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(2019-02-14 10:41)
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Message on World Radio Day
世界无线电日致辞
 
13 February 2019
2019年2月13日
 
Radio is a powerful tool.
 
无线电是一个强大的工具。
 
Even in today’s world of digital communications, radio reaches more people than any other media platform.
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        More than one billion young people risk damaging their hearing through excessive use of smartphones and other audio devices, the UN warned Tuesday, proposing new safety standards for safe volume levels.
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1.Make a Scene
1.当众造势
If an individual is being physically attacked the first thing to do in order to prevent further injuries is to make a scene. The individual being attacked should scream as loud as possible and try to gain the attention of others around them so that they can get help. The more noise one makes, the more likely it will be that someone will help.
如果一个人遇到身体攻击,为免继续被伤害,首要的一件事就是要当众造势。被袭击者应当极力大声呼喊,试着去吸引周遭人的注意力,进而获得帮助。噪音越大,被人帮助的可能性就越大。

2.Fight Your Attacker if Safe to Do So
2.在安全的情况下与袭击者搏斗
People may be amazed to find the strength that they possess in the midst of being physically attacked. Some may find that they will kick, punch, scratch or d
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“No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find time for reading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance.” – Confucius

Let me ask you a question. Are you one of the 25% of Americans who have not read a single book in the whole of last year? If you are, then read this because you will be amazed at howbeneficial reading is for your health, especially if you read before bed. If you already do, just pat yourself on the back because you really know how to look after yourself. Here are six amazing things that will happen when you dedicate som

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Nobody likes waking up in the morning to the nagging electronic bleep of regular alarm clocks or smartphones but the smell of just-baked croissants and freshly roasted coffee? Now you're talking.
  谁都不喜欢一大早被闹钟或手机的电子噪音吵醒。但如果唤醒你的是刚出炉的可颂面包与新烤好的咖啡的香气呢?这还差不多!
  The Sensorwake currently debuting at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas takes a vastly different approach to getting your attention when it's time to wake up. Instead of using sound to stir you the clock uses smell thanks to the 'timed release of an aroma of your choice'.
  这款最近在洛杉矶消费类电子产品展销会上亮相的
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    10月26日,世界卫生组织下属的国际癌症研究机构就食用红色肉类和加工肉制品的致癌性发表了一份最新评估。这份评估将食用红色肉类和加工肉类分别列为“较可能致癌”和“致癌”级别,一时间,“肉类致癌”的说法被传得沸沸扬扬,无肉不欢吃货们快来看!

 

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A 24-year-old man in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang province, drove his car into the West Lake after accidentally stepping on the accelerator while searching for his phone in the vehicle.

在浙江省省会杭州市,一名24岁的男子因在车内寻找手机误踩油门,导致车辆冲入西湖。

The man said he had been playing a game on his phone while driving last month but suddenly dropped the handset.

该男子表示,上个月事发时,他在行驶过程中一边驾车一边玩手机,然后手机突然掉落。

The man escaped from the car through a window and swam back to shore.

坠湖后,该男子通过车窗逃离并游上岸。

The incident was just one example that has prompted traffic management authorities to warn that drivers risk death or injury if they use their smartphones while on the road.

这起事件只是其中一起案例,这类事件促使交通管理部门警告称,如果司机在驾驶时使用智能手机可能会有死亡或受伤的危险。

Around 20 percent of drivers use their phones while driving to make calls, send text m

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1.You will be happier and more content with life.

你会更加快乐,对生活更加满意。

In the virtual reality of social media, it’s very easy to compare your life with your colleagues and belittle yourself. We want to be like the other person, we like how their body looks, we love the things they have, life seems to be going forward for them while our life seems to be at a standstill. They got that dream job while we are still jobless. They visited the country on our bucket list. They got ma

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When people say they are overloaded or cannot keep up with their todos it is usually the result of taking on too much. Most of the time I advise people that they need to “Say No” more often. Being able to “Say No” is key to avoiding being overcome by obligations others ask us to take on。

每当人们感到压力山大或事情总也做不完时,多半是因承受太多造成的。大部分情况下,我会建议他们多尝试“说不”。能够“说不”至关重要,可避免被别人要求帮忙的事情压垮。

There is one exception… when it comes to saying no to yourself。

但也有例外——就是千万别对自己说不。

When the going
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