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Australian Mining Companies Optimistic as Demand from China Bounces Back中国铁矿石需求强劲 澳公司眉开眼笑The Anglo-Australian mining giant, BHP Billiton, has given its most optimistic assessment of the commodities markets since the global economic downturn. The company says surging demand from China for iron ore shipments will lift the mining industry, but it warns markets could remain volatile. From Sydney, Phil Mercer reports.英国和澳大利亚的合资大型矿业公司必和必拓对世界商品市场做出全球经济滑坡以来最乐观的评估。必和必拓公司说,中国对铁矿石需求的大幅度上涨将提升世界矿业,但是同时警告说,市场仍然可能出现动荡。Industrial analysts say iron ore prices could rise 10 to 20 percent this year because of increasing demand as the global economy recovers.工业分析人士说,随世界经济复苏而来的需求上涨可能会导致铁矿石价格上涨10%到20%。BHP Billiton, the world's largest mining company, also is optimistic in its latest assessment of key commodity markets.世界最大矿业公司必和必拓在对世界主要商品市场的最新评估中也表示了乐观。The company's output of iron ore, as well as copper, zinc and nickel, surged in the last three months of because of strong demand from Chinese carmakers and construction companies. 由于来自中国汽车制造商和建筑公司的强劲需求,必和必拓公司年最后三个月的铁、铜、锌和镍矿石产出大幅上扬。Iron ore production in the three months hit 32.45 million metric tons, up from 29.4 million tons a year earlier.年最后三个月的铁矿石产量从2008年同期的2940万吨增加到3245万吨。201001/95368Australia's promise澳大利亚的未来The next Golden State下一个黄金州With a bit of self-belief, Australia could become a model nation再多一些自信,澳大利亚可以成为一个模范国家May 26th 2011 | from the print editionIMINE a country of about 25m people, democratic, tolerant, welcoming to immigrants, socially harmonious, politically stable and economically successful; good beaches too. It sounds like California 30 years ago, but it is not: it is Australia today. Yet Australia could become a sort of California—and perhaps a still more successful version of the Golden State.想象这样一个国家:大约2500万人口,民主、宽容、欢迎移民、社会和谐、政治稳定、经济成功,还有良好的海滩。听上去这像是30年前的加利福利亚,不,这是现在的澳大利亚。不过,澳大利亚能够成为某种形式上的加利福利亚,并且很可能比它更为成功。It aly has a successful economy, which unlike California’s has avoided recession since 1991, and a political system that generally serves it well. It is benefiting from a resources bonanza that brings it quantities of money for doing no more than scraping up minerals and shipping them to Asia. It is the most pleasant rich country to live in, reports a survey this week by the OECD. And, since Asia’s appetite for iron ore, coal, natural gas and mutton shows no signs of abating, the bonanza seems set to continue for a while, even if it is downgraded to some lesser form of boom (see article). However, as our special report in this issue makes clear, the country’s economic success owes much less to recent windfalls than to policies applied over the 20 years before 2003. Textbook economics and sound management have truly worked wonders.澳大利亚已有成功的经济,与加利福利亚不同,它自1991年以来就避开了衰退,得益于丰富的自然资源,仅仅是把矿产积攒起来并运往亚洲,就为澳大利亚带来了大笔的财富。本周,经合组织一份调查报告显示,澳大利亚是富国里面最适宜居住的国家。并且,由于亚洲国家对铁矿石、媒、天然气、羊毛的胃口看上去并无削减之势,澳大利亚的好运还要持续一段时间——即便蓬勃发展的势头有放缓之势。(看文章)。不过,就此问题,正如我们的专题报道中阐明的那样,澳大利亚的经济成功更多归功于2003年前实施了20多年的政策,而非近来的意外之财。教科书式的经济(模式)和完善的经营管理真实不假地创造了奇迹。201106/138736Toyota Motor Corp. says it's on track to become the world's largest automaker. CNN's Eunice Yoon reports In the race for the title of world's largest automaker, Toyota of Japan proved Tuesday it's on track to unseat US car giant General Motors.'We've posted record highs from sales to net profit in our third quarter.' In its latest quarterly earnings report, profits jumped 7% to more than .5 billion. The company sold enough Camry sedans, Prius hybrid electric cars, and other vehicles in North America to warrant the construction of new factories there.'The impressive thing about Toyota is they're expanding in multiple regions at the same time and that's giving them a lot of momentum, er, to take that number one spot.'Drivers worldwide have praised Toyota for making what they consider low maintenance, high mileage vehicles. That formula is working in North America where the automaker is now thinking of building an eighth assembly plant, a move that could help ward off political pressure. But there has been growing criticism in the US over Toyota's rising imports. One American politician from the heart of the American auto industry in Detroit says the Japanese carmaker benefits unfairly from state-run pension systems and a government that dabbles in the currency markets. The weak yen played a big part in Toyota's profits. Yet many car analysts say those remarks are unfair.'If a politician wants to come out against Toyota, he's gonna have to come out against employment and environmental technology, and that's pretty tenuous ground to be standing on.'Toyota says it's sticking by its full year forecasts and analysts say the company is on course for an eighth straight year of record earnings. Still, Toyota in Japanese tradition is staying modest.'There is a lot of talk of us becoming number one in the world. We are trying not to be too conscious of it. We want to produce cars that the market wants.'And with it looking as though the market wants more Toyota-made cars, analysts say the company will drive by GM as soon as this year. Eunice Yoon, CNN, Seoul.Vocabularyward off phr-v. To ward off a danger or illness means to prevent it from affecting you or harming you.She may have put up a fight to try to ward off her assailant.dabble v. If you dabble in something, you take part in it but not very seriously.He dabbled in business.01/61102

Rednet: Don't Promote Hatred When Watching "Nanking, Nanking"The highly anticipated historical epic film "Nanking, Nanking," also known as "A City of Life and Death," is now being shown in cinemas around China.When it recently premiered in eastern China's Hangzhou city, some moviegoers shouted, "Overthrow Japanese imperialism" at the Japanese actors who appeared in the film, while others said the Chinese should show respect for the Japanese actors.The website Rednet.cn published an article warning the Chinese not to blindly use the movie as an excuse to rouse hatred toward the Japanese. It ed Lu Chuan, director of "Nanking, Nanking," who said the movie aimed to remind the world of the suffering and misery of common Chinese at the hands of Japanese aggressors.He welcomed the tolerant and rational attitudes of some Hangzhou moviegoers toward the Japanese actors when watching "Nanking, Nanking."The article echoed Lu's sentiment, saying that both the Chinese and Japanese should remember their history and respect the truth of the Nanking massacre.More importantly, the article urged people from the two countries to abandon hatred and promote friendship in an effort to build a bright and prosperous future for both.People's Daily: Let Public Places Serve the Public Orange Island park, a famous scenic spot in central China's Changsha city, recently reopened to locals after a major renovation.The park's management office initially wanted to charge a 100-yuan, or 15-U.S. dollars, admission fee. But the high fee prompted complaints from local residents. As a result, the management office opened the park free of charge.An article in the People's Daily on Friday applauded the decision, saying public places should be used to serve the needs of common citizens. It pointed out that public funds were used in the construciton of various parks in different cities so the parks should benefit average people.The commentary also criticized park managers in some cities for allowing exhibition booths and small shops to occupy large public areas in parks. It also noted that cities built too many entertainment facilities within their parks just to charge visitors additional fees.In light of this situation, the article said municipal governments should oversee park administrators. It emphasized that authorities need to make continual efforts to ensure parks and other public facilities better serve the interest of the public.China Watches Health of Migrant Workers Ministerial-level authorities in public health, social security, and work security supervision joined trade unions and business representatives in discussions.Health Minister Chen Zhu said during the forum he is particularly concerned about migrant workers."Migrant workers tend to change their jobs frequently. They also move around a lot. So it has been hard for us to trace them and assess their health conditions."The minister noted that law enforcements are needed so that employers fulfill their responsibilities.It is estimated that 2 hundred million Chinese have at least one kind of disease related to their jobs,many of them suffer from dust lung.As of 2007, 600 thousand people in China were recorded to be living with the disease.140 thousand people had died of the disease by then.Li Yuhuan is vice chairman of a major fund for treatment of the disease."We now have 100 million Yuan in funds. That is enough to cover lung lavage treatments for just 10 thousand patients. Compared to the number of such patients, what we can do is limited."Chen Rui, with the Health Ministry, says migrant workers need to take health into consideration when looking for jobs."They need to keep in mind several things. First, they must sign legally effective labor contracts. Also, make sure that they have work-related injury insurance paid by the employers. And they have to make sure they are provided with proper industrial safety costumes and equipment."Governments around China have launched educational campaigns this week, educating workers on how to find proper legal solutions for physical damage they incur at work.04/68140

South Carolina on Today showMiss Teen USA 2007 Caitlin Upton from South Carolina visits Today show to answer the map question rightThanks. Now there a clip has become a talk of the Intrenet is taken from Friday's Miss Teen USA Pageants and shows a very nervors Miss South Carolina having a very tough time when in the questionamp;answer part of the program . Take a look. Recent polls have shown a fifth of Americans can't locate the US on a world map. Why do you think this is ? I personally believe that US Americans are unable to do so because some people out there are in our nation don't have maps . And I believe that our education like such as in South Africa and the Iraq, everywhere like such as. And I believe that they should, our education over here in the US shoud help the US should help South Africa , and should help the Iraq and Asian courtries. So we will be able to build up our future. Miss South Carolina, Caitlin Upton, good morning. Good morning.you are getting so nervous about this. But let me tell you something. You have no idea what this man says on a regular basis on this live program. That's nothing. Can we also... That's the first time you have seen that, isn't it ? Yes, actually that is the first time I have seen that. And I'm nervous just sitting here right now, live, national television again. AndI know and it was the first time actually you had been on national television (Yes, that's the first time.) where you were competing. And it was, it was just one of those moments when you were asked these questions. I am sure everything came at you at once. Yes, everything did came at me at once. And I was overwhelmed, and I made a mistake, everybody makes mistake. I'm human. At what point, Caitlin, during the answer did you start to think to yourself: Is this making any sense? Um , right when the question was asked to me, I was in completely shock and I was just overwhelmed that I seriously think I only heard about one or two words of the actual question itself. And I misunderstood....You just kind of drew a blank? Yes , I drew a blank, I misunderstood, I made a mistake. You know, as we have said, you know, we do live television everyday. Caitlin, if I can't even count the number of times I've said things, and then we've all gone the commercial break, and we look at each other, like: “What you just say?" I mean, so , please you know, don't don't let it get you down. I mean, and I know the fact that it's on Youtube and a lot of people are watching it right now . Probably has to be a double-edged sword, on the one hand you think it's kind of funny , on the other hand it's not all that funny to you, is it?No, but then again, looking back on it, I’m sitting here laughing at myself because I feel like it's that really me? standing up there answering that question, (It's not the body. You've scared us~) yeah! It's like I am not in my actual body. I give you a lot of credit for being here. You know, you could just go under the covers , but here you are ,sitting here , laugh at yourself. You know what I say, good girl. Good girl, you! Yes, definitely. You still finish what, in the top four?Yes, I actually placed the third round up . And , so and have you allowed youreslf to go back and think you what if I have done a little better on that question, how the outcome might have been different? For example, do you want to redo on that question? Of course . I would love to reanswer that question.Ok. Let me ask you that question again, the question is recent polls have shown that a fifth of Americans can't locate the US on the world map. Why do you think this is ? Caitlin?Well, personally , my friends and I we know exactly where the ed States is on our map. I don't know anyone else who dosen't. And if the statistics are correct, I believe that there should be more emphasis on geography in our educaion so people would learn how to maps better. Yeah, I gotta tell you . That was a perfect answer. Very good, Caitlin.You know, I think they should just do the thing over on Fri. And come on, let's go back to Friday night. Let's go for another Saturday. Yeah, let's just go back in time and redo everything.. Pretty girl , you are just 18 years old. Yes, I am 18. And I believe that I'm a very strong person. I have a very strong character and my parents raise me very well. What are your plans? What do you want to do? I mean, you know, in terms of after that Pageants. What are your goals? Well, my goal is to attend Appalachian State University, major in graphic design. Once grduated from there, go to L.A. and go into the International Academy of Designamp;Technology ,major in special effects, learning to design special effects for movies and television. Good for you , well , you got a lot of grade . Thank you. Cailin, good luck to you on everything! Thank you so much!And thank you for having been big enough to laugh at yourself this morning. It's hard. (Thank you!) I know. Believe me. Pageant: Normally, a pageant is a colourful public procession, show, or ceremony. Pageants are usually held out of doors and often celebrate events or people from history. But here, a pageant or a beauty pageant is a competition in which young women are judged to decide which one is the most beautiful.draw a blank: to fail to find or remember something.02/61608'Homeless Boy' is adapted from an autobiographical best-seller written by Tamura Hiroshi, a young, successful and prosperous Japanese comedian. It's not an epic—no heroes, no dragons, swords and magic; it's simply a story about a 14-year-old boy who faces unexpected poverty and about selfless love among siblings. "You all, take care of yourselves, dismissed!" says Hiroshi's single father, who then turns around and leaves with his old bicycle, leaving his three children behind. Their house has been seized by the authorities due to their father's bankruptcy. Hiroshi, not wanting to cause any trouble to his older brother and sister, lies to them, saying he's going to live in a friend's house, but actually he has nowhere to go except a park nearby. He eats cardboard and weeds, drinks fountain water and rain, and fights with little kids to defend his 'home.' As Hiroshi and his siblings try to make a better life for themselves, they cherish things that we consider 'deserved' and 'standard.' And because of their dire circumstances, the siblings become closer than ever before. Twenty-two-year-old Japanese idol Koike Teppei plays the main character, fourteen-year-old Hiroshi. He looks and acts younger than his age and fully gets into character by actually eating cardboard and weeds. For his performance, he won the 2008 Japanese Oscar for the best new actor award. 单词注释:best-seller 暢銷、賣座的電影、書籍或戲劇 prosperous (adj.) 富庶的;成功的 poverty (n.) 貧窮;貧困 to dismiss (v.) 解散;打發 to leave someone/something behind 丟下;拋棄 weeds (n.) 雜草 to cherish (v.) 珍惜;珍愛 dire (adj.) 悲慘的;可怕的 main character 主角 to get into 投入;融入08/82211Ice boots and a pick are essential. The beginner follows behind the group leader. They are attached by a secure rope, just in case. Only the most experienced ice walkers know which is the safest and easiest route to take. On the Bodalsbreen,there are 1 levels of difficulty in the climbs offered ensuring visitors get their money's worth. And it's only when you are climbing a glacier that you'll appreciate its vastness. You are unlikely to bump into anyone else along the way. This is not an easy walk. Walking on a glacier requires intense concentration. The leader goes first to test uncertain points and make sure the ice will hold. The glacier begins to melt right on the edge and just one wrong step could result in a serious accident. But serious accidents on Norway's glaciers are rare. It's clear that without the proper safety measures in place,this beginner would have slid a long way on the 2 ice. The constantly moving glacial ice means the landscape is always changing,no two trips are the same. Walking on a giant river of ice is a pretty exceptional experience. Many people get glacial fever and want to do it again. With enough practice and training, eventually people can tour the glaciers unguided. From the ice to the sky,both of these sports require a lack of fear. This is a great place to learn how to sky-dive. These guys love the adrenaline rush that only jumping out of a plane can deliver. In the extreme sports town of Voss,these teachers have been taking their new students through dummy runs for days.注释: ①adrenaline: n. [生化] 肾上腺素②dummy run: 试演;试车课后题目: 学习完后,你能告诉我文章中空缺的单词吗?201110/155929

A new study finds that men who drink a lot of coffee are less likely to develop potentially fatal prostate cancer. It's the latest study to show a beneficial effect from one of the world's favorite beverages.新的研究发现大量饮用咖啡的男子不太容易罹患致命的前列腺癌。这项最新研究显示,咖啡这种世界上广受欢迎的饮料能够产生对人体有益的效果。The study included about 50,000 men who reported their coffee consumption in questionnaires every four years. Over more than two decades, the moderate coffee drinkers were somewhat less likely to develop any form of prostate cancer. But lead author Kathryn Wilson of the Harvard School of Public Health says the real difference showed up when the researchers looked at the most serious prostate cancers.这项研究有5万名男子参加,他们每四年在答卷上报告一次有关咖啡饮用量的问题。经过20多年的追踪调查,咖啡饮用中等的人群不太容易出现任何种类的前列腺癌。但是调查报告的主要撰写人、哈佛大学公共健康学院的凯瑟琳.威尔逊说, 在研究人员观察一些最严重的前列腺患者时,真正的差异显现了出来。"Men who drink six or more cups of coffee per day had a 60 percent lower risk of lethal prostate cancer than men who drank no coffee," she says. "And we saw this reduction in risk for both regular and decaffeinated coffee."她说:“每天喝6杯以上咖啡的男人比不喝咖啡的人患前列腺癌症的机会少了60%。我们看到不仅是普通咖啡,去咖啡因的咖啡也有同样功效。”Coffee is a chemically complex brew, full of antioxidants and other compounds that may affect the development of prostate cancer. 咖啡是一种含复杂化学成分的饮料,具有丰富的抗氧化物质和其他化合物质,这些都能影响前列腺癌的发展。201105/137364D: Today, its time once again for another Gross Fact of the Month.今天再来谈下另一个令人厌烦的话题。Y: Uh oh! I hope no ones eating!我希望没人在吃饭。D: Okay, y? In a recent study of people passing through major U.S. airports, it turned out that about thirty percent werent washing their hands after using the bathroom.准备好了吗?最近对经由美国主要机场的人群的调查显示,大概百分之三十的人上厕所后不洗手。Y: Phew! that wasnt nearly as gross as I thought it would be.那没有我想象中的那样令人讨厌。D: Well, think of the consequences. These people who dont wash their hands dont just keep them in their pockets. They walk around shaking other peoples hands, holding babies, and handling food and doorknobs.[qh]想下结果吧。不洗手的人们不会只把手放在口袋里,他们四处走也会和别人握手,抱小孩,拿吃的,并接触门把手。Y: Okay, so that it a little gross.喔,那有点恶心。D: So basically, these folks are running around exposing the fastidious hand washers among us to infections that can range from the pesky common cold to SARS, which can be fatal. After all, many infections are transmitted through hand-to-hand contact.根本上来说,这些人使那些仔细洗手的人会接触到各种疾病,从普通的流行感冒到致命的SARS。毕竟许多接触是通过握手来传播的。Y: I see what youre getting at.我明白你所说的了。D: Whats interesting is that people tend to exaggerate when theyre asked about hand-washing. In surveys, ninety-five percent of people claim to wash their hands every time, when the actual observed percentage is much lower. So think about the fact that only around seventy-five percent of people claim to wash their hands after sneezing or coughing!有意思的是人们倾向于夸大洗手的次数。在调查中,95%的人声称他们每次都洗手,而实际观察到的比率要远低于这个百分比。想想打喷嚏和咳嗽后有75%的人声称会洗手的事实。Y: The actual numbers there are much lower too, huh?实际数字要比那低得多,对吧?D: Probably. On the bright side, since the SARS outbreak in Toronto, hand-washing rates at the airport have been near to one hundred percent. So all it takes to get people scrubbing diligently is a major epidemic.很可能。好的方面是,自从SARS在Toronto爆发后,在机场洗手的比率接近百分百。所以所需要做的就是让勤洗手成为一种习惯。Y: You call that a bright side?你将那称为好的方面?D: Well, the other alternative is education on the importance of washing hands. Now all we need is a catchy slogan.另一方面也要教育人们洗手的重要性,我们现在需要的就是容易记住的口号。consequence n.结果doorknob n. 门把fastidious a.难取悦的,挑剔的pesky adj. 讨厌的epidemic n.盛行catchy adj. 易记住的201111/16Floating Paradise Man builds Mexican Island Paradise on 250,000 Recycled Floating Bottles Castaways like Robinson Crusoe and even Tom Hanks didn’t intend on living on a deserted isle, but this next guy did. I mean when he couldn’t find an island to call his own, he created an unbelievable floating paradise out of this.This man has given up his job, his family and all of his material possessions to run away and live on a secluded island paradise, a paradise made from plastic bottles.It’s taken me two and a half years from the beginning, from the first bottle collection to get to this point now and I’m quite happy with the progress.It was over two years ago Richie Sowa gave up his job as a carpenter and moved to Mexico in search of a simpler life. He made his way to the sandy shore of Cancun. He started collecting bottles for cash and that’s when he came up with an unbelievable idea, to build himself an island he can claim as his own. The collecting of the bottles I started by hand first, just going round the, the local town picking them up.Have a great day!Cheers.See ya.Thanks.This floating island is the links of a professional tennis court. Richie gathered thousands of bottles and started stuffing them in fishnets to create the foundation. Well, this is the zone - total of three years’ work. It took me the first six months to just to get a base, which was about, that’s about 15 meters across and about 20 meters long. It took me about 4 months to get a base of around 7 or 8 meters that I started to put plants on.Richie placed bamboo and plywood on top of the foundation of bottles, paddling back and forth over and over every day, scooping sand off the shore to build his own private beach. But the biggest challenge was trying to grow plants on the plastic bottle barge.These are mangroves that were planted just a few months ago and they are growing really, really well. You can feel how...These are mangroves that were planted like 4 or 5 months ago. They’ve got stems on them now, like trees, palm trees. This will be a lemon tree.Today this real-life survivor is totally self-sufficient, growing bananas, coconuts, spinach, almonds and tomatoes on this island. He’s even built a solar cooker, collects rain to water the plants and even made a washing machine out of a plastic drum that rolls in the waves. This is one island cast-away who never needs to leave, but if the truth to be told, Richie is never alone on this island.We have quite a few inhabitants on the island at the moment. It’s me, my cat Bonita, and my second cat Eezy, a little dog Rainbow, two chickens, Browny and Blacky and the duck, the heart of the island, Korasong.This barbing island of bottles has proven to be quite seaworthy as well, surviving two hurricanes and several tropical storms. And now even the Mexican government wants to recognize the private paradise, declaring the island as Mexican soil for tourists to visit. But Richie has another idea for his paradise. Every day he adds bottles to make his island bigger. His goal is to one day float out to sea and eventually drift around the world on the island he built with his own two hands. One day we’ll sail out on the ocean and become a small floating country.01/61131

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