这是我为 2011 年考研准备是写几篇的作文,字数在 400 到 600 之间。素材是 2010 年 中国社会热点问题例如中国慈善事业的发展和王贝的整容风波写作模式适用于八级英语作 文和英语专业考研作文。六级作文虽然字数要求不这么高,但也可套用模式写作模式,每一 篇作文都是我写好后请外教修改的,希望对大家的写作有帮助。
Should China's wealthy people pledge half their wealth to charity? Last year Microsoft founder Bill Gates and investor Warren Buffett commenced a campaign to encourage US billionaires to give away at least half of their fortunes to charity, and 40 billionaires have made the pledge. They came to China last September to share with China's wealthiest people their thoughts on philanthropy. Whether wealthy Chinese people should give away half their fortunes to charity has been an issue for debate. Some people believe that wealthy people should do so because they have a responsibility to contribute to society. Others contend that the philanthropic system is not well-developed and not transparent so wealthy people should not donate half of their property to the public. I believe that “China’s circumstances are unique, and so its approach to philanthropy will be as well,” just as Bill Gates and Warren Buffett have said. Although in China philanthropic donations are now comparatively small, about $8 billion in 2008, the Government has advised, compared with $308 billion in the United States, rich Chinese are not afraid to be charitable. And they are starting to commit to social and charitable causes. Take Chen Guangbiao as an example. A recycling company owner of Jiangsu Province, he has taken the Gates-Buffett pledge to give away his $440 million fortune when he dies. “Wealth is not something that comes to you when you are born,” he said in an interview last week. “It’s like water. If you have only a cup, you keep it to yourself. If you have a barrel, you share it with your family. And if you have a river, you share it with everyone.” Another good example is Yanlan, the famous hostess of China. She is now an ambassador for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in China, as well as the chairperson of the Sun Culture Foundation, co-founded by Yang and her husband Wu Zheng. Ma Weidu, a famous collector in Beijing, said he will give all of his personal precious collections to Guanfu Museum. He said: “I don’t hope that my son will have immoderate desire for wealth and hence belittle the dignity of honest labor”.
The causes of the small philanthropic movement in China are diverse. A major reason is that the present philanthropic system is not transparent. The potential donators hesitate to do the deeds as they are not sure that those charity institutions will put the money to the welfare of the common ordinary public. Another factor is the absence of social efforts to help the development of Chinese charity institutions. Many charity institutions in China are in a dilemma. For income they rely mainly on bank interest and they cannot function normally now because the interest rate is quite low. While in western countries, philanthropic institutions operate like commercial enterprise and are supported by a comprehensive and transparent system with scientific and rational
management, detailed donation plans and stable ways to raise funds. Workers in charitable organisations in China don’t know how to manage money suitably. I believe that the cause of charity is of significant importance to the development of Chinese society. Philanthropy should not only be the wealthy people’s action out of sympathy and impulse, but should be accepted by individuals as a continuous and systematic national behavior. To achieve a transparent and effective charitable system, the entire society should make concerted efforts. Government should accelerate steps to introduce and enact laws and regulations for charitable institutions. More people should be trained to qualify for charitable jobs. Celebrities should join in, making good use of their influence to help those in need by advocating charity. The social media should play their role in public supervision in open reporting to the public. With these solutions China should enjoy a new ear of reliable and successful philanthropy.
Is plastic surgery really necessary?
“I promise you, if God had gifted me with wealth and beauty, I would make it as hard for
you to leave me now as it is for me to leave you. But He did not. But my spirit can address yours, as if both have passed through the grave and stood before heaven equal.” Excerpt from Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte Although she is plain and small, Jane Eyre finally wins the love of her life, through her kindness and sincerity. True love is something eternal and spiritual, which cannot be gained by the shallowness of appearance. If you are loved only because of your beauty, you will be discarded when you fade with years. Love is not a matter of physical beauty. Likewise, gaining a job is not achieved through beauty alone. It is not necessary to undergo plastic surgery in order to gain a job. It was not prudent of Wang Bei to endure cosmetic surgery for the sake of her career. Her reasons were superficial. Her expectations were too high. She was not as famous or successful as she hoped, not because she was not sufficiently beautiful, but because she was not sufficiently talented or impressive. Had she sang a song as inspiring and touching as those of Susan Boyle, she may have been more successful. Susan is a famous Scottish singer, who is far from fashionably thin, yet won the audience’s deafening applause and a standing ovation when she took part in Britain’s Got Talent, a televised talent competition. If I were Wang Bei, I would not opt for this risky and superficial approach to success. Instead, I would focus on the creation of some really meaningful works worthy of enduring appreciation. The indispensable factor to a singer’s success is his or her capacity to impress an audience /ability, ability to impress an audience. Take Jackie Chan as another example. He is not handsome, but he is one of the few Hong Kong actors who have gained fame in Hollywood. He had been a supporting actor in films for years, but his excellence in Kung fu has made him a legend (brought him out is not quite right). He has created many classical images as a Kung fu expert and is followed by a wide audience. A really talented singer can maintain their fame even after they die. Teresa Teng, for instance, who died over fifteen years ago, remains one of the most influential female Chinese singers. It is said that sales of
her CDs has surpassed
  4.8 million. Because of her golden voice, she lives long in people’s minds. It is no different with ordinary people. Some people believe that cosmetic surgery will help them get a better job. If you appear physically attractive, you may impress an interviewer, but it is no guarantee that you will get the job. To hire a person for his or her appearance is like buying a house for its new coat of paint. It is superficial. A wise employer will not judge a candidate only by their appearance. Other candidates can make up any perceived disadvantage with suitable clothes, manner and confidence. What an interviewer really cares about is your overall performance, not just appearance. Such an approach results in a more valued and successful employee and one who is likely to make more money for the company. The key elements of competiveness in your life are your ability, your balance and harmony and how you treat others. As the old saying goes, all that glitters is not gold. So there is no need to take risks with your life and spend money on unnecessary plastic surgery. Do TV’s dating shows advocate money worship?
In recent times, marriage has become a principle concern of young Chinese people and their parents. A major reason for this concern is that young Chinese people are being restricted within narrow social circles, due to the growing pressures of competition. Therefore dating shows such as If You Are the One, by Jiangsu T.V., have become very popular. Whether dating shows advocate money worship has lately become an issue for debate. Recently, Ma Nuo, a 22-year-old model from Beijing, told a jobless man who tried to woo her on stage that she "would rather cry in a BMW than smile on a bike." Some people now believe that dating shows have fostered money worship, which is inconsistent with traditional Chinese culture. Others contend that dating shows should not be blamed for advocating money warship. I believe that dating shows do promote money worship among young people. In the pursuit of high ratings, the media always follow the rule that “when a man bites a dog , that is news!” Convincing supporting evidence is available. After her infamous comment, Ma Nuo, was employed by the Anhui TV as a hostess of an entertainment program. Zhu Zhenfang, another female contestant, even claimed that everyone, except for her boyfriend, had to pay 200,000 Yuan in exchange for holding her hand. "Why 200,000 Yuan?". She continued, "because my basic criterion for my potential boyfriend is that he must earn this amount of money each month." Liu Yunchao, a male contestant, was also condemned in the blogosphere for his arrogance after he bragged about having 6 million Yuan (US$880,0
  00) in the bank and three sports cars. Rumors have since surfaced online that he's actually an aspiring actor who just pretended to be rich to get onto the show. Although this TV program has come under fire for its vulgar content, it still attracts a large number of young viewers of marriageable age. Some people argue that nothing should be said against seeking material comforts because it merely reflects the great pressure of living in modern society. They believe media should not be held responsible for the spread of money worship. But, in my view, as TV has such a wide audience and such a successful impact on people, TV programs should offer balanced guidance to their audience and they should not neglect the adverse impact on society of amplifying the vulgar
love of money. If young people watch many of these programs, they may lose their understanding of true love. Growing money worship will take young Chinese in a dangerous direction that may lead to the degradation of our society. There may be no reliable marriage and no sustainable family, which would be a tragedy for the whole society. The issue has created Government concern. The State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) issued a harsh set of new rules in early June for matchmaking programs. "Incorrect social and love values such as money worship should not be presented in the shows," the notice read. It also banned "morally provocative hosts and hostesses" and demanded that participants undergo stricter screening procedures and "be cautious before mouthing venturous remarks." After the new policies were announced, all of China's dating shows said they would promptly comply. It is encouraging to see that those dating shows have now transformed from fostering money worship to advocating more positive societal and love values. 如何充实文章? 如何充实文章? 一、将一个事例子议论得更深入
  1. 分析现象背后的原因
  2. 假设对比
  3. 两个例子正反对比
  4. 使用例子时要给足信息以便使读者明白你在谈论的是谁 二、前呼后应 紧扣题目
  1. 同一个观点用不同的词表达
  2. 充分利用题目中给的例子或观点 三、使文章逻辑性更强,更有层次感, 使文章逻辑性更强,更有层次感, 连词, , 连词,逻辑词 Likewise,It is no different with… It is no guarantee that There is no need to 多样化的表达 opt for, choose, undergo
 

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