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A Present凯特的礼物  Kate: Mom, do you know what I#39;m going to give you for your birthday?凯特:妈妈,你知道我要给你一件什么生日礼物吗?Mom: No, Honey, what?妈妈:不知道,宝贝,是什么呀?Kate: A nice teapot.凯特:一把漂亮的茶壶。Mom: But I#39;ve got a nice teapot.妈妈:可是我已经有一把漂亮的茶壶了呀。Kate: No, you haven#39;t. I#39;ve just dropped it.凯特:不,你没有了。我刚刚把它给摔了。 /201206/185573

Rope or Ox?绳子还是公牛? The man in the prison asked a new comer why he was sent there. The new comer answered,; I am out of luck, I think. A few days ago I was walking in the street when I saw a piece of dirty rope. I thought nobody wanted it and so I picked it up and took it home.;  在监狱里,一个人问新来的犯人为什么被关进来。新来的犯人回答说:“我想我真是倒霉。几天前我在街上走的时候,看到一根脏绳子,以为没人要了,便捡起来带了回家。”;But it is not against the law to pick up a piece of rope and take home.;  “但是,捡一根绳子带回家并不犯法啊!”;I told you I had bad luck, didn#39;t I?; the man sighed, ;The trouble is that I didn#39;t notice there was an ox at the other end of that rope.;  “我告诉过你我倒霉了吧?”那个人叹了口气,“麻烦的就是我没有注意到绳子的那一头还有一头公牛。”内容来自: /201206/185839

When you look for a job you probably take salary, location and chance for advancement into consideration. Most people don’t stop to consider that they should be choosing a career based on the type of person they are. You are going to spend a large part of your life at work—you should choose a career that is compatible with which personality you really are.These personality types were developed by career psychologist John Holland, who identifies six general types of people. Here are some basic personality types and careers that go with them:1.Realistic PersonalitiesIf you are a realistic personality you are hands-on, practical and straightforward. No beating around the bush for you!#8226; Civil Engineers #8226; Surveyors #8226; Computer Support Specialists #8226; Electrician#8226; Orthodontist现实派土木工程师鉴定员电脑工程师电工牙医 /201001/94334

  

  South Korea has appointed a team of people to scan the internet for suicide-related material as part of a move to cut suicide rates.韩国已指派一组人员在网络中搜查与自杀相关的材料,这是为降低自杀率而采取的行动之一。The 100-strong group of watchdogs is made up of a cross-section of society, including students, housewives and mental health specialists.这个由100人组成的监察小组来自社会各界,包括学生、家庭主妇和心理健康专家。South Korea has one of the highest suicide rates in the world, with 40 people taking their own lives each day.韩国是全世界自杀率最高的国家之一,平均每天有40人自杀。The government says a rise in harmful web material is a contributing factor.韩国政府认为,网络有害内容增多导致了自杀率的上升。The watchdogs will monitor blogs and social media sites for any material that helps or encourages people to plan their own deaths.监察小组将监视客和社交网站,搜寻那些帮助或鼓励人们策划自杀的内容。It is thought young people often trawl the internet for companions with whom to make pacts.据认为,年轻人经常在网上寻找同伴相约一起自杀。A Seoul city government spokesman told the South Korean news agency Yonhap that suicide ;is no longer an individual problem but rather a social issue that we must all take part in to resolve;.首尔市政府的一名发言人告诉韩国联合通讯社说,自杀“不再是一种个人问题,而成了我们都必须参与进来共同解决的社会问题”。There are five times as many suicides in South Korea as there were a generation ago, according to the government.根据政府数据,韩国现在的自杀率是二三十年前的五倍。Many blame the rise on the country#39;s high-pressure education system, as many of those who commit suicide are students, says the B#39;s Lucy Williamson in Seoul.住在首尔的英国广播公司的露西#8226;威廉森说,许多人将自杀率上升归咎于韩国高压的教育制度,因为许多自杀者都是学生。Others believe the rise is a result of the country#39;s rapid economic growth, which has led to some of the longest working hours in the developed world, she says.她说,还有许多人认为自杀率上升是韩国经济快速增长的结果,经济发展导致韩国成为发达国家中工作时间最长的国家之一。Over the last year, various schemes have been introduced to try to reduce the figures.去年韩国推行了各种方案,以试图减少自杀人数。Phones linked to emergency helplines have been installed on Seoul#39;s major bridges, and a team of rescue workers patrol the Han River.首尔主要的大桥上都安装了紧急呼救电话,汉江上也有一队救援人员在巡逻。 /201206/185918。

  

  History tells us that the origin of Santa Claus begins in the 4th century with Saint Nicholas, Bishop of Myra (an area in present day Turkey). One of the legends tells about that he acquired a fortune when his parents died while he was still in his teens. By nature St.Nicholas was a generous and honest man, particularly devoted to children. He also cared deeply for the poor. He brought various gifts, money and other useful items to the houses of the poor. He did this at night, and in secrecy, so that no one knew, as he wanted no glory, he just wanted to help people. He became widely known for his generosity.There is one famous legend about Saint Nicholas. The story tells of Nicholas hearing one day of three beautiful sisters who lived in a miserable hut on the edge of Myra. The three sisters were very poor. They could barely earn enough to keep themselves and their old mother from starving to death. When Nicholas heard of their plight, he was very concerned. He decided to do something to help them.One night, when everyone was asleep, Nicholas crept through the streets to the edge of town. Quietly, he tiptoed up to the hut where the three sisters lived. He climbed onto the roof and dropped three bags of gold through the hole in the roof where the smoke from the fire came out. Now it so happened that the three sisters has washed their stockings before they went to bed. The stockings has been hung by the fire to dry. When Nicholas dropped the gold through the smoke hole, each bag of gold fell into a stocking.The three sisters were overjoyed to find three bags of gold in their stockings when they woke up the next morning. Soon, the story began to sp. Other people began to hang up stockings in the hope of finding bags of gold when they woke up in the morning. From this legend sprang the custom of hanging stockings up by the chimney on Christmas Eve. Over the years, Saint Nicholas became associated with Christmas.After his death around 350 A.D. he was buried in Myra, but in 1087 Italian sailors purportedly stole his remains and removed them to Bari, Italy, greatly increasing St. Nicholas' popularity throughout Europe. His kindness and reputation for generosity and love for children gave rise to claims that he could perform miracles and devotion to him increased. St. Nicholas became the patron saint of Russia, where he was famous for his red cape, flowing white beard, and bishop's mitre. In Greece, he is the patron saint of sailors; in France he was the patron of lawyers, and in Belgium the patron of children and travelers. The Dutch kept the legend of St. Nicholas alive. In 16th century Holland, Dutch children would place their wooden shoes by the hearth in hopes that they would be filled with a treat and goodies. /200904/67660无论是意志刚强的战时总统罗斯福,还是零九年焦点人物奥巴马,美国总统展现给世人的总是威严庄重的形象。然而私底下他们也有不为人知的柔情的一面,白宫种类繁多的宠物就是最好的明。从聪明的拉布拉多犬到可爱的小猫崽,让我们来看看白宫的“第一宠物”如何“叱咤风云”。 When Barack Obama won his bid for the presidency, he promised his daughters that they could choose a puppy. One of the concerns is that Malia Obama has allergies. The family chose a hypoallergenic Portuguese Water Dog with encouragement from Senator Ted Kennedy, who presented the first family with the dog as a gift. The puppy received his current name from president Obama's two daughters, Malia and Sasha, in part after their cousin's cat and Michelle Obama's father's nickname Diddley; the dog is a manesake of deceased singer Bo Diddley. 贝拉克#8226;奥巴马赢得总统大选后,答应两个女儿领养一只小。考虑到玛莉亚#8226;奥巴马有过敏症,第一家庭选择了一只不易引起过敏的葡萄牙水犬,这是参议员泰德#8226;肯尼迪送给第一家庭的礼物。小现在的名字是奥巴马总统的两个女儿玛莉亚和萨沙取得,一般取自她们表的一只叫“波”德猫,另一半取自米歇尔#8226;奥巴马父亲的绰号“迪德利”,于是这只便与一位已故的歌手同名,叫做“波#8226;迪德利”。 /201108/146738While it#39;s true that we all have the same amount of time in each day, there are ways we can better use the time we have to make it feel like we have more of it. That#39;s why others are able to get more out of their day than others.虽然我们每个人每天的时间都是一样的,但总有让我们更好利用时间的办法,来让我们比别人拥有更多的时间。这也就是为什么有些人一天之内做的事可以比其他人多。But there#39;s no reason why we all can#39;t have the appearance of more hours and minutes in our day. It just takes implementing a few simple tips each and every day to see that it happens. Here are 6 tips that you can use to get more time out of your day — and get more time on your side as a result.但我们绝对不可能真正去给一天增加几个小时抑或几分钟,我们只要用几个简单的小贴士看看每天都会发生什么变化。下面是六个贴士能让你从一天中挤出更多的时间——也就是为自己争取更多的时间。1. Check email less少看邮件Email is one of the greatest time sucks that we have coming at us every day of the week. If we treated it more like the mail it was meant to replace (snail mail) and not like a command or an order, we#39;d be able to save tons of time sticking to the task at hand and not diverting our attention to our inboxes.邮件是最能会让我们的时间不断流失的东西。如果我们只是把它当做是一封信而不是一个命令或者要求,我们就有更多的时间去完成手头上的事情,而不是把注意力始终放在收件箱上。Create a rule for yourself — and everyone that corresponds with you via email — that you are going to limit the amount of times you check email per day. Be ruthless about it. If someone really needs to get a hold of you, there#39;s always instant messaging or the telephone. Set some standards to live by with your email management and you#39;ll find you#39;ll more hours to live with in the end.为自己和那些与你通过邮件联系的人定条规定吧:你要去控制每天查阅邮件的时间。神经大条一点,如果有人真的需要找到你,还有即时通讯工具和电话。制定一些合理安排邮件时间的标准,你会发现自己拥有了更多的时间。2. Plan the night before头一天晚上提前做好计划Take some time the night before — or even at the end of your work day — to map out what you plan to do the next day. Doing this will accomplish two things:在之前的晚上花点时间——或者是在自己工作日结束的时候——去给自己第二天需要做什么制定一个计划。这样可以帮助你达到两件事:It will remove the mental clutter from your head so you can leave all of your work for the day behind until the following day.这可以让你把脑袋清空,把工作的事情完全留到第二个工作日去解决。It will allow you to come in the next day and know exactly where to start; no more slow starts to the day…just action.这让你在第二天可以很清楚的知道从哪开始工作,而不会花时间延误,只需要做就够了。3. Don#39;t fight your body clock不要打乱自己的生物钟If you#39;re an early riser, great. If you#39;re a night owl, that#39;s fine. Just don#39;t try to change that unless you absolutely have to for reasons that can#39;t be avoided.如果你习惯于早起,很好。如果你是个夜猫子,也没问题。除非有什么不可避免的因素迫使你不得不打乱,请不要试着去改变。Night owls and early risers are equally productive; they just produce the results at different times of the day. For example, I#39;m writing this piece at nearly midnight, just as my creative juices are beginning to wind down for the night. Other writers may have aly gone to bed well before this time and are up at the crack of dawn to tackle their next work. I#39;ve tried to fight my body clock more times than I#39;d like to recall — and it isn#39;t worth the battle. go with the flow on this one — you#39;ll be better off for it and so will your work.夜猫子和早起者的效率都是十分高的,他们只是在一天的不同时间段进行工作。例如,我在接近午夜的时候写着这篇东西,我的创作灵感也是在晚上不断涌现。其他作家也许早就已经上床睡觉了,在黎明破晓之前就起床开始他们的工作。我曾经试图去打破自己的生物钟——但实际是毫无意义的,就顺着你的生物钟就好——这对于你和你的工作来说都会很好。 /201204/178065

  Excuse for SpeedingHarry and Lloyd were speeding down the road. A police car pulled them over.;Why on earth were you driving so fast?; the policeman yelled.Our brakes are no good-so we wanted to get there before we had an accident!超速的理由哈里与劳埃德超速行驶,一辆警车拦住了他们。;你们为什么开那么快?;警官喊道。我们的刹车不好,因此我们想在发生事故前赶紧到达目的地。

  One of the most important habits in life is to feed your mind with positive mental food. Remember, you are very susceptible to the suggested influences in your environment, whether radio, television, newspapers, magazines, billboards or conversations with other people. Your mind is your most important and precious asset. You must protect it and keep it clean, clear and focused on what you want, rather than allowing it to be polluted by the negative influences around you.生活中最重要的习惯之一就是要经常为自己补充积极的精神食粮。要记住,你对周围的环境非常敏感,无论是收音机、报纸、电视、杂志、广告或与他人的对话,都会对你产生很大影响。你的心灵是你最重要和珍贵的资产,你必须尽力保护,维持其纯净清明。同时要专注于自己向往的事物,不受消极因素的影响。Refuse to watch terror or trash on television. Refuse to about all the murders, robberies, rapes and tragedies in the newspapers. Refuse to listen to endless hours of mindless radio commentary on all the problems in the modern world. Refuse to engage in endless conversations with people about all the political and social problems in your nation or community. Keep your mind clean, clear, positive and free.拒绝收看电视渲染的暴力和色情,拒绝阅读报纸上有关谋杀、抢劫、强奸的报道,拒绝收音机里滔滔不绝的无意义时事,拒绝参与对于政治和社会的无休止辩论。保持你的心灵纯净、清明、积极且自由自在。Not only do you become what you think about, but also you become what you feed into your mind on a regular basis. If you want to be positive, optimistic and happy, continually feed your mind with positive books and articles, positive audio learning programs, positive input and information from other experts in your field, and positive conversations with other optimistic goal-oriented people who are going somewhere with their lives.你是自己思想的产物,也是心灵食粮的产物。如果你希望自己积极、乐观、快乐,必须为自己补充“心灵维他命”,这包括积极的书籍和文章、积极的语音课程节目、专家的专业知识分享,或是经常与乐观的人沟通对话。 /201104/130285

  It#39;s been long said that the year 2012 will see the end of the world. The movie 2012 even makes an attempt to show us the catastrophic events leading up t0 the worldwide disaster, and a modern version of Noah#39;s Ark, a ship in Tibet where people will be safe. While tickets for the movie ship cost a billion Euros each, in real life they can be purchased for less than Ivy League schools produce a disproportionate amount of corporate leaders, according to a U.S. News study of the educational backgrounds of 2010#39;s Fortune 500 CEOs (the magazine#39;s annual ranking of American corporations based on gross revenue).根据一份美国新闻关于全球五百强企业CEO的教育背景调查得出,常青藤名校产出了相当数量的商业领袖。(该杂志每年都会对于收入最高的美国商业公司进行排名。)Harvard University, Columbia University, and the University of Pennsylvania topped the list;the three schools cumulatively awarded 99 degrees to the executives. Large state institutions like the University of Wisconsin;Madison, the University of Michigan;Ann Arbor, and Ohio State University ranked highly as well, as each awarded at least 10 degrees to CEOs on Fortune#39;s list. Wisconsin stood out among its state school peers, granting 17 degrees to the CEOs, which put the school fourth overall, despite having an average U.S. News rank of 33 for the school#39;s undergraduate, business, and law programs. In the Fortune analysis, Wisconsin finished ahead of highly ranked schools like Stanford University, Dartmouth College, and Northwestern University.哈佛大学,哥伦比亚大学还有宾夕法尼亚大学在这个榜单中成为三强,他们一共产出了99位CEO。而那些大型的州立大学比如威斯康星麦迪逊大学和密歇根哈勃大学也名列前茅,这两所大学平均每所产出10个500强CEO。威斯康星大学在它的同类大学大众非常出众,它虽然在美国的法学院,商学院和本科生院的排名只有33名,但是它产出了17位CEO。在财富周刊的分析中,威斯康星大学比很多排名更好的大学做得好,比如像斯坦福大学,达特茅斯学院和西北大学。Last November, U.S. News took a look at the backgrounds of the CEOs of the top 100 companies on Fortune#39;s list. The new analysis of the larger pool weeded out some of the lower ranked schools like Auburn University (five degrees) and Southern Methodist University (seven degrees), which ranked highly in the Fortune 100 study.去年的9月份,美国新闻周刊调查了前百强公司CEO的教育背景。这份新的、数据更多得样本排除了一些排名比较低但是在前百名的调查中产出比较高的学校,比如像奥本大学,它产出了5位CEO;以及南卫理公会大学,它产出了7位CEO。 /201111/161641.5.都说2012年将会是世界末日。电影《2012》也为我们展示了导致全世界范围的灾难性的场景,还有现代版本的诺亚方舟,只有这艘位于西藏的大船才能确保人们安全。影片中一张船票的价格可是10亿欧元喔,但是在现实生活中,船票的价格仅仅只要不到0.5美元。Chinese online shopping portal, Taobao, has several online stores selling these counterfeit tickets at 3 RMB a piece. The tickets have been popular as a new year#39;s gift, a comical way of ensuring one#39;s safety in the face of the 2012 Armageddon. Thousands of tickets have been sold so far. Physical stores are printing up and selling these tickets, too. One store in Jiangsu has sold 2,500 train and ark tickets at 3 RMB each. Another one sold 1,700 Chinese Noah#39;s Ark passes in a month, at 2 RMB each.中国在线购物门户网站淘宝上的众多商铺开始出售虚拟船票,每张价格3元。把这种船票作为新年礼物非常流行,在面对2012世界末日时,以一种滑稽的方式确保人们安全。目前商家已经售出了几千张船票。实体店也在印刷和出售这些船票。江苏的一个商铺已经卖出了2500张火车和诺亚方舟的票,每张3元。还有一家商铺在一个月间卖出了1700张中国诺亚方舟船票,每张2元。Although there are several versions of the ticket, the information on all of them remains consistent ndash; the boarding time, which is midnight on December 21st 2012, and the boarding place, at Zhuo Ming Gu dock. This is the same information that is talked about in the movie 2012. Cabin seats and ticket numbers have also been included. To make the tickets look real, some stores have introduced ticketing systems that allow the customers to enter their name, nationality and other information on their tickets.尽管船票的版本有很多种,但是船票上的所有信息都保持一致;;登船2012年12月21日,登船地点:卓明谷码头。这个和影片《2012》中描述的一摸一样。舱位和座位号也标记在上面。为了让船票看起来逼真,一些商铺还引进了售票系统,允许客户在船票上键入他们的名字,国籍和其他信息。To make it seem even more authentic, some stores have put #39;must #39; information on their tickets, stating clearly that customers need to purchase the tickets with their own money and show appropriate bank asset proof. Greedy officials are warned against purchasing any tickets at all. A person cannot purchase more than 7 tickets, which must include their immediate family members. No mistresses/secretaries allowed, they insist.为了让船票看起来更加真实可信,一些商铺还把;必读;信息打印在船票上,上面清楚地说着,客户需要用自己的钱购买船票,并且出示适当的资产明。决不允许贪官购买船票。每个人不得购买包括直系亲属在内超过7张的船票。商家还坚持,拒不把船票出售给情人和小秘。Besides the tickets, people are queuing up to purchase other joke survival items such as earthquake first aid kits, rescue ropes, emergency medicine packages and Swiss Army Knives. Quite an innovative way to welcome 2012, wouldn#39;t you say?除了船票之外,人们还排队购买其他搞笑的生存物件,比如地震急救药箱,救援绳索,急诊医药包和瑞士军刀。的确是别出心裁迎接2012的到来啊,不是吗? /201201/168738。

  摘要:一项调查显示,大约51%的年轻女性希望通过手术来改善容貌,三分之一已经是12号尺码(英式,相当于大号)的妇女仍然认为自己过胖,几乎半数受访女性表示,她们曾放弃一餐来减肥,而8%的人曾通过让自己呕吐来减肥。Some 51% of young women would have surgery to improve their looks and a third of those who are a size 12 thinkthey are overweight, a survey suggests.B Radio 1's Newsbeat asked 25,000 people, mostly aged 17 to 34, how they felt about their bodies.Almost half the women surveyed said they had skipped a meal to lose weight, while 8% had made themselves sick.Eating disorder experts said it was "sad but not surprising" that young people felt and acted in such ways.The survey found two thirds of those who are size 14 also thought they were overweight or fat.Even with the celebrity emphasis on being size zero (UK size four), fewer than one in a hundred of those surveyed said they were that size.Given the choice of ultra-skinny, thin and curvaceous, both men and women rated a curvy Martine McCutcheon as having the best body.Half of the women questioned said there was "lots they would change" about their bodies--and more than 10% "hated" what they looked like.Many people said they were trying to change their looks.More than 20% of female respondents said that they were on a diet, compared with fewer than 10% of men.And more than 50% of female respondents said they would consider having plastic surgery, compared with less than a quarter of men.Breast enlargement was the most popular operation for women, while liposuction was the next most popular.Liposuction and nose jobs were the most common choices for men.The online survey found that even younger people had concerns over their looks.More than half of girls aged 12 to 16 felt that their body image either stops them from getting a boyfriend or from relaxing in a relationship.Young men also appear to feel the pressure to look good.About 20% of those in their early 20s said that they have taken protein supplements in a bid to help themselves bulk up, compared with 11% of over 35s.And when asked to rate photos of differently shaped male bodies, almost 80% of men and 65% of women favoured a very muscular physique.A spokeswoman for Beating Eating Disorders said there were an estimated 1.1 million people in the UK with eating disorders."Research says that typical age of onset for an eating disorder is 14 to 25. Young people are affected by many issues at this present time with issues such as exams, bullying, family pressures. /200904/68213

  Children Find Meaning In Old Family TalesWhen C. Stephen Guyer's three children were growing up, he told them stories about how his grandfather, a banker, lost all in the 1930s, but didn't lose sight of what he valued most. In one of the darkest times, Mr. Guyer says, when his grandfather was nearly broke, he loaded his family into the car and took them to see family members in Canada. The message: 'There are more important things in life than money,' says Mr. Guyer, of Littleton, Colo.The tale took on new relevance recently, when Mr. Guyer downsized to a small house from a more luxurious one. He was worried that his children, a daughter, 15, and twins, 22, would be upset. To his surprise, they weren't. Instead, their reaction echoed their great-grandfather's. 'What they care about,' Mr. Guyer says his children told him, 'is how warm are the people in the house, how much of their heart is accessible.'As parents cut budgets, many are finding family stories have surprising power to help children through hard times. Storytelling experts say the phenomenon reflects a growing national interest in telling tales, evidenced by a rise in storytelling events and festivals. New research bears out the value of family stories, linking teens' knowledge of them to better behavior and mental health.An Emory University study of 65 families with children ages 14 to 16 found kids' ability to retell parents' stories was linked to a lower rate of depression and anxiety and less acting-out of frustration or anger, says Robyn Fivush, a psychology professor. Knowing family stories 'helps children put their own experience in perspective,' Dr. Fivush says.The trick is telling the stories in a way children can hear. We're not talking here about the kind of story that begins, 'When I was a kid, I walked to school every day uphill both ways, barefoot in the snow.' Instead, choose a story suited to your child's needs, and make eye contact to create 'a personal experience,' says Sherry Norfolk, chairman of the National Storytelling Network, a Jonesborough, Tenn., nonprofit. 'You don't have to tell children what they should take from the story,' she says. 'They can intuitively understand what the moral is.'When Carla Freeman's daughter became anxious a few years ago about having to change schools, the Atlanta mother related her own childhood stories of switching to another school in her community. Her old friends dropped her and, at her new school, 'I was kind of an oddball' at first, she told her daughter. But Ms. Freeman bounced back and made new friends. She credits the stories with helping her daughter, now 12, develop resiliency and the ability to 'hold herself together' against challenges.A touch of humor helps. At Scott Prengle's Dallas home, his son Bobby, 17, has heard tales about his grandfather growing up in times so hard that his hungry schoolmates would devour apple cores left over from his lunch. As Bobby tapped a nearly empty salad-dressing bottle over his salad at dinner one evening, Scott laughed and invited him to do as his grandfather did: Put water in the bottle and shake it up, to use every last drop. Scott says his father's frugal habits 'drove us crazy, but the idea was that nothing went to waste.'While Bobby declined to water down his dressing, he says of his grandfather that 'I follow in his footsteps' in other ways, saving paper clips and rubber bands. And when Scott recently trimmed the family budget, he thought he saw an echo of his late father in Bobby, in the way he calmly accepted the loss of his oft-used gym membership.Even when you think your children aren't listening to your stories, Dr. Fivush says, they probably are. Thomas Pontes thought his children, 12, 14 and 16, shrugged off tales of his grandfather, an immigrant farmhand who worked his way up from living in a barn to owning a home. To Mr. Pontes, of Providence, R.I., the story shows 'the kind of optimism you need to pick yourself up from a field somewhere tending cattle' to cross the Atlantic, fueled solely by hope.But when I asked his daughter Katie, 16, about the stories, she not only remembered them, but said they've 'helped me become more appreciative of my life and how easy things are for me.' Even if kids don't seem to appreciate family stories, she says, in time they'll 'realize just how important they are.'From:http://chinese.wsj.com/gb/20090319/wvh081052.asp?sourceUpFeature /200903/65527

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