The survey (see Table 2) indicates that from the viewpoint of local journalists in Fujian, new media has generally expanded the sources of news and facilitated contact with news-related groups. However, new media has also raised considerably high requirements for journalists’ expertise and spawned fierce peer competitions. Moreover, the respondents relatively agreed with the influences of new media in terms of enhancing journalists’ knowledge about the audience, although they disagreed with the belief that new media has marginalised news gathering and editing. The respondents took relatively positive attitudes towards the overall influences of new media on news production.

However, the official belief of ‘sole responsibility for one’s own profits or losses’ that has been established since the marketisation of Chinese media industries made it impossible for the Fujian press industry to gain sustainable financial investments from the state. Hence, the present objective of media convergence has been to explore new pathways towards profitability. To date, only a few new media outlets in the Fujian press industry have garnered gains. This ‘adventitious feebleness’ in profitability is deemed by local journalists as a consequence of the ‘congenital deficiency’ in content as exacerbated by the censorship system.
iPSCs were tested for mycoplasma before, during, and after the study and were negative. iPSCs were first differentiated into fibroblast-like cells to enable efficient retroviral transduction. iPSCs (1 × 106 cells/flask) were seeded in a T75 flask that was coated with Matrigel (Corning) and cultured in mTeSR until reaching 70% to 80% confluence. Cells were then cultured in fibroblast medium (20% FBS in DMEM) for 14 days. Cells were passaged 1:1 with Accutase (Innovative Cell Technologies) to another flask that was coated with Matrigel and cultured in fibroblast medium until they reached 90% confluence. Cells were then passed with 0.25% trypsin to 3 flasks that were coated with 0.1% gelatin and cultured in 10% FBS in DMEM. Reprogramming of the fibroblast-like cells was performed in 96-well plates (8 × 103 cells/well) or 13-mm plastic coverslips (3.2 × 104 cells/coverslip) that had been sequentially coated with gelatin (0.1%, 1 hour) and laminin (2 to 4 hours) at room temperature. Seven iMN factors were added in 100 to 200 μL fibroblast medium per well of the 96-well plate with 5 mg/mL polybrene. Cultures were transduced with lentivirus encoding the Hb9::RFP reporter 48 hours after transduction with transcription factor–encoding retroviruses. On day 5, primary mouse cortical glial cells from P1 ICR pups were added to the transduced cultures in glia medium containing MEM (Life Technologies), 10% donor equine serum (HyClone), 20% glucose (Sigma-Aldrich), and 1% penicillin/streptomycin. On day 6, cultures were switched to N3 medium containing DMEM/F12 (Life Technologies), 2% FBS, 1% penicillin/streptomycin, N2 and B27 supplements (Life Technologies), 7.5 μM RepSox (Selleck), and 10 ng/mL each of GDNF, BDNF, and CNTF (R&D Systems). The iMN cultures were maintained in N3 medium, changed every other day, unless otherwise noted.
As national policy is further loosened, the Chinese media have begun exploring diversified modes of business operation. In 1996, the Guangzhou Daily Newspaper Group announced its foundation, thereby unfolding the prelude of conglomeration of Chinese media. However, the process of conglomeration accelerated significantly only during the turn of the millennium, which has also benefited from the promulgation of a series of polices.
C9-BAC mice (36) (>6 months old) were transcardially perfused with PBS and subsequently with 4% formaldehyde. Cryoprotection occurred in 20% sucrose. After snap freezing, tissue was sectioned by cryostat at 20-μm thickness and stained with the following primary antibodies: anti-poly(GP) (catalog 24494-1-AP, ProteinTech), anti-poly(GR) (catalog MABN778, Millipore), anti-poly(PR) (catalog 23979-1-AP, ProteinTech), anti-NR1 (catalog NB300118, Novus), and anti-MAP2 (catalog ab5392, Abcam). Antigen retrieval was achieved with Target Retrieval Solution (pH 9, Agilent, Dako) for the DPR staining. Images were collected using a Zeiss LSM800 confocal microscope. The scientist performing the DPR quantification was blinded to the genotype or treatment condition of the samples. Confocal microscopy images of DPR punctae were adjusted for brightness and contrast for optimal visualization of the DPR punctae; this occurred to the same extent for the vehicle- and APC-treated side of the hippocampus.

16 Expertise is defined as a source's “presumed knowledge and ability to provide accurate information.” See Petty, R. and Wegener, D., Attitude Change: Multiple Roles for Attitude Change (Boston: McGraw-Hill, 1998), p. 344. Objectivity refers to perceptions of media sources to be unbiased, accurate, fair and “to tell the whole story.” See Iyengar, S. and Kinder, D.R., Psychological Accounts of Agenda-Setting (Beverly Hills: Sage, 1985); Miller, J. and Krosnick, J., “News media impact on the ingredients of presidential evaluations: politically knowledgeable citizens are guided by a trusted source,” American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 44, No. 2 (2000), pp. 301–15.
Rán'ér, ji gè yuè lái, wo dasuàn jià gei ta. Ta huì lái dào wo zài shèngbaoluó dì dìfang, women jingcháng huì zuò'ài. Ránhòu wo huì zài wo de xiezuò xiàngmù shàng gongzuò, ér an baochíle gè zhong gè yàng de fangshì. Women de guanxì fasheng de dì yigè lièfèng fasheng zài an kaishi zài túshu guan yù dào yigè nánrén de chéngshì zhouwéi. Ta zài zhengbiàn shuo wo bùpèi ta. Tamen kànle yixià zài yigè jiào pínqióng de shèngbaoluó fùjìn de ha wéi de fángzi, bìng juédìng bù héshì. an gei wo yigè zuìhòu tong atum, wo bùdé bùbi zhè gèng hao. Zhè sìhu shì duì wo de yiban tàidù. Suoyi jiéhun bèi gezhìle.
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.
Tongguò jiù shìjiè de zìmu shìzì de chuánbò yu zài 6 hé 5 shìjì qíjian fasheng de xianzhe de wénhuà juéxing zhènghao xiangfan. Dangshí de shìjiè zhimíng de zhéxué jia hé zongjiào lingxiù baokuò fú, zuo luósi tè, bì dá ge la si, yi sài yà, ye lì mi, su géla di, laowo hé kongzi. Chúle zhongguó de shèngrén, rénmen keyi ba zhèxie rén yu wénzì chuánbò de zìmu xíngshì.
An in-depth interview was thereafter conducted to provide an explanation for journalists’ attitude towards new media as well as to answer the research questions 2 and 3. A total of 12 respondents who left their contact information were recruited as interviewees. Given that media convergence is a process of integration among all newspaper offices within one press group, the recruitment of the interviewees was conducted with the press group unit rather than the single newspaper office. Apart from journalists, the leadership and editors of new media centres who had worked in the newspaper newsroom were also recruited as interviewees to obtain an improved understanding of the influences of media convergence on the press industry. The different degrees of experience in news gathering and editing of these directors and editors could be beneficial, particularly their insider’s viewpoint, which will compliment and support that of the journalists. From February to March 2016, the authors recruited eight directors or editors of new media centres for in-depth interviews through snowball sampling.

Moreover, the major criteria of the present press industry in Fujian regarding job performance of new media editors involve the read count of postings and the number of fans. From the perspective of journalists, behaviour that editors repeatedly demand from the frontline journalists includes nothing more than ensuring the timeliness of press release. Their compliance is somehow related to the job performance evaluation of the editors themselves, thereby resulting in the additional decline in the willingness for coordination.
Wèishéme zìmu biao zhèngmíng duì wénhuà de zhè zhong cìji? Shouxian, zìmu jiaoben tongguò jiang xuyào xuéxí de fúhào shùliàng cóng shù bai huò shù qian jianshao dào dàyue liang da lái jianhuà xiezuò. Baokuò zài yuyin zhong de rènhé cíyu keyi yóu shaoliàng de zìmu zìmu ke shì dì biaoshì. Rúguo yourén bù quèdìng yigè zì shì shénme yìsi, ta keyi fachu yinjié lái ting qí dengtóng dehuà. Zhè zhong jianhuà shide gèng duo de rén keyi fangwèn.
Two alternative paths are presently available for the local press industry to thoroughly address the issue of content for new media outlets. The first path is to remove the administrative hierarchy between metropolis newspapers and party organs, with the new media centre providing news to both newspapers and new media outlets for further editing. In this case, the new media outlets are not incorporated into the new media centre but remain at the same administrative level as the traditional media departments. Hence, the vertical communication between the new media centre and various new media outlets increases, yet the horizontal interaction between newspapers and new media outlets dramatically reduces. The second path is to insulate the newspapers from converging news production, with the centre producing content independently for new media outlets.
1984 Nián xiàtian, wo hé ma sha yiqi qùle lìng yigè rìzi - qùle míngnísudá zhou de shuangbaotai qiúsài, dàn lao móshù yijing xiaoshile. Zuìzhong ta tuìchule shuang chéng de gongzuò, zài nán meizhou zuòle zhìyuàn gongzuò, ránhòu ban dào míngnísudá zhou nánbù de lán si bó luo. Zài zhè duàn shíjian wo da diànhuà gei ma sha yicì, ta míngquè biaoshì bùxiang baochí liánluò. Cóng hùliánwang shàng wo liaojie dào, ma sha cóng 2008 nián 10 yuè 31 rì qùshì, luancháo ái hanjiàn. Dang ta zhù zài míngnísudá zhou wen nuò nà shí, xiele yigè bókè, jiéhunle. Ta duì bingxisuan hé sichóu huà you xìngqù. Ta de wangzhàn shàng chushòule ji jiàn zuòpin.

On the event of the shipwreck in the Yangtze River last year, I sent (passengers’ identity numbers) to the editor-on-duty of the website. He said, ‘Tell me the number of (Fuzhou) people’. I told him he could roughly estimate the number by counting those identity numbers starting with ‘35’. He said, ‘You might as well help me count’. I was being busy on the spot. And I was expected to be the one managing such trivial matters! (Interviewee No. 14)


93 Lai Fei. Jining, zaozhuangdiqu huaxiangshi gailun (An Introduction to Han Stone Pictorial Reliefs at the Jining and Zaozhuang Region) in Zhongguo huaxiangshi quanji, Shandong Han huaxiangshi (di er ji) (Complete Collection of Chinese Stone Pictorial Reliefs, Shandong Stone Pictorial Reliefs (Volume 2))(Jinan: Shandong meishu chubanshe, Zhengzhou: Henan meishu chubanshe, 2000), 19.

Wo gai zenme bàn? Jixíng baobao de kenéng xìng hé duì wo qi zi jiànkang de kenéng de fùmiàn yingxiang shì bùxiáng de. Wo xiang, rènhé yiliáo chéngxù dou you fengxian; shénme shì cuòwù de kenéng xìng? Wo gei yisheng fale yi feng diànzi yóujiàn, nèiróng you bùfèn nèiróng:“Jintian wo qizi shuo ni gàosù ta, huáiyùn qíjian kenéng huì siwáng. You duo kenéng? Rúguo wo de qizi miànlín yánzhòng de siwáng fengxian, nàme women dangrán huì juédìng bù xíngdòng. Dànshì, wo bù huì genjù yiban xìng de chénshù zuò chu juédìng, ér shì yào gèng duo de liaojie wo qizi de jiànkang fengxian.“
Wo zìji jihu méiyou zhèngjù biaomíng xila de huáiyùn. Zuìchu de huáiyùn cèshì dangrán shì. Zhongzhàng kaishi qián ji gè yuè, wo yijing kàn dào ta de luoti. Sancì xila yijing anpái wo hé ta yiqi qù zhensuo chákàn chaoshengbo. Mei cì yuehuì bèi quxiao. Yidàn women yù dàole qìche de máfan, yidàn xila bù xiangxìn wo huì cóng lutú zhong fanhuí, yidù shì yigè bèi yíwàng de yuányin. Xila yizhí zài tánlùn ta néng ganshòu dào de xiao Payson. Chúle ta sìhu zài jiazhòng de guanchá zhi wài, wo bù zhidào Sheila suo shuo de shì zhenshí de.
Males and females accounted for 49.6% and 50.4%, respectively, of the total number of respondents. The respondents with a degree of and below junior college accounted for 1.8%, those with bachelor’s degree accounted for 83.5% and those with a master’s degree or above accounted for 14.7%. Among the respondents, 33.2% came from party organs, whilst 66.8% came from metropolis newspapers. The mean age of the respondents was 31 years old (M = 30.63, SD = 6.35) and the mean number of years at work was 8 (M = 7.62, SD = 6.50).
Jingbào dúzhe keyi rènshi dào shàngshù de shìdài chongtú zhi de shì dì san hé dì sì wénmíng de wénhuà zhi jian de zhuanbiàn. Yìnshua wénhuà, gèng chongfèn de fa zhan, you gèng guangfàn de shoucángzhe míng de zuòpin, jiyu ta bi dàzhòng wénhuà gèng dà de weiwàng. Huòzhe, rénmen kenéng huì jùjué yigè wénmíng zài wénhuà shàng you yú lìng yi gè wénmíng, bìng jiang tamen shì wéi wánquán bùtóng de guandian. Tamen de wénhuà jiang jízhong zài bùtóng de lixiang.
The relationship between demographic factors with journalists’ attitude towards new media has been analysed in order to determine the variation among different types of journalists. The results of the ANOVA test indicate that gender and degree of education make no difference to the respondents’ perception about the changes or to their evaluation of new media; the type of newspaper makes no difference to the former but does influences the latter (F = 13.107, df = 1, p < .01). The results of the correlation analysis indicate that the respondents’ ages and years at work are uncorrelated to their perception but positively correlated to their evaluation of new media (r = 0.235, p < .001; r = 0.185, p < .01). Although local journalists in Fujian have generally recognised the changes brought about by new media to newspapers, those from metropolis newspapers were more inclined to provide a negative evaluation to these changes than those from party organs, whilst the older and more experienced the journalists were, the more positive evaluation they tended to provide to new media.
Yóuyú zhè cì yùndòng jìngrán churényìliào, suoyi wo xiànzài danrèn mínzhudang zongtong. Zài DNC zhuxí zài nán kaluóláinàzhou quxiao zigé hòu, wo zài 2004 niándù dùguòle wu gè xingqí, zài lùyìsi an nà zhou luxíng, yu guójia mínzhudang zongtong xiaozu zhong de liù míng zhimíng hòuxuan rén jìngzheng. Zài zhè cì bisài zhong, wo yíngdéle hòuxuan rén zhong de dì wu míng, yíngdéle 2%de xuanpiào. Yi xingqí qián suodìng tímíng de yuehàn·kè li (John Kerry) shouxian wánchéngle tímíng.
22 Interviews no. 38, 27, 4. See also Z. Zhao and F. Cai, “Maohe er shenli: cong chuanbo neirong de jiaodu kan xinwen yu xuanchuan de chayi” (“Apparently harmonious but actually different: difference between news and propaganda from the perspective of communication content”), Eighth National Conference on Communication Studies, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 2004.

Whereas the day-to-day operation of the new media outlets are gradually involved into the political orbit of the Chinese media system, there is a barrier to the convergence which arises from the competitive relationship between the traditional and new media departments for more resources and market rewards yet to be surmounted. The new media centre has difficulty in gaining the support of newspapers, particularly metropolis newspapers in content production, which may accelerate the adjustment of the administrative structure within the local press industry.
Wénlín yì wéi “qúnyīng huì” yǔ gōngsī míng xiāngtóng de shì, Wénlín Yánjiūsuǒ de chéngxùyuán dàitóurén dōu shì shēnjiān Hànyǔ yǔyánxuéjiā hé jìsuànjī kēxué gōngchéngshī liǎng zhǒng shēnfèn. Guānchá děngshì liǎngbiān, zhè ràng Wénlín Yánjiūsuǒ de chuàngshǐrén hé zǒngcái Tuōmǎsī E. Bìxiǎopǔ (Thomas E. Bishop) chóngxīn fāxiàn le Hànyǔ shénmì de 36 bǐ “zìmǔ”, jìn'ér yīláoyǒngyì de jiějué le Unicode “quēzì” de wèntí. Zhèxiē chuántǒng jiǎoběn yuánsù yīzhí yǐlái dōu bèi ruǎnjiàn kāifāzhě suǒ hūshì. “CDL yīzhí shì Wénlín de yī bùfèn, dàn wǒmen wèi fāxiàn qiánzài yǔyán, zhídào Wénlín 4.0 bǎn tuīchū. Rújīn yònghù kěyǐ chákàn bìng cāokòng rènhé kě zài bǐhuà kuàng zhōng chákàn de zìfú de CDL miáoshù,” Bìxiǎopǔ shuōdào. Wénlín Yánjiūsuǒ shì Unicode Xiéhuì de róngyù huìyuán, zì 2000 nián yǐlái yīzhí zhìlìyú míhé CJK shùjù chǔlǐ shang de chājù.
Such a characteristic of we-media has further squeezed the price bidding space of the new media of Fujian press industry in the area of content in local journalists’ eyes. What is worse, the procedure of three-phase censorship that deviates from the logic of new media is not strictly followed during the course of converging news production. Delays in the course of censorship have not only impaired the market competitiveness of the new media in terms of content, but also considerably reduced the willingness of journalists to collaborate with the new media centre.
Hao xiaoxi shì, ta xiànzài zài fùguó yínháng youyi fèn gongzuò, yigè mei xiaoshí zhifù 15 meiyuán. Ta cóng wo nàli toule qián lái zhifù yínháng fèiyòng. Ta ye zhèngzài jìnrù wojia de lóu xià danwèi, bìng you jinjí yuánzhù zhifù yigè yuè de zujin hé sunhui yajin. Wo zuò chule yigè juédìng. Wo keyi xiàng meiguó yínháng bàogào qizhà xíngwéi bìng shouhuí zijin, ye kenéng jiang xila sòng dào jianyù, fouzé wo keyi jieshòu dàoqiè, xiwàng yiqiè shùnlì. Wo xuanzéle hòu zhe.
Wo zài 2010 nián 5 yuè xiàxún shousuole saixiàn yán, dangshí wo de ji zhang zhàopiàn bèi zhongzhàng de xiàn ti dài zou. Beijiao de yi míng yisheng wúfa lijie, dàn bailaohuì dàxué zhensuo de yisheng ye méiyou. Ta wèn wo shìfou you wo de shengzhíqì ganjué, wo zuòle. Yi liang gè yuè hòu, zhongzhàng xiaoshile, dàn wo dì xìng'ài yeshì rúci. Wo danxin yi míng laonián rén de saixiàn yán huì daozhì bù yù zhèng. Zhè ràng wo gèngjia xinshang xila huáiyùnle.
Our findings provide preclinical evidence suggesting that 3K3A-APC and PAR1 activation could rescue neurodegeneration in C9ORF72 and sporadic ALS cases. In complex diseases such as ALS, the identification of therapeutic strategies that are efficacious across a wide range of cases is critical for clinical success. We have developed tools, including C9ORF72 and sporadic ALS iMN disease models, that enable the identification of these rare, but critical therapeutic strategies.
Oct. 2018, our paper ‘‘Nonnegative Matrix Factorization for Signal and Data Analytics: Identifiability, Algorithms, and Applications’’, has been accepted in IEEE Signal Processing Magazine as a feature article ! This article talks about intuitions, insights, and most recent results behind NMF identifiability theories. Cool applications of NMF can also be found here.
Lentiviral expression of GFP or PR50-FLAG using a synapsin promoter in primary mouse cortical neurons. Immunocytochemistry was used to visualize PR50 localization (blue = DAPI, red = anti-FLAG, green = anti-MAP2). (e) Immunocytochemistry to detect the subcellular localization of exogenously applied synthetic PR20-FLAG (green = anti-FLAG) in HeLa cells with reduced levels of Rab7 (Rab7-i.1) using CRISPR-i (blue = DAPI, magenta = LAMP1 (lysosomal marker). 1 µM PR20 was added to cell culture media for 1hr. before cells were fixed and subjected to immunocytochemistry.
Interestingly, in the presence of 50 nM bafilomycin, sporadic ALS iMNs also contained significantly fewer GFP+mRFP+ vesicles than controls (Figure 2, A and C, and Supplemental Figure 2B; 3 controls and 5 sporadic ALS patients), indicating that autophagosome formation was impaired in sporadic ALS iMNs. Thus, both the C9ORF72 and sporadic ALS iMNs display decreased rates of autophagosome formation.
“Setting a Role Model: Hong Kong Migrants in Singapore,” presented at The 4th International Conference of Institutes & Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies on “Interaction and Innovation: Multidimensional Perspectives in Chinese Overseas Studies,” in Jinan University, Guangzhou, organized by Academic of Overseas Chinese Studies in Jinan University, Jinan University Libraries, Ohio University Libraries, 9-11 May 2009.
Bèihòu de zhèxie huódòng shì guanyú niyì de “beimei zìyóu màoyì xiédìng”, zhè jiang you lìyú meiguó de zhìzào yè jiùyè chukou dào di gongzi dì dìfang, rú mòxige. Jiéhé meiguó, mòxige hé jianádà láiyuán de xìnxi, wo zìji chubanle yi ben shu,“meijia mòxige zìyóu màoyì xiédìng: Women zhishì shuo bu,” ta kenéng shì shìchang shàng dì yi ben fan NAFTA shu.
Yóuyú chuàngyìyìshùjia céngjing xiyinguò gèrén zhuisuí de chóngbài, suoyi xin méiti zhong de biaoyan zhe xiànzài biàn chéngle ganxìng de shangpin, qí tèdìng de fenggé xiyinle mou xie ge rén. Rénmen tiáozheng dào zhèxie zuòpin, yi liaojie tamen zuì xihuan de rénwù - ér bùshì nàgè gàiniàn shàng chuàngzuò de zuòpin, ér shì zài shèxiàngji huò màikèfeng miànqián de rén, qí gèrén xíngxiàng miàn duì dàzhòng guanzhòng. Yúlè changsuo de zhuisuí zhe zài xiaobào bàozhi huò shenyè tánhuà jiémù zhong buzhuo biaoyan zhe de gèxìng. Women tongguò ta huò ta de piàofáng choujiang, huòzhe tongguò xiaoshòu di zhuanjí huò cídài de shùliàng, huòzhe tongguò diànshì jiémù dì guanzhòng píngjí lái cèliáng biaoyan zhe de jiàzhí.
Wo hen kuài jiù zhidào, jingfang hé sifa zhìdù zài yu nuxìng duìkàng de qíngkuàng xià duì nánrén bù youshàn. Dang wo zài yijiuba'èr nián sì yuè zhongyú juédìng líhun shí, wo fànle yigè gùyòng yi míng nu l?shi de cuòwù, ta de shoufèi shíjian baokuò ta suo zuò de gongzuò, kàn kàn wo qi zi néng fou baoliú women de diànhuà hàoma. Ta hái wèi wo bànlile yi bi jiaoyì, jiang zhège fángzi chè chu, ban jìnle fángwu hòumiàn de yi jiàn kècang. Faguan zài wu yuèfèn qianshule wo de mìnglìng. Wo zhù zài xiaowu li daile ji nián.
Wo bù zài kaichele (xila de xiongdì mei gè yuè duhuì dài wo dào Chanhassen de Eckankar fúwù, makè·sitan lì dài wo qù luobótè·bèi lì de yanchàng huì.) Diànchí qùnián qiutian zài wo de che shàng siwáng, cóng wèi bèi tìhuàn ránhòu, jinnián zao xie shíhòu, méiyou wo de zhishì huò xila chushòu cheliàng. Zhiyào women qù mou gè dìfang, ta jiù kaiche. Ciwài, wo yijing tíngzhi xiezuò jianchá. Wo de zhipiào jìcúnqì zhong de tiáomù yijing tíngzhi. Xiànzài shouqu zujin de xila, zhàogù zhàngdan. Women de cáizhèng réngrán wéixian.
In 1645, Zhu Yousong, who had proclaimed himself the Hongguang Emperor of the Southern Ming dynasty, gave the Chongzhen Emperor the temple name "Sizong". In historical texts, "Sizong" is the most common temple name of the Chongzhen Emperor, even though the Southern Ming rulers had changed "Sizong" to "Yizong" (毅宗) and then to "Weizong" (威宗). During the Qing dynasty, the Chongzhen Emperor's temple name was changed to "Huaizong" (懷宗).

Zuòwéi yigè zhìlì qingxiàng de zìwo zhidao zuòjia, wo qingxiàng yú qingshì shèjiao huódòng. Wo bù xihuan dà duoshù rén suo zuò de zìji de shengyù; yinwèi zhè shì wo bìxu qing. Rúguo wo gèng duo de jìnrù jiatíng guanxì, zhè zhong tàidù kenéng huì you suo bùtóng. Dàn xiànzài wo yijing ànzhào wo de fangshì jìnxíng, bìngqie bìxu yu wo suo chéngjiù de yiyàng shenghuó. Wo cónglái méiyou bìxu duì yigè háizi huò chúle wo zìji yiwài de rènhé rén chéngdan zuìzhong de zérèn. Hunyin lái lái qù qù. Zhìshao, tamen duì wo lái shuo


The press groups in Fujian have adopted the extendedly ameliorated path of media convergence. Firstly, they hired a technology company to establish a platform for converging news production. Secondly, a new media centre was established. Thirdly, a group of editors from the press newsroom were transferred to the centre to handle the new media outlets, particularly the website, Weibo, Wechat and APP. Lastly, a process reconstruction of the news production was undertaken by uniformly importing information from multiple sources into the centre for processing and delivering to new media outlets.

Lián xi zuìhòu yicì yaoqiú qián shí, liánlián cóng zhongguó huíguó. Ta huílái hòu de 30 fenzhong nèi, xuanbù ta zài women de wòshì li faxiànle nuxìng de yifú, yùshì li hái you yixie heisè de tóufa. Yigè nurén zài zoule de shíhòu yidìng hé wo zhù zài yiqi. Zuòwéi yijia qián zong jingli, ta shuo ta zhidào rúhé xúnzhao fángjian shiyòng qíngkuàng de jixiàng.
Zài 4 yuè 5 rì xingqí yi, ài lún da diànhuà shuo, zhulì'anda diànhuà lái shìtú da wo yigè 400 meiyuán de dàikuan, jùshuo zài ben zhou wan xie shíhòu cóng ta de wò er gélín de zhipiào zhong huán kuan. Ta jiànyì bùyào dàikuan. Dang zhulì'an xiàwu da diànhuà shí, wo gàosù ta, women you yigè shengyì, ér bùshì gèrén guanxì. Ta néng zhaodào biérén tíqián fù qián ma?
Shangjia kenéng yijing dì yi cì shiyòng ta. Tamen zài fangwèn mòsheng hé yáoyuan dì dìfang de jinglì cìjile yuyán, zongjiào, xísú hé sixiang zhi jian de bijiào. Zhège duan shouxie de jiaoben chuàngzàole yi zhong gèngjia jinglì chongpèi hé tànsuo de shèhuì lèixíng. Yixie xúnwèn zhe shì fazhan zìji de sixiang xìtong de zhéxué jia. Suízhe xiezuò zhishì guangfàn chuánbò, qí shìjué biaojì chéngwéi hàoqí xin de duìxiàng, yóuqí shì zài jùyou qiángliè koutóu chuántong de shèhuì. Zhè zhong shèhuì cúnzài yú 5 shìjìde xilà chéngbang. Hé ma shi, jì dé bù dú, shì xilà rén liánhé de wénhuà juzhèn. Rán'ér, xiàng Hesiod,Aeschylus hé Sophocles zhèyàng de zuòjia ye zài xiànchang.

dangrán zhège nu'ér gòu haole ta shì yigè you xiyin lì, congmíng, shànliáng, meilì de niánqing nuzi, duì jiatíng de xìnyù. Lìng yi fangmiàn, dang ta hé ta de muqin dì yi cì lái hé wo zhù zài yiqi shí, ta shíba suì. Yi nián gaozhong bìyè hòu, ta zài lìng yigè chéngzhèn shàng dàxué, ránhòu zài fèichéng jìnxíng yi nián de shèqu fúwù, ránhòu dào chéngrén shìyè, shouxian zuòwéi yi míng chéngwùyuán, ránhòu zuòwéi yuyán xué jia zhù zhù huáshèngdùn tèqu zài ta de chéngzhang zhong méiyou zhòngyào de zuòyòng. Wo ye méiyou shìtú yòng zìsi de fùmu liyóu jianchí ta. Háizi, dang tamen nénggòu, yinggai zìji chují. Yexu wo zhishì yigè yúchun de laorén, yinggai tíngzhi zìsi, jieshòu wo yijing yongyou de hao dongxi.

Zài 1973 nián wo jiéhun ka luó er zhiqián, wo yu yigè míng jiào zhu dí de niánqing nuzi youzhe jiqíng de guanxì, chíxùle haoji gè yuè. Ji nián hòu, wo zàicì tongguò xiànzài zhù zài jialìfúníya zhou de fùmu yu ta liánxì. Zài 1987 nián de dongtian, zhu dí da diànhuà shuo ta xiang bàifang wo. Ta bàoyuàn ta xiànzài de nán péngyou dài fu, yigè zài xingqiú dàzhàn xiàngmù shàng gongzuò de shùxué jia. Zhè dangrán shì duì wo yu an dì guanxì zàochéngle yalì. Bùguò, wo huanyíng zhu dí de fangwèn, bìng zhunbèi ràng ta zài bèiyòng fángjian dòuliú ji tian. Zhu dí dàodá jichang yigè dà shùgàn. Xianrán zhè cì fangwèn jiang chíxù yiduàn shíjian.
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