学习啦  芷婷   2017-04-11 14:41:30



  Good morning,dear teacher and my friends.

  it’s a very intresting topic today.

  i think my dad was a hero for me when i was a young child. we'd go fishing, walks, and other fun things for a kid.

  every child has a good and great father, and so do i. my dad played a very important role in my daily life`````exactly speaking, in my past 16 years.

  my father always stands in the center of my life, from past till now and possibly in the future.

  my family was rather poor when i was in my childhood. we didn't have our own house and had to live in a shabby, small room rented from my father's factory. the room was so small that there was little space for people to walk. i didn't have my own bed and had to sleep with my parents. this is terrible both for my parents and me.

  but father made this all different!he works very hard on his own business, now we have our own 2 housese,surly,i have my own room.and he take our family so much happiness, richer and richer.

  when i was little, i did everything with my dad. you could always find me sitting on his knee or walking and doing everything with him. every night he would read me a bed time story and make the voices of each character.

  i learnt a lot from my daddy. i learnt to never take things to seriously and to always smile.

  like many other fathers, my dad and i also has generation gap. he is not good at or even can’t work the computer. so when i sitting at the computer desk,he will say something like ‘you should pay more attention to your study’, ‘don’t waste time on the computer games’ , ‘it will be bad for your eyes’ and so on. how can i- a computer fan – reduce time on computer? so i continue studying and playing on it

  years pasted, my father is over 45 now. it is time for me to look after him and i am sure i will do and we will live an even better life. and i will say,i really love you dad,cause you are the hero in my mind.

  thank you so much!


  Go round Chinese dream Fuxing Road

  As night fell, looking at the night sky, the stars. If every star represents every dream. Then the sky and stars represent the Chinese dream. A vivid dreamwoven into a colorful Chinese dream.

  In the sky there is a experienced the vicissitudes of stars, it is the up and down five thousand years of history. From the creation of the world to ourhappiness, Pangu now happy life. Chinese dream through every day and night, flowing through every Chinese heart. No matter how difficult, or there will be after the vicissitudes of bright smile. All are past and gone! For truly great men look to this age alone. Collection time flows through it every China dream,war in the world, made life dream.

  There is a shining star in the sky, that is the successful Olympic, Shi Bo, the Shenzhou ten launch China story. When the applause sounded a thunderous,when the beam eyes to China time. I know, at that time. China light emitting in every corner of the world. China dream continues, I dream of sight is still persistent, silently offer yourself a little power. This is a dream, a dream calledChina, one by each Chinese deep call dream. Every struggle figure I carefullyangle upward medals, listening to every sound near the China dream voice,and won the running time of honor, raised her hand to salute, shouting outtheir Chinese dream.

  There is a bright star in the sky, that is my dream. My dream is to become an astronomer to space exploration. Morning, I looked at the sun. The fiery red sun hanging high in the sky. "Why does the sun is red?" Suddenly, a problemhowever adorable, I want to have a rocket to send me the sun, let the Sun toldme the answer! At night, I looked at the mysterious night sky, the stars with,bringing a moonlight fell on the ground, is so charming! Suddenly, the initiation of another question, "why do the stars shine? Why does the moon will shine?" I want to have a rocket to send me to the moon, let the moon to tell me the answer! In order to realize my dream, I will work hard, hard, hard again!

  In the spread of the night, I stand on the ground, watching rich, strong and prosperous country. With a strong, a glory, a vicissitudes of life, a Chinadream, to create a better future.

  Chinese dream, is my dream, it is everyone's dream!


  honorable judges, ladies and gentlemen, good morning.

  first of all, let me take this chance to present to you a set of data that i hope won't bore you since the source is china daily.

  china's tourism revenue last year reached 500 billion rmb, an increase of 10.5 percent from the year before, and comprised more than 5% of china's gdp. according to experts, this number will grow to 8% in the coming ten years and more than 40 million jobs will be created.

  as a student majoring in economics, i can't be more sensitive to the essential meanings behind these numbers. they mean progress, prosperity, employment and stability.

  however, as a conscientious chinese and citizen of the world, i can't help but care more about the losses incurred in this transaction, by which i mean the disturbing images of environmental destruction, which leads to ecological crisis. the global environment has changed for the worse during the past few years, and tourism is partly to blame. take china for example, in order to attract tourists, many unknown places are built into resorts. forests are cleared, prairies trampled, rivers and lakes 6)contaminated, wild animals are driven away, plants jeopardized and secluded populations disturbed.

  if this seems too remote and abstract, my own traveling experience may speak louder here. last year i took a tour around emei mountain in sichuan province. like most tourists, i was eager to embrace nature and enjoy its beauty. however, as soon as i got on the bus, the stench of gasoline and the noise of the engine tainted my appreciation of the wonderful scenery and the tranquility of the country road. when we finally arrived, what i saw was not a beautiful landscape but crowds of people; what i heard was not the melodious singing of birds, but yelling and bargaining from the gift shops; what i smelled was not the fresh mountain air, but stinking suffocating smoke coming out of small dirty restaurants. moreover, i could not understand why the lovely monkeys living there had to take photos with tourists all day; why the beautiful butterflies and flowers had become lifeless samples in shop windows; why the strongest impressions i had was trash scattered everywhere on the ground.

  however, this is not the end of the story. before i left emei, i met a group of kids in an ecotourism program with the slogan: “experiencing, learning and protecting.” when i saw their young hands picking up trash from the ground, when i felt their enjoyment and harmonious relationship with the animals, when i found their purest eyes filled with passion and love for nature, i realized to my great satisfaction that there doesn't have to be a tradeoff between tourism and ecology, because deep within us is an inclination toward natural beauty and a desire to protect it. yes, environmental problems will eventually ease with the advancement of science and technology and improvement of our management system. however, an increase of ecological education and hands-on environmental involvement of our fellow citizens will do even better. to realize this, the best way for us lies in tourism itself because nothing other than nature can teach us how to love and cherish our sweetest home. at the end of my speech, please let me quote bob dylan:

  how many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man?

  how many times must a man look up before he can see the sky?

  how many years can a mountain exist before it's washed to the sea?

  the answer, my friend, is not in the wind-the answer is ours! thank you!