星期五 十一月 03, 2006
Yesterday, I walked out of the office as usually at 6:00PM. When walked to the road, the feeling was totally different. There was no traffic jam, only buses and taxis on the road. Seldom I saw some personal cars. It was a perfect world without jam. It took me only 25 mins back to home by bus, usually takes me more than 50 mins. As the news said, more than half of the vehicles belonging to government agencies, military units and state-owned companies in Beijing are ordered to be kept at home from Nov.1 to Nov.6 for the China-Africa Cooperation Conference beijing summit. All the Beijing citizens only have '22' hours one day. Most of them will spend more than 2 hours on the road every work day. We all hope that the Beijing summit won't end. Thus, at least we have 23 hours everyday.
星期三 五月 24, 2006
By emilychen on 五月 24, 2006
Hi, welcome to Emily's blog, my Chinese name is Chen yang （陈阳）. Yang（阳）means sun in Chinese. And now I am working at Sun China Engineering & Research Institute. I work as a Software Engineer in Jave Desktop System Group. This is my first English blog, I will continue update this blog.
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