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2017年12月13日 02:14:16 | 作者:世纪结果 | 来源:新华社
Before she tried to kill herself by jumping from her dormitory building a year ago, no one knew Xing Hua (name changed for privacy), a 22-year-old economics postgraduate from Wuhan, was suffering from depression. She narrowly escaped death, but suffered severe internal injuries and multiple broken bones.一年前,星华(为保护隐私,此处使用化名)试图从宿舍楼一跃而下来结束自己的生命,在那之前并没有人知道这位来自武汉的22岁的经济学研究生一直饱受抑郁症的折磨。虽然她逃过了一劫,但仍遭受严重内伤以及多处骨折。“I was in great pain,” said Xing. “Only depression victims could understand the despair – a desperation so great that life itself seems not to matter any more.”“我非常痛苦,”星华说道,“只有抑郁症患者才能理解那份绝望。心如死灰,以致于活着与否无所谓。”This year, the World Mental Health Day on Oct 10 was marked by the theme: “Depression: A Global Crisis”. According to the World Federation for Mental Health and the WHO, depression has moved beyond the medical domain to become a social problem.今年10月10日的心理卫生日主题为:“抑郁症:一个全球性危机”。世界精神卫生联盟以及世界卫生组织表示,抑郁症已经超越医疗领域,成为社会问题。Statistics from the Beijing Suicide Research and Prevention Center show that of the 287,000 people who commit suicide in China every year, 70 percent are victims of depression.北京心理危机研究与干预中心提供的相关数据显示,每年中国有28.7万名自杀者,其中70%是抑郁症患者。“This equates to one depression victim taking their life every three minutes,” cited CCTV recently.“这相当于每三分钟就有一名抑郁症患者自杀。”中央电视台近日报道称。According to the Beijing-based Capital Medical University, the number of depression patients has been on the rise in the past years and now accounts for 5 to 10 percent of the population, more than the global average of 5 percent.北京首都医科大学方面表示,过去的几年中,中国抑郁症患者人数呈逐年增长趋势,现已占到人口总数的5%-10%,这一数字已经超过世界平均值——5%。Wang Shaoli, vice-president of Beijing Huilongguan Hospital, a medical center specializing in mental health, said that what makes depression so widesp is that everybody can get it.北京回龙观医院是精神疾病专科医院。该院副院长王绍礼表示,抑郁症之所以传播如此广泛,是因为每个人都可能患病。“No one is immune to depression,” said Wang. “It has become a social problem because depression kills one’s social capabilities, such as communication, and leads to a negative social mentality.”“抑郁症对任何人来说都防不胜防,”王绍礼说道,“抑郁症能够扼杀一个人的社交能力,比如沟通交流能力,从而导致消极社会心态的产生,因此抑郁症已经成为一种社会问题。”According to Wang, depression can be treated with medicine and early psychological consultation. The real problem is the lack of awareness surrounding the issue.王绍礼表示,抑郁症可以通过药物以及早期心理咨询来进行治疗。真正问题在于,人们缺乏对这一病症的相关意识。“People with mental health illnesses are discriminated against,” said Wang. “So they are reluctant to go to hospital and often keep the pain to themselves, which only makes matters worse.”“精神疾病患者往往遭受歧视,”王绍礼说,“所以,他们不愿意去医院就医,往往独自承受痛苦,而这只会令病情加重。”Only one in 10 depression victims are properly treated in China, according to the Beijing Suicide Research and Prevention Center.北京心理危机研究与干预中心称,中国仅有十分之一的抑郁症患者在接受有效治疗。Social cost社会代价While depression brings great tragedy to individuals and their families, the social cost are considerable too.抑郁症在为患者本人及其家庭酿造悲剧的同时,社会代价也非常高。According to a report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in 2008, depression is one of the most costly mental disorders because of the large number of persons affected and the significant impact it has on the labor force.经济合作与发展组织在2008年的一份报告指出,抑郁症是代价最高的精神疾病之一,因为患者人数众多,严重影响劳动力。“The associated cost of depression is more than 118 billion euros (958 billion yuan) in the European Union,” the report. “Equivalent to 1 percent of regional GDP.”该报告称:“在欧盟,抑郁症产生的相关费用超过1180亿欧元(合9580亿元人民币)。这相当于整个欧盟地区生产总值的1%。”Wang Gang, director of the Depression Treatment Center at the Beijing-based Anding Hospital, said that depression is triggered by multiple factors, from genetic heritage to cognitive experience.北京安定医院抑郁症治疗中心主任王刚表示,抑郁症的诱发原因有很多,比如基因遗传、认知经验等。“When people get depressed, it becomes part of their thoughts, making them negative, even desperate,” said Wang. “And embedded ideas are difficult to change.”王刚说:“当人们患上抑郁症时,抑郁情绪会潜入他们的大脑,令他们变得消极,甚至绝望。这种嵌入式思维很难改变。”That’s why Wang suggests early intervention.这正是王刚建议对抑郁症采取早期干预的原因。“Normally it takes about nine months to treat depression,” said Wang. “But in most cases, patients drop treatment half way when they feel some progress.”王刚说:“一般来说,抑郁症需要九个月的治疗期。但很多时候,病人感到病情有好转,就会半途中止治疗。”After a year of treatment, Xing is getting better. Although she is sometimes easily distracted from conversation, she is confident.通过一年的治疗,星华的病情正在好转。虽然谈话中她还是会时不时地无法集中精神,但却十分自信。“It is a relief that people know I had depression,” said Xing. “The more I talk and interact with people, the less I feel the stress.”星华说:“人们知道我曾患过抑郁症,这让我释然。我与人们交谈互动得越多,感到的压力也就越少。” /201210/206258I visited China for the first time in nearly 20 years this past summer. Everyone talks about how much has changed, and it#39;s true. There were mule-drawn carriages in the streets of central Beijing the last time I was there. Today, not so much.时隔二十年之后,笔者在今年夏天再次来到中国。所有人都在讨论中国发生的变化,事实也确实如此。笔者上一次来北京的时候,在市中心的大街上还可以看到骡子拉的车,如今这种交通工具在市中心几乎已经销声匿迹。What hasn#39;t changed is the air pollution. In fact, it has gotten worse.但有一点一直没有变化,那就是空气污染。实际上,北京的空气质量正变得越来越糟糕。How much worse? Fortune Magazine Editor Andy Serwer devoted his front-of-the-book essayto the Chinese air-pollution problem in the new issue of the magazine. His article, ;A China crisis that#39;s here,; goes so far as to argue that the dirty air over China is a near-term political crisis for the country#39;s new president Xi Jinping. (He includes some controversial digs at a Chinese government propaganda machine that#39;s taking after U.S. icons like Apple and Starbucks in order to distract its own people.)北京的空气质量到底有多糟糕?在之前一期《财富》杂志(Fortune)上,杂志编辑苏安迪发表了一篇关于中国空气污染问题的卷首文章——《中国眼前的危机》(A China crisis that#39;s here)。这篇文章甚至认为,中国污浊的空气已经成为新一任国家领导人习近平近期急需解决的一次政治危机。 I agree that Xi faces a crisis over this. Chinese people are willing to put up with a lot, but they are hopping mad about the quality-of-life issue that is literally in their face every day. In fact, it#39;s the one topic about which I asked everybody I met in June, when I traveled there for the Fortune Global Forum. How can the Chinese fix the problem and when will they? I asked.我承认这确实是习近平所面临的一次危机。中国人民或许能够容忍许多不公平的待遇,但一旦遇到每天都要面对的生活质量问题,他们很难再抑制自己的怒火。事实上,今年六月,笔者前往北京参加《财富》全球论坛时,曾就空气污染问题询问过人们的意见。中国如何解决污染问题?什么时候才能解决?As you might have guessed, there isn#39;t a simple answer. Indeed, tackling the question provokes a conundrum. The only certain way to fix the pollution quickly is to slow down the industrial economy, which would cause massive unemployment, which would cause civil unrest -- exactly the problem Serwer flags regarding the pollution.大家或许能够猜得到,这些问题不会有简单的。实际上,解决这个问题将引发其他的难题。迅速解决污染问题的唯一办法是放缓产业经济发展速度,而这将造成大规模失业,进而引发民众的不安——苏安迪也曾提到过污染会导致这个问题的出现。Not everyone sees it that way. ;You don#39;t need to fix it everywhere,; says Ian Bremmer, who runs the global political-risk consulting firm Eurasia Group from New York. ;What they really need to do, at least in the near term, is to address the problem in the most important cities, where people are coming in from out of the country and where there is a lot of media.; To Bremmer, the air-pollution problem is a PR screw-up more than a national crisis. He argues that the quality of life is so low in much of China that what seems unacceptable to expatriates and visiting journalists simply isn#39;t top-of-mind to the average Chinese citizen. ;The comment that people wouldn#39;t take their kids out in this pollution is overblown because they can#39;t afford to take their kids out anyway,; he says.当然,也有人持不同意见。纽约全球政治风险咨询公司欧亚集团(Eurasia Group)的负责人伊安?布莱默说:“中国不需要解决所有地方的污染问题。至少在近期,他们需要做的是解决最重要城市的问题。越来越多的人从农村涌入这些大城市,而且城市里也有大量媒体。”布莱默认为,空气污染问题只是公关失误,而不是一次全国性的危机。他认为,中国许多地方的生活质量非常低,许多外派人员和驻华记者都难以接受的状况普通中国人都已经习以为常。他说:“有说在这种污染环境下,人们不敢带孩子出门,其实这种说法有些夸大,因为他们只是负担不起带孩子外出的开销。”Bremmer isn#39;t saying pollution isn#39;t a problem. He notes that 16 of the 20 most polluted cities in the world are in China, and that in the long term Chinese behavior is potentially disastrous. But for the time being, he says, it will be business as usual. ;Nothing is a crisis in the making for Xi right now. He has 7.8% growth, he#39;s charismatic, and he has a good team behind him. And the rest of the world is screwing up left and right.;布莱默的意思并不是说污染不是问题。他注意到,全球20个污染最严重的城市中有16个在中国。而且,从长期来看,中国的行为将造成毁灭性的后果。但他表示,目前,一切仍会一如往常。“目前没有任何事情能够对习近平构成危机。他有7.8%的增长速度,他拥有超凡的个人魅力,而且,他背后还有一优秀的团队。而与此同时,世界其他地区却是麻烦不断。”If Bremmer is right and Serwer is wrong, it makes for a fascinating study in contrasts. One country#39;s people are relatively accepting about filthy air that threatens their lives. Another country#39;s people are practically manning the barricades over a clunky web site that is supposed to improve their health. Go figure.如果布莱默是正确的,而苏安迪是错误的,这将是一个极好的对比研究案例。某个国家的人可以接受威胁生命的污浊空气。而另外一个国家的人们却在一个混乱的网站上展开论战,希望提高他们的健康水平。真是令人费解。 /201311/264262

It#39;s been so warm in the ed States this year, especially in March, that national records weren#39;t just broken, they were deep-fried.美国今年天气十分暖和,特别是三月以来,温度居高不下。这不仅是破纪录的高温,而且热度灼人。Temperatures in the lower 48 states were 8.6 degrees above normal for March and 6 degrees higher than average for the first three months of the year, according to calculations by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. That far exceeds the old records.据美国国家海洋和大气的测算,美国南部48个州今年三月的温度比正常水平高了8.6华氏度,前三个月的平均温度比平均水平高出了6华氏度。这远远超出了历史记录水平。The magnitude of how unusual the year has been in the US has alarmed some meteorologists who have warned about global warming. One climate scientist said it#39;s the weather equivalent of a baseball player on steroids, with old records obliterated.美国今年是如此反常,让一些气候学家感到担忧,此前他们已经对全球变暖提出过警告。一位气候学家称,这就像用了类固醇兴奋剂的棒球运动员刷新历史记录一样,事有异常。;Everybody has this uneasy feeling. This is weird. This is not good,; said Jerry Meehl, a climate scientist who specializes in extreme weather at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo. ;It#39;s a guilty pleasure. You#39;re out enjoying this nice March weather, but you know it#39;s not a good thing.;专门研究极端天气的气候学家杰里#8226;米尔说:“大家都有这种不安的感觉。这太诡异了,情况不妙。这是一种让人无法开怀享受的愉悦。你在户外享受着这美好的三月天气,但是你知道,这不是件好事。”米尔在科罗拉多州尔德的国家气候研究中心工作。It#39;s not just March.并不只有三月份如此。;It#39;s been ongoing for several months,; said Jake Crouch, a climate scientist at NOAA#39;s National Climatic Data Center in Ashville, N.C.气候学家杰克#8226;克劳趣说:“这种高温已经持续了几个月。”克劳趣在国家海洋和大气位于北卡罗来纳州阿什维尔的国家气候数据中心工作。Meteorologists say an unusual confluence of several weather patterns, including La Nina, was the direct cause of the warm start to 2012. While individual events can#39;t be blamed on global warming, Crouch said this is like the extremes that are supposed to get more frequent because of manmade climate change from the burning of fossil fuels such as coal and oil.气候学家称,包括拉尼娜现象在内的几种气候类型的异常交汇是导致2012年初以来温暖天气的直接原因。尽管不能将个别事件归因于全球变暖,但克劳趣称,就像燃烧煤油等化石燃料、人为导致的气候变化引发的极端天气一样,这种极端天气只会愈加频繁。Normally, March averages 42.5 degrees across the country. This year, the average was 51.1, which is closer to the average for April. Only one other time — in January 2006 — was the country as a whole that much hotter than normal for an entire month.正常情况下,美国三月的平均气温为华氏42.5度。今年美国三月的平均气温为51.1度,这更接近往年四月的平均温度。这种整个月气温大大高于正常水平的情况在美国只出现过一次——在2006年一月。In March, at least 7,775 weather stations across the nation broke daily high temperature records and another 7,517 broke records for night-time heat. Combined, that#39;s more high temperature records broken in one month than ever before, Crouch said.三月期间,美国至少7775个气象站测得的日最高气温打破记录,还有7517个气象站测出的夜间气温破了纪录。克劳趣说,二者加在一起,这一个月打破的高温记录比往年都要多。;When you look at what#39;s happened in March this year, it#39;s beyond unbelievable,; said University of Victoria climate scientist Andrew Weaver.维多利亚大学的气候学家安德鲁#8226;韦佛说:“如果你好好看看今年三月的天气情况,你会觉得太难以置信了。” /201204/177346

NOTHING drives an elected official to indignity faster than the promise of something for nothing. When Google announced that it would build a fibre-optic broadband network capable of delivering one gigabit-per-second internet-roughly 150 times the average American internet speed-to residential users in an American city, mayors lined up to debase themselves. Duluth#39;s jumped into a frozen lake, Sarasota#39;s into a shark tank. The mayor of Topeka changed his city#39;s name (for a day) to Google. Ultimately Google decided on Kansas City, and next month it will start providing its blazing-speed internet for a month.不劳而获的美事最能使官员们卑躬屈膝了。谷歌公司欲在美国的一座城市部署1Gb光纤宽带网络以供居民使用,消息一出,市长们便竞相申请,屈身事人,要知道美国的平均网速还不到它的1/150.德卢斯市使尽浑身解数,争取名额,萨拉索塔更是亮出了杀手锏。托皮卡市市长将市名改为;谷歌市;(仅一天时间)。最终堪萨斯城中选,下个月该市市民便可以享用月租70美元的极速网络务了。But that service will not be available to all Kansas Citians. Instead, Google has divided Kansas City into 204 districts (which it annoyingly insists on calling ;fibrehoods;), has invited consumers who want the one-gigabit service to register in advance, and will deliver service to the 46 areas with the highest concentration of interested consumers. Only one American city offers one-gigabit internet connections to every resident, and it is not tech-savvy San Francisco or university-laden Boston, but Chattanooga, Tennessee#39;s fourth-largest city, nestled in the Appalachian foothills.但是这项务并不对所有的市民开放。相反,谷歌将堪萨斯城划分成204个区(谷歌坚持使用别扭的;网区;称谓),并且诚邀需要1GB网络务的用户提前登记,只有关注度最高的46个地区中感兴趣的用户才能获得该项务。目前,美国只有一座城市为每一位居民提供1Gb的宽带连接,它既不是高新技术城旧金山,也不是大学城波士顿,而是位于阿巴拉契亚山脚的察特怒加市(田纳西州第四大城市)。EPB of Chattanooga, the municipally-owned electricity company, branched out into telecoms service a little over a decade ago and soon afterwards decided to modernise the city#39;s power grid. Starting in 2008, with the help of 1.5m in federal stimulus funds and another 9m raised through bonds, EPB laid over 6,000 miles of fibre-optic cable. The network became fully operational last spring; it covers EPB#39;s full service area, roughly 170,000 homes and businesses in urban, suburban and rural areas, and it delivers and telephone service as well.EPB是察特怒加市的一所市营电力公司,大约一年前,公司开始拓展经营范围,着力发展电信务,不久便将实现全市电网的现代化提上了议事日程。08年伊始,依靠1.115亿美元的联邦政府刺激基金和1.69亿美元的债券资金,EPB公司铺设的光纤电缆总长度达到6000多英里。去年春天,这套网络才完全投入使用;它覆盖了EPB公司所有的务区域,包括城市,郊区和乡村近17万所商、民用住房。But even though in practice someone in a trailer park on the side of a mountain could enjoy Palo-Alto-like internet speeds, relatively few Chattanoogans subscribe to the full gigabit service. EPB estimates that nine residents and two businesses pay the hefty 0-per-month charge. Most use a 30-megabit-per-second (mps) connection, which is still far faster than the American average of 6.7mps.尽管从理论上讲,住在阿巴拉契亚山下家庭拖车停车场的居民可以享用如同帕洛阿尔托市般的高速网络,但相对来说,在察特怒加市,鲜有市民办理1Gb网络务。据EPB公司估计,只有9名市民和两家企业交付了每月高达350美元的网络使用费用。大多数人都还在使用30兆每秒的网络,可是比起6.7兆每秒的美国网络平均值,已经很快了。Even so, Harold DePriest, EPB#39;s boss, estimates his company#39;s and internet division will become profitable this year. Mr DePriest#39;s case for building Chattanooga#39;s fibre network (and the reason EPB received its stimulus funds) had nothing to do with residential users; instead, that network forms the backbone of one of America#39;s most extensive municipal smart grids. And Chattanooga, a little manufacturing city that 40-odd years ago had America#39;s filthiest air, is reinventing itself as a haven for tech entrepreneurs—a ;Silicon Holler;.即便如此,EPB总裁哈罗德#8226;迪普斯特仍认为今年的视频和网络务有利可图。迪普斯特部署光纤网络(这也是EPB公司能够获得政府刺激资金的原因)的初衷并不是供居民使用;相反,这个网络是美国现在范围最广的市政智能电网的核心组成部分。40多年前的工业小城察特怒加市,曾经是美国空气质量最差的城市,如今却摇身一变,成为科技企业家择善而居的理想之地——所谓的;硅召;。This suggests that the true benefits of municipal high-speed networks are not the consumer-friendly baubles such as high-speed downloads, HDTV and the like, but the vast range of possibilities they open. Over the fibre network is a wireless mesh that allows government, so often wary of innovation, to try new approaches. Police in Chattanooga have vastly expanded their communications and mobile data analysis. Traffic lights will soon be able to respond in real time to changing traffic patterns. Rubbish can be collected more efficiently. EPB can avoid, or minimise, power cuts during storms, and can charge its customers more accurately and transparently. This sort of network can improve a city#39;s operations while broadening its tax base. Results like that are well worth a dunk in a shark tank.这表明市政高速网络真正的收益并不是以顾客利益为重的低值务,诸如高速视频下载,高清电视等等,而是随之带来的无限可能性。光纤网络之上是交错的无线网络,这使得时常为创新所困的政府能够尝试一些新路子。察特怒加市的警察已借此大规模拓展了通信和手机数据分析。交通指示灯能够及时地调整交通路线,垃圾的收集效率提高.EPB公司也能避免,或者降低在暴雨天气下输电的电力损失,消费者也可以花得精确,花得明白。极速网络可以改善城市管理,也拓宽了征税基础。这样一来,冒着危险尝试一把又有何防。 /201208/195607

China is considering giving more green cards to foreigners who want to stay in the country permanently, according to a Ministry of Public Security official。More foreigners will get China#39;s Permanent Residence Card in the future。中国公安部出入境副局长曲云海14日透露,公安部与外交部正在研究制定相关管理办法,考虑放宽申请中国“绿卡”的门槛和条件。China will loosen the terms for Foreigner#39;s Permanent Residence Card applications, so-called green cards, Qu Yunhai, vice director of the Bureau of Exit and Entry Administration of the Ministry of Public Security, said in Washington on Sunday。曲云海当日在华盛顿宣讲调研中国侨务政策法规时表示,目前广大外籍人员、包括外籍华人对中国“绿卡”制度提出很多意见,普遍希望降低中国“绿卡”的申请门槛,扩大“绿卡”发放范围。He said a large number of foreigners and Chinese with foreign nationality have offered suggestions concerning the green card system, and hoped to loosen application restrictions.;Now the Ministry of Public Security and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are working together to draw up management measures for the system, which is expected to be released soon and will make a large impact on the administration of green card applications,; said Qu。他透露,现在公安部和外交部正在研究制定相关管理办法,“考虑把发放绿卡的范围进一步扩大。不久的将来这部办法呈现出来时,估计会让大家感到很大的变化”。China launched the green card system in August of 2004, aiming to attract more international talents to invest in China and promote China#39;s science, technology and cultural industries. It also fulfilled the urgent requirement for foreigners who want to permanently reside in China。2004年8月,中国开始正式实施“绿卡”制度,既为吸引外籍高层次人才来华投资经商,从事科技文化事业,也为满足一些外籍人士希望在中国永久居留的迫切要求。By the end of 2011, more than 4, 700 foreigners had obtained Chinese green cards, and have no restrictions in staying in China, and do not require visas when entering the country.统计显示,截至2011年底,持有中国“绿卡”的外籍人士超过4700人。按照规定,获得中国“绿卡”后,外籍人士在中国居留期限不受限制,出入中国国境无需再办理签手续,凭护照和“绿卡”即可出入境。China passed a new regulation on immigration in June of this year, which formulated principle measures for foreigners to apply for permanent residence in China. The new law streamlined the green card application process, making it easier for foreigners to live in China permanently。曲云海表示,今年6月,中国新制定的《出境入境管理法》正式出台。在这部将于明年7月1日付诸实施的法律中,对外国人申请在华永久居留的条件做了原则性规定,同时授权公安部、外交部制定具体审批管理办法,从而为下一步放宽申请绿卡的条件、降低审批门槛消除了法律障碍。 /201210/204280

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