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    tv programs
  • (tv program) television program: a program broadcast by television





    internet
  • A global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standardized communication protocols

  • (The Internets) "Internets" is a Bushism-turned-catchphrase used humorously to portray the speaker as ignorant about the Internet or about technology in general, or as having a provincial or folksy attitude toward technology. Former United States President George W.

  • a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange

  • The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP) to serve billions of users worldwide.





    on the
  • left side of the screen you can see different product categories. When you click on one of them the products contained in it will be displayed on the right side of the screen and you can scroll down the page to see all the products.

  • South Kona coast, Pu‘uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park encompasses an ancient Hawaiian area that contains royal grounds and heiau as well as a pu‘uhonua (place of refuge).  The ancient heiau and pu‘uhonua have now been reconstructed, along with carved images of ancient gods (ki‘i).

  • Standard Work Combination Sheet, automatic machine cycle time is shown with a dashed line to indicate that the machine is running on its own.





    watch
  • Keep under careful or protective observation

  • Secretly follow or spy on

  • a small portable timepiece

  • a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty

  • Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time

  • look attentively; "watch a basketball game"











They became a hot topic on Internet chat rooms and forums. Chinese netizens found that one woman leading the militia unit was the Miss Etiquette of the Beijing Olympics, and another a model for foreig




They became a hot topic on Internet chat rooms and forums. Chinese netizens found that one woman leading the militia unit was the Miss Etiquette of the Beijing Olympics, and another a model for foreig





At the National Day parade in Beijing on Oct. 1, while Western analysts were trying to spot what new weapons were on display, most of the TV audience were watching the female militia in the bright red mini skirts. But the militia were not really militia, just some pretty young women recruited to make a false impression.

They became a hot topic on Internet chat rooms and forums. Chinese netizens found that one woman leading the militia unit was the Miss Etiquette of the Beijing Olympics, and another a model for foreign carmakers.

Yet this is only part of the story. Since there had never existed female militia units, all of the members of this marching unit were recruited from the Chaoyang District, Beijing, and started training for this parade at the end of last December. It can be certain that none of them had ever fired a gun. After the parade, they will go back to civilian life. The red miniskirts they wore were designed specifically for the parade; they were not real militia uniforms at all.

A similar situation also occurred within the unit of female soldiers. The two women leading the female soldiers were civilians specifically recruited for this parade. After they were selected as the members of that unit, the army immediately prepared the necessary documents to enlist them in the army. Before they were selected for the parade, they were not even women in the military service.

These stories about the young women in the parade were widely reported and retold by Chinese official newspapers and numerous websites. But the reporting on these elaborate lies was complementary, not critical. In today’s China, lying has become part of a way of life.

How Edison Saved His Mother
One week before the parade, a Chinese teacher in Hangzhou City named Guo Chuyang made a list of “problem articles” in elementary textbooks. He divided the problems into four categories. The first one is “not in accordance with history and common sense.” One of the stories in this category is “How Edison Saved His Mother.”

As the story goes, when Thomas Edison was a young boy, his mother had her appendix removed surgically. At that time, since electric lights had not yet been invented, the operation had to be performed by candlelight. Under such weak lighting, the surgery could be a danger to the patient. Young Edison used a mirror to reflect the light to help the doctors finish the surgery, and thus saved his mother.

Mr. Guo searched every article and book about Edison that he could find and couldn't find any trace of such thing ever having happened. Besides, at that time, such surgery had never been performed. Thomas Edison was born in 1847, while the first appendix operation took place in 1887.

Marx in the Reading Room
In the textbooks I read in elementary school in China, a story was told about how, when Karl Marx was in London, he spent most of his time in the reading room of the British Museum. Year by year, since he sat in the same chair for so long, his feet wore a hole in the floor.

I don't know how many students had doubts about this story. I know I didn't. Many years later, I read a story told by a Chinese man who studied in the U.K. Upon first arriving in London, he went to the British Museum to see the seat where Marx supposedly sat.

The librarian told him that such thing couldn't have happened since the British Museum has never reserved a seat for anyone. Besides, if the floor had been damaged, it would have been repaired immediately. The librarian also told him that many Chinese, and only Chinese, came to the library with the same request. They were all stunned and disappointed to learn the truth.

Many years later, I realized that common sense alone could expose such a tall tale, without a visit to the library being needed. Assume that Karl Marx had a reserved seat in the reading room and the floor was not repaired during that period, and a hole was worn in the floor under his seat, what happened to the floor under the other seats? Even though people changed every day in the other seats, the effects should be the same as the one person sitting continuously in the same seat. The result—every seat should have a hole under it!

Another story is about Lenin, the founder of the Soviet Union. It said that when Lenin was a kid, he once accidentally broke a beautiful vase at his aunt's home. Nobody saw it. After being told a story by his mother about how an honest and brave young boy admitted his mistake, Lenin went to his aunt and admitted that it was he who broke the vase. Of course, no one can tell if this is a true story, and it could have simply been made up by Chinese textbook writers and editors.

Demonizing Opponents
Both tall tales have an obvious purpose. The communist movement is one of the two major disasters in the twentieth century and is responsible for at least 100 million deaths, according to "The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression." Presenting a positive image of those w











Smart TV All About Content – Samsung to Team up with Local Leading Content Provider




Smart TV All About Content – Samsung to Team up with Local Leading Content Provider





As streaming Internet content is emerging as a key to success in smart TV business, a slew of companies scramble for securing differentiated content available through their connected TV sets.

Now, Samsung Electronics, a global leader in smart TV market, is to team up with CJ Hello Vision, a leading content provider and front-runner in N screen service to provide a wide variety of content enjoyable on smart TV platform.

Samsung Electronics and CJ Hello Vision inked a partnership agreement aimed at expanding premium content for Samsung Smart TV. For starters, Samsung plans to launch TV application let users watch one of Korea's most watched popular content: "tving" service. “tving” is Korea’s first N Screen-oriented content service available across just about any digital device, like smartphone, tablet PC and users can have a wide variety of content which include 15,000 movies and VOD titles.

N Screen allows you to watch content seamlessly on different devices such as smartphones, PCs and televisions. Users, for instance, can start a movie at home on their main television and then, if they need to leave, can continue watching it on their smartphone exactly where they left off. N-Screen is based on cloud computing technology, which involves storing data and software on a remote server rather than on a specific device.

Meanwhile, the two companies plan to tap a growing popularity of Korean popular culture and related television programs such as the Superstar K and Korea got Talent -- a South Koran television talent show series which enjoy a increasingly huge popularity both overseas and local. Samsung's smart TV will offer such intriguing content as "behind story" or off-the-record news regarding the popular programs.

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