据广东省卫健委消息,4月25日0-24时,全省无新增境外输入确诊病例。累计报告境外输入病例192例。新增境内确诊病例1例,为广州报告境外输入关联,通过社区排查发现,为无症状感染者转确诊病例。

  截至4月25日24时,全省累计报告新冠肺炎确诊病例1586例,累计出院1542例,累计死亡8例。

  新增出院8例。在院36例(其中境外输入病例17例)中,轻型6例,普通型27例,重型1例,危重型2例。

  新增无症状感染者2例,为广州报告,其中,境外输入关联1例,通过密接排查发现;湖北输入1例,通过社区排查发现。

  文章来源:https://tech.sina.com.cn/roll/2020-04-26/doc-iirczymi8360055.shtml

  原标题:【我们在现场·两会Vlog】今年,他们更拼!

  往年,全国两会期间,在人民大会堂东门外广场上,记者非常多,大家长枪短炮、架高拍摄,围着代表委员提问。

  今年,因为疫情防控需要,在东门外广场上排队的记者数量明显减少,也见不到往年那样围追堵截代表委员采访的画面了。但这并没有影响大家对两会报道的热情,时常可以看到一个记者身上挂好几件设备忙碌的场景,大家都身兼数职,各个变身全媒体记者。

  在全国两会的报道上,记者们一直都很拼。今年,他们更拼了。

  两会来了,我们在现场!

  责任编辑:

  文章来源:http://www.sohu.com/a/397040564_115402

  问政于民、问需于民、问计于民。从4月29日至5月17日,2020年人民网全国两会调查共吸引458万人次参与,网民参与度再创新高。

  作为每年全国两会召开前的预热报道,人民网两会调查已连续推出19年。今年共设置了20个候选热词。经过网友投票,正风反腐、依法治国、社会保障位居前三。作为此次调查新增热词,“国家安全”排名第四;第五位到第十位依次是人民军队、全面小康、社会治理、教育现代化、脱贫攻坚、健康中国。(点击进入:2020年人民网全国两会调查)

  “正风反腐”蝉联热词榜榜首

  近三年来,“正风反腐”持续位居热词榜榜首。

  过去一年来,以习近平同志为核心的党中央以彻底的自我革命精神推进全面从严治党,各地区各部门持续发力抓好中央八项规定及其实施细则精神贯彻落实,推动党风政风和社会风气持续好转。反腐败工作成果“扫黑除恶,打击‘保护伞’”“整治形式主义、官僚主义问题”“开展追逃追赃‘天网行动’”等均获得网民高度认可。

  党的作风建设是永不褪色的政治情怀。各地区各部门严格贯彻落实中央八项规定精神,深入开展集中整治专项整治,成效显著。网友普遍认为,“公款吃喝”等违反八项规定精神问题、“不作为、慢作为、假作为、乱作为”等官僚主义现象明显减少。

  谈及2020年正风反腐工作的重点,网友表示,希望加大对违纪违法案件查处力度,期待建立加强网上举报制度建设,呼吁整治民生领域的“微腐败”。调查可见,努力营造风清气正的良好政治生态,是民意所指,民心所向。

  全面依法治国:民法典草案中,网民高度关注物权编草案

  改革开放以来,特别是党的十八大以来,社会主义法治建设不断迈上新台阶,为国家富强、民族振兴、人民幸福提供了有力法治保障,展现出巨大优越性。查处涉黑涉恶腐败案件、深入治理电信网络诈骗、强力打击非法集资等金融犯罪……调查显示,这些都是广大网民在过去一年关注的法治话题。

  2019年12月,《中华人民共和国民法典(草案)》首次整体亮相。在各分编草案中,网民关注度排名前三的分别是“物权编草案”“合同编草案”“侵权责任编草案”。

  针对当前依法治国的工作重点,网民纷纷表达态度——24%的网民选择“严格执法”,18%的网民提出要“加强舆论监督”,另有18%的网民选择“强化惩治力度”。同时,网友留言表示期待完善法律法规制度建设、提升法律人员素质等等。

  社会保障热度不减 养老话题持续升温

  一直以来,“社会保障”都是两会调查期间备受关注的议题。习近平总书记在党的十九大报告中指出,保障和改善民生要“在幼有所育、学有所教、劳有所得、病有所医、老有所养、住有所居、弱有所扶上不断取得新进展”,为社会保障制度改革定调。

  随着中国老龄化问题日益凸显,养老、看病等话题持续升温。根据调查,“病有所医”“老有所养”成为网民最希望改善的民生领域。过去一年中,“《国家积极应对人口老龄化中长期规划》发布”成为人们最关心的社会保障相关议题。除此之外,国家医疗保障标准化建设全面启动、国务院办公厅发布《关于推进养老服务发展的意见》等话题同样热议不断。

  展望未来,网民希望“社保待遇不断提升”“加快推进养老保险全国统筹”“深化医疗养老等民生服务领域市场化改革”等等。通过调查可以看到,加强顶层设计,努力探索应对人口老龄化的“中国经验”,是网民的衷心期待。

  文章来源:http://www.dzwww.com/xinwen/guoneixinwen/202005/t20200519_5847350.htm

传网易二次上市 最早下半年发行股票

  大多数炒股的人都是会关注到不同股票的上市和股票涨跌的,当然这新发行的股票更是会受到投资者们的留意的。其中网易是大家熟知的公司之一了,近日就有消息称传网易二次上市,具体是怎么样的呢?

  网易上市消息网易上市消息

  网易是中国领先的互联网技术公司,为用户提供免费邮箱、游戏、搜索引擎服务,网易公司在开发互联网应用、服务及其它技术方面,始终保持中国业界领先地位。那么传网易已申请在香港二次上市,最早下半年发行股票,我们一起来看看!

  网易赴港2次上市

  据最新的消息了解到,网易成立于1997年,2000年网易在美国纳斯达克上市,按照5月4日收盘时的股价计算,网易总市值425.6亿美元。而网易二次上市之所以引发多次关注,知情人士透露,网易已经与顾问进行了初步沟通,股票发行最快可能在今年下半年进行。由于相关信息不公开,知情人士要求匿名。

  值得注意的是,网易的一位代表拒绝置评,而另据IFR报道,网易可能考虑通过在港上市最多筹资20亿美元。网易据悉已选定中金公司、瑞士信贷和摩根大通负责香港上市事宜。

  文章来源:https://stock.gucheng.com/202005/3897907.shtml

谁是接班人?“520”后蔡英文的棘手难题

  蔡英文“520”就职典礼结束后,即将返民进党中央交接党主席,集“政权”、党权于一身;“班师回朝”接下党主席后,未来四年,“谁来接班”才是蔡主席最棘手的大问题。

  1

  解决派系问题 不是难事

  民进党内人士分析,上一届民进党中常委选举,蔡英文人气没有这次高,却也能以台湾地区领导人及党主席双重身份,透过当时党秘书长洪耀福,还能把中常委“乔”到创下民进党有史以来首次同额竞选、各派系人人有奖。

  这次蔡英文气势更旺,民进党党中央,将不再是“卓荣泰时代”的党中央,党秘书长换上她倚重的“双耀”之一的林锡耀,林手握尚方宝剑处理派系问题,又有何难?

  2

  只要蔡愿管 谁敢不买账

  外界认为,蔡英文接下民进党主席后,首要面对的就是5月24日党部主委等党职改选、党代会中执、常委选举,还有“独派”频频施压的“赦扁”问题。

  民进党内人士指出,蔡英文握有党权又有行政权,挟着8百万票“光荣班师回朝”,只要她想处理派系问题,谁不买账?例如“英系”再不喜欢苏贞昌,其他派系再不喜欢苏嘉全,但小英考虑派系平衡,要让谁当就让谁当,谁敢吭声?所以未来党职选举,蔡只要愿意管,没有处理不了的事。

  3

  想“永续执政” 先“定于一尊”

  民进党内人士表示,反倒是后蔡英文时代,不再连任台湾地区领导人的蔡英文就要开始面对接班问题;光是“新潮流”就有郑文灿及赖清德,“正国会”有林佳龙,还有“败部复活组”的“大小S”苏贞昌及苏嘉全,台湾地区领导人接班人不是只有单纯派系考虑,而是放眼整个民进党“永续执政”。

  党政人士表示,当年陈水扁要卸任前也是遇到“四大天王”之争,除了扁自己涉案,谢长廷与苏贞昌的“谢苏配”堪称“史上最同床异梦”的正副台湾地区领导人候选人组合,民进党最后丢了“政权”,失去“半壁江山”。所以,如何摆平党内天王“定于一尊”,让接班人顺利产生,才是蔡英文未来4年最大考验。

  特别声明:以上内容(如有图片或视频亦包括在内)为自媒体平台“网易号”用户上传并发布,本平台仅提供信息存储服务。

  文章来源:https://3g.163.com/news/article/FCT94LPT0537A5Y9.html

中国57岁驻以大使杜伟去世 针对“自然死亡”说法以大使馆表示暂无法确认相关报道

  2020-05-18 14:40:51

  【中国57岁驻以大使杜伟去世针对“自然死亡”说法以大使馆表示暂无法确认相关报道 】以色列《耶路撒冷邮报》、《以色列时报》等多家媒体刚刚消息称,以色列外交部官员证实,中国驻以大使杜伟于当地时间17日早晨被发现死在其位于特拉维夫郊区赫兹利亚的官邸中。目前暂未看到中国驻以色列大使馆证实此事。

  报道称,警察目前正在就死因进行调查。

  报道还称,中国驻以色列大使馆表示目前暂无法确认相关报道。

  另据路透社报道,以色列12频道电视台援引身份未经证实的多名现场紧急医务官说法称,中国大使是在睡梦中因自然原因去世。

  

  《耶路撒冷邮报》还援引以色列陆军广播电台(Army Radio)报道称,现场无暴力迹象,调查人员认为杜伟是因心脏病去世。《耶路撒冷邮报》称,以色列外交部已就中国大使突然去世向中方表示哀悼。

  中国驻以色列大使馆官网显示,杜伟现年57岁,自2020年2月起任中国驻以色列国特命全权大使。

  责任编辑:张丹洁

  文章来源:http://henan.china.com.cn/health/2020-05/18/content_41155459.htm

意大利单日新增死亡病例降至疫情爆发后最低

  据俄罗斯卫星通讯社sputniknews报道,根据意大利民防组织发布的最新消息,意大利过去24小时新增死亡病例145例,是从3月9日爆发疫情以后最低,累计死亡病例31908例。

  3月9日单日增加死亡病例97例,3月8日133例。

  包括死亡病例和治愈病例在内,至今意大利累计确诊病例225435例。5月17日新增675例。这是最低的增长指数。

  意大利过去24小时新增出院病例2366例,累计治愈125176例。

  目前现存确诊病例68351例,过去24小时减少1836例。5月16日报告感染者人数减少1883人。

  3月11日,世界卫生组织宣布新冠状病毒COVID-19全球爆发。据世界卫生组织的最新数据显示,全世界确诊440万例感染病例,超过30.2万人死亡。

  文章来源:http://cn.dailyeconomic.com/business/2020/05/19/19706.html

最新!江门新增确诊1例,累计确诊22例!患者家人从武汉回来,同车5人均确诊!

  江门第22例确诊病例来自恩平

  患者小女婿从武汉来 同车厢5人确诊

  2月13日上午,省卫健委公布江门新增1例新冠肺炎确诊病例,这是恩平首例确诊病例。至此,江门已有22例确诊病例,其中第3例、第4例已治愈出院。江门市新型冠状病毒感染的肺炎防控指挥部已部署对患者接触人员进行排查,排查显示,新增病例的小女婿在武汉工作,他坐火车来广州的同一个车厢已有5人确诊。

  患者吴某,女,57岁,平时在广州从事保姆工作,恩平家地址为恩城街道凤山社区凤山路。

  患者称其自去年6月起在广州天河区做家政保姆,每天负责买菜、煮饭、搞卫生和照顾雇主80多岁的老父亲,大约每隔一天到大厦一楼的肉菜档或到附近的市场买菜,其余时间无外出。雇主平时住在佛山,每周末会和哥嫂探望老父亲。雇主称其一家人和亲戚朋友均没有14日湖北等疫源地或人员接触史。

  1月22日12时,患者从广州市天河区富源大厦出发,坐地铁到广州滘口车站,15时5分坐大巴(粤J49507,座位1号,全车46人)返回恩平。患者17时40分在车上晕车呕吐,于18时30分在飞腾宾馆门口下车(患者上车时有佩戴口罩,后因呕吐无佩戴口罩)。下车后乘坐其丈夫李某的摩托车回家,当天无外出。

  1月23日8时17分至10时,患者独自前往凤山市场买菜(全程无戴口罩)。13时34分,与其小女儿李某、外孙子李某共同乘坐滴滴快车(粤J99D51)前往御景湾路段年宵花市买花,后于14时50分租乘吴某驾驶的三轮摩托车回家(患者一行三人均未戴口罩),之后无外出。

  1月24日,患者居家无外出。

  1月25日12时10分,患者乘坐其丈夫的摩托车到河南邮政银行办理业务,期间大堂经理岑某无戴口罩与他们进行近一小时的面对面产品推销。13时40分在该行窗口办理业务,13时56分乘坐其丈夫的摩托车直接回家(全程未戴口罩)。当晚18时与其丈夫在南堤西路侨中路段长堤散步,18时06分因下雨便归家,之后无外出。

  1月25日至27日,患者自述曾经到凤山路市场附近百灵东街五巷黄某的玩具店和百灵东街六巷李某的小卖店逗留(均有戴口罩)。

  1月28日,患者居家无外出。

  1月29日8时至9时,患者步行到凤山市场买菜,曾在百灵东街某小卖部门口与店主李某隔门聊天(两人均戴口罩)。

  1月30日至2月1日,患者居家无外出。

  2月2日14时30分至15时17分,患者自行到南堤西路华侨中学至五邑中医院恩平分院路段长堤边散步,期间到五邑中医院恩平分院逗留20分钟(全程戴口罩)。其他时间居家无外出。

  2月3日9时30分至10时30分,患者因胃痛乘坐其丈夫驾驶的摩托车到五邑中医院恩平分院就诊,患者全程戴口罩。其他时间居家无外出。

  2月4日,患者上午曾步行前往凤山市场买菜(全程戴口罩),其他时间居家无外出。

  2月5日、6日,患者居家无外出。

  2月7日9时至11时,患者乘坐丈夫驾驶的摩托车到恩平市人民医院一楼内科就诊看胃病(全程戴口罩),其他时间居家无外出。

  2月8日、9日,患者居家无外出。

  2月10日9时13分至11时26分,患者因身体不适乘坐其丈夫的摩托车前往五邑中医院恩平分院就诊。期间做过CT检查,体温正常。下午13时35分该院接诊医生通知患者再次复诊,体温测量38摄氏度,为进一步诊疗,经市医疗救治小组专家会诊,于当日14时35分收治于恩平市人民医院感染科隔离治疗(患者全程戴口罩)。

  2月11日23时30分,患者被转送到江门市中心医院住院隔离治疗。

  据查,患者的小女婿聂某,在湖北省武汉市工作。1月23日0时许,聂某从武汉乘火车(T95,5车40号,该车厢现确诊5例新冠肺炎患者)出发,6时20分到达广州火车站,于7时在省站坐大巴车(粤AL3287,全车共25名乘客,聂某座位号为25号)返回恩平,9时32分到达恩平市汽车总站。9时35分从恩平汽车总站步行回家,途中无停留,当天上午在家无外出。聂某自述其从武汉市到恩平市期间一直戴口罩。

  聂某回恩平后与患者同屋隔层居住,1月23日至27日,期间多次短暂外出在家附近买烟等物品(均未戴口罩)。2月4日,江南社区卫生服务中心上门为聂某采集咽拭子,检测结果为新冠病毒核酸阴性。2月10日15时35分,聂某与妻子步行至五邑中医院恩平分院中医楼急诊室咨询、问诊,后原路步行回家。聂某其他时间均在家中,至今一直无发热、咳嗽等不适症状。

  患者在恩平家中一直与丈夫、小女儿、小女婿、外孙子同住,共同生活在二楼,小女婿聂某23日回家后住三楼自行隔离,一家五口这段时间内在一楼共同用餐。期间家里人有时戴口罩,否认有其他亲友来家中探访。

  经走访调查得知,目前暂时判定患者密切接触者4人,分别为患者的丈夫、小女儿、小女婿和外孙子。患者的小女婿现已在恩平市人民医院内三科住院隔离医学观察,患者的丈夫、小女儿和外孙子已安排在恩平某酒店集中隔离医学观察,目前以上人员均未出现发热、咳嗽等症状。

  当前,新冠肺炎疫情防控工作正处于关键时期。为坚决打赢这场疫情防控阻击战,切实保障人民群众生命安全和身体健康,根据《中华人民共和国传染病防治法》《中华人民共和国突发事件应对法》等法律规定和广东省重大突发公共卫生事件一级响应的要求,江门市新型冠状病毒感染的肺炎疫情防控指挥部已发布《关于实行疫情管控“九个从严”措施的通告》,体温高于37.3摄氏度一律送医检查,外地人员到江门1小时内要申报,出现确诊病例整栋楼隔离14天,社区小区自然村封闭式管理,疫区住户返回江门房东1小时内报告,快递外卖戴口罩实行无接触配送,“红事”一律停办“白事”一律从简,复工必须“四到位”严格落实“八个一”,每户两天指派1人外出采购。恳请广大市民严格遵守,近期尽量不要出门,避免到人员密集场所,若必须外出一定要佩戴口罩,有异常一定要及时就医。请广大市民提高警惕,一旦发现疫情,请第一时间联系卫生健康部门跟进处理。

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奥巴马2020线上毕业演讲全文一览 虚拟毕业典礼演讲引关注(2)

  Hi, everybody. Congratulations to HBCU class of 2020. Michelle and I are so proud of you.

  Graduating from college is a big achievement under any circumstances. And so many of you overcame a lot to get here. You navigated challenging classes, and challenges outside the classroom. Many of you had to stretch to afford tuition. And some of you are the first in your families to reach this milestone.

  So even if half of this semester was spent at Zoom University, you’ve earned this moment. You should be very proud. Everybody who supported you along the way is proud of you – parents, grandparents, professors, mentors, aunties, uncles, brothers, sisters, cousins, second cousins, and cousins who you aren’t even sure are cousins. Show them some gratitude today.

  Now look, I know this isn’t the commencement any of you really imagined. Because while our HBCUs are mostly known for an education rooted in academic rigor, community, and higher purpose – they also know how to turn up. Nobody shines quite like a senior on the yard in springtime. Springfest at schools like Howard and Morehouse is the time when you get to strut your stuff a little bit. And I know that in normal times, rivals like Grambling and Southern, Jackson State and Tennessee State, might raise some eyebrows at sharing a graduation ceremony.

  But these aren’t normal times. You’re being asked to find your way in the world in the middle of a devastating pandemic and terrible recession. The timing is not ideal. And let’s be honest – a disease like this just spotlights the underlying inequalities and extra burdens that black communities have historically had to deal with in this country. We see it in the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on our communities, just as we see it when a black man goes for a jog, and some folks feel like they can stop and question and shoot him if he doesn’t submit to their questioning.

  Injustice like this isn’t new. What is new is that so much of your generation has woken up to the fact that the status quo needs fixing; that the old ways of doing things don’t work; that it doesn’t matter how much money you make if everyone around you is hungry and sick; and that our society and democracy only works when we think not just about ourselves, but about each other.

  More than anything, this pandemic has fully, finally torn back the curtain on the idea that the folks in charge know what they’re doing. A lot of them aren’t even pretending to be in charge.

  If the world’s going to get better, it’s going to be up to you. With everything suddenly feeling like up for grabs, this is your time to seize the initiative. Nobody can tell you anymore that you should be waiting your turn. Nobody can tell you anymore “this is how it’s always been done.” More than ever, this is your moment – your generation’s world to shape.

  In taking on this responsibility, I hope you are bold. I hope you have a vision that isn’t clouded by cynicism or fear. As young African Americans, you’ve been exposed, earlier than some, to the world as it is. But as young HBCU grads, your education has also shown you the world as it ought to be.

  Many of you could have attended any school in this country. But you chose an HBCU – specifically because it would help you sow seeds of change. You chose to follow in the fearless footsteps of people who shook the system to its core – civil rights icons like Thurgood Marshall and Dr. King, storytellers like Toni Morrison and Spike Lee. You chose to study medicine at Meharry, and engineering at NC A&T, because you want to lead and serve.

  And I’m here to tell you that you made a good choice. Whether you realize it or not, you’ve got more roadmaps, more role models, and more resources than the civil rights generation did. You’ve got more tools, technology, and talents than my generation did. No generation has been better positioned to be warriors for justice and remake the world.

  Now, I’m not going to tell you what to do with all that power that’s in your hands. Many of you are already using it so well to create change. But let me offer three pieces of advice as you continue on your journey.

  First, make sure you ground yourself in actual communities with real people – working at the grassroots level. The fight for equality and justice begins with awareness, empathy, passion, even righteous anger. Don’t just activate yourself online. Change requires strategy, action, organizing, marching, and voting in the real world like never before. No one is better positioned than this class of graduates to take that activism to the next level. And from tackling health disparities to fighting for criminal justice and voting rights, so many of you are already doing this. Keep on going.

  Second, you can’t do it alone. Meaningful change requires allies in common cause. As African Americans, we are particularly attuned to injustice, inequality, and struggle. But that also should make us more alive to the experiences of others who’ve been left out and discriminated against. So rather than say what’s in it for me or what’s in it for my community and to heck with everyone else, stand up for and join up with everyone who’s struggling – whether immigrants, refugees, the rural poor, the LGBTQ community, low-income workers of every background, women who so often are subject to their own discrimination and burdens and not getting equal pay for equal work; look out for folks whether they are white or black or Asian or Latino or Native American. As Fannie Lou Hamer once said, “nobody’s free until everybody’s free.” And on the big unfinished goals in this country, like economic and environmental justice and health care for everybody, broad majorities agree on the ends. That’s why folks with power will keep trying to divide you over the means. Because that’s how nothing changes. You get a system that looks out for the rich and powerful and nobody else. So expand your moral imaginations, build bridges, and grow your allies in the process of bringing about a better world.

  Finally, as HBCU graduates, you have to remember that you are inheritors of one of America’s proudest traditions. Which means you’re all role models now – whether you like it or not. Your participation in this democracy, your courage to stand up for what’s right, your willingness to forge coalitions – these actions will speak volumes. And if you are inactive, that will also speak volumes. Not just to the young folks coming up behind you – but to your parents, your peers, and the rest of the country. They need to see your leadership – you’re the folks we’ve been waiting for to come along.

  That’s the power you hold. The power to shine brightly for justice, for equality, and for joy. You’ve earned your degree. And it’s up to you to use it. So many of us believe in you. I’m so proud of you. And as you set out to change the world, we’ll be the wind at your back.

  Congratulations Class of 2020, and God bless you all.

  奥巴马的全美高中生毕业演讲

  Hi, everybody. Aniyah, thank you for that beautiful introduction. I could not be prouder of everything you’ve done in your time with the Obama Foundation.

  And of course, I couldn’t be prouder of all of you in the graduating Class of 2020 – as well as the teachers, coaches, and most of all, parents and family who guided have you along the way.

  Now graduating is a big achievement under any circumstances. Some of you have had to overcome serious obstacles along the way, whether it was an illness, or a parent losing a job, or living in a neighborhood where people too often count you out. Along with the usual challenges of growing up, all of you have had to deal with the added pressures of social media, reports of school shootings, and the specter of climate change. And then, just as you’re about to celebrate having made it through, just as you’ve been looking forward to proms and senior nights, graduation ceremonies – and, let’s face it, a whole bunch of parties – the world is turned upside down by a global pandemic. And as much as I’m sure you love your parents, I’ll bet that being stuck at home with them and playing board games or watching Tiger King on TV is not exactly how you envisioned the last few months of your senior year.

  Now I’ll be honest with you – the disappointments of missing a live graduation – those will pass pretty quick. I don’t remember much from my own high school graduation. I know that not having to sit there and listen to a commencement speaker isn’t all bad – mine usually go on way too long. Also, not that many people look great in those caps, especially if you have big ears like me. And you’ll have a chance to catch up with your friends once the immediate public health crisis is over.

  But what remains true is that your graduation marks your passage into adulthood – the time when you begin to take charge of your own life. It’s when you get to decide what’s important to you: the kind of career you want to pursue. Who you want to build a family with. The values you want to live by. And given the current state of the world, that may be kind of scary.

  If you’d planned on going away for college, getting dropped off at campus in the fall – that’s no longer a given. If you were planning to work while going to school, finding that first job is going to be tougher. Even families that are relatively well-off are dealing with massive uncertainty. Those who were struggling before – they’re hanging on by a thread.

  All of which means that you’re going to have to grow up faster than some generations. This pandemic has shaken up the status quo and laid bare a lot of our country’s deep-seated problems – from massive economic inequality to on-going racial disparities to a lack of basic health care for people who need it. It’s woken a lot of young people to the fact that the old ways of doing things just don’t work; that it doesn’t matter how much money you make if everyone around you is hungry and sick; and that our society and our democracy only work when we think not just about ourselves, but about each other.

  It’s also pulled the curtain back on another hard truth, something that we all have to eventually accept once our childhood comes to an end. All those adults that you used to think were in charge and knew what they were doing? It turns out that they don’t have all the answers. A lot of them aren’t even asking the right questions. So, if the world’s going to get better, it going to be up to you.

  That realization may be kind of intimidating. But I hope it’s also inspiring. With all the challenges this country faces right now, nobody can tell you “no, you’re too young to understand” or “this is how it’s always been done.” Because with so much uncertainty, with everything suddenly up for grabs, this is your generation’s world to shape.

  Since I’m one of the old guys, I won’t tell you what to do with this power that rests in your hands. But I’ll leave you with three quick pieces of advice.

  First, don’t be afraid. America’s gone through tough times before – slavery and civil war, famine and disease, the Great Depression and 9/11. And each time we came out stronger, usually because a new generation, young people like you, learned from past mistakes and figured out how to make things better.

  Second, do what you think is right. Doing what feels good, what’s convenient, what’s easy – that’s how little kids think. Unfortunately, a lot of so-called grown-ups, including some with fancy titles and important jobs, still think that way – which is why things are so screwed up. I hope that instead, you decide to ground yourself in values that last, like honesty, hard work, responsibility, fairness, generosity, respect for others. You won’t get it right every time, you’ll make mistakes like we all do. But if you listen to the truth that’s inside yourself, even when it’s hard, even when its inconvenient, people will notice. They’ll gravitate towards you. And you’ll be part of the solution instead of part of the problem.

  And finally, build a community. No one does big things by themselves. Right now, when people are scared, it’s easy to be cynical and say let me just look out for myself, or my family, or people who look or think or pray like me. But if we’re going to get through these difficult times; if we’re going to create a world where everybody has the opportunity to find a job, and afford college; if we’re going to save the environment and defeat future pandemics, then we’re going to have to do it together. So be alive to one another’s struggles. Stand up for one another’s rights. Leave behind all the old ways of thinking that divide us – sexism, racial prejudice, status, greed – and set the world on a different path.

  When you need help, Michelle and I have made it the mission of our Foundation to give young people like you the skills and support to lead in your own communities, and to connect you with other young leaders around the country and around the globe.

  But the truth is that you don’t need us to tell you what to do.

  Because in so many ways, you’ve already started to lead.

  Congratulations, Class of 2020. Keep making us proud.

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iPhone 11虽卖座 库克降价策略反而引反感

  

  毫无悬念地,在今年苹果发布会之前,苹果要发布的几乎所有产品,再一次被曝光的“底裤都不剩”,连续这么多年的保密工作不到位,究竟是一种营销的手段,还是苹果的保密工作一天不如一天了。

  iPhone11降价惹反感 库克与苹果的危机在哪?

  OLED屏,三摄,磨砂玻璃背板,从7月份就开始在网上被疯传的图片,相似度几乎达到了“百分之一百二”,依旧是高昂的售价。没有5G,别人有的你有,别人没有的你也没有,苹果新机每年都会例行让大家失望一次,然后我们依旧迎来了 11系列新机的热卖。

  iPhone11降价惹反感 库克与苹果的危机在哪?

  万众期待iPhone 11终于完成了首秀,网上满坑满谷的炸开了锅,流量经济成风的今天,各种蹭热度的文章层出不穷,身为一个资深“果粉”的笔者当然也不能免俗。诚然,本次的与iPhone 11 当然算是优秀的产品,但依旧难掩苹果创新的疲态。

  苹果CEO蒂姆·库克在接受采访时表示,有降价的可能,“会尽可能的让中国用户买得起新机。不得不说,这句话引起了笔者的反感,库克你真觉得中国消费者是“买不起”新iPhone么?

  带动了手机产品的“全面屏”时代,在产品形态有质变的时候,大家还对苹果保持着足够的热情,当两年后我们再次拖着已经开始审美疲劳的目光去看iPhone11时,库克可能还没有意识到一个关键的问题。

  “中国人可能不是买不起iPhone11,只是国产厂商太给力,iPhone吸引力已经大不如前了”

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