学习啦【英语文摘】 编辑：韦彦 发布时间：2016-08-30
【参考译文一】with full speed development of the information technology, chinese citizens pay more and more attention to it. some schools even take the information technology as a required course. for this phenomenon, different people have different opinion. some people argue that it is not necessary to do this since the traditional courses are supposed to be learned. while some others hold the opposite view, they believe that china should keep pace with the times. no matter how, it is a good thing that information technology has drawn attention of the people.
【参考译文二】as china citizens attaching great importance to the rapidly development of information technology, some college even set it as a compulsory course. regarding to this phenomenon, people hold different views. some people think it is not necessary, for students should learn the traditional curriculum. another part of people think it is a need, because china should keep pace with the times. anyway, it is a good thing that information technology aroused public concern.
“would you like tea or coffee?” this is a question which the dining people are frequently asked. some westerners tend to choose coffee, while the chinese usually choose tea. there is a legend that one chinese emperor found tea 5,000 years ago and used it to cure illnesses. during the ming and q ing dynasties, tea houses were widespread throughout china. tea-drinking was spread to japan in the 6th century but to europe and america until the 18th century. nowadays, tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world. tea is the treasure of china, and it is also an important part of the chinese tradition and culture.
as for the dinning people, ”tea or coffee?” is a question frequently asked. coffee is usually the westerns’ first choice, while tea is the preferment of chinese. tradition has it that tea is found by one chinese emperor, who lived in 5000 years ago. at that time, tea is used to heal sickness. during ming-qing dynasties, teahouses are across the country. tea drinking spread into japanese as early as in the 6th century, yet it did not spread into europe and america until the 18th century. nowadays, tea is one of the most popular beverages all over the world. tea is the treasure of china and the important component of chinese tradition and culture.
中国结(the chinese knot) 最初是由手工艺人发明的。经过数百年不断的改造，已经成为一种优雅多彩的艺术和工艺。在古代，人们用它来记录事件，但现在主要用于装饰的目的。“结”在中文里意味着爱情，婚姻和团聚。中国结常常作为礼物交换或用作饰品祈求好运和避邪。这种形式的手工艺(handcraft)代代相传，现在已经在中国和世界各地越来越受欢迎。
the chinese knot is originally invented by the handicraftsman. after several hundred years’ innovation, it has evolved into an elegant and colorful art and craft. in ancient times, it was used for recording events, while now it is mainly a decorative handicraft art. in chinese, "knot" means love, marriage and reunion. the chinese knot is often used as a gift to express good wishes or a talisman to ward off evil spirits. the handcraft has passed on for generations and become more and more popular in china and the world.
【参考译文】most people like chinese food. in china, cooking is considered as not only a skill but also an art. the well-prepared chinese food is both delicious and good-looking. although cooking methods and food ingredient vary wildly in different places of china, it is common for good cuisine to take color, flavor, taste and nutrition into account. since food is crucial to health, a good chef is insistently trying to seek balance between cereal, meat and vegetable, and accordingly chinese food is delicious as well as healthy.