它不是女人可以去的地方。This is the story of countless women in Africa, for example,prevented from higher education because of cultural barriers.比如,在非洲,无数的女性,由于文化上的阻隔而无法得到高等教育。And here comes the third reason:第三条原因:UNESCO stated that in 2025,100 million students will be deprived from higher education simply because there will not be enough seats to accommodate them, to meet the demand.联合国教科文组织声明,到2025年,将有1亿学生被剥夺高等教育的机会,仅仅是因为没有那么多的座位来容纳他们,来满足需求。They will take a placement test,they will pass it,but they still wont have access because there are no places available.他们会参加程度测验,他们会通过测验,但是他们仍无法得到教育,因为没有足够的位置。201507/389651

无论老天赋予你什么样的天赋,或者给让你经历什么样的苦难,都不要放弃做自己的机会,每一个人都是不一样的,相信自己。My name is Olive.我的名字是奥利弗Due to a rare congenital condition,I have very small hands.由于一种罕见的先天因素,我的两只手非常的小As a youngster, I used anything to hide my hands from you.青少年时期,在人前我总是把双手藏起来Tenpin bowling was impossible.打保龄球是不可能的Piano lessons were utterly humiliating.上钢琴课也非常的丢人After a dance, a girl once like the experience to holding the paw of a weasel.舞会后,女孩感觉是握着黄鼠狼的爪子When I had decided to put an end to myself,my finger didnt reach the trigger.就连当我决定结束自己生命的时候,我的手指都够不到扳机So I prayed for a purposive life.所以我祈祷能得到一个有意义的人生Suddenly,I was overcome with an urge to sew.突然之间,我禁不住想要缝东西My stitches were so small and undetected.我的针脚如此的小以至于察觉不到They will go unnoticed to the untrained.以至于人们都看不到瑕疵Soon ,my new-found became famous across the land.不久我的这项新技能就让我家喻户晓了Girls liked me.女孩们开始喜欢我了And it wasnt long before the makers of the worlds finest clothes offered me a position in their workshop.不久之后世界上最顶级的裁缝们也在他们的工作室里为我留了一个位子I’ve been hired here for ten years this August.到今年八月份,我已经被这个工作室雇佣十年了Here Im not treated as a freak,but as a hero.在这里,我不是被当成一个怪物,而是一个英雄And no longer do I feel cursed,I feel blessed.我也不再觉得自己是被诅咒的,相反,我觉得我是被神祝福的201305/241697I think I guess it was at that point when your trustees decided to give me their highest honor. Doctor of Laws, wow! I know its an honor, and it really is an honor, but are you sure? Doctor of Law, --you know, all I can think about is the laws Ive broken. Yes! Laws of nature, laws of physics, laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and on a memorable night in the late seventies, I think it was Newtons law of motion... sickness. But, no, its true, my resume s like a rap sheet. I have to come clean. Ive broke a lot of laws, and the ones I havent Ive certainy thought about. I have sinned in thought, word, and deed--and God forgive me. Actually God forgave me. But why would you? Im here getting a doctorate, getting respectable, getting in the good graces of the powers that be. I hope it sends you students a powerful message: Crime does pay.我想就是在那一刻你们学院的理事长决定授予我他们的最高荣誉法学士!哇,太棒了。我知道这只是一种荣誉,它也的确是一种荣誉,但你们相信吗?法学士——提到这个,我所有能想到的就是我所违反过的法则。是的!自然法则,物理定律,宾夕法尼亚州的法律,还有在70年代末一个难忘的夜晚我所违反的法则,我想应该是牛顿的运动定律吧,我生病了,真糟糕!但这是真的,我的简历简直就像警局所存的前科档案。我必须承认,我违反了很多法律,而那些我没有违反的,也曾在我的考虑之内。我在思想、语言和行为上犯过错——上帝原谅我吧!事实上,上帝已经宽恕了我。但是你们为什么要授予我此学位呢?我在这里获得了士学位,赢得了尊重,受到了这一切带给我的恩惠。我希望传递给你们学生一个有力量的信息:犯了罪是一定会受到惩罚的。So I humbly accept the honor, keeping in mind the words of a British playwright, John Mortimer, it was, ;No brilliance is needed in the law. Nothing but common sense and relatively clean fingernails.; Well, at best Ive got one of the two of those.因此,我满怀谦恭地接受这一荣誉,并且牢记英国剧作家约翰·莫蒂默所说的话:“遵守法律不需要卓越的才华,只需要拥有常识和相对干净的手指甲。”我顶多只具备其中的一个条件。 /201312/267237

After all, I dont know if youve seen it 我不知道你们见过这个没有This weeks Time Magazine called you 本周的时代杂志把你们称作lazy entitled narcissists 懒惰的自恋狂who are part of the Me Me Me Generation你们是;我我我一代;的一部分So self obsessed, tweeting your Vines 如此自我沉醉 用推特发送Vinehashtagging your Spotifys 为Spotify加标签and Snapchatting your YOLOs 对YLO使用Snapchatyour generation needs everything to be about you 你们这一代需要一切都围绕着你们And thats very upsetting to us baby boomers 这让我们婴儿潮这一代很不爽because self-absorption is kind of our thing因为自我陶醉本应是我们的东西We are the original ;Me Generation; 我们是最初的;自我一代;We made the last 50 years all about us 我们让过去50年都围绕着我们We took all the money 我们赚了所有的钱we soaked up all the government services 我们攫取了所有的政府务and weve deep fried nearly everything in the ocean 我们炸透了几乎海洋里的一切It may seem that all thats left for you is unpaid internships 似乎留给你们的只剩下没有工钱的实习Monday to Tuesday mail delivery 周一到周二的邮件递送and thanks to global warming 还有得益于全球变暖soon semester at sea 很快 海上学期will mean sailing the coast of Ohio 就会成为沿俄亥俄洲海岸航行Now in our defence, in my generations defence 下面为我们这一代人辩护how were we supposed to know that you were coming? 我们怎么知道你们正继往开来We thought it went like this 我们以为是像这样Every successive generation of mankind一代人接一代人and then us 然后是我们roll credits这就完了but while 不过 虽然we may be leaving you with an economy 我们留给你们的经济环境with fewer job opportunities for the new graduate to slip into 对于新毕业生而言 工作机会可能确实更少了while traditional paths may seem harder to find 虽然传统工作似乎更难寻找了that also means 但这也意味着that you may learn sooner than most generations the hard lesson 你们能够比其他很多代人 更快学到艰难的一课that you must always make the path for yourself 也就是 你必须为自己铺平道路201603/430029After another two hours of hiking, the winding trail abruptly ended at a clearing, and before us was a mass of holes that could fit into the size of a football field,又走了两个小时蜿蜒的小径戛然而止,我们面前的空地上出现了一大片坑洞,每个都有一个橄榄球场那么大,and all of them were full of enslaved people laboring.每个坑洞里都有奴隶在工作。Many women had children strapped to their backs while they were panning for gold,很多妇女还背着自己的小孩他们在淘金,wading in water poisoned by mercury.在被汞污染的脏水里行走。Mercury is used in the extraction process.汞是用来提取金子的。These miners are enslaved in a mine shaft in another part of Ghana.这些人被奴役在加纳的另一处矿井里。When they came out of the shaft, they were soaking wet from their own sweat.当她们走出矿井时全身汗湿。I remember looking into their tired, bloodshot eyes,我记得他们布满红血丝的眼睛里充满疲惫,for many of them had been underground for 72 hours.其中很多人已在井下工作72个小时。The shafts are up to 300 feet deep, and they carry out heavy bags of stone that later will be transported,这些井有差不多有90多米深他们抬出来装满重石的袋子,to another area, where the stone will be pounded so that they can extract the gold.这些石头被运送到另外一个区域被捣碎以便提取金子。At first glance, the pounding site seems full of powerful men, but when we look closer,乍看之下,砸石场的男人个个健壮,但我们凑近了却发现,we see some less fortunate working on the fringes,一些在边缘地带的工人身有残疾,and children too.还有一些小孩。All of them are victim to injury, illness and violence.他们都是伤病暴力的受害者。In fact, its very likely that this muscular person will end up like this one here, racked with tuberculosis and mercury poisoning in just a few years.事实上,这些肌肉强健的男人,若干年后很有可能会跟这个人一样被汞中毒和肺结核苦苦折磨。201510/403598The Chinese leadership would need to be even more far-sighted than President Obama. They are in the drivers seat and if they moved towards a more open society they would have to give up some of their privileges. Right now, the Chinese public is willing to subordinate individual freedom to political stability and economic advancement, but that may not continue indefinitely. Corruption is a big problem and China needs the rule of law so that citizens can criticize the government and prevent it from abusing its powers.中国领导人将需要比奥巴马总统更有远见。他们把握着发展方向,如果他们建设一个更开放的社会,他们就必须放弃一些特权。目前,中国大众还愿意将政治稳定和经济发展置于个人自由之上,但是,这种状况可能不会无限期持续下去。腐败是一个大问题,中国需要法律规范以确保公民有权监督政府,防止其滥用职权。And China needs to become a more open society in order to be acceptable to the rest of the world. The rest of the world will never subordinate the freedom of the individual to the prosperity of the Chinese state. As China is becoming a world leader, it must learn to pay more attention to the opinion of the rest of the world. But all this may be happening too fast for the Chinese leadership to adjust to it. Hopefully, the Chinese leadership will rise to the occasion. It is no exaggeration to say that the future of the world depends on it. Thank you.而且,中国需要建设一个更为开放的社会,以便能被世人所接受。世界其他国家决不会把中国的繁荣置于个人自由之上。随着中国世界领袖地位的确立,中国必须学会更多地关注其他国家的看法。但所有这些可能都来得太快,使中国领导人很难调整和适应。希望中国领导人能够对此应付自如。毫不夸张地说,世界的未来依赖于中国。谢谢。201410/332711

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