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【21st采访报道】看21世纪小记者对话日本国驻华大使馆官员......

2018-05-25 19:43     女人     来自:21世纪学生英文报读者俱乐部

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2018年5月18日下午,在日本国驻华大使馆新闻文化中心开展了一次青少年文化交流活动,参加此次活动的共有40余人,他们分别来自北京四中的高中生、花家地小学的学生以及中国日报21世纪英语教育传媒读者俱乐部的双语学生记者。


以下是来自21世纪双语学生记者的采访报道:

On May 18, I was very honored to enter the Japanese Embassy in China as a student reporter of the 21st Century English Education Media, China Daily.


As soon as I entered the library, I got a lot of new discoveries. Except for the regular books, I also found many different kinds of magazines. Unlike Chinese books, Japanese books are read from right to left. The bookshelves in the reading room were also very special. The bookshelves near the wall were taller than a giraffe, but the bookshelves in the middle of the hall were short, which made people get and read the books easily. Moreover, these bookshelves also displayed a lot of handicrafts, such as a thousand paper cranes, white swans, Japanese dolls and carp flags. The most dazzling display in the hall was the China-Japan friendship exhibition, featuring pictures of Jackie Chan and the table tennis rackets of China's table tennis champions.


The officer from Japanese Embassy in China also introduced Japanese culture and taught us how to say "hello", "thank you" and "goodbye" in Japanese. I’ve learnt a lot from today's visit.


Up to now, it has been 46 years since China and Japan built friendship. I hope the relations between China and Japan will become better and better.

来自21世纪双语学生记者赵子航的报道


Everyone knows that Japanese anime is very famous. Almost all people had watched Japanese cartoon when they were children. Japanese animation’s emotion was very abundant, such as angry, sad and happy. Well-known cartoons almost come from Japan like Detective Conan, Doraemon and Dragon Ball Super. When it comes to Japanese animation,I have to mention Miyazaki Hayao. He has drawn a lot of cartoon figures, and he is a grandmaster of cartoon.

来自21世纪双语学生记者常智浩的报道


    

On May 18, we went to the Japanese Embassy in China for an interview. After careful security inspection, we entered the embassy. In front of the entrance was a folding screen. The traditional Japanese arts and crafts on the bookshelf were beautiful, and the books were arranged neatly, which left us a deep impression.


Soon, a Chinese teacher led us into a conference room and began her teaching. She taught us a lot of things such as the founding of Japan, Japanese history, its modern construction, and Japanese fine cuisines and local customs. Finally, I watched a Japanese anime movie, from which I also acquired knowledge.


Then, in the interview, the Japanese ambassador said that Japan was very clean even though there were almost no trash cans on the street. It was because less trash cans led citizens to go out with as less things as possible, and to keep wastes in their bags. Japanese have developed such a habit, thus the environment was clean. I have been to Japan many times, and I like the country very much. I once paied attention to the problem of trash cans, but I just figured it out after the ambassador’s explaination. 


来自21世纪双语学生记者经浩南的报道


   

On May 18, 2018, we went to the Japanese Embassy in China. It was my first time going into an Embassy and I couldn’t wait to communicate with ambassadors, though I was a little bit nervous. First the teacher led us to a small-sized library and told us to look around. It was not what I had expected. I looked around to find out lots of books and art works. On the wall, there were two elegant swans made of paper triangles. In a minute, I found two interesting things: one was that all the books were written in Japanese, and also, we had to flip the books from left to right, instead of from right to left as we usually do.


Then our teacher led us to a classroom where we had communication with ambassadors from Japan. They introduced a lot about Japan to us, including Japanese culture, food, geography, climate and the development of the relation between China and Japan.  We also asked some questions about Japan to the ambassador. When we asked about the phenomenon that there were few trash bins on the streets in Japan, the ambassador said that it was a very important strategy to keep our citizens protecting the environment. When there were very few waste bins on the streets, people tended to bring less things going out and kept wastes in the bags. These habits could be greatly helpful to protect our environment.  I think we should learn from Japan about environmental protection.


来自21世纪双语学生记者汪子馨的报道



On May 18, more than forty students from Beijing visited the Japanese Embassy in China. The exchange activities were held by New Cultural Exchanges Center. These students were from Beijing NO.4 Middle School and Huajiadi Primary School and the student reporters were from the 21st Century English Education Media, China Daily.


"There is a phenomenon in Japan. Have you noticed before?", a student reporter from the 21st Century English Education Media, China Daily. "I've been to Japan many times, and I found no garbage cans in the streets and the scenic spots, but these places were very clean." His point of view drew attention from people at present. The ambassador replied: "Less trash cans in the streets leads people to take less things when they go out, which will reduce the amount of garbage to a minimum and make people bring only the necessary things. In this way, we raise people’s awareness of environmental protection and resource saving.


The students visited the library and discussed some topics involving many aspects such as culture, education and environmental protection. We had a deeper understanding of Japan which played an important role in the relationship between China and Japan.



来自21世纪双语学生记者刘知泊的报道



On May 18, I visited Japanese Embassy in China together with other student reporters from the 21st Century English Education Media.


First we came to the library. The room were not very big, but there were many interesting things. Bookshelves were decorated by Japanese traditional characteristics. They looked exquisite and beautiful.


Then, we were led to a conference room. Ms. Guo gave us a brief introduction about Japan. I learned a lot interesting things. 


At last, it was interview time. I raised a question, “I am very interested in the traditional Japanese women dress, kimono. I am curious to know why there is a bag or say pillow on the back. What mysterious things are inside?” The officer answered, “Because kimonos have no zip or button, a little bag is necessary to hold kimonos on.” The activity ended with a Japanese movie .


来自21世纪双语学生记者方艺的报道



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