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I didnt really get instruction until I was a junior in high school. First, I just loved the game and I let my skills develop. So I believe in learning late, playing early but learning late.直到我初中才接受真正的篮球指导。首先,我很喜欢这种竞技运动,这样我的技能得到培养。所以我相信学的晚,不如玩的早。Michaels love of the game was born in his hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina, during long afternoons on the play grounds. His older brother, Larry, helped Michael hone his game and their epic battles of one-on-one at their backyard hoop.迈克尔出生在他的家乡北卡罗来那,在广场度过很多个下午后。他的哥哥,拉里帮助迈克尔锻炼技巧,史诗般的1对1斗牛就发生在他自家后院的篮筐下。But Michaels first hard lesson would come when he tried out for the varsity team at Laney High.但迈克尔第一个挑战来到,他为大学代表队而努力。When I was a sophomore in high school, like most high school kids, you get all the energy and all the motivation and excitement of making your varsity team, which is a big thing.当在高中的时候我还是一个大二学生,就像很多高中孩子,你把所有的能量和所有的动机都投入到代表队,这是一件很伟大的事情。201201/167301

The African Union has finally recognized Libya's National Transitional Council, dealing another blow to ousted leader Moammar Gadhafi. Some African leaders say the delay in acting on Libya shows the African Union is out of touch.非洲联盟最终承认了全国过渡委员会为利比亚的合法政权,这是被罢黜的领导人卡扎菲受到的又一打击。一些非洲领导人表示,非盟迟迟才承认利比亚新政权表明它与国际社会脱节。The African Union says it is y to support the transitional council as it works to form an inclusive government in Libya. In a statement Tuesday, the alliance called on the interim council to protect all foreign workers in Libya amid reports that some militia have targeted African migrants who they suspect of being pro-Gadhafi mercenaries.非洲联盟称,它准备持利比亚全国过渡委员会组建包容性政府。非洲联盟星期二在一项声明中说,非盟呼吁过渡委员会保护在利比亚的所有外国工作者,有报导称一些民兵针对他们怀疑是效忠卡扎菲的雇佣兵的非洲移民发动攻击。The African Union has been slow to act on Libya. One month ago, the interim council was recognized by most European nations and the ed States along with several prominent African governments including Nigeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, and Ivory Coast.非洲联盟在承认利比亚新政权方面行动迟缓。在一个月前,大多数欧洲国家、美国以及尼日利亚、埃塞俄比亚、塞内加尔和科特迪瓦等几个主要非洲国家就承认了过渡委员会为利比亚的合法政权。Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara says the African Union delay on Libya shows how little influence the alliance has.科特迪瓦总统阿拉萨内·瓦塔拉说,非洲联盟在这个问题上一再拖延,表明该联盟的影响力甚微。"I must confess I am very disappointed with the African Union - the lack of efficiency, the lagging decisions, the fact that the different sub-regions are not well-connected into the decision-making process. And I don't think the [AU] Commission really has any power or responsibility," said Ouattara.瓦塔拉说:“我必须承认,我对非洲联盟感到非常失望--它缺乏效率,迟迟没有作出决定,这些不同的次区域没有建立良好的决策程序。我认为非盟委员会真的没有任何权力或责任。”On Libya, Ouattara says it has been as if the African Union does not know what is going on in the world when all you have to do is watch television to see that the National Transitional Council is in power. The Ivorian president says it is up to regional alliances such as the Economic Community of West African States to improve the larger 54-member group.瓦塔拉总统说,关于利比亚,非洲联盟好像不知道世界上发生了什么事,你只需要看看电视就知道全国过渡委员会已经掌权。科特迪瓦总统还说,要由地区性联盟比如西非国家经济共同体来改革这个更大的、拥有54个成员国的非洲联盟。201109/154868

据朝鲜中央通讯社报道,朝鲜25日成功进行一次地下核试验,目的是加强朝鲜的自卫核遏制能力。安理会联合国安理会25日当天下午就朝鲜核试验问题召开了紧急会议。安理会本月轮值主席、俄罗斯常驻联合国代表丘尔金在会后对记者表示,安理会15个理事国一致认为,朝鲜核试验违反了安理会2006年通过的第1718号决议,对地区和国际安全构成了威胁,安理会对此表示“强烈反对和谴责”。The emergency meeting of the 15-member council lasted less than an hour. Afterwards, diplomats emerged with a united voice saying they opposed and condemned Pyongyang's latest defiance of international law.U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice would not say if the resolution the council will begin drafting would carry new sanctions, but she said it should be strong, with appropriately strong contents."The U.S. thinks this is a grave violation of international law and a threat to regional and international peace and security," said Susan Rice. "And therefore, the ed States will seek a strong resolution with strong measures."France's deputy ambassador, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, said his country believes new sanctions are necessary."The French national position is that this resolution should include new sanctions, in addition to those aly adopted by the Security Council, because this behavior must have a cost and a price to pay," said Jean-Pierre Lacroix.Japan, which has been at the forefront of urging strong council action on North Korea and called for Monday's emergency meeting, said Pyongyang's nuclear test was a serious threat to regional and international peace and security, but also to the authority and prestige of the Security Council. Russia and China have traditionally been North Korea's strongest allies on the council. But Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin, who chairs the council this month, criticized Pyongyang's actions as contrary to U.N. resolutions, the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty."We are one of the founding fathers, Russia is, of those [the NPT and CTBT] documents," said Vitaly Churkin. "So we think they are extremely important in current international relations. So anything which would undermine the regimes of those two treaties is very serious and needs to have a strong response to it."The Chinese government issued a statement saying it resolutely opposes the test.Early Monday, North Korea confirmed it had conducted an underground nuclear test. In 2006, it performed a similar test that resulted in the adoption of a U.N. Security Council resolution sanctioning it.In April, North Korea launched a test rocket that the ed States, Japan and others said was cover for a ballistic missile test. The Security Council condemned that as well, tightening existing sanctions, but not adopting a new resolution. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who is a former South Korean foreign minister, also condemned North Korea's action. In a statement, the U.N. chief "deeply deplored" the underground nuclear test as a "clear and grave violation" of Security Council resolutions and urged Pyongyang to "refrain from taking further actions that would increase tensions in the region." 05/71403

British credit crunch ITN's Ben King reports on the huge credit card debt growing in Britain. Louise Box from Manchester transferred her 1,800-pound debts to a nought per cent interest card with Virgin. Then she bought a 300-pound suit on the new card. She knew she'd be charged interest on that purchase. But then she discovered that she won't be able to clear the interest bearing debt until she's paid off all the interest-free bit which might take a whole year. Result: a rather more expensive suit than she bargained for. I suppose I was a little naive to think that banks wouldn't be acting about the interest, and they would be acting ethically. But I'm just very disappointed that I rang Virgin and their response was there's nothing we can do. This is the way that we operate.Not for long though. The government is proposing to ban companies for making customers pay their low interest debts off first. It's also proposing no increases on credit card limits without prior consent; no raising interest rates for existing credit card debts; and higher minimum payments to accelerate the full repayment of debt. What we find out by talking to consumers is that these are the sorts of things that, that really irritate them. And although these, some of these things have been looked at in the past, it's quite clear that we need to rebalance things now more in favour of the consumer, put the consumer in the driving seat and actually do more to encourage a responsible culture of borrowing and lending. And these are some of the measures that consumers particularly say they welcome.But the industry warns that there may be a price to pay for any attempt to tighten up on our flexible friends. Credit cards need to be flexible. They need to be convenient. We need to make sure that they don't become inconvenient. And if some of these proposals come forward, that could put a cost on credit cards. Credit, the cost of credit is aly expensive through things like fraud, debts, the wholesale cost of credit. And if credit cards become too expensive, they'll only be available to a limited number of people.Whichever proposals become law, Britain's titanic debt burden will take decades to shift. Britain's total credit card debt is nearly 64 billion pounds. That's more than 1,000 pounds for every man, woman, and child in Britain, enough to buy 800 Cristiano Ronaldos, or fund England's NHS for eight months. This mountain of consumer debt is one of the main reasons why Britain's economy is still stuck in recession while France and Germany are aly well on the path to recovery.Glossary:interest bearing debt: 有息负债,公司需要在约定时间向债权人归还本金和利息的负债,包括贷款、公司债、商业票据等短期融资工具。tighten up on sth: to make a rule, law, or system more strictcome forward: to offer help to someone, or offer to do sth11/88798

The.First.EmperorQin Shi Huangdi remains a controversial figure in Chinese history. After unifying China, he and his chief adviser Li Si passed a series of major economic and political reforms. He undertook gigantic projects, including the first version of the Great Wall of China, the now famous city-sized mausoleum guarded by a life-sized Terracotta Army, all at the expense of many lives. To ensure stability, Qin Shi Huang outlawed Confucianism and buried many scholars alive. All books other than those officially decreed were banned and burned in what is known as the great Confucian purge. Despite the tyranny of his autocratic rule, Qin Shi Huang is regarded as a pivotal figure....07/77588

奥巴马19日在弗吉尼亚州费尔法克斯市乔治·梅森大学发表时长20分钟的演讲,为推动众议院通过医改法案争取公众持。 Obama rallies for health care reformUS President, Barack Obama, has been at Capitol Hill for a final push on health care reform as Democrats in the House of Representatives try to nail down the votes needed to pass the overhaul. The roll call is scheduled for Sunday. Seizing the opportunity, Obama reiterated his appeal Let's get it done. The political battle over health care reform has consumed the US Congress for more than 9 months. The overhaul has also become President Obama's top domestic priority. 201003/99322

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