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福州通输卵管医院排名福州放扎复通三甲医院小游戏挑战你我地理IQOne of the most popular games on the Internet right now is about as low-tech as a high-school social studies quiz.The free game, Traveler IQ Challenge, has become an unlikely hit by getting players to locate Kinshasa, Moscow and other cities and attractions by clicking on a crude, two-dimensional world map, and scoring them based on the speed and accuracy of their responses. Created as a marketing gimmick in June by TravelPod, a travel Web site owned by Expedia, Traveler IQ now has more than four million people a month who play it on sites across the Internet, including Facebook's popular social network.Traveler IQ is part of a wave of what's known in the industry as 'casual' games -- low budget, easy-to-play titles like card games and puzzles -- that lack the visual flare of slick new products for the Xbox 360 and other game consoles. Traveler IQ is also tapping into a renewed interest in geography, stimulated by new technologies like GPS satellite-based navigation devices and Google Earth, a program from Google that lets users browse a three-dimensional model of the planet.'I'm addicted,' says John Riccitiello, chief executive of game publisher Electronic Arts of Redwood City, Calif. Mr. Riccitiello says his overall Traveler IQ ranking got as high as 11th in the world at one time, but his standing dropped as more people began playing the game, sinking to 204,184th. 'Once something gets really popular, you realize what a dolt you are,' says Mr. Riccitiello, who travels about 175,000 miles a year.Traveler IQ Challenge was inspired by games played by Luc Levesque, a Canadian programmer and traveler who founded TravelPod. When he was on train trips across Turkey and driving for days to reach remote salt flats in Bolivia, Mr. Levesque, 32 years old, would randomly name a country and one of his travel companions would attempt to name another country or capital city that starts with the third letter of the previous country's name.The idea for an online geography game occurred to Mr. Levesque in May when Facebook of Palo Alto, Calif., opened its site so independent software developers could create games, music and other simple applications that its huge audience could post on their personal Web pages. Two programmers created the game for TravelPod in just under three weeks for an amount Mr. Levesque won't disclose, but which is likely less than ,000 at standard salaries for engineers.The game was designed to funnel users to TravelPod.com, an ad-supported Web site that lets travelers set up blogs chronicling their trips. 'We've seen huge increases in registrations and traffic,' says Mr. Levesque, who adds that the Ottawa, Ontario, company could eventually put ads directly inside the game. More than 1.6 million people have installed the game on their Web pages on Facebook. Most of the players of the game now come through other sites that have the program on their pages, including the CBS show 'The Amazing Race.'Traveler IQ starts out asking users to locate some of the better known cities and attractions in the world, like London, giving users a limit of about 10 seconds to pinpoint them on a map. The locations quickly get harder with cities like Ashkabat, Turkmenistan. The game tells users how close, in kilometers, they got to the actual locations and scores them accordingly, with more points awarded for shorter distances.Andrew Bridges, an attorney at a San Francisco law firm who has traveled extensively around the world, the game is one of a number of new technologies that help stimulate his interest in distant locales. For fun, he says he'll see how fast he can manually zoom in to find a monument like the Acropolis in Athens using Google Earth.Jerome Dobson, a geographer at the University of Kansas in Lawrence who doesn't play the game, says new technological applications like Traveler IQ are helping to revive geography after a decades-long decline in the teaching the subject in U.S. schools. Issues like climate change, globalization and the war in Iraq are also encouraging interest in far flung places. Mr. Dobson, also the president of the American Geographical Society, an association of geographers and geography enthusiasts, says writer Ambrose Bierce said around the time of World War I that ''War is God's way of teaching Americans geography.' 'Still, studies suggest there's a ways to go before the public improves its grasp of geography. A survey from early last year sponsored by the National Geographic Society found that only half of young American adults, ages 18 to 24, could locate New York state on a map. Six out of 10 couldn't find Iraq on a map of the Middle East.Travel IQ provides its own report card, of sorts, on geographical skills. Among those who use the game on Facebook, Tata Consultancy Services, a technology consulting firm based in India, had the lowest average Traveler IQ among workplaces, at least until the rankings were updated during the middle of this week. Mike McCabe, a spokesman for Tata Consultancy Services in the U.S., in an email called the findings 'interesting' and said the company will consider them when training its staff, though he said, 'Engineering skills and an overall cultural understanding of the company and its customers' are higher priorities at Tata than geography. 如 今在互联网上最火的一款游戏,其技术含量却与高中生的社会学科测试相差无几。这是一款名为《旅行者IQ大挑战》(Traveler IQ Challenge)的免费游戏。游玩家在一张二维地图上寻找金沙萨、莫斯科或其他城市及景点的所在位置,然后根据答题的速度和准确度来评分。怎么看这都不像是款会大受欢迎的游戏。但Expedia Inc.旗下的旅游网站TravelPod出于营销目的在6月份推出这款小游戏以来,其每个月的在线玩家人数已经突破400万,其中甚至包括 Facebook之类流行社交网站的用户。《旅行者IQ大挑战》在业内被称作“休闲”游戏,像卡片游戏和谜题游戏也属于这种类型,其特点是开发成本低,易于上手,画面也不像为Xbox 360等游戏机开发的新游戏那般绚烂华丽。而另一方面,随着全球卫星定位系统(GPS)导航设备及Google Earth等新技术的应用,人们对地理知识又开始感兴趣起来,于是便有了《旅行者IQ大挑战》的成功。Google Earth是谷歌公司(Google Inc.)推出的一款电脑软件,用户可以在地球的三维模型上进行地理搜索。美国游戏发行商电子艺界 (Electronic Arts Inc.)的首席执行长约翰#8226;里奇泰洛(John Riccitiello)称,我已经沉溺于这款游戏难以自拔。他表示,自己的全球排名一度到过第11位,而随着越来越多的人开始玩这款游戏,他的排名已经掉至第204,184位。这位每年行程达17.5万公里的高管称,一旦某样东西真正流行起来,你才知道自己有多么弱智。这款游戏的创意来自TravelPod网站创始人、加拿大程序员卢克#8226;莱维克(Luc Levesque)玩的一种游戏。当32岁的莱维克坐火车横越土耳其,或驱车去玻利维亚偏远的盐沼旅游时,会时不时与同伴玩一种单词接龙游戏,规则是用头一个国家或城市地名的第三个字母作为下一个地名的开头字母。今年5月份Facebook开放其网站,允许数量庞大的用户在个人网页上公布独立软件开发者制作的游戏、音乐和其他简单的应用软件。于是莱维克便有了制作一款在线地理知识游戏的想法。他聘请了两名软件开发人员用三周时间制作了这款游戏。虽然他没有透露成本几何,但一般情况下的报酬应该不到3万美元。莱维克制作这款游戏的初衷是想引导用户登录他的网站TravelPod.com。这个网站是靠广告收入维持运营,旅游爱好者可以在网站建立客来记录自己的旅行。莱维克称,网站的注册人数和点击量大幅增长。他表示,最终有可能通过游戏直接投放广告。目前已有超过160万人在Facebook的网页上安装了这款游戏,不过大部分玩家都是从其他网站上下载的,就连哥伦比亚广播公司(CBS Corp.)的“惊险大挑战”(The Amazing Race)节目网页也提供这款游戏的下载。《旅行者IQ大挑战》按照由易到难的顺序,一开始会让玩家用10秒钟左右在地图上找出伦敦之类的比较知名的城市或景点,很快接下来的提问会越来越难,例如找出土库曼斯坦的首都阿什哈巴德 (Ashkabat)。然后游戏会告诉玩家自己的离城市的实际地点偏离了多少,并给予相应的评分,偏差越小则得分越高。经常周游世界各地的旧金山律师安德鲁#8226;布里奇斯(Andrew Bridges)表示,这款游戏和其他的几种新技术手段调动起了他对千里之外地点的好奇。他表示,想看看自己在Google Earth上能用多快的时间找到雅典卫城之类的某处名胜,这是件好玩的事情。堪萨斯城大学(University of Kansas)地理学者杰罗姆#8226;多布森(Jerome Dobson)虽然没玩这款游戏。但他认为,数十年来地理课在美国学校教育中的份量不断下滑,而包括这款游戏在内的新科技手段有助于推动地理学科的复兴。像气候变暖、全球化和伊拉克战争之类的事件,也在唤起人们对遥远地区的兴趣。身为美国地理学会(American Geographical Society)主席的多布森引用美国知名作家安布鲁斯#8226;毕尔斯(Ambrose#8226;Bierce)在第一次世界大战的话称,战争就是上帝让美国用来学会地理的。美国地理学会是一个由地理学者和地理爱好者组成的团体。但研究表明,让美国普通大众提高地理知识还很有长的路要走。美国国家地理学会(National Geographic Society)去年初组织的一项调查显示,美国18岁至24岁的青年成人只有一半能在地图上找出纽约所在,60%的人在中东地图上找不到伊拉克。《旅行者IQ大挑战》还会定期公布关于地理知识的各类成绩排行榜。至少本周更新之前,在Facebook上玩此游戏的人中,平均地理IQ最低的单位是印度高科技行业咨询公司──塔塔咨询务公司(Tata Consultancy Services)。该公司驻美国发言人迈克#8226;麦克白(Mike McCabe)在一封电邮中称,这项统计很“有趣”。他表示,公司会在培训员工时考虑这点。但他称,相对于地理知识,公司更重视工程技能,以及对公司及客户文化的总体理解。 /200803/32071福州中医看多囊去那比较好 You’ll meet many guys on your path to finding the one who#39;s right for you, but you should avoid a few types at all cost. They might start out as perfectly decent men while they’re trying to get your attention, but once they show their true colors, you may want to head for the hills. Here are a few of the worst offenders.在生活中你要遇人无数才能找到你的真命天子,但你应该千方百计避免几种类型。在他们试图得到你的注意时他们可能表现成非常体面的男人,但一旦他们露出真面目,你可能想快点跑掉。这里有一些最糟糕的冒犯者。THE MOOCHThis is the guy who never seems to go anywhere with his wallet after he takes you out once or twice. Whether you#39;re taking in a movie, going out for dinner or just grabbing a slice of pizza, he will always plead poor and ask you to pay.Paying for some things is OK, but if you#39;re with a guy who never has any money (or just has an aversion to spending his own), get out while you can -- or at least before you go broke.乞讨者这就是那个在他带你出去一两次之后似乎永远不会与他的钱包去任何地方的人。不管你是去看一场电影,出去吃顿饭或者只是抓起一片披萨,他总是会哭穷并要你付钱。给一些东西付钱还好,但如果你跟一个从来没有什么钱的家伙在一起(或者只是排斥花自己钱),在你有能力时——或者至少在你破产前外出约会。THE LAZY SLOBThis guy may charm you at first with his ambitions and list of projects that he plans, but that will get old fast once you notice that all he ever seems to do is play games and order takeout. If he never has anything new to report in terms of job hunting or physical activity of any kind, and he always has stains on his clothing, move on or risk becoming his mother.The lazy slob has no motivation or intention of ever getting a real job.懒惰的笨蛋这家伙可能一开始用他的雄心壮志以及他计划的一堆项目列表来迷惑你,但一旦你注意到他似乎所做的事就是玩视频游戏和叫外卖时,年龄增长很快。如果在找工作或任何形式的体育活动方面他没有任何新消息,而他的衣上总是有污渍,离开他或者冒着风险成为他的母亲。懒惰的笨蛋没有获得一份真正工作的动机或打算。THE OVERACHIEVERThe complete opposite to the lazy slob is the type A overachiever. While this guy looks great on paper (good job, six-figure income, sweet condo), he will never be around to hang out with you. When he is around, he will talk only about work. He#39;ll sweep you off your feet with expensive dinners and lavish gifts, but as soon as things get serious, he#39;ll go back to focusing solely on his career.Do you really want a guy who pays more attention to his stocks than to you? We didn#39;t think so.一流的男人与懒惰的笨蛋完全相反的是一流的成功者。虽然这家伙表面上看起来很棒(好工作,六位数的薪水,舒适的公寓),但是他永远不会来跟你约会。当他在旁边时他将只谈工作。他会用昂贵的晚餐和奢华的礼物来让你拜倒,但一旦事情变得严肃,他会回去完全专注到他的事业中。你真的想要一个重视他的股票比重视你还多的男人吗?我们不这么认为。THE BIG KIDSome guys never seem to grow up. As charming as they seem at first, dating someone who is immature can be frustrating. All he wants to do is have fun, which is great (he#39;s adventurous and has great date ideas), but when you settle down and move in together, he#39;ll never want to talk about ;boring; things like finances, rent and chores.If you#39;re looking for long-term love, the big kid is not your go-to guy.大男孩有些人似乎永远不会长大。起初他们看起来很迷人,约会不成熟的人会令人沮丧。所有他想做的事就是玩得开心,这很棒(他有冒险精神和很棒的约会点子),但是当你安定下来,搬到一起住,他绝对不想谈论诸如财政、租金和家务之类的“无聊”事。如果你正在寻找一段长久的恋爱,大男孩不是你要找的男人。 /201305/237585宁德人工授精比较好的医院

福州检查激素六项那个医院最好Although French singer Edith Piaf defiantly sang that she would have no regrets, most people will look back and say ;if only; at many points in their lives。法国歌手伊迪丝·琵雅芙固执地唱出不留任何遗憾的心声,然而大部人往往对人生的某些节点“悔不当初”。But holding on to ;what might have been; can actually be detrimental to your health。然而这种“悔不当初”的心境却会有损健康。Scientists from Concordia University found that people who compared themselves to successful friends and neighbors caught more colds than people who did the same with those they considered worse off。康科迪亚大学的科学家发现那些惯于同成功的朋友邻居比较的人感冒的次数比那些习惯“比下”的人多。Lead author Dr Isabelle Bauer, said: ;Our study examined how younger and older adults cope with life regrets.;该研究的首席作者伊莎贝尔?鲍尔士称:“我们研究了各年龄阶段的成年人处理人生遗憾的方式。”;One common coping mechanism was through social comparisons, which can be both good and bad, depending on whether people think they can undo their regrets.;“其中一项共同的处理模式就是进行社会比较。然而比较是把双刃剑,关键在于人们是否认为能够消除这些遗憾。”;Generally if people compare themselves to those who are worse off, they#39;re going to feel better.;“一般说来, #39;比上#39;让人感觉更遗憾,#39;比下#39;则能舒缓情绪。”;When they compare themselves to people who are better off, it can make them feel worse.;“一般说来, #39;比上#39;让人感觉更遗憾,#39;比下#39;则能舒缓情绪。”The researchers asked 104 adults of various ages to complete a survey about their greatest regrets.研究人员让104名年龄各异的成人完成一项关于人生最大遗憾的调查。These ranged from not spending enough time with their family to having married the wrong person. Participants were then asked to report how the severity of their own regrets compared to the regrets of other people their age。遗憾包括与家人相聚时间太少,夫妻性格不合等。实验要求受试者根据同龄人的遗憾报告自己的遗憾程度。The scientists found those who regularly considered those less fortunate than themselves reported a positive effect on their emotional well-being。科学家发现那些经常和不及自己幸运的人比较的人心理情绪状态更为积极。Senior author Professor Carsten Wrosch, said: ;The emotional distress of regrets can trigger biological disregulation of the hormone and immune systems that makes people more vulnerable to develop clinical health problems - whether a cold or other potentially longer-term health problems. ;高级作家卡斯腾?霍什教授说:“心理遗憾导致的情绪压力会引发荷尔蒙和免疫系统紊乱,让人更容易出现临床健康问题,像感冒或者其他潜在的长期健康隐患。”Unlike findings from previous studies on the same topic, age did not determine how effectively people reconciled their life regrets。本次研究和以往类似话题的研究结果不同,年龄对人们如何处理人生遗憾并没有太大影响。Dr Bauer said: ;Moving on and being able to maintain good emotional well-being depends greatly on an individual#39;s opportunity to correct the cause of their regrets.;鲍尔士称:“能否出现遗憾仍积极生活并保持乐观情绪,很大程度取决于个人能否有机会纠正遗憾产生的原因。” /201302/227542宁德做包皮手术专科医院 Have you ever met people who seem to be happy all the time, and wonder what their secrets are? These people are contented, easy going, generous, and always have a positive outlook in life.Now, if you are conducting a research by asking "What make you a happy person"; they will reveal at least one or two of these five things below.Have a Sense of HumorLife is short, so put a little sense of humor in a stressful situation will keep your blood level maintained. Laugh about it, and suddenly you will lessen the burden.Happiness is contagious! If you are happy, the people around you will be happy. If you have a light sense of humor, your family will have a light sense of humor. Happiness is not a build-in mechanism when you were born; it is something you have to cultivate to exceed.Appreciate Your EnvironmentFind positive things around you instead what are bad or missing. Appreciate your surrounding will make you a happier person.If you look for positive attributes in everything and everywhere you go, you develop an appreciation for the world you live in.Be InspiredAllow other people to inspire you by listening to their stories, or simply just watch them. Let inspiration guides your life to a deeper meaning. If you are open, every single person you meet can be a motivation force in some ways.You can also be an inspirational figure by simply carrying a big smile on your face. Sometimes, turning a bad experience into something positive brings on a different effect.Give YourselfPhysically give yourself in doing such as cooking, or serving, or cleaning at a shelter or any other places, will fulfill the higher purpose in your life. When you give, you also receive. By putting yourself out there to do good for others make the meaning of giving more rewarding. There are a lot of things you can do in your community: cleaning a stretch of the road, or highway, or planning flowers in your city can help you feel belonged and hopeful.Count Your BlessingsThe blessings do not have to be big to count. Sometimes, the littlest thing can really mean more than winning a lottery, such as holding your child in your arms and receive a kiss. Sure, it is nice to have a million dollars in your bank account, but if you come home to an empty house without warm greetings; it is very sad. Count your tiniest blessings daily. It does wonder to your mind!Being a happy person takes work, and it is attainable. We might unable to be cheerful all the time, but with the right attitude and positive frame of mind, we can be one of the happy people, and we will inspire others to have a pleasant outlook in life. /200804/35926福州市一人民医院检查宫腔镜

福州哪里有输卵管造影比较好 Cartoon Characters Get Local Makeovers In AsiaBIG ROUND HEADS and tiny bodies make the Powerpuff Girls instantly identifiable to their fans in America. The preteen karate superheroes star in one of the top-rated shows on cable's Cartoon Network.圆圆的脑袋、豆芽菜般的娇小身材──美国动画剧《飞天小女警》(Powerpuff Girls)中三个小主角的这般形像,“粉丝”们一眼就能认出来。这三个十岁左右却会操空手道的小丫头是卡通电视网(Cartoon Network)热播节目中的明星。Last year, though, the 'Powerpuff Girls' showed up in Japan with a whole new look. On 'Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z,' the heroines have grown up, sprouted long legs and wear skirts well above their knees. In the original American story line, the girls were created of sugar, spice and everything nice; their Japanese counterparts are normal girls who acquire super powers from a chemical reaction initiated by a rice cake.去年《飞天小女警》在日本播出时,她们的形像却发生了翻天覆地的变化。在名为《飞天小女警Z》(Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z)的新版动画中,三个小女孩不但长大了,腿变长了,还穿上了超短裙。在美国版的故事中,三个女孩是用糖、香料等好东西创造出来的。而在日本版中,女孩们却是因食用年糕产生的化学作用而拥有了超能力。Once, American entertainment companies exporting characters just dubbed them into other languages. But in recent years, Asia has become the testing ground for character reinvention, a process called 'transcreation.'border0过去,美国业在对外输出卡通角色时仅仅是配上外语。但近年来,亚洲成为他们重新包装设计形像、进行“翻创”(transcreation)的试验田。The idea is to help characters designed with one audience in mind to really resonate in another culture. 'Japanese kids can more easily identify with characters they can relate to,' says Yoshiya Ayugai, a producer for Time Warner Inc.'s Cartoon Network Productions Japan, who helped re-create the Powerpuff Girls.此举是为了让原来针对某一观众群设计的角色形像能在其他文化环境下产生共鸣。时代华纳公司(Time Warner Inc.)旗下卡通电视网亚洲制作部的制作人Yoshiya Ayugai表示,日本的小孩更易于认同与自己有关联的角色。Yoshiya Ayugai曾参与重新设计《飞天小女警》的角色形像。Marvel Entertainment Inc. and Gotham Entertainment introduced a transcreated 'Spider-Man' to the Indian market in 2004, although the original had been familiar there for a long time. There, Spidey's alter ego, Peter Parker, is known as Pavitr Prabhakar. Spidey gains his powers from a mysterious yogi rather than a radioactive spider. When fighting crime, he sports a traditional loincloth.Marvel Entertainment Inc.和Gotham Entertainment曾在2004年针对印度市场对《蜘蛛侠》(Spider-Man)形像进行翻创,尽管原形像已深入人心。在印度版《蜘蛛侠》中,主人翁的名字由彼得#8226;帕克(Peter Parker)改成了帕维特#8226;普拉哈卡(Pavitr Prabhakar)。而他超人力量的源泉,也从放射性的蜘蛛变成了神秘的瑜珈。并且其变身蜘蛛侠与邪恶势力战斗的造型中还穿上了印度的传统装“斗提裤”。Spidey also inspired one of the region's first transcreations. In 1978, the Japanese media company Toei Co. turned Peter Parker into a racing champion named Yamashiro Takuya, who wears a bracelet that gives him the powers of a spider. His alter ego, 'Supaidah Man,' controls a giant transforming robot to battle an enemy named Professor Monster.蜘蛛侠也是亚洲地区最早一宗翻创案例的主角。1978年,日本东映公司(Toei Co.)曾将彼得#8226;帕克改变成拥有蜘蛛超能力的赛车冠军西谷拓也(Yamashiro Takuya)。而东映版蜘蛛侠的超能来自一只手镯,故事中他操纵着一部能变形的机器人与怪兽教授(Professor Monster)率领的邪恶势力作战。Sesame Street didn't arrive in India until the summer of 2006, as 'Gali Gali Sim Sim,' and introduced Boombah, an aristocratic lion fond of bhangra, a style of dancing seen in Bollywood films. Walt Disney Co. has had a hit in China with its 'Cuties' line of Mickey Mouse and friends featuring tiny eyes, button noses and the almost-not-there mouths of Japan's Hello Kitty. Sometimes the cutie Minnie even carries a cellphone. Disney came up with the design six years ago in Japan, and now it is a top seller among preteens in China who didn't grow up with the original Mickey.《芝麻街》(Sesame Street)2006年夏季才登陆印度,名字变为《加利加利西姆西姆》(Gali Gali Sim Sim),并新加入了一只喜欢跳邦拉舞的狮子布恩巴(Boombah)。邦拉舞是印度宝莱坞电影中常见的一种舞蹈。华特-迪士尼公司(Walt Disney Co.)在中国推出了米老鼠系列卡通人物的“Cutie”版造型,带有与日本Kitty猫造型相似的小眼睛、纽扣鼻和小得几乎见不到的嘴巴。有时候 Cutie版的米妮(Minnie)造型甚至拿着部手机。此系列造型是6年前在日本设计的,如今已经成为中国最畅销的少儿用品系列。Adults like Sarah Chen, a 23-year-old graduate student in Shanghai, like them, too. 'They are so cute and sweet, just like a little baby,' says Ms. Chen, who first discovered the Disney cuties online and eventually purchased a sweater with the modified Mickey Mouse on it.就连成年人也喜欢Cutie版的米老鼠,比如在上海念研究生的Sarah Chen。今年23岁的她第一次在网上发现迪士尼的cutie造型时惊叹道:“这些造型这么可爱,就像小宝宝一样”。最后还买下一件带有Cutie版米老鼠造型的运动衫。Most media companies acknowledge the need to localize their fare. While there is still a global audience for 'Tom and Jerry' reruns and Hollywood blockbusters, American imports don't top the TV ratings in most non-English-speaking markets. Transcreation nods to that need for local relevance.大多数媒体公司都认为,有必要对产品进行本土化设计。虽然重播的《猫和老鼠》(Tom and Jerry)及好莱坞其他畅销动画片在国际上仍有市场,但美国卡通在大多数非英语市场的电视节目中都拿不到最好的成绩。适当的本土化改造仍有必要。'There are very few things that work everywhere,' says Orion Ross, a vice president of creative at Time Warner's Turner Networks in Asia. 'Places with strong national identities, like Japan and India, need adaptation and change,' he says.时代华纳旗下特纳电视网(Turner Networks)亚洲副总裁奥里恩#8226;罗斯(Orion Ross)表示,放之四海而皆准的东西是很少见的。在如日本和印度之类有强烈国家认同感的地区,就有必要进行改编和调整。For some time-tested characters, change doesn't come easily. Disney tweaked Mickey into 'Cutie' form but still insists that only Western women can play Cinderella and Snow White at Tokyo and Hong Kong Disneylands. A Disney spokeswoman says, 'These performers bring the animated roles to life and are therefore cast to most closely resemble the on-screen characters. . . . It's about remaining true to the original animated feature.'对于一些已深入人心的角色造型,想改变它并不容易。虽然迪士尼让米老鼠Cutie化,但仍然坚持香港迪士尼乐园中灰姑娘和白雪公主角色必须由西方女性扮演。该公司某位发言人对此解释称,这些角色的扮演者赋予了动画形像以生命,因此必须与屏幕上的形像最为接近......这涉及到忠实于原造型的问题。The family of 'Peanuts' creator Charles M. Schulz, who died in 2000, forbids any changes to his comic strip. 'There is no adapting Peanuts,' says a spokeswoman for ed Media, the New York company that distributes the feature to newspapers around the world.像2000 年逝世的《花生》(Peanuts)漫画作者查尔斯#8226;M#8226;舒兹(Charles M. Schulz)就禁止对他笔下的角色(著名卡通形像史奴比(Snoopy)就是《花生》漫画的主角之一)作任何改动。拥有《花生》漫画造型版权的 ed Media Ltd.发言人表示,不会有改版的《花生》出现Sometimes, though, changes slip in under the radar. The Times of India printed the Peanuts strip with the dog Snoopy painted brown. After The Wall Street Journal asked about that, a ed Media spokeswoman said it was a 'coloring error' that would be corrected. Now, Snoopy is white in the Indian newspaper.有时候,改动是不易察觉的。在《印度时报》(Times of India)上刊登的《花生》漫画中,史奴比就曾经是灰色的。当《华尔街日报》记者就此事询问ed Media发言人时,他称此乃“配色错误”,应该会纠正过来。现在这份印度报纸上的史奴比已恢复成了白色。 /200803/30009福州不孕不育哪里最好罗源县孕检大约多少钱

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