a shén lì gàosù wo, ta huì qù mìxixibi qù bàifang ta de fùqin. Ta de héhuo rén zhulì'an jiang tóngshí zhànling gongyù. Wo danxin zhège gongyù de wèi jing shòuquán de jiaofù gei yigè bùzhi míng de rén. Wo jianchí zhulì'an tiánxie shenqing, bìng zài jieshòu shenqing zhiqián bèi jieshòu. Dànshì, hái you zujin de wèntí. 2 Yuè 27 rì, wo gei a shén lì yi feng xìn, yaoqiú ta qianyue, bìng zài líkai mìxixibi zhiqián zhifù èr yuè de zujin, fouzé wo huì qugan ta. a shén lì shì fènnù de wo xià zhouyi dào fatíng tíchu quzhú.
From a new perspective, this article proposes four principles in understanding and interpreting Han dynasty brick and stone pictorial reliefs. First, adopt a three-dimensional viewpoint to describe and interpret the motifs. Second, follow the order of “bottom to top and right to left” in viewing the pictorial presentations. Third, take a holistic approach in appreciation, examining the pictorial reliefs together with the architectures of the tombs, memorial arches and other monumental pieces. And fourth, develop a comprehensive method of investigation, situating the Han pictorial reliefs in the historical context, including social customs, philosophical ideas, intellectual culture, economic development and advances in architecture. In writing the article, the author has done a systematic analysis, using contemporary historical texts, archaeological findings and modern works.
“Xiang yongheng kaowen: Nanyang Daxue de wenhua fuhao”  向永恒拷问:南洋大学的文化符号  (Probing the Question of Eternity: The Cultural Iconology of Nanyang University) in Lee Guan Kin (ed.), Nanda tuxiang: lishi heliu zhong de shengshi  南大图像:历史河流中的省视  (Nantah Images: Looking from Historial Perspective).  Singapore: Centre for Chinese Language &  Culture, Nanyang Technological University, and Global Publishing, 2007, pp. 271-290.

Suoyi zhulì'an yizhí shì hui guniáng gùshì de nu zhujiao. Xiangxiàng yixià, wú jia ke gui, méiyou da lánqiú liang nián, ránhòu túrán jian, ta zài gaozhong bìyè, túpòle yóuxì de zhuzai. KARE-TV ye duì ta zuòle yigè gùshì. Yahu dá'àn wèn:“Shéi shì míngnísudá zhou zuìgao fen de gaozhong lánqiú yùndòngyuán?” Duìyú nuxìng qiúyuánlái shuo, zhè shì àidísheng gaozhong de zhulì'an. Dàn nà shì liang nián qián. Zhè tiáo lù yijing biàn lengle. 2008 Nián 3 yuè, zài bei dáketa zhou de yi suo dàxué, tiyù wangzhàn shàng youyi pian tí wèi “zhulì'an - zài VCSU wán de jixiàng” de gùshì. Méiyou jìnyibù de fa xiàn.

The authors adopted a semi-structural interview and provided an outline for the journalists that mainly revolved around the following nine questions: (1) When did you start using new media in your daily work? (2) What is your reason for using new media? (3) What do you think is the role of new media in news production? (4) What measures have been adopted by the press group that you are currently working for in terms of media convergence? (5) Did such measures result in changes in your daily work? If yes, what are such changes? What can you say about these changes? (6) How do you interpret the effects of media convergence on journalists based on your personal experience? (7) What is your overall evaluation of the media convergence within the press group you are working for? (8) Are you aware of the measures of other press groups in terms of media convergence? What is your opinion on their measures? (9) What can you say about the viewpoint of the local press industry that media convergence is the way out for its current predicament? Specific to the interviewees of other categories, the questions varied in terms of how they are stated and their order of arrangement.


To encourage journalist participation, two newspaper offices in Fujian added ‘volume of news feeding to the centre’ in the their evaluation criteria for journalists’ work performance, and many other newspaper offices of the Fujian press industry stimulated the initiatives of journalists for collaboration with ‘remuneration’ (Gaofei) or ‘points’ (Gaofen). Motivated by these measures, a few journalists, particularly the young and junior ones, began to adapt to the working tempo of rapid publication and multiple ‘versions’ of a single story. Others, particularly old and senior journalists, had matter-of-fact reactions to such measures. From the perspective of the new media centre director and editors, the material rewards that failed to meet the expectations of journalists constitute the primary reason for the latter’s reluctance to participate. However, interviews with journalists revealed that their willingness to contribute news reports depends on the anticipated gains and the price that they may have to pay for such participation.


Meanwhile, partisans of the Donglin Academy faction, which had been devastated under Wei Zhongxian's influence, established political organizations throughout the Jiangnan region.[5] Chief among these was the Fushe, or Restoration Society, whose members were a new generation of scholars who identified with the old Donglin faction.[6] They succeeded in placing their members into high government posts through the imperial examinations of 1630 and 1631. The reversal of Wei Zhongxian's fortunes resulted in a renewal of the Donglin faction's influence at court, arousing great suspicion from the Chongzhen Emperor.[7] The nomination of Donglin favorite Qian Qianyi for the post of Grand Secretary led to accusations of corruption and factionalism by his rival Wen Tiren. Qian Qianyi was imprisoned on the emperor's orders. Though he was soon released, his status was reduced to that of a commoner and he returned to Jiangnan. Wen Tiren would later become Grand Secretary himself.[8]
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For the DPR experiments, inactive 3K3A-APC was used as a control for any artifacts introduced into the downstream immunostaining measurements. After injection, the needle was left in place for an additional 8 minutes after the injection. Animals were euthanized 48 hours later. For injury size determination, brains were quickly removed, frozen on dry ice, and stored at –80°C until processing. Coronal sections (30 μm thick) were prepared using a cryostat, and every fifth section 1 mm anterior and posterior to the site of injection was stained with cresyl violet. The lesion area was identified by the loss of staining, measured by ImageJ and integrated to obtain the volume of injury.
Shí yuè chu, xila hé lái nà kaiche dào mìsuli zhou kansàsi chéng qù bàifang ta de muqin, bìng shìtú zhaodào bèi chidai de ayí, xiangxìn shì si de. Yi lùshàng, xila jìhuà fangwèn mùdì wèi ta de wangluò chuban xiàngmù paishè mùbei. Wo yiwéi ta yinggai liú zài jiali xiuxí. Ta líkai dì nà yitian, ta wèn wo yào qián qù luxíng. Wo jùjuéle. Xila sheng qì liao ránhòu, dang ta hái zài mìsuli zhou shí, wo hái you lìng yigè yaoqiú de qián. Wo zàicì jusàng, dànshì liang cì dou geile ta qián.

Zhège shíhòu liánlián zài zhongguó henduo. 6 Yuè dì èr gè xingqí, wo yijing yùjì huì hé alán yiqi zouchu ximén, jiang gege de wùpin cóng éleigang zhou de bo tè lán ban dào dékèsàsi zhou de shèng'andongní'ào shì. Dàn ài lún wúfa zuòchu anpái. Jie xiàlái, wo 6 yuè 17 rì fei wang yánhú chéng, canjiale yóuta zhou puluo wò qingnián dàxué guójì bùtóng wénmíng bijiào yánjiu xuéhuì de wéiqí 3 tian de huìyì. Ránhòu,6 yuè 19 rì xingqíliù, wo fei wang boshìdùn luò gen jichang, kaiche qiánwang mian yin zhou Lewiston de qìche luguan, yibiàn zài 6 yuè 20 rì xingqírì zài mian yin zhou bù lisi tuo er canjia wo de zhínu Emily hunli.
Suízhe shumiàn zhishì shèntòu dào gongzhòng, ta weixiéle céngjing longduàn zhè zhong yìshù de guanliáo de tèquán dìwèi. Fójiàoduì yìndù póluómén shèng zhí de zhíjie tiaozhàn. Zhéxué jia rú zuo luósi tè hé bólatú shèxiang wángguó genjù zhèngyì héshàn de lixiang chóng sù. Lìng yi fangmiàn, kongzi huígùle shiqián zhongguó chuánqí de guówáng, tamen de tongzhì bèi jì zhù wèi tamen de shèhuì héxié.
Approaches to writing instruction developed in North America have gradually made their presence felt in other parts of the world during recent years. A curricular evaluation of the local needs, instruction, assessments, teacher preparation, and other pedagogical factors is crucial for the successful transmission and integration of those approaches into the new contexts. Set against the background of recent, exuberant scholarly discussions of the issue of transplanting Western writing pedagogies, this article presents an observational report of a typical college English curriculum for non-majors in China, with a focus on its writing component. The study has found that English writing is taught under the guidance of a nationally unified syllabus and examination system. Rather than assisting their students to develop thoughts in writing, teachers in this system are predominantly concerned about the teaching of correct form and test-taking skills. Because of their relatively low economic status in China, English teachers have to work extra hours and have little time to spend on individual students or on furthering their professional training. However, signs of recent Western writing pedagogies, such as pre-writing and multiple-drafting activities, are identified in classrooms and textbook publishing, which indicate the possibility of successful adaptations of the recent Western writing pedagogies in the Chinese context.

29 Wan, M., Sino-Japanese Relations: Interaction, Logic, and Transformation (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006); Reilly, J., “China's history activism and Sino-Japanese relations,” China: An International Journal, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2006), pp. 189–216; J.C. Weiss, “Powerful patriots: nationalism, diplomacy and the strategic logic of anti-foreign protest,” PhD thesis, University of California, San Diego, 2008.

Yóulǐkǎ (Eureka), Jiālìfúníyàzhōu -- Jì qùnián dì-sì bǎn de zhòngdà shēngjí zhīhòu, Wénlín Yánjiūsuǒ jīntiān fābù le Wénlín 4.1 beta bǎn gēngxīn, kāifàng gěi fúhé tiáojiàn bìng yuànyì cānjiā cèshì de Wénlín 4.0 yònghù. Cèshì rényuán kě fǎngwèn www.wenlinshangdian.com bìng shǐyòng tāmen de Wénlín 4.0 xùliè hào miǎnfèi “yùdìng” gēngxīn. Wénlín 4.1 de zuìzhōng bǎn yùjì jiāng yú jīnnián qiūtiān fābù, duì 4.0 bǎn suǒyǒu yònghù de miǎnfèi kāifàng shēngjí.

Understanding why most interviewed journalists also asserted that the assumptions that ‘multi-skilled journalists’ who can write, photograph and edit is unrealistic (if not entirely unreasonable), and claimed that newspaper journalists should be differentiated from specialised new media journalists who will transform into expert-type journalists in the future by delivering objective, rational and in-depth reportage on a certain subdivided domain. In this conception, new media practitioners remain quite distinct from their peers from the traditional media. However, such a difference has undergone slight changes, that is, traditional media practitioners have begun to admit and accept the possibility that their new media counterparts may be professionalised in the domain of news production. Journalists are consulting about their roles in reference to new media, although they are more inclined towards constriction rather than extension when adjusting their professional boundaries.


In the early stages after the foundation of China, domestic journalists assumed the primary role of ‘propagators’. From the 1980s to the 1990s, China’s journalists have started to undertake other roles, such as ‘information providers’, ‘information interpreters’, ‘advocators’ and ‘profit makers’. Evidently, their professional roles have become increasingly diversified. In recent years, domestic journalists have gradually ‘returned to the essence of journalism’ in their selection of professional roles (Chen and Jiang, 2008). Most professional journalists have identified with the objective and neutral role of an ‘information provider’ (Zhang and Wu, 2014).
Guanyú xíngshì, women zhèngzài fùzhì gudian xilà zhéxué jia de fangfa, tamen ba sixiang de yuánsù (hé tamen bèihòu de wùti) kàn zuò yonghéng de shengwù. Shìjiè shàng cúnzài de rènhé duìxiàng dou keyi yòng cí lái biaoshì. Zì chuàn zài yiqi biaoshì sixiang. Sixiangfanyìngle rénlèi sixiang zhong de shìjiè. Dàn xilà rén rènwéi zhè shì zhéxué jia keyi xuéxí de yonghéng cúnzài jiégòu. Shíjian tíngzhi, ér xuéxí fasheng. Sixiang xíngshì de sixiang jùyou zìji de xiànshí, chúle shìsú de shìjiàn zhi wài cúnzài, bìng yongyuan tíngliú zàiyuán dì.

Wénlín 4.3 bǎn hái wánquán zhīchí Adobe de Han Sans zìtǐ, zhè shì yī zhǒng xīn de Pan-CJK zìtǐ xì (kě miǎnfèi xiàzài), hái gǎijìnle zìtǐ xuǎnzé gōngnéng de yì yòng xìng. Qítā xīn gōngnéng hé shēngjí de gōngnéng bāokuò︰yāsuō MP3 géshi lùyīn; nèi zhì wǎngluò sōusuǒ; xīn de fāyīn, dǎoháng hé lièbiǎo děng zēngqiáng gōngnéng. Wénlín 4.3 bǎn wánquán zhīchí Unicode8 CJK de kuòzhǎn IE zhīchí, ràng Wénlín zhuānshǔ CDL zìtǐ yǐnqíng de wénzì miáoshù zǒngshù dádào 103, 510. Huānyíng fǎngwèn www.wenlinshangdian.com gòumǎi Wénlín 4.3 bǎn, shòujià wéi$99. Fúhé zīgé de yònghù kě xiǎngshòu shēngjí jiàgé. Shēngjí nèiróng de wánzhěng lièbiǎo qǐng cānjiàn: http://tinyurl.com/wen43.


Zhè míng faguan méiyou hé women baochí yuedìng. Women huángùle jiànzhú wù, bìng zhaodào lìng yi míng zhèngzài qingli bàngongshì de faguan John Stanoch. Ta dangchang tóngyì jià gei women. Yu péngyou Harvey hé Julie gòng jìn wucan hòu,Sheila hé wo kaiche dào shèngbaoluó yi nán de yigè duchang jin yín dao. Women xiaoxin dubó, chile yi dùn fàn. Zài huí jia de lùshàng lúntai píngtan, dàn women faxiàn yigè chekù dakai, jiang xiufù ta.

The effects of the dominant path of media convergence on the mid-size press industry are the focus of this study. The path chosen by the press industry in other regions of China may differ from the dominant one in Fujian due to the nuances of power structure, level of economic development, size of press group and other factors. For example, the Nanfang Media Group’s choice of the fully transformed path has a bearing on its pioneering spirit and remarkable investment, which are derived from its distance from the centre of political power, the prosperity of the market economy in Guangdong and the surrounding areas, and the considerable assets from accumulation within the media group in the past decades (Yin and Liu, 2013). Nevertheless, Fujian’s case discloses the common challenges that the Chinese press industry will face as they further advance the convergence regardless of which path they choose. This study also develops an analytical framework based on the interplay amongst the state, media and journalists to be used in future research on China’s media convergence.
Rénmen keyi jiadìng zài women zìji de rìzi zhèngzài kaifa de jìsuànji jìshù de jichu shàng de dì wu gè wénhuà zhuanbiàn. Zhè bùjin jin shì duì xianqián zhonglèi de diànzi shèbèi de kuòzhan, yinwèi jìsuànji tígongle jiaohù shì, gèxìng huà tongxìn de kenéng xìng. Zài zhè zhong wénhuà zhong, tongguò diànnao jiànpán shurù xìnxi de taoyàn de gèrén qudàile kuan guanjié tingzhòng, tamen zài CD, lìtisheng hé cídài shàng bòfàng de yinyuè lùyin de shengyin. Zhuanmén de lìyì jítuán qudài dàzhòng guanzhòng.
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Though holding relatively positive attitude towards new media as revealed in the survey, local journalists in Fujian’s press groups did not embrace the convergence with new media enthusiastically. The main change brought about with the convergence, after the establishment of the new media centre and the reconstruction of the news production workflow within Fujian’s press groups, is the journalists being currently expected to feed news to the centre so that the gap of contents for the new media outlets will be filled. During the interviews, directors, editors and journalists unanimously agreed that media convergence enhanced the requirements for timeliness and accuracy of news production as well as increased the intensity of journalists’ workload, but failed to radically alter the methods of selecting and writing news, thereby bearing no significant influence on journalists. A few journalists indicated their willingness to commit immediately to the convergence of news production; however, other journalists refused to cooperate with the new media centre.
Generally, the journalists’ reluctance to collaborate can be explained under the binary structure of ‘traditional media versus new media’, which is manifested at three levels. At the institutional level, the antithesis of traditional media versus new media is represented as the schism between ‘inside the system’ and ‘outside the system’. Given the impact of new media and the existing ideological control, the Fujian press industry has opted to sacrifice part of its economic gains for political security, which is also an option for journalists ‘inside the system’. At the organisational level, the antithesis is manifested as the enmity between the traditional and the new media departments. Divergent interests have made the leaders and journalists of metropolis newspapers less willing to cooperate with the centre compared with their counterparts from the party organs. At the individual level, the binary structure is manifested as the competition between professional journalists and other we-media runners. Faced with challenges from non-professional information providers, most journalists opt to follow their occupational boundaries and refrain from adding their voice to the new media.
Zhulì'an shuo, ta jìhuà ban dào mìxixibi beibù de kèlakè si bao fùjìn, kàojìn a shén lì de fùqin. Ta hé a shén lì zài nàli de yigè xiao zhèn zhaodàole yi jiàn gongyù. Zhulì'an rènwéi ta kenéng huì zài míngnián qiutian zài kèlakè si bao de shèqu xuéyuàn shàngkè. Ta wèn wo shìfou shou dàole Ashley de sì yuèfèn de 208 meiyuán de MFIB zhipiào. Wo yijing méiyou qiánle. Wo cóng zìdòng qukuan ji shouhuí 200 meiyuán, zài tóurù 8 meiyuán, bìng jiao gei zhulì'an. Zhè jiang bèi yòng zuò gong chepiào, ràng ta jiarù mìxixibi zhou de a shén lì. Wo hé tamen de zhànghù shì píngdeng de.
Analysis was performed with the statistical software package Prism Origin (GraphPad Software). Statistical analysis of iMN survival experiments was performed using a 2-sided log-rank test to account for events that did not occur (i.e., iMNs that did not degenerate before the end of the experiment). For each line, the survival data from 90 iMNs were selected randomly using Microsoft Excel, and these data were used to generate the survival curve. If all iMNs degenerated in a given experiment, statistical significance was calculated using a 2-tailed Student’s t test.
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