Friday, September 26, 2008
In fact, several years ago, someone put forward a proposal to cancel NES. At that time, one and another product approved by NES went into trouble. Now, when it is refered to some big milk brands like 三鹿、伊利、蒙牛, 三鹿 is the biggest brand for milk power and done the talking by many famous stars. 蒙牛 is the special use milk for Chinese Astronauts and 伊利 is done the talking by the world famous 110 hurdle athlete LiuXiang. Now more and more people wonder what the NES brings to us? Even thought the quality of a product is great and stable, who can promise there's nothing wrong with it all the time.
In my opinion, NES means testing department gives up it's legal responsibility.
I can't help asking why does NES exist in the competitive market nowadays?
I found the reason from the internet. NES's real purpose is to remove regional protectionism. Before NES was released, many big brands of products were refused because they were not approved by the local testing department. A local director of AQSIQ even said " No problems of products won't be detected if they are tested by me". Many companies complained to the general testing department, so NES was born. NES helps the big companies be bigger and break the block of local protectionism. But in my point of view, it's also a deprivation of rights from the local by the central.
I should say NES solved some problems for the big companies at it was released. But it ran counter to original purpose further and further as time goes by. On one hand, companies left no stones unturned to be proved by NES, on the other hand, the goverment green-lighted local companies out of identity of interests. Approving of layers and layers became decorations if all the relationships were put through(relationship means a lot in China).
From then on, the NES is just like a shoes with many holes gamed by all sides of interests and degenerated into a tool for collusion between officials and businessman.
But even so, I'm confident with the government. Let's rub our eyes and wait.
(Oh, I'm not good at writing this kind of article, let alone in English. I must have made many many mistakes because I even make some words like green-lighted by myself. Forgive my folly)
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Saturday, September 20, 2008
I'll show you some photos of me and my roommates, they are all cool guys!
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Well, no matter how bad it is, I'll go on learning in my way. Hopefully, the next two classes in the afternoon can give me surprise!
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Monday, September 15, 2008
There were so many audiences here at the gym. This was my first time to see so many disabled people on their wheelchairs. I adore them for their positive attitude to life. I'm not sure whether I'll be as strong as them if I'm disabled. I don't want to watch the Paralympics on TV, the only reason of that is I feel heart broken seeing so many disabled bodies. However, if I am the disabled athlete, I think I need audiences to support me, not avoiding eyesight. We should not just feel I'm sorry facing the disabled, I think we'd better treat them just like ordinary people.
As an audience, I think the competitive atmosphere is more or less coverd by the warm air of friendship and care. Every athlete, no matter win or lose, received a warm applause. Everyone is a winner just appearing on the stage. In my heart, I want to give each of the athlets a warm hug.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
My cat, as a matter of fact, she's my roommate's, died tonight, the full moon night. I write this article to memory her, although the time we spent is no more than four days, apparently we've built a relationship which make me really sad now.
With a cup of wine in my hand, I ask the blue sky.
I don't know what season it would be in the heavens on this night.
I'd like to ride the wind to fly home.
Yet I fear the crystal and jade mansions are much too high and cold for me.
Dancing with my moon-lit shadow
It does not seem like the human world
The moon rounds the red mansion Stoops to silk-pad doors
Shines upon the sleepless Bearing no grudge
Why does the moon tend to be full when people are apart?
People may have sorrow or joy, be near or far apart
The moon may be dim or bright, wax or wane
This has been going on since the beginning of time
May we all be blessed with longevity Though far apart, we are still able to share the beauty of the moon together.
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Friday, September 12, 2008
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
teapot and cup
dinosaur and rhinoceros
all of the fruits are 3D
For beginners, the recipe of watching these photos is to firstly watch close to the screen, then slowly turn your head back, while moving, don't let your eyes focus on the screen, but deeper into the screen. You'll get 3D characters all of a sudden. That's a scientific field of studying your right brain, which incharges your sense of space.
Monday, September 8, 2008
We were really lucky. Not only because of the girls surrounded with us, but also the host was always making eye contact with us while he was talking. They gave us a big chance to appear on the TV. HAHA. I phoned my parents to turn on the TV and watch me. To my surprise, they just couldn't recognize me! I pretended to be so angry that I said to my mom You don't miss me for you can't recognize me on TV! HaHa, Mom said she watched the TV so carefull that she almost cried. My mother is a really good mom. I'm not at home for 5 months just turn she crazy, let alone if my brother leave her for Japan.
It was funny during the record of the show. I think myself goodlooking enough to attract the camera lens so I behave myself seriously(scared by the dry ice emitter is an exception). My poor fellow was demanded to perform on the stage! His task was to follow what the fitness instructor had done. The instructor did push-up with her ankles upon a big soft ball, but he did it on his ass! All the audiences bursted into laughters.
Saturday, September 6, 2008
Red-crowned crane is selected to be candidate of the national bird of China by the public. And Forestry Bureau has submitted it to the higher authority, but they haven't received any reply yet. It's said that the focus of the discussion is " The Latin name of Red-crowned crane is Grus japonensis, which is not a sutible name for the national bird of China."
I think the reason why the Latin name of Red-crouned crane can raise such a big dispute is that many people hold narrow ethnic culture, which is not compatible with the modern cultural conception, such as openess, tolerance and sharing.
Also, the dispute implies people are not confident with their culture. For thousands of years, China is alway being the center of Asia, occupying the position of culture delivering, formed the cultural circle of Confucianism and became one of the most important culture types of the world. However, in the near 100 years, the culture delivering almost totally stopped, Chinese were no more confident with the cultural position and even ran to contendding cultural heritage with their little brothers in the circle.
Jiangling Rite is not Dragon boat festival, Korean Medicine is not equal to Chinese traditional medical science, lead printing type is not wooden printing type and Japanese characters are not totally equal to Chinese characters. The cultures considered as rubbish are now blooming in the countries nearby and still give a positive influence to the country and people. When they claim they own the culture value and made contributions to that, do we have face to argue with them? China is a big county, but many Chinese don't have a great-power mentality they should have.
Culture can be shared and in return sharing can extend the value of culture. I've seen a lot of Japanese paintings where red-crowned cranes are flying in the snow storm, not the same with Chinese painting where cranes are always with pine meaning long life. I don't study much about the cranes between Japanese and Chinese paintings, but what I often see in a disaster people made a thousand paper cranes giving each other and blessing which shows us it's not difficult to share our culture.
Of course, the judges of national bird is just a surface layer of the culture. How to restore the sense of worth broken up by the reality of the citizens is even more important. If our sense of culture is open, tolerant and multicomponent,and our spirit is confident, free and proud, how can the Grus japonensis be a debatable question?
Friday, September 5, 2008
This show is called Thousand-armed Goddess of Mercy. It was performed by the deaf mute. You can see three teachers in different directions on the stage corner gesticulating to let them move with the rhythm of the music. They are so beautiful and strong. It's one of my favorite performance.
Thursday, September 4, 2008
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
In the morning of August 30th, two dead bodies were digged out at a small village of Pan Zhi Hua(攀枝花). When the family were having dinner, the earthquake came all at once, the Mother protected her daughter from hurt using her own back as a shelf, whose hand was holding chopsticks with no time to drop. At the last step to death, the Mother still protected her daughter.
Google Chrome was released this morning. I couldn't want to download it and install.
I like the plain interface and the new function of address field. The connection speed is much improved compared to IE 7 and Firefox. However, I found some something inconvenient about Google Chrome. Take blogger.com as an example, the characters and letters become smaller and ill-favored shown by Google Chrome. And it's not compatible with a lot of software. I just can't pick out the word for translation from the screen. I know all of these bugs will be removed quite soon 'cos it's very usual to meets all kinds of bugs when a product is released especially software. See how many plug-ins haven been added to windows XP.
Anyway, it's a good thing that Microsoft meet a strong opponent in the field of explorer.
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
(PinYin: ting wuliaode shiba. wozhe'er youge haochaishi)
Nothing to do? I have a good news.
(PinYin: shuolai tingting)
Tell me about it.
-和我 去 798 吧？
(hewo qu qi-jiu-ba ba?)
Let's go to visit Beijing 798 Art Zone.
-哦？貌似 听说 过 那里。
(o? maosi tingshuo guo nali.)
Hmmm, it seems that I hear about it.
Will you come?
-什么 时候 啊？
(sheme shihou a?)
-后天，到 时候 定 吧。
(hou tian, dao shihou ding ba)
The day after tomorrow, we make it at that time.
When eating the fish, usually, the host will first direct with his chopsticks to the fish to eat for the guest, and let the guest take the first bite to show his gracious hospitality. When one side of the fish is eaten up, remember, neither the host nor the guest can turn the fish over. The host will teach you how to eat without turning it over. In addition, you should not say "turn it over", either. Because "turn it over" means "turn the ship over". That's ominous for a fisherman.
Why "turn the fish over" means "turn the ship over"? In ancient Chinese, fish means dragon, someone called dragonfish. And ship means wooden dragon(you can often see dragon boat competition in Chinese traditional festival). So fish and ship have some relationship for fishermen.
Oh, that's just a custom for fisherman family. When my families are eating a fish, we don't care.
Monday, September 1, 2008
-好久不见了。(pinyin: hao jiu bu jian le.) Long time no see.
-是啊。(pinyin: shi a.) Yeah.
-最近你都干嘛呢？(pinyin: zui jin ni dou gan ma ne?) What are you doing these days?
-没干嘛，挺无聊的。(pinyin: mei gan ma, ting wu liao de.) Nothing, just bored.
These is the dialogue I used in the dining hall to greet one of my friend happen to meet today.