时间:2019年01月18日 01:17:58

亚洲旅行游记 --19 :58: 来源: 亚洲旅行游记One thing I've learned during my travels across Asia is to trust my taste buds. Places can have all the majestic scenery and unique attractions they want, but if they don't have a single dish that I can become obsessed with during my stay, then it's not me. Harbin, with its glorious sausage, Russian-style steaks and ice cream, has certainly earned a place in my stomach's hall of fame. During a recent visit, I enjoyed a variety of restaurants and eateries, and found I was loosening my belt in each one. Ouluobaxi Canting, which loosely translates as "Western European-style Restaurant", is one of many offering a fusion of Russian and Chinese cuisines, many of which I was trying the first time. A pear-shaped sorbet starters, Harbin sausage wrapped in bacon one of the main courses, and something I can best describe as egg-battered fish (give the descriptions; I'm more of an eater than a reviewer). I was also taken by the city's habit of delivering three rounds of dessert: Cheesecake, fruit and a traditional variety of ice cream. At the airport, parting was such sweet sorrow - especially as my carry-on luggage was stuffed with as much Harbin sausage as I could carry. Perhaps it is also why my colleagues were so unusually glad to see me back in the office. 亚洲旅行游记

My Headteacher 我的班主任 -- :39:59 来源: My Headteacher 我的班主任   me, my favorite teacher is our headteacher, Mr Huang. He is a young man and looks very handsome. He is helpful and friendly.  He often tells us how to be a real person and how to get on with others. He treats us as his own younger brothers and sisters. He is always y to help us when we are in trouble.  We all like him.  对我来说,我最喜欢的老师是班主任黄老师他是一个年轻人,长得很英俊他乐于助人又很友好  他总是告诉我们怎样做一个真正的人,怎样与别人相处他把我们看做他的小弟弟,当我们有困难的时候,他总是愿意帮助我们  我们都很喜欢他

西安大雁塔景点英文介绍 大雁塔英文导游词 -- :: 来源: 西安大雁塔景点英文介绍 大雁塔英文导游词大雁塔是西安的标志性建筑之一,它保存完好,是我国佛教名塔之一大雁塔位于西安郊区南部,距西安市区000米 As the symbol of the old-line Xian, Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a well-preserved ancient building and a holy place Buddhists. It is located in the southern suburb of Xian City, about kilometers (.9 miles) from the downtown of the city. Standing in the Da Ci'en Temple complex, it attracts numerous visitors its fame in the Buddhist religion, its simple but appealing style of construction, and its new square in front of the temple. It is rated as a National Key Cultural Relic Preserve as well as an AAAA Tourist Attraction.  This attraction can be divided into three parts: the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the Da Ci'en Temple, and the North Square of Big Wild Goose Pagoda.  Big Wild Goose PagodaOriginally built in 65 during the reign of Emperor Gaozong of the Tang Dynasty (618-9), it functioned to collect Buddhist materials that were taken from India by the hierarch Xuanzang.  Xuanzang started off from Chang'an (the ancient Xian), along the Silk Road and through deserts, finally arriving in India, the cradle of Buddhism. Enduring years and traversing 0 countries, he obtained Buddha figures, 657 kinds of sutras, and several Buddha relics. Having gotten the permission of Emperor Gaozong (6-683), Xuanzang, as the first abbot of Da Ci'en Temple, supervised the building of a pagoda inside it. With the support of royalty, he asked 50 hierarchs into the temple to translate Sanskrit in sutras into Chinese, totaling 1,335 volumes, which heralded a new era in the history of translation. Based on the journey to India, he also wrote a book entitled 'Pilgrimage to the West' in the Tang Dynasty, to which scholars attached great importance.  First built to a height of 60 meters (197 feet) with five stories, it is now 6.5 meters (.6 feet) high with an additional two stories. It was said that after that addition came the saying-'Saving a life exceeds building a seven-storied pagoda'. Externally it looks like a square cone, simple but grand and it is a masterpiece of Buddhist construction. Built of brick, its structure is very firm. Inside the pagoda, stairs twist up so that visitors can climb and overlook the panorama of Xian City from the arch-shaped doors on four sides of each storey. On the walls are engraved fine statues of Buddha by the renowned artist Yan Liben of the Tang Dynasty. Steles by noted calligraphers also grace the pagoda.  As the reason why it is called Big Wild Goose Pagoda, there is a legend. According to ancient stories of Buddhists, there were two branches, one of which eating meat was not a taboo. One day, they couldn't find meat to buy. Upon seeing a group of big wild geese flying by, a monk said to himself: 'Today we have no meat. I hope the merciful Bodhisattva will give us some.' At that very moment, the leading wild goose broke its wings and fell to the ground. All the monks were startled and believed that Bodhisattva showed his spirit to order them to be more pious. They established a pagoda where the wild goose fell and stopped eating meat. Hence it got the name 'Big Wild Goose Pagoda'.  Da Ci'en Temple  Da Ci'en Temple is the home of Big Wild Goose Pagoda. In 68, to commemorate the dead virtuous queen, royalty ordered the building of a temple named 'Ci'en' (Mercy and Kindness), which the status and scale far exceeded all others. Today, with an area of 3,3 square meters (38,68.5 square yards), one seventh of the original area, it still retains its grandeur.  Bee the temple, there stands a statue of hierarch Xuanzang, the meritorious hierarch. Walking on and across a small bridge, visitors will see the gates of the temple. With guarding lions, the temple seems stately lions were said to function as talismans.  Entering the temple you will see two buildings-Bell Tower in the east and Drum Tower in the west. Inside the Bell Tower hangs an iron bell tons (.76 gross tons) in weight. It was molded in 8 in the Ming Dynasty (68-). Along the central axis are arranged the Hall of Mahavira, Sermon Hall, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, and the Hall of Xuanzang Sanzang. In the Hall of Mahavira are three carved statues of Sakyamuni, and 18 arhats as well as Xuanzang. The Sermon Hall is where Buddhist disciples would listen to a sermon. A bronze statue of Amitabha is dedicated and a Buddha statue is collected by Xuanzang as oblation. The Hall of Xuanzang Sanzang is north of Big Wild Goose Pagoda. In this hall are Xuanzang's relic and a bronze statue of a seated Xuanzang. The inner wall is chiseled with murals depicting this hierarch's story. Renowned as the contemporary Dunhuang Buddhist storehouse praised by UNESCO, it is the biggest memorial of Xuanzang.  North Square of Big Wild Goose Pagoda  Surrounding Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the scenery is also quite charming, especially the square north of the Da Ci'en Temple. Covering about 1,000 square meters (63 square yards) plus ,000 square meters (39.6 square yards) of water area, it holds many records: in Asia, it is the biggest Tang-culture square, the biggest fountain and waterscape square, and the largest-scale sculptures area. In the world, it has the most benches, the longest light-belt, and the largest-scale acoustic complex.  The entire square is composed of waterscape fountains, a cultural square, gardens and tourist paths. There you can taste real Chinese culture and traditions and fully enjoy the truly attractive views. With reliefs on the theme of the prosperous Tang Dynasty, 0-meter-long (656-foot-long) sculpture groups, 8 groups of sculpted figures, 0 relievos on the land, and styles of musical fountains, it has become a must-see when you visit Big Wild Goose Pagoda. 大雁塔英文导游词

My Day-我的一天 -- ::9 来源: My Day-我的一天  I am a girl of e.even, and my name is Duan Yankun. Now I study in Class 5 Grade 5 of Xinjianlu Primary School. I live in a tall building near my school. There are twenty floors in the building, and I live on the eighth floor.  I study hard. Every morning I go to school early on foot. The classes begin at eight, but I often get to school at half past seven. There are yt-five minutes a class. When the fourth class is over, I walk home. After lunch I have a little rest with my mother.  In the afternoon I often play games with my classmates bee class begins. We have two classes in the afternoon.  Afterdoing my homework in the evening, I watch TV. I go to bed at about ten.我是一名岁的女孩,我叫段妍堃我在新建路小学五年级五班学习我住在学校附近的一座高层楼上那座楼有二十层,我住在第八层我学习很努力每天早晨我早早地就去步行上学我们八点上课,可是我经常七点半到校每节课上5分钟第四节下课后,我走回家午饭后,我和妈妈休息一会儿下午上课前我经常和同学们玩游戏我们下午上两节课晚上做完作业后看电视我大约十点睡觉

我的乌龟(My turtles) -- :: 来源: 我的乌龟(My turtles)  When I was two years old , my father bought two little turtles me. I was very happy . Now they are eight years old. Their names are Apple and Watermelon.  Look at them , they have small eyes and beautiful shells .They also have small tails. They live in the balcony .They like to eat small living fishes. So every Sunday I buy a lot small living fishes them. They play and walk together every day. Collected By izuowen.com  My turtles are lovely and clever. I love them. They are my good friends ever! Do you like them? I think you like them too. Welcome to my home to play with them.

小学英语作文:我想当一名老师 My Dream --9 :55:39 来源: 小学英语作文:我想当一名老师 My DreamIf i'm asked what my dream is,i will say " A teacher "without any thinking.In my mind,teaching is the most significative job in the world.I will do my best to develope my students into the people who are useful to the society.If someone ask what i can get from teaching.I will tell him "happiness".Teaching itself is a happy job.如果有人问我,我的理想是什么,我会不假思索地告诉他,是当老师在我心中,老师是世界上最有意义的工作我将尽我最大的努力把我的学生培养成对社会有用的人如果有人我能从教学中得到什么,我会告诉他,是快乐教学本身就是一件快乐的工作

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