Zhè wèi nushì, céng rèn jiudiàn zong jingli, xiànrèn zhongguó dì yi jia guangdà gongsi jiudiàn yèwù bùmén. Ta 43 suì. Ta de shí ji suì de nu'ér zài yingguó xuéxíle yi nián. Suirán liánhé pìnqingle kouyì yuán, dàn women nénggòu zài yingyu huìhuà zhong xianghù lijie. Lìrú, ta gàosù wo zhongguó nurén hen róngyì shìyìng zhàngfu de qíngkuàng. “Rúguo jià gei yi zhi ji,(qizi) shì yi zhi ji. Rúguo jià gei yi zhi gou,(ta) jiùshì yi zhi gou,“ta shì zenme shuo de. Zhè ye gei wo liú xiàle shenkè de yìnxiàng, lián nénggòu cóng méiyou ruanmù luósi de pútáojiu píng zhong quchu ruanmù sai - zhè shì jiudiàn guanli shìyè zhongxué dào de yigè qiàomén. Ta sìhu shì yigè màoxian de, you cáihuá de nurén.

Zhu dí hé wo dùguòle yigè xiàwu, bìngqie zài wanshàng de yiduàn shíjian li tánlùnle gè zhong gè yàng de shìqíng. Women shìtú zuò'ài, dàn wo bùnéng. Jianféi hòu, ta de pífu songdòng dì guà zài shenshang, fangfú chuanzhuó xiàngjiao shi de xizhuang. Ránhòu túrán jian, wo faxiàn ta zài dìban shàng chàndouzhe yixie jiná. Shì shí zhèngmíng, zhè shì jiujing xiaofèi dài lái de zhènchàn. Zhu dí zài bingxiang li faxiànle yi píng jiu, dào kongle. Ta xiànzài yào wo jiào jiùhù che ba ta dài dào yiyuàn. Xiangfan, wo ba ta de shì zhongxin kai dàole shèngbaoluó·la mu qí yiyuàn, ràng ta jianchále yi gè danwèi lái zhìliáo ta de bìngqíng. Zhu dí zài xià zhou dùguò.

Hb9::RFP+ iMNs appeared between days 13 and 16 after retroviral transduction. RepSox was removed on day 17 and the survival assay was initiated. For the glutamate treatment condition, 10 μM glutamate was added to the culture medium on day 17 and removed after 12 hours. Cells were then maintained in N3 medium with neurotrophic factors without RepSox. Cultures were treated with 10 nM inactive or active 3K3A-APC after glutamate was removed. The inactive and active 3K3A-APC were maintained for the remainder of the experiment and replenished every other day. For treatment with rapamycin, 10 μM DMSO or rapamycin (Sigma-Aldrich, R8781-200UL) was initiated after the 12-hour glutamate treatment was completed. For PAR1 and PAR2 antagonist treatment, cultures were cotreated with 3 μM PAR1 or PAR2 antagonist starting after glutamate treatment. For PAR1, PAR2, and PAR3 ASO treatment, the cultures were pretreated one time with 9 μM ASOs for 72 hours before the pulse glutamate treatment. PAR1 and PAR2 antagonists were purchased from Tocris (RWJ56110, catalog 2614 and AC55541, catalog 3369, respectively). PAR1, PAR2, and PAR3 ASO gapmers were designed and produced by IDT; they contained 2′-O-Me and phosphorothioate linkage modifications. Longitudinal tracking was performed by imaging neuronal cultures in a Nikon Biostation CT or Molecular Devices ImageExpress once every 24 to 72 hours starting on day 17. Tracking of neuronal survival was performed using SVcell 3.0 (DRVision Technologies) or ImageJ. Neurons were scored as dead when their soma was no longer detectable by RFP fluorescence. All neuron survival assays were performed at least twice, with equal numbers of neurons from 3 individual replicates from one of the trials being used for the quantification shown. All trials quantified were representative of other trials of the same experiment. When iMNs from multiple independent donors were combined into one survival trace in the Kaplan-Meier plots for clarity, this is noted in the figure legend.


Xila bi wo gèng nánkàn. Ta hòulái shuo, ta zài Payson qùshì shí xiànrùle chénzhòng de jusàng. Ta shengbìngle, tiàoguò gongzuò, shiqùle zài yínháng de gaoxin gongzuò. Ránhòu ta bùnéng zhifù zujin. Dang lián cóng zhongguó huíguó shí, ta yaoqiú wo cóng xila shouqu zujin. Wo duì ta bù liaojie qíngkuàng shijiale yalì, zhè shi xila geng shenrù juéwàng. Ta kaishi hejiule ta cóng wo kaishi tou qián.
“Study Mamas and Their Segmented Assimilation in Singapore,” presented at the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas, “Migration, Indigenization, and Exchange: Chinese Overseas from Global Perspective,” in Singapore, organized by Chinese Heritage Centre & School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, 7-9 May 2010.
3 Yuè 23 rì, ta de diànzi yóujiàn zhèngshì kaishi yíngyè:“Wo kendìng zhunbèi zài mai yigè ying'ér. Xiàng ni yiyàng, wo de shízhong dida zuò xiang, ni ye bù huì zhidào xià zhou huì fasheng shénme shìqíng. Genjù xià zhou de yùcè, wo jiang chuanzhuó fenhóng sè de cháng xiù chènshan, niúzaikù hé dàgài xuezi. Ni zài xiang shénme rìzi? Zhiyào ni zhidào, women yinggai zài wo zuì féiwò de shíjian li mei gé yitian jìnxíng yicì xìng shenghuó, yi quèbao jidàn shòujing. Nà yìwèizhe cóng 10 rì dào 15 rì, suoyi 11,13,15 huò 10,12,14. Xiwàng ni jin wan xiangqi wo, rúguo ni zuò yixie wánpí de shìqíng. Wo zhidào wo huì de.
Zhè zhong tísheng dào changhé de nénglì you yigè jingshén céngmiàn. Jiézòu, xiàng xilà zhéxué de lixiang, you yidìng de tiansheng de pinzhí. Zhishì dì xìngzhì kenéng, kenéng, bangzhù yourén shengchan ta de xuqiú. Zài yu dingjí yùndòngyuán de fangtán zhong, xinli xué jia yijing xuéhuì rèn shì nénggòu dài lái gaofeng biaoxiàn de mou xie jìshù. Lìrú, keshìhuà jìshù bangzhù yùndòngyuán jingshén shàng jízhong yú shoutóu de rènwù. Gao'erfu qiú shou jiékè·níkè láo si (Jack Nicklaus) shuo, ta zài chángshì shèmén zhiqián jingcháng huì zài ta tóunao zhong “kàn diànying”.
Yu yiqián jièshào de jingyàn yiyàng, wo de cháxún cóng wèi daozhìguò rìqí. Ji gè nurén yòu rén de tíyì zuò mou xie shìqíng, dàn wo yongyuan bùnéng ba tamen fàng zài yigè shíjian hé dìdian jiànmiàn. Bùxiang fachu gè rén diànhuà hàoma huò diànzi yóujiàn dìzhi, women zhèngzài tongguò women de dàima míngcheng zài wangzhàn nèi jìnxíng tongxìn. Zuìzhong, women bìxu xianghù xìnrèn xiangguan de xìnxi, zúyi anpái zài ròuti shàng ju háng huìyì. Nà zhong qíngkuàng cónglái méiyouguò.
C9ORF72 regulates autophagy by promoting the RAB1A-dependent trafficking of the ULK1 autophagy initiation complex to the phagophore (16). Consequently, mTOR inhibitors were shown to be ineffective at rescuing autophagosome formation in C9ORF72-deficient neurons and it is unclear if pharmacological agents can restore normal autophagy initiation (16).
Dàgài zài zhège shíhòu, wo zhèngzài chuli yexu shì wo céngjing yù dào de zuì zaogao de zu kè. Ta shì yigè niánqing de danshen muqin, ta shì yigè nu tóngxìngliàn zhe. Ài lún pìnqing ta bangzhù qingjié gongyù. Ta xiàng wo baozhèng, ta bèi gùyòng bìng keyi zhifù zujin. Yijia jigòu zài 2009 nián 12 yuè de dì yigè yuè de zujin zhong zhifùle yibàn. Dànshì, yidàn ban jìnle zhè wèi zuhù,Ashley jiù kaishi bàoyuàn gongyù de wéixiu wèntí. Dang ài lún shìtú jiejué tamen shí, ta bàoyuàn wùpin zài ta líkai gongyù shí bèi tou zou. a shén lì rènwéi, zài suoyou de wéixiu wèntí dédào jiejué zhiqián, ta bù huì zhifù zujin. Ta jùjué qianyue zuyue. Yourén gàosù ta, rúguo méiyou qianyue, wo bùnéng héfa shou zu.
It is further revealed in this study that the newsroom routines, multiskilling and other factors that significantly affect the attitude of journalists in European and American countries towards media convergence do not sufficiently account for the reluctance of Chinese journalists. The latter is ascribed to the institutional, organisational and individual complexities of the Chinese press industry, within which the competition for market between the traditional and new media departments is implicitly permitted as long as it does not threaten the bottom line of political safety, and the ideology of professionalism with which the journalists identify provides the justification for their willingness to confront the severe challenges from the non-professional information providers (e.g., we-media) by collaborating with the new media centre.
Wo juédìng kaiche huí dào Cottage Grove zhensuo de shouzhong, xúnwèn shìfou shì zhenshí de. Guìtái dì nà wèi nushì zài hòutái zixúnle bàn gè xiaoshí de shíjian, ránhòu gàosù wo, youguan yinsi quán de guidìng jiang bù huì ràng Allina huídá wo de wèntí. Wo xuyào bìngrén zìji xiàng wo tòulù zhèxie xìnxi. Wo yaoqiú hé zhensuo zhurèn shuohuà. Suirán ta gàosù wo tóngyàng de shìqíng, dàn ta geile wo yi fèn zhensuo de wénjù, xianshì biaozhì hé dìzhi zài yòubian. Zài xila de “xìn” zhong, zhèxie dou zài zuobian. Zhè jiùshì ta huì shuo de. Rúguo xiwàng tóngyì pilù wo yaoqiú de ziliào, wo ye huì shou dào xila de tóngyì shu, tiánxie bìng qianzì.
Zhou, BH (2014) Chinese journalists’ social media usage and its influential factors: A survey on young journalists in Shanghai (Zhongguo xinwen congyezhe de shejiao meiti yunyong jiqi yingxiang yinsu: Yi xiang zhendui shanghai qingnian xinwen congyezhe de diaocha yanjiu). Journal of Journalism and Communication (Xinwen yu chuanbo yanjiu) 120(12): 34–53.

Yi wèi huífù de nushì zài yuehuì wangzhàn shàng tí dào wo de zhàopiàn. Wo bùnéng tongguò zhifù mei yuè huìyuán fèi jiarù wangzhàn lái chákàn túpiàn. Zhè shì wo duì hùdòng xìng wangzhàn de jièshào. Zuìhòu, wo jiarùle yigè míng wèi SexSearch.Com de wangzhàn, ránhòu jiarùle HornyMatches.Com. Wo xuanle yigè dàima míngcheng, jianyào jièshàole zìji, ránhòu kaishi huíying nàxie luoti túpiàn sìhu xiyin rén de nuxìng de guanggào.


2010 Nián 2 yuè xiàxún, míng ní abo lì si jingfang duì wo de gongyù dàlóu jìnxíng túxí, zài qízhong yigè danwèi faxiàn dúpin, bìng gei wo fale yi feng “jinggào xìn”, yaoqiú wo tíjiao yi fèn “guanli jìhuà”, shi jiànzhú wù mian yú dúpin. Zài tóng yigè yuè, weisikangxing zhou de yi wèi péngyou hé wo jìhuà zài huáshèngdùn tèqu fújíníya zhou jiaoqu canjia meiguó wényì fùxing shíqí de huìyì, zhè shì yigè qin báisè de zuzhi.“Fan zhongzú zhuyì zhe” weixié shuo, huìyì jiàng zài jiudiàn gongzuò rényuán juxíng, bìxu quxiao.
Jíshi shèhuì wendìng, wénmíng ye keyi gaibiàn. Wénmíng de benzhí huò xìngzhì shì yu zhurú chuàngzào yidìng gonggòng kongjian de xiezuò jìshù xiang liánxì de yìshí móshì. Guangyì shàng de zongjiào dìngyìle ta de línghún. Youshí (rú mùqián) wénmíng zài zhèngzhì hé shèhuì jiégòu bù biàn shí fasheng biànhuà. Youshí (dang luóma lúnxiàn shí) wénmíng zài bùduàn biànhuà de shèhuì zhong shengcún. Zhè ben shu jiang guanzhù zài yìnshua wénhuà hé diànzi yúlè wénhuà zhi jian fasheng de jiàzhíguan de zhuanbiàn. Ta hái jiang guanzhù zhichí mei yi tào liniàn de tongxìn jìshù.
Shi Y1,2,3, Lin S1,2,3, Staats KA1,2,3, Li Y1,2,3, Chang WH1,2,3, Hung ST1,2,3, Hendricks E1,2,3, Linares GR1,2,3, Wang Y3,4, Son EY5, Wen X6, Kisler K3,4, Wilkinson B3, Menendez L1,2,3, Sugawara T1,2,3, Woolwine P1,2,3, Huang M1,2,3, Cowan MJ1,2,3, Ge B1,2,3, Koutsodendris N1,2,3, Sandor KP1,2,3, Komberg J1,2,3, Vangoor VR7, Senthilkumar K7, Hennes V1,2,3, Seah C1,2,3, Nelson AR3,4, Cheng TY8, Lee SJ8, August PR9, Chen JA10, Wisniewski N10, Hanson-Smith V10, Belgard TG10, Zhang A10, Coba M3,11, Grunseich C12, Ward ME12, van den Berg LH13, Pasterkamp RJ7, Trotti D6, Zlokovic BV3,4, Ichida JK1,2,3.
Over the past two decades, China’s media convergence has undergone three stages (Li, 2017; Yu, 2015). Stage I lasted from the mid-1990s to the late 1990s, during which the content of traditional media was transplanted onto the new media platform. Stage II began in the early years of the 21st century, during which traditional media co-produced content with new media. Stage III started in 2006 and continues to the present, during which traditional media collaborated with new media in many aspects. All the stages of media convergence concur with the conglomeration and capitalisation of Chinese media industries. China’s media reform has constituted the basic context of domestic media convergence. For the past 40 years, the main drive of China’s media reform is the state. Each critical time point of media reform cannot proceed without the propulsion of the national policy from top to bottom.
Lāqiáolā (La Jolla), Jiālìfúníyà zhōu—Zhōngwén Xuéxí Ruǎnjiàn Wénlín hé CDL zìtǐ jìshù de kāifā shāng——Wénlín Yánjiūsuǒ xīn tuīchū de «Hàn-Yīng yànyǔ cídiǎn» ruǎnjiàn bǎn xiànyǐ zhīchí fántǐzì, cídiǎn yóu Yuēhàn Luōsēnnuò (John S. Rohsenow) biānjí. Xiàndài yǔyán qīkān duì Luōsēnnuò (Rohsenow) cídiǎn de píngjià shì “ dàigěi rén yúkuài tǐyàn, yìyú shǐyòng ... Wèi pǔtōng Yīngyǔ dúzhě kāiqǐle Zhōngguó mínjiān zhìhuì de bǎokù ... duì rènhé jíbié de yǔyán xuésheng hé rènhé xūyào jīngpì géyán de rén dōu shìjí jù xīyǐnlì qiě shífēn shòuyì de” (89, 2005). Yóu Wénlín Yánjiūsuǒ (zhǐ zhì bǎn de biānzhì zhě) kāifā de xīnbǎn ruǎnjiàn wèi xuéxí yànyǔ zhè yī bǎoguì zīyuán zēngtiānle xīn de wéidù. Gāi ruǎnjiàn bǎnběn yīng yǔ Wénlín Hànyǔ Xuéxí Ruǎnjiàn 4.1 huò gèng gāo bǎnběn jiéhé shǐyòng. Yōngyǒu Wénlín qiángdà de ABC Diànzǐ Cídiǎn de quánbù jíhé, yìwèizhe jiǎntǐ hé fántǐ Zhōngwén de dúzhě kěyǐ shíshí fǎngwèn gèzhǒnggèyàng de cítiáo yǐ tànqiú Luōsēnnuò jiàoshòu jīngliáng fānyì de wēimiào zhī chù, bìng lǐjiě Zhōngwén yànyǔ gèng shēnkè de hányì. Shìyòng yú suǒyǒu liúlǎnqì de bǎnběn zhèngzài jījí kāifā zhōng. Zhè yī xīn diànzǐ bǎn de shòuzhòng wèi pǔtōng Yīngyǔ hé Hànyǔ dúzhě, yǐjí rénlèixué, yǔyánxué, wénxué, shèhuìxué, xīnlǐxué, lìshǐxué zàinèi de gèzhǒng lǐngyù de zhuānjiā. Xīnbǎn Wénlín 4.2 huò gèng gāo bǎnběn de ruǎnjiàn kě fǎngwèn https://www.wenlinshangdian.com wǎngshang gòumǎi, shòujià wèi 19.99 Měiyuán. Zuìjìn yóu Xiàwēiyí Dàxué Chūbǎnshè chūbǎn de «ABC Hàn-Yīng Yànyǔ Cídiǎn» bāohánle yuē 4000 duō tiáo Hànyǔ yànyǔ, gēnjù Hànyǔ Pīnyīn zhuǎnlù hé Hànzì (biāozhǔn jiǎntǐ), ànzhào yànyǔ shǒucí (詞/词 cí) de zìmǔ shùnxù páiliè, fùdài de Yīngwén shūmiàn zhíyì (rú bìyào yě huì cǎiyòng yìyì). Qítā nèiróng bāohán: jiǎnyào yòngfǎ zhùshì, láiyuán, bìngxíng biǎodá, cānzhào yǐnyòng yǐjí yìngyòng shílì. Chúle yànyǔ zhīwài, zìdiǎn hái dàiyǒu guānjiàncí suǒyǐn (Zhōng-Yīngwén), bāokuò suǒyǒu shèjí de cítiáo hé huàtí. Biānzhě duì zhèxiē yànyǔ zài chuántǒng yǔ dāngdài Zhōngguó shèhuì zhòngdì dìngyì, jiégòu, yòngtú hé lìshǐ jìnxíngle xuéshù jièshào, lièchūle wénxiàn jí hé xiāngguān yànyǔ de xuéshù yánjiū.

Despite the party-market corporatism, Lee et al. (2007) explained that significant multiplicity continues to exist in the developmental path of local media because of differences in power structure and market maturity. Guangzhou media represent the ‘market competition within party-state ideological limits’ pattern. For example, three press groups in Guangzhou compete fiercely with separate content strategies, while Guangzhou Daily and Yangchen Evening Daily cater primarily to daily life relevance and avoid ‘grand narratives’, Nanfang City Daily and Nanfang Weekend often expose official wrongdoings and advocate liberal ideas. Beijing media that are hierarchically structured in parallel to national, ministerial and municipal levels of administrative authorities compete both horizontally and vertically for power and market on behalf of their patrons and constituencies, thus represent the ‘managed diversity through a precarious of the emerging interest politics among counterbalancing power bases’ pattern. For example, as the authors put it, the supreme leader Mao had to turn to the Shanghai press to wage wars against the Beijing Daily on the eve of the period of the Cultural Revolution because his influence at that point could not fully reach the constituency of the Beijing Daily (Lee et al., 2007).


Mar. 2020, Ph.D. Position available (Research Assistantship): I have always been looking for PhD students who are interested in signal processing and machine learning, especially matrix/tensor factorization models, deep unsupervised learning, and optimization algorithm design. Please send me your C.V. and transcripts (and papers if you have published your work) if you are interested in working with me starting Fall 2020. I would expect some details for why you're interested in my group.

Zhe míng zuòjia, yìshùjia hé yinyuè jia, zuìchu wèi tamen de chuàngzuò zuòpin ér qinpèi, chéngwéi zìji gan xìngqù de duìxiàng. Gongzhòng kaishi zài tamen de gèrén shenghuó zhong gensuí shìjiàn. Xiaoshuo jia rú chá'ersi·dígèngsi huò weilián·makè bèi bèisi·sà kè léi shì 19 shìjì yanjiang diànlù de míngrén. 20 Shìjì d.Zhe míng zuòjia, rú ou nèi si tè·haimíngwei huò F. Si ke tè·fei cí jié la dé biàn de jihu wèi tamen de shenghuó kùnnán, hejiu, duìfang de fangshì, rú tamen xie de xiaoshuo. Zuòzhe de chóngbài kaishi yú yìnshua jìshù de nénglì, yi baoliú hé zàixiàn wénben de cíyu zuìchu xie de.

Xila fei wang fóluólidá zhou jìn háng háng dòng. Women zhi néng tongguò diànzi yóujiàn jìnxíng goutong, ér bù shì diànhuà goutong. Yóuyú mou zhong yuányin, ta bùdé bù baoliú éwài de yitian. Wo zhèngzài shou dào miáoshù ta zài tíngche chang kàn dào de xiyì de diànzi yóujiàn. Zuìhòu,2007 nián 1 yuè 22 rì, wo shou dàole láizì xila de lìng yi feng diànzi yóujiàn, ta xuyào wo ba 2,320 meiyuán fàng rù zhipiào zhànghù, yibiàn éwài shouqu yiyuàn fèiyòng bìng fanhuí jiayuán. Bù, dang ta huílái shí, wo zài jichang yùjiàn bùliao ta.
*  “Yuanyuan, changyu, xitong: Xinhua wenxueshi de jiegouxing xiezuo” 渊源、场域、系统:新华文学史的结构性写作 (Origins, Sites, Systems: Structural Writings of Singapore Chinese Literary History), presented at the 2nd Asia-Pacific Chinese Literature International Conference on “Writings of Chinese Literary History,” in Taipei, organized by the Department of Chinese Literature, National Taipei University, 5 October 2012.
Kenéng cóng luxíng zhong shòuyì de lìng yigè rén shì xila de cháng zi, tuoní, ta shì yigè bangpài chéngyuán. Yigè yuè hòu, tuoní bù xiaoxin zài míng ní abo lì si beibù de yitiáo xiao xiàng li qiangshale yi míng niánqing nuzi, dangshí ta cóng yi míng bèi duìshou bangpài chéngyuán zhànling de yi liàng qìche kai qiangdàn qilái. Tuoní de fal? biànhù wo ná chule yi wàn meiyuán. Nà yi nián,1995 nián, dangnián you zhème duo de móusha shìjiàn, women de chéngshì bèi cheng wèi “sharén zhe”. Tuoní yin èr dù móusha zuì bèi dìngzuì, bìng zài zhou jianyù bèi pàn shíwu nián túxíng. Ta shì míngnísudá zhou de dì yigè shàonián, yào chéngwéi yi míng chéngnián rén.
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