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LAST month a local official in Aichiprefecture set out a daring proposal. Tomonaga Osada suggested that theauthorities could distribute secretly punctured condoms to young marriedcouples, who would then get to work boosting the birth rate. His unorthodoxploy won few supporters, yet it reflects a gathering concern about Japan’sdemographic plight. Last year just over 1m babies were born, far fewer than thenumber needed to maintain the population, which is expected to drop from 127m toaround 87m by 2060. Why are young Japanese so loth to procreate?上个月,日本爱知县当地官员提出了一项大胆的提议。Tomonaga Osada提议有关当局秘密向已婚的年轻夫妇发放被刺破的避套,以此让他们提高生育率。这个异端的计策并未获得持,但这却反映了日益让人感到担忧的日本人口困境,去年,日本只迎来了100万新生儿,这些数量远低于维持人口所需的数量。据预期,截至2060年,日本人口将从1.27亿落到8700万左右。那么,为何日本的年轻人不愿意生育子女呢?The spiral of demographic decline isspinning faster as the number of women of child-bearing age falls. In May areport predicted that 500 or more towns across the country will disappear byaround 2040 as young women migrate to bigger cities. The workforce is alyshrinking, imperiling future growth. In recent years governments have embarkedon a plethora of schemes to encourage childbearing, including a “women’shandbook” to educate young females on the high and lowpoints of their fertility, and state-sponsored matchmaking events.随着育龄妇女人数的减少,人口呈螺旋式下降的速度越来越快。5月份发布的一份报道预示,随着年轻女性移居大城市,截止2040年左右,日本国内将有500个甚至更多的城镇消失。日本的奥洞里已经在萎缩,这将危及将来的发展。近年来,政府已经实施了大量鼓励生育的方案,其中包括发放“妇女指南”对妇女的生育能力高低峰进行指导,还有国家赞助的相亲活动。The chief reason for the dearth ofbirths is the decline of marriage. Fewer people are opting to wed, andthey are doing so later in life. At least a third of young women aim to becomefull-time housewives, yet they struggle to find men who can support atraditional family. In better economic times potential suitors had permanentjobs as part of the “lifetime employment” system. Now many hold down temporaryor part-time work. Other women shun marriage and children because Japan’sold-fashioned corporate culture, together with a dire shortage of childcare,would force them to give up their careers. Finally, young people are bound bystrict social codes. Only around 2% of babies are born outside marriage(compared with 30-50% in most of the rich world), which means that as weddingsplummet, so do births. Even for those who do start families, the rising cost ofchild-rearing often imposes a de facto one-child policy.低生育率的主要原因是结婚率的降低。越来越少的人选择步入婚姻殿堂,他们选择在晚年结婚。至少有三分之一年轻女性的目标是成为全职家庭主妇,然而他们很难找到可以撑起这种传统家庭模式的男人。在经济情况比较好的时候,她们潜在的求婚者拥有着“终身就业”体制内的稳定工作,但现在,很多人只有临时或兼职工作。日本老式的企业文化以及严重缺乏儿童保育迫使妇女不得不放弃职业也是另一些妇女避开婚姻和生育的原因。最后就是,年轻人受到严格社会规范的制约,只有2%的婴儿出生率发生在婚外(相比之下,大多发达国家达到了30-50%)。这意味着,结婚率下跌,出生率也跟着下跌。即使对于那些有孩子的人来说,养育孩子成本的增加使得他们往往只能落实一胎政策。So far the government of Shinzo Abe hastalked about such steps, but shied away from taking them. Instead Mr Abe isacting to help women combine careers with children. Many demographers reckon itis aly too late to lift Japan’s birth rate, now at 1.43children per woman. The eventual answer, they say, will be more shocking eventhan spiked prophylactics: mass immigration.目前,安倍政府已经提到了这些措施,但却在回避落实。相反,安倍先生正采取行动帮助女性兼顾职业和孩子。很多人口学家认为,提高日本的生育率为时已晚,现在日本女性人均生育率为1.43。他们说,最终的解决方法将比发放被刺的避套更令人感到震惊:大批移民入境。 /201408/318564Twelve years ago, Jason Padgett was a college drop-out working at his dad#39;s furniture store when a mugging at a Tacoma, Washington karaoke bar changed his life forever.12年前,贾森·帕吉特辍学了,离开大学后他在父亲的家具店工作。然而在华盛顿K歌吧发生的一起行凶抢劫案彻底改变了他的人生。After suffering a profound brain injury, Padgett started to see the world in a whole new light - literally - and became obsessed with math and physics.帕吉特在行凶抢劫事故中头部遭受重击,此后他眼中的世界完全变样了,他整个人也变得对数学和物理异常痴迷。He has since been diagnosed as one of only 40 with acquired savant syndrome, in which once-normal people become skilled in math, art or music after a brain injury.此后,他被诊断为“后天学者症候群”,现在全世界约有40个病例。患此症的人大多原本平常无奇,但脑部受伤后来会对数学、艺术或音乐十分擅长。It all started the night of September 13, 2002 when Padgett went out to a karaoke bar near his home and was mugged.2002年9月13日夜晚,帕吉特前往家附近的K歌吧唱歌,随后在那里遭受了行凶抢劫。Two men attacked him from behind and punched him in the back of the head, knocking him unconscious.有两个盗贼在背后袭击了他,用拳头重击他的后脑勺,帕吉特被打得失去了意识。At the hospital, he was treated for a bruised kidney but released the same night.在医院医生治疗了他肾部的擦伤,当晚他就出院了。The next morning, Padgett woke up and found that his vision had changed to include details he never noticed before.第二天早上,帕吉特醒来后发现自己眼中的周围世界完全不同了,他会看到许多以前没有注意到的细节。He started the tap in his bathroom and noticed #39;lines emanating out perpendicularly from the flow.#39;打开水龙头之后,他注意到“水流中有一条条直线垂直放射出来”。#39;At first, I was startled and worried for myself, but it was so beautiful that I just stood in my slippers and stared,#39; Padgett told the New York Post.帕吉特对《纽约时报》记者说道:“一开始我有些震惊,担心自己出现不正常的症状。但当时的情景简直太美了,我踩着拖鞋站在水中愣愣地盯着看。”Padgett stopped going to work and spent all of his time studying math and physics, focusing on fractals, which are repeated geometric patterns.帕吉特不再工作,而是潜心研究数学和物理,他看到的总是那些不规则碎片形,而且这些几何图形总是重复在他的眼前出现。Even though he showed no talent for art before, he started drawing fractals in extreme detail - sometimes taking weeks to finish the work.尽管他此前并没有展现出艺术天赋,但是他开始绘制非常精细的图形,甚至有时候一个图形要画个把星期。Dr Darold Treffert, the leading expert on savantism, diagnosed him with #39;acquired savant syndrome#39;. There are currently just 40 people in the world who have been diagnosed with the syndrome, becoming seemingly smarter after a brain injury.达洛德·崔佛特医生是症候群研究的领头人,他诊断帕吉特得了“后天学者症候群”症。目前世界上有大概40人被确诊这一症状,他们都是在脑损伤后变得比之前更加聪明。After his diagnosis, Padgett decided to apply his new-found mental capacity by enrolling in community college.在诊断后,帕吉特决定利用好自己因祸得福的高智商大脑,他报名进入社区大学进行学习。 /201404/290956It was once thought that only time could mend a broken heart, but now scientists think popping a couple of aspirin might be the best way to get over a break-up.分手了,我们原认为只有时间才能治愈那颗破碎的心。可是现在有科学家提出,吃上几片阿司匹林或许才是走出失恋的最好方法。Psychology Professor Water Mischel, of Columbia University, believes that the psychological pain of ending a relationship is similar to physical pain, and should be treated like any other injury.哥伦比亚大学心理学教授沃特?米歇尔认为结束一段恋情所造成的心理疼痛感和身体上的疼痛感类似,所以治疗失恋的痛苦也应该像治疗其他身体伤痛一样。He also believes that discussing feelings with friends will only increase depression and advises keeping brooding to a minimum.除此之外,他还表示失恋后跟朋友们讨论这种痛苦的感觉只会让自己更郁闷,他建议应尽可能减少回味痛苦的次数。“When we speak about rejection experiences in terms of physical pain, it is not just a metaphor – the broken heart and emotional pain really do hurt in a physical way,; he said.米歇尔教授说,“当我们用身体上的疼痛来描述受挫的感情时,这不止是一种比喻而已,事实上情伤确实会带来身体上的痛感。”。“When you look at a picture of the one who broke your heart, you experience a pain in a similar area of the brain which is activated when you burn your arm.“当你看着那个让你心碎之人的照片时,你感受到的痛感和手臂烧伤时产生的痛感来自大脑的同一个区域。”;‘Take two aspirins and call me in the morning’ would be a cold-hearted response to a friend’s late-night report of fresh heartbreak, but it has a solid basis in the research.”“如果朋友深夜打电话找你倾诉自己分手后的心碎感觉,你可以让他/她先吃两片阿司匹林,然后说‘明早再打给我’。这看起来似乎很冷血,但这么做确实是有着坚实的研究依据。”Previous studies have shown that people experience feelings of romantic rejection in the same way that they experience physical pain.之前有研究表明,人在经历感情挫折时的感觉与经历外在伤痛时的感觉一致。Research subjects given a simple non-prescription painkiller, like aspirin or ibuprofen, were shown to handle feelings of rejection better than those given a placebo.实验中,那些吃了止痛药(如阿司匹林或布洛芬)的试验对象处理感情挫折的能力会比那些吃了安慰剂(不含任何药物成分的药片)的人更胜一筹。And while most people recount break-ups and other painful experiences by recalling events and speaking to friends, Prof Mischel believes that it is important to view heartbreak from a distance.另外,大多数人在想起分手和其他一些痛苦的事情时都会去仔细回忆那些经历并且找朋友倾诉。而米歇尔教授认为在想起这些令人心碎的事情时还是不要太详细为好。“Common wisdom suggests that if we thoroughly revisit our negative experiences to try to understand why they happened, we’ll eventually be able to move on,” he said.他说,“通常的观念都认为人应当充分回想自身的负面经历,并从中找出原因,最终才能继续向前迈进。”“However, new research is showing that some people only get worse by continuing to brood and ruminate.“不过,最新的研究显示,有些人在反复回想之后,反而变得更糟了。”“Each time they recount the experience to themselves, their friends or their therapist, they only become more depressed. Self-distancing, in contrast, allows them to get a more objective view, without reactivating their pain, and helps them get past the experience.”“在他们每次对自己、自己的朋友或者医生回忆起这些经历时,都只会让自己变得更抑郁而已。与之相比,‘自我疏远’却可以使他们态度变得更客观,既不会揭心里的伤疤,还能帮他们摆脱这些经历。” /201410/333734It seems some wealthy Atlantans aren#39;t keen on the prospect of a drag-racing, egg-throwing Canadian teenager for a neighbor.看来亚特兰大的富豪们不喜欢醉酒飙车、向邻居扔鸡蛋的加拿大青年做他们的邻居。Given Bieber#39;s prior egg-throwing antics at his Calabasas residence, which are now under investigation by the Los Angeles County District Attorney#39;s office, the residents#39; wariness is understandable.鉴于比伯之前在位于加州卡拉巴萨斯的住所中向邻居扔鸡蛋的滑稽行为,并且其现在还在接受洛杉矶警方调查,这些业主们的谨慎是可以理解的。The event is set for Monday and so far 136 people have committed to the 6am event.此抗议活动从周一开始,到现在已经有136人加入。#39;As a community here in Buckhead, we have worked hard to achieve our goals and get to where we are. Justin Bieber’s relocation to Atlanta can be nothing but bad for our children, as well as the community,#39; s a statement on the Facebook page. #39;Some can’t even let their children play in the driveway without fear; he has raced vehicles under the influence before. What’s to say he won’t do it again?’“作为巴克海特社区的一员,我们一直以来努力实现我们的目标。贾斯汀?比伯搬迁到亚特兰大不会有什么好处的,只会对我们的孩子和我们社区带来严重影响,”社区业主在FACEBOOK上的声明中这样写道。“有些人甚至不放心让孩子在私人车道上玩耍,他之前曾酒后驾车,谁能说他不会再犯呢?”#39;As a homeowner down the street from this residence, one can assume many people will be contacting real estate agents soon enough. Please do not allow a child to ruin what we have worked so hard to obtain. Thanks for the support!#39;“如果作为这个街区的业主,你就会想到有很多人不久就会联系房屋中介。请不要让一个毛孩子毁掉我们努力奋斗一辈子的成果。感谢持!”The home in question is an million, seven-bedroom, 16,000 mansion built in 2010, reportedly near where his mentor Usher lives.据称,此豪宅建于2010年,价值1100万美元,有七间卧房,占地16000平方米,离他师父亚瑟的家很近。 /201403/278214

It#39;s often been suggested that the CEOs of the Fortune 500 are of above-average height. We#39;ve never done the number-crunching ourselves, but unofficial studies suggest the assertion has merit. Arianne Cohen, the 6#39;3#39;#39; author of The Tall Book: A Celebration of Life from on High, maintains there is a tangible correlation between height and success -- and offers up a variety of theories on why tall people tend to thrive in business and elsewhere. Fortune recently sat down with Cohen to talk about the role height plays in the workplace.经常会有人提到,《财富》500强企业的CEO身高都在平均线以上。我们从未亲自调查过相关数据,但是非官方研究表明这一说法并非空穴来风。身高超过1.9米(6英尺3英寸)的埃尔瑞娜#8226;科恩(Arianne Cohen)是《高个子之书:至高点的生命礼赞》(The Tall Book: A Celebration of Life from on High)一书的作者,认为身高和成功的确相关,并且提供了一系列理论说明为什么高个子的人更容易在商界和其他领域取得成功。《财富》最近采访了科恩,她就身高在职场中的影响发表了自己的意见。So there#39;s really a connection between height and success?身高和成功真的有关吗?It#39;s huge. Tall people make an average of 9 per inch per year (for every inch above a person of average height) and this has been shown repeatedly in a set of four large-scale salary survey studies over 50 years in both the U.K. and the U.S.关系很大。高个子的人每高出平均身高1英寸(2.54厘米)每年就多赚789美元。过去50年中这个数字在对英国和美国所做的四项大型薪酬调查研究中都反复出现。Numerous studies show that when bosses are given real and fictitious resumes of two competent employees, there#39;s about a 70% chance that bosses will pick the taller person for the job. In follow-up studies where the managers were asked to rate the employees coming in to the job, they gave flying color reviews to the tall people, which is hilarious because none of the employees had even done anything yet. The clear implication of this is that tall people are perceived as very competent before they ever display proof that they are.大量研究表明,当面对两个称职的求职者递来的有真有假的简历时,70%的情况下老板都会选择个子高的那一个。在后续调查中,每当经理被问及如何评价即将上任的员工,他们总会对高个子流露溢美之词。这点实在是很滑稽,因为这些员工还什么都没有做。从这不难看出人们先入为主地认为个子高的人能力也卓尔不群。Why is that the case?为何会如此?One reason tall people are successful is that they are very memorable. We are evolutionarily primed so that whenever somebody sizable walks in the room, everyone in the room glances, because millions of years ago the biggest person was either going to be a protection or a threat. Being memorable is a major boon if you#39;re doing great work, but it#39;s a double-edged sword: If your work is awful, everyone is going to know it; they won#39;t forget.个子高的人取得成功的一个原因是他们让人印象深刻,这点是在人类进化的过程中形成的看法。每当一个大个子进屋时,他会引起每一个人的关注,因为几百万年以前,块头最大的人要么是保护者要么是威胁者。给人留下深刻的第一印象是一把双刃剑:如果你表现出色,那会锦上添花;但如果你表现糟糕,那么也尽人皆知,因为人们都没有把你忘记。Tall people are also very good at guarding their personal space, and this pays off in spades in the workplace. When two friends are talking they tend to be 18 inches apart, when two coworkers are talking they tend to be about three feet apart. When a boss and an employee are talking they tend to be at least four feet apart. People always give tall people that full four feet. So when they do studies where they put a camera in an office floor and track the body language, tall people are related to by everyone in the room with that ;boss-space,; whereas with short people, coworkers crowd their personal space.身材高大者善于保护自己的私人空间,这使得他们在职场中容易获胜。两个朋友交谈时,大概相距0.45米;两个同事交谈时,相距大概0.9米左右;当老板和雇员交谈时,至少相距1.2米。和个子高的人交谈时,人们往往会保持1.2米左右的距离。根据放在办公室地板上的摄像机跟踪到的肢体语言记录,在和高个子同事交谈时,所有的人都与其保持着相当于和老板保持的距离,然而在和矮个子同事交谈时,则侵占了对方大量的个人空间。So how do you explain shorter CEOs like Jack Welch and Ross Perot?如何解释像杰克#8226;韦尔奇(Jack Welch)和罗斯#8226;佩罗(Ross Perot)这样身材相对矮小的CEO?These are broad statistics, and there are many short people who do succeed. But people of any height who are successful tend to display certain behaviors that correlate with success. Jack Welch#39;s wife actually told me that Jack thinks he#39;s really tall. And there are behaviors that correlate with success. Successful people, whether short or tall, are known and seen. You know when Barry Diller walks into a room, and Jack Welch commands his physical space. So shorter people who are powerful often display many of the same behaviors as tall people.有大量的数据表明许多身材矮小的人也取得了非凡的成就。但凡是那些获得了成功的人,无论身高几许,都会表现出和成功相关的行为特征。杰克#8226;韦尔奇的夫人告诉我,事实上杰克自认为很高大。成功人士无论高矮,其一举一动都容易引起公众注意。你知道巴瑞#8226;迪勒(Barry Diller)什么时候进屋,而杰克#8226;韦尔奇能控制自己的活动空间。换言之,大权在握的矮个子往往会表现出许多和高个子一样的行为。There are also a number of short CEOs who have succeeded by avoiding the corporate ladder and starting their own companies. This is definitely the case for Ross Perot, who is a self-made billionaire. Ron Perelman and Barry Diller also started their own companies instead of trying to move up from inside a company.还有很多身材低矮的CEO通过自己开公司取得成功,而不是通过在公司内部一个阶梯一个阶梯往上爬。罗斯#8226;佩罗就是一个典型的白手起家的亿万富翁。罗恩#8226;佩雷曼(Ron Perelman)和巴瑞#8226;迪勒也都是这样打出了自己的天下。What are the best and worst jobs for tall people?什么工作最适合高个子,什么最不适合?Tall people make more money and also tend to cluster in higher-paying fields. This is because they tend to thrive in fields in which social interactions take place, since they#39;re helped by their body language. So tall traits are going to shine in these kinds of jobs. For example, if I were a litigator, I would be able to use the full power of my tall body to command presence, whereas if I were a clerk sitting behind a desk, I would gain no benefit from being tall. Granted, plenty of tall people flock to other fields -- for example, there are a disproportionate number of tall people in police work, firefighting work, and physical work where being tall would be of value.高个子的人赚钱更多,也更容易聚集在高薪领域。这是因为得益于他们的身体语言,他们易于在社交互动性强的领域成功,也就是说高大的身材会在这类型的工作中发挥优势。例如,如果我是一名律师,我就能充分利用我身高的优势来把握我的表现,相反假如我是一个文秘,每天坐在桌子后面,那么我的身高就无用武之地。当然,还有很多高个子的人涌向其他的领域。例如在警察、消防员和其他一些能发挥身高优势的行业中,个子高的人占有极大的比例。What advice do you have for tall people in a job interview?对高个子在面试工作时有什么建议?They say that when you#39;re networking, your goal is to be liked. You want to make someone as comfortable as possible. To do this you need to adjust your body language and be hyper-aware of yourself. In my case, this means no hovering. I go out of my way to kill the dumb jock stereotype by being as verbally coherent as possible, and I always sit down as soon as I possibly can. I gain nothing by standing there flexing my physical might.有人建议说面试的时候要迎合对方的喜好,要尽可能的让对方感到舒。要达到这个目标,你需要调整自己的肢体语言并且高度注意自己的言行。对我而言,我不能拖泥带水,要当机立断。我的身材很容易让人把我当成一个笨拙的运动员,我会尽可能以清晰连贯的口头表达来消除这种成见,并且一有机会我就坐下,因为我不会从不断调整站姿中获得任何好处。Isn#39;t it sometimes better to be short than tall?是否有时候身材矮小比身材高大有优势?The big challenge for tall people is that they cannot hide. Tall people are always public, and this can be pretty tough. Short people and those of average height can camouflage and sort of disappear in a crowd when they choose to. It#39;s just a beautiful thing to be able to hide, and really stressful when you#39;re tall and not able to do this.对于身材高大的人而言,一个很大的挑战是不能隐藏。高个子的人总在人们注意之中,这其实是一件麻烦事。矮个子以及中等身材的人可以根据自己的需要在人群中伪装甚至消失在人们视线之外。能够隐藏是一件很美妙的事,可惜对于高个子来说,由于无法隐藏自我而总是活在压力之下。Have you ever wished you were shorter?你是否曾经希望自己变矮?Absolutely. In my first job, in consulting, we would sit around in the conference room and I would always be the one called out and asked questions -- especially when I hadn#39;t even had a chance to have my first cup of coffee. Now it#39;s not a matter of wishing I were short, but of wishing that I could make the awkwardness and all of the really god-awful body language just go away!当然!我的第一份工作是咨询,那时我们经常围坐在一个会议室里开会。有时候我都来不及喝第一杯咖啡就被点名发表意见。现在,重要的不是希望自己变矮,而是希望我可以避免做出笨拙和特别糟糕的肢体语言。 /201311/263738

Slimmers, be warned. Having a few drinks can wreak havoc with your waistline – even if you’ve switched to a low-calorie tipple.想减肥的人,注意了。即使只喝一点点酒也会危害到你的腰围,饮用低卡烈酒也不例外。Just one boozy session a week can lead to us taking on enough calories to put on 2lb, say experts.专家指出每星期仅酗酒一次,其摄入的热量就能让我们增重两磅(约0.9公斤)。And most of the flab comes from food we polish off when we’ve been drinking, rather than from the alcohol itself.而且大部分赘肉来自我们草草吞下的下酒菜,并非酒水本身。Feasting on fatty takeaways after the pubs have shut and combating a hangover with a full English breakfast can see men alone put away an extra 5,000 calories, research warns.研究者提醒:泡吧后摄食高脂肪的外卖,以及为减轻宿醉不适感而吃的全英式早餐,会使男士们额外摄入5000卡热量。Even if we otherwise stick to a healthy regime, a regular once-a-week night out could make us pile on two stone over a year.即使我们坚持健康的生活习惯,经常性的每周一次通宵聚餐也会使我们每年增加2英石(相当于12.7公斤)的体重。Slimming World, which commissioned a survey into drinking habits, says more needs to be done to highlight alcohol’s role in weight gain and wants cans and bottles to clearly display calorie counts.减重组织Slimming World发起一项针对饮酒习惯的调查,指出公众需要重视饮酒对肥胖的作用,并希望生产商在酒罐和酒瓶上标明其所含热量。The YouGov poll of more than 2,000 Britons reveals how drinking is contributing to the UK’s obesity crisis, which is now the worst in Europe.民调机构YouGov对2000多名英国人进行了民意测验,结果显示饮酒导致的英国人的肥胖危机是全欧洲最严重的。It found that the average man reaches ‘tipping point’ – the moment we start to drink and eat more than intended – after 10.5 units of alcohol, or about four pints of beer.研究发现,一般人摄入超过这个量——含有10.5个单位酒精的饮料,或4品脱啤酒——就达到了临界值。The extra drink after this point, combined with fatty food such as chips, kebabs, pizzas and hamburgers, leads to him packing away an extra 6,940 calories. This is more than three times the recommended daily intake for men and the equivalent of 38 bags of crisps.超过临界点的饮酒量和高脂肪食物如薯条、烤羊肉串、披萨和汉堡等,会让人多摄入6,940卡热量。这个量超出了男性日需热量的三倍,相当于38包薯片的热量。The female ‘tipping point’ is eight units – just two to three large glasses of wine. Beyond that, women consume an extra 5,725 calories – almost three times the daily recommended intake and the equivalent of nearly two dozen jam doughnuts.女性的饮酒临界量是8个单位酒精——仅为2到3杯葡萄酒的量:超过这个量,女性就多摄入了5,725卡路里的热量——这几乎等同于日需热量的三倍,相当于将近24个果酱甜甜圈的热量。 /201405/296752

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