2015 Section IV Writing
In order to improve the environmental awareness of high school students,the university is going host a nature education summer camp for high school students from 14 July to 28 July on Sheshan Mountain, Shanghai.
In the camp, students will be led by teachers in field trip to learn about plants, birds and local animals living on the mountain, work in teams to investigate on the local environmental status and hold workshops to find solutions to the environmental issues.
Volunteers are needed to prepare and help organize the summer camp. If you are interested in nature education and are willing to contribute to it, please send your resume to the administration office. Look forward to your participation!
1 July, 2014
The chart shows that among the total expenditure of citizens during the Spring Festival, New Year’s gifts account for 40% total, the highest percentage, while transportation, meals for reunion and others take up 20% respectively.
In Spring Festival, the most important festival in China, people usually use their annual saving generously for family and friends.The chart reflects several deep-embedded traditions that have been inherited for thousands of years in Chinese culture. Firstly, Chinese people attach great importance to inter-personal relationships. Visiting, exchanging gifts and meals together are ways to tighten ties with each other. That's why new year's gifts, transportation and meals for get-together are the top
three expenditure in Spring Festival. Secondly exchanging gifts with each other is a very Chinese-characteristic way to show care to each other in China, New year's gift take up 40% of the total expenditure.
To sum up, the sustained traditions of Spring Festival can be seen from the expenditure mix of Chinese people. Anyway, it reflects people's wish to eat, play and be merry, but in an unique Chinese way.