It is indeed the most effective way for China with implementing family planning to solve the population problem. But family planning has so far made little progress. While half of the world is suffering from starvation, poor health and a low life standard, we cannot just think lightly the population problem. We have to make the birth rate under control.
The main enemy of family planning is illiteracy. For example, Brazil and India have the highest birth rate, and they embrace the highest illiteracy rate, and their people even have no idea of birth control.
Nowadays Chinas population is growing rapidly. Therefore it is crucial for Chinas economic improvement to control the growth of population. China should spirit up the whole nation to take actions.
In recent years, extravagance and waste have become increasingly serious in some of the university campus. We can see that papers, bottles and cans are thrown away after use; food is wasted just because of its poor taste; clothes are discarded simply owing to their old fashion. As a consequence, people in mounting numbers put great emphasis on creating a green campus.
There are at least two criteria to distinguish what is green campus. On the one hand, natural resources must be conserved and made full use of, for example, we, as college students, should take the wise use of papers and second-hand textbooks into account. On the other hand, education to build up thrift habits must be promoted by relevant departments and professionals at various levels.
Accordingly, it is necessary for us to take effective steps. For one thing, university authorities should respond with the demand for more rigid conservation of our natural resources, such as water, electricity, and so on. For another, we should enhance the awareness of college students that creating a green campus is of utmost significance to both our society and ourselves.
Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled My View on the “Campus Star” Contest. You should write 120 words following the outline given below.
This simple picture represents a situation that every person must face: when approaching a junction, which direction should one choose?
Most viewers can empathize with the sense of hesitation and uncertainty embodied in such an image. Without exception, everyone has to make choices in life, whether they concern school, career, or love. While some choices are simple, one cannot avoid the task of making difficult decisions.
Choices are often directly related to ones happiness. University students,for example, face a hard and crucial decision upon graduating. Many students have difficulty deciding whether to continue studying or begin developing a career. Every individual is different, and one must take the factors of ones personal life into consideration. In addition to an awareness of specific circumstances, however, making the right choice also depends on correct appraisal of oneself.
In order to choose correctly, therefore, one must be both realistic and self aware.Furthermore, once having made a decision, one should seriously accept and pursue the path one has chosen, and strive towards the realization of ones goal with spirit.
For thousands of years, people have accepted challenges in different fields. There are not only physical challenges, but also social and intellectual(聪明的) challenges. Some people risk(冒…险) their lives in playing sports to see how well they can do. Others try to make and invent(发明) something to make life easier. They all enjoy challenges.
Why do people enjoy these challenges? There are probably many reasons. One is curiosity. The other is the personal feeling of success, of achievement, and nowadays, for some people, it is a business.
Today, we still have many challengers before us. Medical science faces the challenges of conquering many diseases which still attack human beings. Engineers and planners must build new cities, design and produce new kinds of transportation. Scientists must develop new forms of energy. In short, we live in an age of challenges.
Under the pressure of finding job, running a business is most fresh graduates dream. But it is not as easy as speaking.
But a recent survey showed that such ambition lacks necessary support and still remain dreaming stage. The Shanghai Municipal Employment Promotion Center polled 1,276 graduates from several universities and colleges in the city, and showed 59.78 percent of respondents think it is possible to set up a company or a small store, but they just stop at the thinking stage. The top reason for not releasing this dream is a shortage of investment and a lack of business opportunity.
In a word, it needs all kinds of factories to start a business. And when a person is going to run a business, he should arm himself with necessary knowledge.
China has the largest population all over the world which makes it difficult to develop economy well. Thinking about Chinas economy development some hold the view that it is necessary for China to implement one child policy. While others think that one child policy does no good to childrens growing up. I am in favor of the latter opinion.
Firstly one child policy will make children feel lonely. It means every couple only has one child. We know clearly that there is not everything children are willing to tell their parents. Growing up with no brother or sister, the child may be easily in mental problem such as autism. In addition, parents with only one child will spoil their child overly. As a consequence the child will be the so called little emperor or little princess. When the child grows up it is difficult for the child to adapt to the world the society
All in all to some extent one child policy will solve the large population problem but from the perspective of long term development of china it does no good. Because we must take the young generations healthy growing up into consideration.
Campus safety is a serious problem that is worth our attention in education, especially when tragic events happened. The stampede at a middle school in Hunan Province which took eight teenagers lives and injured 26 others still stuck in our mind.
The tragic events serve as a warning sign to call on everyone to protect campus. Schools across the country should treat safety education seriously and put it into action compulsorily. Besides, they should revise their emergency preparedness plans and tighten security. For example, security guards should patrol campus seriously such as teaching buildings and student dorms, and enforce strict entrance checks, barring entry to anyone carrying a gun or a knife.
As students, we should strengthen our knowledge of safety, which requires us to be alert to some potential hazards in our daily life. For example, lock the dorm at night or whenever we are alone in dorm.
Displaying Wealth Online
Nowadays, it is not rare to see people displaying their wealth on the Internet. Some post pictures of luxury goods, such as brand clothes and bags, luxurious automobiles or jewelries. Some write about their experiences in which a lot of money is spent.
People have different responses to this phenomenon. Some say that it is peoples right to share their possessions or experiences with others on the Internet, as long as the things are legal and the experiences real. However, some criticize that the rich people are too arrogant. Whats worse, there are also a few who are not actually rich but put fake photos only to satisfy their vanity.
In my opinion, sharing is a good thing, and it is exactly the spirit of the Internet. But people should make careful choice on what they are sharing. After all, showing off is not very nice, not to mention faking.
Nowadays on the one hand colleges and universities recruit a large number of students every year, on the other hand students will be in a more competitive labor market than before after four years study. But there are still many graduates go home without job.
With more graduates and less job opportunities, students are encouraged to start business on their own when they graduate from university. They can start anything they are interested in, make decisions on their own, and obtain the fruit of their own labor. Only by this way will graduates become more independent, confident and creative.
However this process is supposed to get the support of government. So the government should provide these students with special policies, and lead them into a right road.
Every child is not only their parents treasure, but also the hope of a country. So as a gathering place, campus safety is proved to be of great signification.
However, in recent years campus security is being threatened. For example some people, who have been through something bad will take revenge on the society. Because they think its the society who brings them disaster. And school is important to society while students are the vulnerable group, who dont have much ability to fight back. So they can easily success. Its high time that we should take measures to keep a safe campus. First of all, the school should hire more responsible janitors and make specific rules to prevent the social people from stepping into the campus. Secondly, when hiring new teachers, the school should not only consider their teaching skill but also their personal quality. The school also has to make some speechs for students to increase their safe consciousness.
In a word, it needs all of us to spare no effort to keep campus safe, and people no matter whose work is can contribute to help the student grow healthy.
Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay on the topic of create a green campus. You should write at least 120 words following the outline given below:
At an age of character and individuality being encouraged and demonstrated, we see various “stars” pop up—singing stars, dancing stars, movie stars and sport stars, etc. Many schools even hold contests to choose their “Campus Stars”. Although these activities make our cultural life in campus more colorful and varied, a lot of problems spring up at the same time.
First of all, these activities can result in the swelling of vanity in some students, making them become arrogant, or even feel superior to other students. Moreover, these activities can greatly distract the students from their study. In order to become a star, they will, without any doubt, spend a lot of time and energy on the preparation and competition. The focus of their academic life will be shifted, and even worse, they can become too enthusiastic about extracurricular activities and hate the academic knowledge and skills they need to grasp for their future development.
On the whole, I think these various “Campus Star” contests should be controlled in the campus. After all, schools are different from any other social institutions. Extracurricular activities should be encouraged, but they should be helpful to the students academic study and all-round development.
The problem of NEET, once well-known in the UK and Japan, has been brought into public attention now in China. NEET refers to the group of the young who are not currently engaged in education, employment or training. Most of these young people just stay at home or idle about, avoiding employment and relying on their parents.
There are mainly two reasons for this phenomenon. For one thing, with the expansion of university enrollment, an increasing number of college graduates pour into job-hunting market every year. Unfortunately, some of them are not fully prepared and thus become unemployed the time they graduate. For another, some young people are badly spoilt as the only child of their family, so they psychologically and financially depend on their parents even when they are already grown-ups.
To solve this problem, first, colleges should provide pre-job training courses for the young. Second, parents should cultivate their children the sense of independence. Last but not the least, college students should equip themselves with skills and knowledge so that they will become competitive when seeking jobs.