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  • 中国十大水镇英文介绍:同里 -- :59:39 来源: 中国十大水镇英文介绍:同里 Tongli [PhotoCFP] Tongli is seated alongside Taihu Lake, Wujiang, Jiangsu province, with a history spanning over 1,000 years since it was first established during the Song Dynasty. The town features over 0 sites that include gardens, temples, mansions and mer famous residences, with 7 small islands separated by brooks in the shape of ?Chuan(?)? and connected by 9 ancient bridges. Honored as the ?Venice of the East,? it is renowned its ?Bridge, Water and People,? featuring a rich natural and cultural atmosphere. 水镇英文介绍 同里
  • 小学英语作文:自我介绍 Self-Introduction -01- :18: 来源: 小学英语作文:自我介绍 Self-IntroductionMy name is Li Lei,I'm years old.I like ing,running and palying basketball.My favorite fruit is apple.Apple is good our health.I almost have an apple a day.My father is a teacher. He is a Chinese teacher. He teaches in No. 19 Middle School. My mother is a teacher, too. She teaches English in the No. Middle School.我的名字叫李雷我岁我喜欢读书,跑步和打篮球我最喜欢的水果是苹果苹果对健康有益,我几乎每天都吃一个苹果我的爸爸是老师,他是一名语文老师他在十九中教书我的妈妈也是老师她在十一中教英语
  • 中国第一水乡古镇周庄英文介绍 --6 :55:5 来源: 中国第一水乡古镇周庄英文介绍周庄是少有的几个可以体验经典中国水乡生活的地方之一被誉为“东方”的周庄位于江苏苏州附近,保存完好的古代建筑和如画的风景吸引着不少游客Zhouzhuang is one of the few places where you can experience the life of a typical Chinese water town.Acclaimed as "Venice of the East", the town near Suzhou in Jiangsu province attracts a constant flow of visitors throughout the year with its well-preserved old houses and picturesque landscape of crisscrossing waterways.Zhouzhuang was listed as the world's Top most beautiful towns by CNN in . It was lauded as a Global Green Town by Global um on Human and Settlements in June.Streams flow through every corner of Zhouzhuang, creating the pulse of local life and making the town look like a watercolor drawing painted with a Chinese brush.Among the most eye-catching features in this picture-perfect landscape are the bridges, in different shapes and sizes — built with stone or wood. Twin Bridge, built during the Ming Dynasty (68-), is a must-see in Zhouzhuang. Twin Bridge, built during the Ming Dynasty (68-), is a must-see in Zhouzhuang. Twin Bridge, built during the Ming Dynasty (68-), is a must-see in Zhouzhuang. Twin Bridge, built during the Ming Dynasty (68-), is a must-see in Zhouzhuang. The Twin Bridge, built during the late Ming Dynasty (68-), is considered the symbol of the town. One of its arches is round and the other is rectangular, which makes the bridge look like an ancient Chinese key. Thus locals also call it the Key Bridge.The traditional residences in town, mostly built in the Ming and Qing dynasties (-19), flank the winding waterways. Many of them are well-kept and preserve their original appearance, with white walls and black-tiled roofs.The best way to get a taste of local lifestyle is spend an afternoon at a riverbank teahouse, sipping a cup of green tea and enjoying the river landscape.In addition to the town's old charm, Zhouzhuang is striving to create new draws and improve its tourism facilities, according to Ren Yongdong, managing director of Zhouzhuang Tourism Company.Carton King Creativity Park is one of the new attractions on Zhouzhuang's tourist map.The park, including stores, a gallery, a museum and a restaurant, has become a must-see since its opening in August last year.Everything you see in the park is made of cardboard cartons, from figurines and animals to hats, bags and furniture."They are not just display," explains Chen Weilin, general manager of the Carton King Creativity Park. "A chair made of cartons can support as much weight as 0 kg." 周庄英文介绍
  • 我的猫咪(My cat) -- ::3 来源: 我的猫咪(My cat)  in my family, you can see a cat, the cat is very beautiful.now let me draw it you. he has got white hair and two big eyes, they are blue and bright. he has got four short legs and his ears are small, his tail is long. i finish it now. how lovely!  after school, i play with him first, he is my best friend. i like him very much!  oh, do you want to know his name? i’d like to tell you, his name is “mimi”.
  • Animals --19 :: 来源:   I like animals very much. I have a dog, It’s my favourite animal. It’s white, It looks like a snow ball. It has two big eyes and ears. But its nose and mouth are very small. It’s very naughty.  It often stares at my food when I have a meal. When I’m home it follows me all the time.  When I do my homework, it often sits beside quietly, but sometimes runs around me and shouts: wom wom.  I like my dog very much.
  • 人A Family一个家 -- :53:3 来源: 人英语剧本A Family一个家by Betty Liao廖寶人英语剧本父母双亡,三相依为命CastMiki: older sisterPink: The oldest sisterAnita: BossTina: Younger sister——————————————————————————–SCENE I(In a dining room, Pink is preparing the dinner.)Pink: Miki! It’s time to eat dinner.Miki: OK, Pink. I’m coming.Miki: Wow, the food’s so delicious. Why didn’t Tina come home?Pink: Oh! She went to the library. She’ll come home later. We don’t have to wait her.Miki: You’ve been working hard since Mom and Dad died.Pink: Taking care of you and Tina is my responsibility. No matter how hard I work, I can bear it.Miki: Well, I’ve found a job. I’ll start working tomorrow.Pink: What? Why didn’t you discuss it with me first?Miki: Don’t be angry. I just want to help you. I think you’re too tired. I…Pink: But I have told you bee. You just concentrate on your study and do nothing else.Miki: I can work part –time and study at the same time.Pink: It’s out of the question.(Then, bangs on the table.)Tina: I’m home. (She feels shocked.) What happened? (Miki is so angry, and then, she leaves the dining room.) What are you arguing about?Pink: Nothing! Just eat dinner and then go back to your room to do your homework.(The next morning Pink goes into Miki’s room, and sees a note.)(Note: I’m sorry about our argument yesterday. But I still want to work so I’m leaving. Don’t worry about me. I’ll take care of myself.)Tina: I’m going to the library. (She looks at Pink.) Are you OK? What happened?Pink: Miki and I argued yesterday. She told me that she wanted to work part-time and study at the same time. But I won’t let her do that. So she left home this morning.Tina: What are we going to do now? I’m so worried about her.Pink: Let’s go find her.Tina: Do you know where she is?Pink: Well, I don’t know. I’ll ask her friends first. (Pink calls Miki’s friends.)Hello, I’m Miki’s sister. Is Miki there?Pink: OK, thank you. (to Tina) No one knows where she is.Tina: Oh, no! 3 英语 话剧 剧本
  • 拉萨旅行游记 -- :59:38 来源: Cultural shows in the capital of the Tibet autonomous region fill a tourist's evenings with delight while roadside shops serve up some delicious and inexpensive local delicacies. Bidisha Bagchi explores.Upon landing at Lhasa's Gonggar airport on a full-moon night, we were greeted by our local tour guide with a hada - a white silk scarf that signifies goodwill, purity and good tune.It was quite late when we reached our hotel, conveniently located near Barkhor Street, which felt like the hub of activities in the city. I thought I would see a Lhasa that is fast asleep. Well, I was wrong. The entire place was alive with people's chatter, well-lit shops and roadside stalls selling local delicacies.I instantly knew that evenings in the capital city of the Tibet autonomous region were delightful.We spent our days visiting the city's various tourist spots, and once back at the hotel, took a shower and went out walks. Our hotel was within walking distance from Potala Square, the city's main public space. The awaiting rickshaws tempted me, but I preferred to walk. A cool breeze ced us to wear light jackets.The Potala Palace and the stupa in front are both lit up in the evenings. The sight is gorgeous. We spent a lot of time just walking around the square, which is opposite the palace. Musical fountains entertained tourists and local people alike.Hundreds of people were there at the square. Many of them strolled. Some just sat around. And others leisurely talked to their friends.On our way back, we took a rickshaw. Although this environmentally friendly, simple vehicle is commonly seen across Asia, and is of little novelty value to me, I still loved the ride back to the hotel.On the second night of our stay, we went out again. Even though we were told that the Tianhai night market had better options street food and shops, we preferred Barkhor Street, mainly because it was closer to our hotel.There were rows of makeshift stalls offering a variety of things from prayer beads to traditional jewelry and from embroidered handbags to skirts and scarves.Bargaining was easy, too. I bought a handbag yuan () when the female vendor had asked 35 yuan. Both of us - the buyer and the seller - looked happy at the end.Vegetables and meat that were skewered and cooked in front of us at roadside shops were delicious and unexpectedly cheap. The only problem was the language. As English isn't spoken or understood by the local people, it was difficult to hold conversations except exchanging a few pleasantries. But even then, we relied on guessing the meaning of Tibetan words and enjoyed the food.The roadside eateries did brisk business by offering not just local food but Nepalese and Korean barbecue as well. Blissful indeed!The best part of evenings in Lhasa was perhaps going to the cultural shows. Himalaya - a daily exhibition of Tibetan culture through songs and dances - was held at the Lhasa People's Cultural and Art Museum. A similar show titled Happiness on the Way also ran about 0 minutes every evening at the Tibet Drama Theater. one such show, we reached the theater a little ahead of show time so as to avoid rush hour. With tickets the fourth row, we had seats with a full view of the stage in front of us. Two screens on either side of the stage explained every scene in Mandarin and English. That made it easy us to follow onstage permances.The show opened with a ceremony, and went on to depict Tibetan culture through five themes and five different colors, based on the Tibetan philosophy of five elements of nature - water, earth, wind, fire and sky (space).We were mesmerized about 0 minutes as we watched the well-choreographed dances, the beautiful play of lights, vibrant sets and colorful costumes of the dancers. The reba drum dance, lama dance, wheat cultivation, making wine from barley and wedding scenes were all explained through the permances.The show ended with a song that everyone in the audience ended up singing, including me. Music truly does not have any borders, be they cultural or religious. We all sang aloud and sometimes hummed, even though we did not know the meaning of the words or how to pronounce them correctly.Our evenings in Lhasa were packed with shopping, eating and watching cultural shows. It was money well-spent. We definitely need to plan another trip - soon. 拉萨 游记
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