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秀洲区做眼袋手术多少钱海盐县妇幼保健院口腔美容中心As if motherhood wasn#39;t stressful enough, a competition has been launched in China to find the #39;hottest mum.#39;近日新浪微推出了第一届“辣妈大赛”,仿佛当妈没什么压力似的。Dozens of photos of potential winners were sent into Weibo after the search started.比赛开始后,有充分获奖潜质的辣妈们便往微上传了不少照片。But some of the mothers look so similar to their daughters that it is difficult to tell them apart and instead they look like sisters.但有的辣妈们和女儿看起来似乎年龄相仿,很难辨别出哪个是妈妈哪个是女儿,反倒看起来像是。This is partly due to the heavy filters put on the photos which blurs out any features associated with aging, but also due to the age of some of the mothers.部分原因是照片上滤镜的大量使用,使得人们看不出年龄的痕迹。但也有部分辣妈的年纪确实甚小。Some of the mothers are seen in #39;natural shots#39; posing with their daughters as they walk along the street or dine out in a cafe.也有辣妈和女儿一同出镜,拍摄得较为自然,包括母女一同上街或是去咖啡馆进餐。But some of them are more contrived and look as they though have been taken in a professional studio.但还有一些照片则经过了修饰,看起来像是在专业摄影店拍摄的。It is not clear what the prize is yet or whether the title of #39;hottest mum#39; is enough for potential winners.“辣妈大赛”的奖品目前尚不清楚,但恐怕仅有“辣妈”的称号对于众多可能获奖者来说是不够的吧。 /201312/269577嘉兴市新塍人民医院做韩式隆鼻手术多少钱 The term diaosi originated as an insult for a poor, unattractive young person who stayed at home all day playing games, with dim prospects for the future -- in other words, a loser. Yet as the term went viral on the Internet, Chinese youth from all backgrounds began to embrace it.“屌丝”一词原是对那些既没钞票又没相貌,整天在宅家里打游戏,前途一片渺茫的年轻人的侮辱性称谓,换个词说就是失败者的意思。但随着这一词语走红网络,各种背景的中国年轻人都开始自嘲为“屌丝”。It has become a self-deprecating counter to the gaofushuai, or the ;tall-rich-handsome,; those with status, success, and bright futures. The number of people who refer to themselves as diaosi has continued to grow, and it is slowly transforming into a descriptor of the ordinary Chinese citizen who faces everyday struggles and hardships.和这一自贬词语相对的是“高富帅”,就是“个子高,有钱又有貌”的人,他们有地位,活得很成功,前途一片光明。而管自己叫“屌丝”的人越来越多,这一词语也渐渐演化成了中国市井小民的代名词,他们每天都要面对各种艰辛,努力谋生。This infographic, created by Sohu Business, posits that the time of the sought-after high-end Chinese consumer, drawn to high-end brands and other symbols of status, may be ending. In their place, the diaosi are poised to become the mainstream consumers in China. It also hints at a future turning point: China#39;s underdogs just may become the country#39;s mainstream.这些图表由搜狐财经制作,从中可以看出中国高端人群人热衷于名牌商标和其它象征高档地位商品的时代已经过去了,现在“屌丝”成了中国主流消费者;另一个转折点是,草根阶层成为中国的主流群体。Ever since GDP growth dropped to 7.8 percent in 2012, the Chinese economy hasn#39;t been quite as robust. Affected by the economic environment, China#39;s luxury goods consumption has substantially declined, giving business people a big headache.自2012年中国GDP增长下降至7.8个百分点之后,中国经济发展也趋向疲软。受经济环境影响,中国奢侈品消费量大幅下跌,商人对此大为头痛。We#39;ve heard that the diaosi#39;s main profession is ;moving bricks; , but this doesn#39;t seem to be the real situation ...我们知道屌丝的主要工作是“搬砖”,但事实好像并非如此……Programmers and media industry workers had the highest percentage of self-identified diaosi, but only fewer than 10 percent of civil servants self-identified as diaosi.自称为“屌丝”的人群中,有很大一部分人都在编程和传媒行业工作,只有不到10%的公务员自认为是“屌丝”。The diaosi identity is strongest in the 30 to 39 year-olds, with more than 80 percent identifying as such.自认为“屌丝”人大多是30至39岁的人,他们占到所有屌丝人口的80%以上。So, if you encounter a no-car, no-home, no-girlfriend, over 20, almost 30-year-old media worker or programmer, make no mistake -- he is a so-called diaosi.从上图可见,要是你遇见一个二十多岁马上奔三十的人,他没房没车没女友,不是程序员就是搞传媒的,那么他准保是个“屌丝”。Different incomes affect the degree of diaosi self-identification.不同的收入情况也影响到了“屌丝”的分布。In fact, survey respondents with incomes of 6,001-8,000 RMB for men and 3,001-6,000 RMB for women most identified with diaosi. Beijing residents#39; per capita disposable income is only 3,039 RMB, suggesting that the large majority of self-identified diaosi actually have incomes higher than the average income level of society. In addition, they do not need to care for cars or homes.事实上在受访人群中,月薪6001-8000元的男性和3001-6000元的女性更愿意把自己称作“屌丝”,而北京居民的人均可配收入只有3039元。这说明大部分“屌丝”的收入都要高于社会平均水平。而且,他们不用为买车买房担心。In consumer attitudes, diaosi value quality and fashion the most, while only fewer than 10 percent value necessities, suggesting that though everyone identifies as diaosi, they still want to pursue a high quality of life.在消费态度方面,“屌丝”最看重质量和时尚。只有不到10%的人关注日常所需。这意味着尽管人人自称为“屌丝”,他们都想拥有高品质生活。At the same time, diaosi really like to lounge around at home. At night they tend to stay home and use the Internet, and they especially love to play games. Thus, socializing is diaosis#39; biggest shortcoming and also their greatest demand.同时,“屌丝”真的很宅。他们晚上大都呆在家里上网,尤其热爱打游戏,因此社交是屌丝们的致命缺陷,也是他们的最大需求。The survey demonstrates that only one third of single diaosi have a significant other, or, on average only one in three males have a girlfriend. Additionally, the majority of diaosi are between 20-30 years old, the prime period for dating. Thus, socializing is truly the diaosi#39;s greatest demand.调查显示,只有三分之一的单身屌丝有“重要的另一半”,换句话说就是平均每三个男性中只有一个有女朋友。另外,大多数屌丝都在20到30岁之间,正是外出约会的黄金年龄。因此,社交沟通的确是屌丝的最大需求。In conclusion: those who identify as part of the diaosi subculture have gradually become a unique consumer group. They have strong purchasing power and rational consumption attitudes.总的说来,这些自认为属于“屌丝亚文化”的人正渐渐演化为独特的消费人群。他们有很强的购买力和理性的消费态度。The concept of pursuing the ;high-end, powerful, and upscale; is aly past; now we must direct our attention toward the diaosi concepts of ;quality, thoughtfulness, and creativity.; The diaosi could become the future mainstream consumers, inevitably giving rise to new business opportunities.购买“高端大气上档次”产品的观念已经成为过去;现在我们要将注意力转移到屌丝的购物理念上:“质量、体贴、有新意”。现在的屌丝有可能成为明天的主流消费者,必将带来新的商机。 /201307/246576There#39;s nothing quite like curling up with a good book and visiting your favorite literary characters. They#39;re wonderful, lovable, and make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.没有什么比拿起一本好书、拜访你最喜欢的书中角色更美妙的了。他们如此美妙可爱,让你发自内心感到温暖。But with them, come...those other characters. The characters that you loathe. The characters that you know you could like, if they just changed that one thing about themselves. They#39;re the characters you just want to smack.但随之而来的还有其他一些角色,那些你讨厌的角色。你知道,如果这些角色能做出一点改变,你也许会喜欢他们的。而面对这些角色,你只想给他们一耳光。These characters aren#39;t necessarily bad; in fact, many of them are the protagonists of their stories. But good guy or evil witch, these characters are all in severe need of a wake up call, with a healthy side dose of reality.这些角色不一定是坏人;事实上许多还是故事的主角。但不管是好人还是恶魔,这些角色都急需被现实唤醒。Check out our list of 13 famous literary characters we#39;d like to slap. Who would you add to the list?看看我们总结的13个欠揍的著名文学作品角色,你还想把谁加上去?Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby杰·盖茨比——《了不起的盖茨比》The pitiful, self-centered Daisy Buchanan has been classified for decades as one of the worst characters of all time. But perhaps the real problem with the novel was Jay Gatsby himself. The constant pining over someone as terrible as Daisy is exhausting and makes him every bit as (if not more) horrible than Daisy.可悲可叹、自我为中心的黛西·布坎南一直被认为是有史以来最讨厌的角色之一。但也许这本小说里真正的问题出在杰·盖茨比自己身上。苦苦守候像黛西这样糟糕的人让他筋疲力尽,而且让他比黛西还要可怕。Amy March, Little Women艾美·马区—— 《小妇人》Amy March is the reason youngest children have a terrible reputation. As a little girl, she#39;s a collicky, spoiled brat, constantly ruining her older sisters#39; outings. As a young adult, she#39;s snobby, uppity and way too obsessed with her nose.艾美·马区的存在让所有家庭里最小的孩子都有了坏名声。她还是个小女孩时,就是个爱哭的被宠坏的孩子,总是破坏她们的郊游。而成年以后,她又势力、傲慢,而且过于着迷于自己的鼻子。Miss Havisham, Great Expectations赫维辛——《远大前程》Miss Havisham adopts a daughter for the sole purpose of using her as a pawn to torment the male species. HOW AWFUL IS THAT?! Plus, that rotting wedding cake must have made her house smell disgusting.赫维辛收养了一个女儿,而目的只是利用她作为筹码来折磨男性。多可怕呀!另外,那个腐烂的婚礼蛋糕一定让她的房子充满了恶心的味道。Romeo Montague, Romeo amp; Juliet罗密欧·蒙太古——《罗密欧与朱丽叶》Oh, Romeo. You only knew her for four days. Did you really have to kill yourself over a girl that you knew for less than a week? Not to mention, she was only 13, and your romance would be illegal in most countries.噢,罗密欧,你认识她只有四天。你真的有必要为了一个认识还不到一周的女孩去自杀吗?何况她只有13岁,你的罗曼史在大多数国家恐怕是非法的。Joffrey Baratheon, A Song of Ice and Fire series乔佛里·拜拉席恩——《冰与火之歌》系列小说Simply put, this kid needs a good spanking.简单地说,这个孩子需要好好教训一顿。The Cat in the Hat, The Cat in the Hat戴帽子的猫——《戴帽子的猫》Sure, the Cat seems like a fun guy, until you realize he broke into a home, invited his friends over, trashed the place, and then disappeared without a trace. Also, he speaks in obnoxious rhymes.是的,这只猫看上去好像很有意思,直到你意识到他闯入了一个家庭,还邀请他的朋友一起,把这个地方搞得一团糟,然后又消失的无影无踪。而且他说话的韵脚也很讨厌。Edmund Pevensie, The Chronicles of Narnia艾德蒙·佩文西——《纳尼亚传奇》Did Edmund actually know what Turkish Delights tasted like when he sold out his entire family to the White Witch for a box? For those of you unfamiliar, here#39;s a great description of the treat: ;It tasted like soap rolled in plaster dust, or like a lump of Renuzit air freshener: The texture was both waxy and filling-looseningly chewy.;当艾德蒙向白女巫出卖他的整个家庭来换取一盒土耳其软糖的时候,他是否真正知道糖的味道呢?对于不熟悉故事的人,这有一段不错的描述:“这种糖吃起来好像裹了石膏灰的肥皂,又像一块瑞风空气清新剂,感觉又柔软又蓬松难嚼。”Harry Potter, Harry Potter series哈利·波特——《哈利波特》系列小说Harry Potter is one of the greatest literary characters of our time, but he#39;s also one of the most eminently slappable. He#39;s constantly not listening to people and breaking rules, then getting into danger for breaking said rules. Two hundred points to Gryffindor!哈利·波特是我们这个时代最伟大的文学人物之一,但他也是最欠揍的人物之一。他总是不听别人的话,破坏规矩,然后又因此陷入危险。给格兰芬多学院加200分!Willy Wonka, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory威利·旺卡——《查理和巧克力工厂》Willy Wonka was a confectionary genius (Everlasting Gobstoppers, anyone?). But the factory he manned was an extremely unsafe workplace environment. Children who entered his workplace often went missing for unexplainable reasons -- how did no one investigate Mr. Wonka for that?!威利·旺卡是一个糖果天才(制造吃不完的石头弹子糖,有人想吃吗?)但是他的工厂是一个极其不安全的工作环境。进入他的工厂的孩子们总是无缘无故失踪了。怎么没有人因此调查旺卡先生呢?!Effie Trinket, The Hunger Games series艾菲·纯克特——《饥饿游戏》系列小说You can#39;t help but want to shake some sense into Effie Trinket. Her perma-positive attitude when sending children to meet their death is nauseating enough to make you want to send her into the arena.你忍不住想要给艾菲·纯克特灌输一点良知。她把孩子们送去面临死亡时的积极态度令人恶心,这已经足够让你想要把她送上竞技场了。Waldo, Where#39;s Waldo?沃尔多——《沃尔多在哪里?》Why can#39;t you just be where you#39;re supposed to be, Waldo?你为什么就不能待在你应该在的地方呢,沃尔多?Tom Sawyer, Adventures of Tom Sawyer汤姆·索亚——《汤姆索亚历险记》Tom Sawyer is a fence painter, death-faker, genuine American psychopath. We don#39;t know why Huckleberry Finn was friends with him.汤姆·索亚是个围栏油漆工,爱装死,是个真正的美国精神病患者。我们不明白为什么哈克·贝利和他做朋友。Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Peter Rabbit彼得兔——《彼得兔的故事》Peter Rabbit#39;s mother told him not to go into Mr. McGregor#39;s garden. That was THE ONLY RULE. Come to think of it, Peter Rabbit and Harry Potter would get along great.彼得兔的妈妈告诉他,不要进入麦格雷戈先生的花园。这是唯一的一条规矩。考虑到这一点,彼得兔和哈利·波特也许可以友好相处。 /201312/267165海盐共振吸脂价格

嘉兴曙光整形医院丰胸手术好不好嘉兴整形公立医院修眉多少钱 Having a cold beer after a hot bath is a nightly ritual for many Japanese, and now the country has found a way to further indulge -- soaking in the suds themselves.In Hakone Kowakien Yunessun, a mountainous hot spring resort just a day trip from Tokyo, a spa park is offering a bathtub, shaped like a beer mug, filled with heated amber water and white foam with the aroma of hops and barley.The resort is also pouring and spraying real beer into the bath and onto the customers three times a day until December 31.The beer bath installation, which began late last month, pays homage to the "beer fights" of professional baseball season winners."We wanted ordinary people to enjoy the fun," the spa said in a statement.The facility says the beer bath moisturises and cleanses the skin.The theme park-style facility, which features various tubs of hot spring water, annually celebrates the release of the Beaujolais Nouveau with a real sommelier pouring the fresh wine into its open-air "wine spa."The Yunessun also offers baths of coffee, tea and Japanese sake. 很多日本人习惯晚上洗个热水澡后喝杯冰镇啤酒。现在,日本人又多了一个畅享啤酒的方式——“啤酒浴”。距离东京仅有一天路程的神奈川县箱根町是一个多山的温泉胜地。这里的一家温泉公园设了一种啤酒杯状的浴缸,浴缸内盛满了散发着啤酒花和大麦清香的热啤酒。工作人员还将啤酒倒进浴缸并向客人身上喷洒,这一务每天提供三次,截止到12月31日。“温泉啤酒浴”务于上个月末推出,其灵感主要来自于职业棒球的赛季冠军们“洒啤酒”庆祝胜利的做法。温泉公园在一份声明中说:“我们想让普通人也体会一下这种乐趣。”据介绍,洗啤酒浴能够清洁并滋润肌肤。该公园提供各式的“主题温泉浴”设施。在一年一度的宝祖利新酒上市庆祝仪式上,一名斟酒员会将新鲜的酒倒进公园的露天“酒温泉”里。箱根町温泉胜地还向游客提供咖啡浴、茶浴及日本米酒浴。 /200803/29225嘉兴哪里可以洗纹身而且不留疤

嘉兴曙光整形美容医院韩式隆鼻好吗"We wish you a merry Christmas, we wish you a merry Christmas…"Have you heard that song? Yup! It's Christmas time! This Christmas, I stayed with my "host family"1. It was an amazing experience to see how a typical American family would celebrate the biggest western festival of the year.   Christmas, like our Spring Festival, has a meaning in itself. Christmas Day, which is on December 25, is the birthday of Jesus Christ--the son of God. That's why it is called Christmas. On that day, Christians would get together with their families to celebrate the birthday of Jesus. But nowadays, the religious meaning of Christmas has become less emphasized. To many families, it is just a time of family reunion and the ever-exciting present-giving.  Our school had been on winter vacation since December 11. I stayed at my friend, Stephen Stapczynski's house--his family was my "host family". Although Christmas was still more than ten days ahead, the festive spirit had aly been teeming everywhere. The Christmas tree had aly been set up, and on every windowsill, there were Christmas lights. On the first day I arrived at their house, Stephen and I helped Mrs. Stapczynski put decorations on the Christmas tree. The tree looked so nice with all the lights on and the beautiful ornaments dangling from its branches.  As Christmas came closer, the whole neighborhood had made preparations too. Some people would hold parties at their houses, inviting all their neighbors to come. So every night, if you went out, you would see a long line of cars parked in front of some house--a party's on!  What's more, the Christmas decorations that some people put on their windows and in gardens were just amazing. On one night, we went out in our car for a "tour of lights". There was one street that was so famous for its lights that it got its way into the local paper. We had a hard time finding the well-hidden street, but it turned out to be worth the effort. Lights shone brightly in front of nearly every house, on trees, bushes, doors, windows…everywhere, taking different shapes, making it seem almost like daytime. Huge inflatable figures in the front gardens were waving to us: there were Santa Clauses2, of course, chuckling merrily away; and there were also other Christmas figures, like Rudolph3--the red-nosed reindeer--with his red nose gleaming ever so brightly; even Bart Simpson--a character in the famous comedy The Simpsons--had joined the jolly party, wearing a Santa's hat. The street set off a lot of "ooh"s and "aah"s inside the car.4 When we left, there was a line of cars in the street, all there to see the lights.  Christmas is the time for exchanging presents. Stephen and Niko had been thinking about their Christmas lists (a list of things they wish "Santa"to give them for Christmas) for a long time. I didn't want to ask for anything, but the Stapczynskis were so kind to "force"me make one list as well (Mr. Stapczynski told me if I didn't make one he would chop off my legs). So I wrote down a couple of things that I would like to have, and gave the list to them--sorry, my mistake--to Santa.   Finally, Christmas Eve came. There was a special Christmas service at the church at 6 p.m. It was certainly a very interesting experience for me. The priest started the service ing and sang out extractions from a holy book--The Divine Liturgy. For several times, we would stand up and pray. Sometimes, the church choir would start singing. The atmosphere was very quiet and holy. Then there was a ceremony called "The Receiving Communion". People waited in line to "receive"a spoonful of food from the priest. It was a very special Christmas tradition. The food was made from b and wine. The b represents the body of Jesus, and the wine represents his blood. After this ceremony, the priest had a speech. He reminded us not to forget the true meaning of Christmas, and let Jesus really live inside us--that is, to love the people around us wholeheartedly. I think that no matter if you are a Christian or not, this principle should be part of our lives. After the priest finished his speech, the part that I enjoyed most came: Christmas carols5. Christmas carols are songs that people sing at Christmas, such as "Jingle Bells", "We Wish You a Merry Christmas", "Silent Night"and so on. Some were very merry, others sounded quite holy, but all of them were beautiful. I closed my eyes, and let all the peacefulness and happiness that were in the songs flow through me. What a feeling it was!  We went to sleep earlier that day for we had to get up early on Christmas Day to open our presents. Sure enough, when I was still half-way during a sweet dream, Stephen burst into my room and told me to get up and open presents. There were a huge pile of presents under the Christmas tree, and there was such a mysterious mist shrouding them that made me eager to see what they all were. So one by one, we went through all the presents. Mr. and Mrs. Stapczynski had bought me everything I had written on my Christmas list--and a lot more! I got music CDs, film DVDs, clothes, books… I was very happy, and I didn't know how to express my appreciation for what they had done for me. Stephen and Niko had gotten a lot of presents too, and they had aly been trying out their new games!  In the afternoon, we went to Mrs. Stapczynski's brother, Uncle Stan's house. They had prepared a marvelous meal for us. A lot of their friends and relatives also came. I saw Stephen and Niko's grandparents, Yiayia and Papou (words of grandma and grandpa in Greek--Mrs. Stapczynski's parents came from Greece, so they like the boys using Greek words to call them). They were very kind to me, and treated me just like one of their family members. We had a very luxurious meal, consisting of turkey, beef, pork, and all sorts of other food.   After the meal, when all the stomachs were full and everyone was feeling drowsy6 from all the food, we just sat around the table and chatted, just like what we Chinese people do at the Spring Festival. After all, Christmas, like the Spring Festival, is a time for us to get away from our busy lives, a time for family gathering, and a time to have some fun.  Notes:  1. host family: 寄住家庭或接待家庭。学校安排那些圣诞节仍留在美国的国际学生住在当地的寄住家庭中。  2. Santa Claus: 圣诞老人。  3. Rudolph: 每到圣诞节,圣诞老人乘坐驯鹿雪撬给孩子们送礼物,其中指路的驯鹿的名字叫Rudolph,它的鼻子是红色的,所以称其为"red-nose reindeer"。  4. 街上的景象使车中响起一片惊奇的声音。set off: 激起,引起。   5. carol: (圣诞)颂歌。   6. drowsy: 困倦的。 /200803/29061 嘉兴市曙光医院激光除皱多少钱浙江省荣军医院打溶脂针多少钱

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