Urban sprawl has recently been thought to have negative effects on people's well-being
Over the past twenty years, environmental protection has arisen as one of the hottest topics.
With the use of the Internet becoming ever-present, its pros and cons has become a subject of a matter for debate
In recent years, it has appeared as if/ it seems that the living standard of human society has been substantially improved
There is probably no issue more important to a civil society than the access to education.
Many people now prefer to spend time in front of the computer rather than with their family
Computer-based extra-curriculum activities allow children to achieve gains in reading, mathematics and computer knowledge.
Research has revealed that young people who are exposed to advertisements for alcohol are likely to drink more.
I am convinced that there is a clear relationship between advertising and eating choices among children.
Perhaps it is time to reexamine the idea that college degrees are a guarantee of intelligence.
A growing number of people are beginning to realize that wealth is not the sole prerequisite for happiness.
In spite of the extraordinary progress made in science and technology, problems remain in terms of guaranteeing that achievements benefit the greatest number of people.
A famous thinker once wrote that "the greatest threat to mankind is mankind itself!"If this is indeed the case, then the current situation should make us ponder our further existence.
Large families were once seen as a blessing. Today, however, things are changing and an increasing number of Chinese parents realize that fewer is better.
People used to place total reliance on the government. The so-called "iron rice bowl "prevailed in the past, but things are quite different today.
Several years ago, Chinese streets were filled with people wearing identical drab clothing. Today, however, things are quite different and the streets are awash with people wearing fashionable bright colored outfits. Why has the change taken place?
Years of observing human behavior has enabled me to conclude that the major difference between mediocrity and success lies solely with the individual concerned. Successful individuals consistently seek advancement, while their less industrious contemporaries are merely content with the status quo.
Traditional way of thinking has changed dramatically. The pendulum has swung and people are exhibiting greater open-mindedness and a burning desire to determine their own destiny.
No invention has received more praise and abuse than Internet.
People seem to fail to take into account the fact that education does not end with graduation.