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Good afternoon ,ladies and gentlemen .One day ,in an oral English class my fellow students and I had a heated discussion on the meaning of Beijings bid for the 2008 Olympic Games.下午好,女士们,先生们.有一天,在一堂英语口语课上,我和我的同学对北京申办二零零八年奥运会的意义作了激烈的讨论.They contributed different ideas.Some said,;Beijing s environment with be improved steadily .他们都有不同的观点,有些说,;北京的环境会得到持续改善,Beijing has made a long-term plan for environment improvement.Whether Beijing will finally with the bid or not,北京已经就环境改善的问题做了长远的计划.北京最终是否赢得申办,the plan will remain the same.;Some commented on its meaning in relation to the economy ,arguing that Beijings bid can rally the whole nations spirit to develop economy more rapidly .计划都会保持不变.;有些人就有关经济方面后,争论说北京的申奥可以团结全国人民的精神,加速发展经济.Other said.;Beijing s bid will be of great significance to the Olympic movement since China is the worlds most populous country .其他人说,;北京的申奥对于奥林匹克运动会意义重大因为中国是世界上人口最多的国家,An Olympic event in Beijing will increase the popularity of the Games.;在北京举行奥运会将会提高运动会的受欢迎度.;I admit that I wholly agree with what my fellow students have said.However ,I am more willing to approach the meaning of Beijings bid in another way .我承认我完全同意我同学说的话,但是,我更愿意用另外一种方式探索北京申奥的意义,Id like to view Beijings bid as a special voice.A voice that comes the hearts of all the Chinese people .我把北京申奥作为一种特别的呼声,一种来自全中国人民心里的呼声.What is this voice ?Maybe ,we can find the answer in a true story .More that half a year has passed since the Sydney Olympics.这是怎样的一种呼声?或许我们可以从一个真实的故事里找到.悉尼奥运会结束后,半年多已经过去了.However ,it seems that the intervening days have not diminished the memories.In my memory,one of the most moving scenes of the Sydney Olympics was the moment when Chinas women football team left Canberra for home .但是那些日子还没从我们的记忆中褪去.在我的记忆里,悉尼奥运会中最感人的场面之一就是中国的足球姑娘们离开堪培拉回国的一幕.Chinas team lost the game against Norway ,and was forced out of medal contention .中国队输给挪威,被逼退出奖牌的角逐.After a sleepless night ,the Chinese girls said that they would not cry at the departure .经过一个不眠之夜,中国姑娘们说她们不会在离别的时候哭.However ,tears streamed down their cheeks when they saw the American women footballers standing in a row to see them off.但是,当她们看到美国足球的姑娘们列队送行,泪水禁不住流下了脸颊,Some waved a tearful farewell to them.一些人泪流满面地挥手道别.Why did the tough Chinese girls all burst into tears?I think it is because of the voice ,which echoes in their hearts.为什么坚强的中国姑娘们会掉下来眼泪呢?我想是因为那种回荡在她们心中的呼声吧.Dear friends ,you may have guessed what this voice is .Yet,it is a longing.亲爱的朋友,你可能已经猜到那是什么呼声了.是的,那是一种长久的.It is a longing for mutual understanding and friendship.All the Chinese girls understood that winning was important.渴望的相互理解和友谊的长久的呼声.所有的中国姑娘都知道比赛获胜是重要的,But it was more precious were the friendship and the mutual understanding forged in the Olympics and they would live forever in the hearts of all participants.但更珍贵的是与奥运会相连的友谊和相互理解,而且这种呼声将长存于每一位参赛者的心中.Beijings bid ,in essence ,is a voice of the Chinese pople.It is a longing to understand other poeple in the world ,and to be understood by them.北京申奥本质上是中国人民的呼声,那是了解世界其它民族和为他们所了解的渴望,It is a longing to promote friendship with people from all over the world .那是促进与世界其它民族的友谊的渴望.Chinese peoples longing for mutual understanding and friendship can be traced back 700 years.中国人民对相互了解和友谊的渴望可以追溯到七百年前,The message was brought to Europe by Marco Polo,but this voice was drowned in a sea of disbelief at that time.这种信息由马可.波罗带回欧洲,但他的呼声被当时如海洋般的不信任淹没了.Even on his deathbed, he was urged by his friends to admit that he had made up all the stories about China.甚至在他弥留之际,他的朋友敦促他承认所有关于中国的东西都是谣传.His last words were,;If you do not believe what I said ,just go and see with your own eyes.;他临终之言是:如果你们不相信我所说的话,你们去亲眼看一下.Now ,about 700 years later,in this millennium ,this opportunity presents itself.现在,大约七百年过去了,在新千年里,这种机会体现出来了.If Beijing wins the bid,it will offer a golden chance for the world to come and see China for themselves,那将是世人用自己的眼睛看中国的黄金机会,and for the Chinese people to get person -to -person contact with people from all parts of the world .因为中国人民将与全世界人民面对面接触.Chinese peoples longing is best manifested in Beijings bid,Chinese peoples voice is ringing in Beijings bid.中国人民的愿望充分体现在北京的申奥上,中国人民的呼声在北京申奥中回响着.And I believe that our voice can be heard and appreciated because it echoes the ever-lasting voice in the hearts of all human beings.我相信我们的呼声会被听到和赞赏,因为这各种回响,这种呼声永存在所有的人心中.The voice conveys the common wish and the lofty idea of mankind.呼声传达了一种普通的愿望和人类的崇高理想.The voice is not transient because it has been ringing from the past to the present,and will,of course ,ring into the future.呼声不是瞬间即逝的因为它已经响遍了过去和现在,当然会响到将来.I believe in this voice .I believed that our voice for an opportunity to contribute to the sacred cause of promoting unity ,我相信在这种呼声中,我相信我们为促进团结,friendship and progress will be answered.Thank you .友谊和进步而作出贡献的呼声将得到回应.谢谢.Judge:Um,one of the things that you replied in response to special obligations that university students owe society is that,um ,parents want their children to be successful .评委:大学生对于社会的特殊义务,你回答的其中之一就是父母期望子女成才.If they um,havent had opportunities they would like their children at least to have these opportunities and to be successful in their life.如果他们自身没有机会,他们至少希望自己的子女有机会在他们的人生里成功.Um, what criteria would you use to measure success and when its been reached ?你用来衡量成功的标准是什么?什么时候可以达到?Uh, what would you ,what criteria would you use to determine if someone has been successful in their life?你用什么标准来衡量一个人在他的人生里是成功的?Zhang Cong:Um,yes ,a lot of people think that success means achieving greatness.And we have actually discussed this topic um in last years contest .张聪:是的,很多认为取得巨大的成就才算成功.事实上,我们在去年的演讲比赛中也探讨了这个问题.And as Shakepeare told us,;Some people are born great , some people achieve greatness,others have greatness thrust upon them .;正如莎士比亚告诉我们,有些天生是伟人,有些人努力取得成就,有些人的成就从天而降.So ,I think we have different definitions of greatness.And my definition of achieving greatness is that you have aly um struggled.我想我们对于成功有不同的定义,我对成功的定义是你已经奋斗了,You have strived for success.And if as long as you can do your best, as now Im taking part in a contest like this ,Im very nervous.你曾为成功奋斗过.只要你能竭尽全力,正如我现在参加这次比赛,我非常紧张,But if I have displayed all that I can do.Ive displayed my best.I think this is succes.Ive aly truly gained by participating.Thank you .但我已经展示了我能做的一切,我已经展示了我最好的一面,我想这是成功,通过参赛我已经真正取得成功.谢谢.Judge:Thank you .Um,you said just now that um society has great hopes for university students and university students in return should repay society for this good education .评委:谢谢,你刚才说社会对大学生寄予厚望,大学生也应该用他们的良好教育回报社会.How do you expect students to repay society ,especially you were speaking of the brain drain?你怎样期望学生回报社会,尤其你在说到智力流失?How do you expect people who have um received a good education here and then have gone abroad perhaps,how do you except them to repay?你怎样期望那些在这里接受良好教育而或许已经到国外发展的人,你怎样期望他们回报社会?Zhang Cong:Um,yes,Ive just mentioned in my speech that um a lot of college stuednts go abroad and never thinking about ,think about coming back to their country ,to their society which has reared them .张聪:是的,我已经在我的演讲里提到许多大学生出到国外,就从来没有想过回到培育他们的国家和社会.What I mean is not to call them back.I want them just to think about making contributions for the society.我的意思不是要把他们叫回来,我只希望他们能为社会作贡献.Maybe they can be uh , they can live in American ,or Britain ,uh for those Chinese students they can live in other developed countries ,或许他们可以住美国,或者是英国,那些中国学生可以住在其他发达国家,but they can still make contributions for the society they lived in.We will never forget in the Sydney Olympics,但他们仍然可以为祖国贡献.我们不会忘记在悉尼奥运会上,those overseas students um hand ,handing the national flag in their hands and singing the national anthem.那些华人学生一面手握国旗,一面唱着国歌.Well never forget that.They are also making contributions .I think the problem of brain drain can not be defined into uh confined into a very small limit.我们不会忘记,他们也是在作贡献.我想智力流失的问题不能局限在一个小范围里,Um, we should adapt more open policies to let the students to come back.And if they dont want to come back,我们应该采取更开放的政策让那部分学生回来.如果他们不想回来,they can also make contributions overseas.And ,that is my answer.Thank you .他们也可以在国外为祖国作贡献.这是我的回答.谢谢.09/85507This morning we kicked off the White House Tribal Nations Conference, a gathering that is a testament to President Obama's respect for the inherent sovereignty of Indian nations and determination to honor the Nation's commitments to American Indian and Alaska Native communities.President Obama is hosting the conference here at the Department of the Interior - the second he has convened since taking office - and delivered keynote remarks to leaders of the 565 federally recognized tribes in the ed States. Members of the President's cabinet and other high-ranking Administration officials will be participating in a series of breakout sessions with tribal leaders, discussing a wide range of social, economic and political challenges facing Indian Country. It is rare that so many of us are in one place at the same time and it speaks to President Obama's high-level engagement with and commitment to Indian Country.Download Video: mp4 (143MB) | mp3 (9MB) 201012/121297

Weekly Address: Two Major Reforms on Health Care amp; Higher EdThe President looks back on a week that saw the passage of two major sets of reforms: one putting Americans in control of their own health care, and one ensuring student loans work for students and families, not as subsidies for bankers and middlemen.Download Video: mp4 (126MB) | mp3 (4MB) 201003/99962

President Bush Attends Kuwait-America Foundation's Stand for Africa Gala Dinner   THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all. Mr. Ambassador, thank you for the invitation. You've got a beautiful place here. (Laughter.) Rima, thanks very much. I'm honored to be with you. I'm a little late because Laura had me watching "Father of the Bride." (Laughter.) And in that I didn't finish it, I'm going to make my remarks short and go home and watch it. (Laughter.) It's going to be a big year for us. So the guy comes to see me, and he says, I want to marry your daughter. I said, done deal. (Laughter.)   It's also a big year for us because I'm absolutely convinced the momentum that we have started on the continent of Africa in dealing with HIV/AIDS or malaria is going to continue on for a long period of time. And I want to thank you all very much for supporting the initiative.   I do want to say something about our Secretary of State. I can remember early on in my administration -- she was the National Security Advisor then -- and she said, I presume you're going to pay attention to Africa. And I said, that's a good presumption, because I believe to whom much is given, much is required. And the ed States of America has been given a lot. And I firmly believe we're required to respond to human tragedy when we see it.   And there's nothing more tragic than a young baby dying because of a mosquito bite. And so I come to you optimistic about this initiative, and thankful for the folks who are supporting Malaria No More. I, too, want to thank Ray Chambers for his leadership. I like it when people do well in the business world, and then rather than retire, decide to put something back into society. That's exactly what you've done, and we're very grateful for doing what you're doing. I see Justice Alito is here. That's good. Hey, Sam, good to see you. (Laughter.)   Youssou N'Dour. So, Youssou, I've been practicing my dancing recently -- (laughter) -- and singing. (Laughter.) And I'm available for a few tips. I appreciate the members of my Cabinet who are here, and members of Congress. (%bk%)  I, too, want to thank Admiral Mike Mullen for serving as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, and his wife, Deborah. It's amazing to be the Commander-in-Chief of a group of people that are dedicated, selfless and courageous like our military, and Admiral Mullen represents the very best of the U.S. military. I thank the Diplomatic Corps who is here, as well.   So, my friends in Texas say, you know, don't we have enough problems here at home? And my answer is, we're wealthy enough and we're strong enough and we're good enough to take problems -- take on problems here at home, as well as in other parts of the world. And then I remind them that we're living in a very difficult period in the history of the world. After all, we're witnessing an ideological struggle between those who kill the innocent to achieve political objectives and those who believe in human dignity and human rights and human freedom.   And it's a tough time, and it's going to take a while to prevail. But one thing is for certain: that this enemy we face cannot possibly find recruits based upon their vision. Their vision for life is so dark and so dim and so degrading that it's impossible for them to recruit unless they find hopeless situations. And there's nothing more hopeless for a mother to see a baby die needlessly. And there's nothing more hopeless than a pandemic that sweeps through a continent.   And so the initiative, the Malaria No More initiative, first and foremost is a part of our efforts to make sure that peace prevails in the long term. And it's working. It's amazing. Admiral Ziemer is here. This guy can get the job done. See, I -- one of the things that we pride ourselves on in this administration is we like to not only be talkers, we like to be doers. We like to set out an agenda and then see to it that the agenda is accomplished.   And working on this Malaria Initiative, we can measure. You can measure how many nets have been purchased and distributed; how many pills have been distributed; how many countries have been affected. When we were in Tanzania, we were told that Zanzibar, which is a part of Tanzania, went from having their babies infected by malaria at the tune of 20 percent to 1 percent in 18 months. And so I am the kind of fellow that says, this is in our interests and I expect the monies that we're spending to be spent well and to be spent wisely, and they are. (%bk%)  It's also in our moral interest. Our nation is a better nation when we help people save lives. The collective will of the American people to help somebody who suffers, who they might not ever know, lifts our national spirit. And so on our trip to Africa, I tried to make sure that the people of Africa understood this wasn't a George Bush initiative or a Laura Bush initiative or a Condi Rice initiative; this was an initiative of the most compassionate people on the face of the earth -- the American people.   And you're helping this initiative go forward. And so I've taken a breather from the movie to come by -- (laughter) -- to thank you very much for standing strong with the forces of goodness and light and compassion. And the work you're doing is necessary and it's important and it's succeeding. And I hope you take great heart in that.   Thanks for letting me come by to say, hi; and God bless you all. (Applause.) 200806/40957

[Nextpage视频演讲]Weekly Address: Honoring the FallenAhead of Memorial Day, the President asks all Americans to join him in remembering and honoring our men and women in uniform who have died in service to the country. Download Video: mp4 (114MB) | mp3 (4MB) [Nextpage演讲文本]Remarks of President Barack ObamaSaturday, May 29, 2010Weekly AddressWashington, DCThis weekend, as we celebrate Memorial Day, families across America will gather in backyards and front porches, fire up the barbeque, kick back with friends, and spend time with people they care about. That is as it should be. But I also hope that as you do so, you’ll take some time to reflect on what Memorial Day is all about; on why we set this day aside as a time of national remembrance.It’s fitting every day to pay tribute to the men and women who wear the uniform of the ed States of America. Still, there are certain days that have been set aside for all of us to do so. Veterans Day is one such day – when we are called to honor Americans who’ve fought under our country’s flag.Our calling on Memorial Day is different. On this day, we honor not just those who’ve worn this country’s uniform, but the men and women who’ve died in its service; who’ve laid down their lives in defense of their fellow citizens; who’ve given their last full measure of devotion to protect the ed States of America. These are the men and women I will be honoring this weekend, and I know many of you are doing the same.There are any number of reasons America emerged from its humble beginnings as a cluster of colonies to become the most prosperous, most powerful nation on earth. There is the hard work, the resilience, and the character of our people. There is the ingenuity and enterprising spirit of our entrepreneurs and innovators. There are the ideals of opportunity, equality, and freedom that have not only inspired our people to perfect our own union, but inspired others to perfect theirs as well.But from the very start, there was also something more. A steadfast commitment to serve, to fight, and if necessary, to die, to preserve America and advance the ideals we cherish. It’s a commitment witnessed at each defining moment along the journey of this country. It’s what led a rag-tag militia to face British soldiers at Lexington and Concord. It’s what led young men, in a country divided half slave and half free, to take up arms to save our union. It’s what led patriots in each generation to sacrifice their own lives to secure the life of our nation, from the trenches of World War I to the battles of World War II, from Inchon and Khe Sanh, from Mosul to Marjah.That commitment – that willingness to lay down their lives so we might inherit the blessings of this nation – is what we honor today. But on this Memorial Day, as on every day, we are called to honor their ultimate sacrifice with more than words. We are called to honor them with deeds.We are called to honor them by doing our part for the loved ones our fallen heroes have left behind and looking after our military families. By making sure the men and women serving this country around the world have the support they need to achieve their missions and come home safely. By making sure veterans have the care and assistance they need. In short, by serving all those who have ever worn the uniform of this country – and their families – as well as they have served us.On April 25, 1866, about a year after the Civil War ended, a group of women visited a cemetery in Columbus, Mississippi, to place flowers by the graves of Confederate soldiers who had fallen at Shiloh. As they did, they noticed other graves nearby, belonging to Union dead. But no one had come to visit those graves, or place a flower there. So they decided to lay a few stems for those men too, in recognition not of a fallen Confederate or a fallen Union soldier, but a fallen American.A few years later, an organization of Civil War veterans established what became Memorial Day, selecting a date that coincided with the time when flowers were in bloom. So this weekend, as we commemorate Memorial Day, I ask you to hold all our fallen heroes in your hearts, and if you can, to lay a flower where they have come to rest.201005/104994

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