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2019年10月17日 21:52:12 | 作者:华健康 | 来源:新华社
Some of the highlights were things like ;The Terminator,;其中有一些让我引以为荣的,像《终结者》;Aladdin,; the ;Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles.;《阿拉丁》还有《英雄神龟》(《忍者神龟》的英版名字)Because I was from the ed Kingdom,因为我来自英国they thought the word ninja was a little too mean for children,英国的有关部门觉得“忍者”对孩子们来说太不雅了,so they decided to call it hero instead.于是他们决定改用“英雄”。I personally preferred the Spanish version, which was ;Tortugas Ninja.;对个人来说,我其实更喜欢西班牙版的名字,叫做“Tortugas Ninja”(《忍者神龟》的西班牙版名字)。That was much better.这个比英版的那个好多了。Then the last game I did was based on trying to get the game industry我们想让游戏产业与好莱坞电影互相合作来做出点什么东西。and Hollywood to actually work together on something --我做的最后一个游戏就是这样的。instead of licensing from each other, to actually work.我说的不是互相发许可,而是真正在一起合作。Now, Chris did ask me to bring some statistics with me,Chris要求我带一些相关数据来,so Ive done that.我带来了。The game industry in 2005 became a 29 billion dollar business.游戏已经在2005年变成一个290亿美元的产业,It grows every year.而且每年它都在增长。Last year was the biggest year.去年是游戏产业最繁盛的一年。By 2008, were going to kick the butt of the music industry.到2008年,我们就会超过音乐产业。By 2010, were going to hit 42 billion.到2010年,这个产业将会达到420亿元。43 percent of gamers are female.43%的游戏玩家其实是女性So theres a lot more female gamers than people are really aware.所以在实际生活中女性玩家的数量比人们想的要多得多The average age of gamers?游戏玩家的平均年龄?Well, obviously its for children, right?大家觉得是小孩对不对?Well, no, actually its 30 years old.错了,其实是30岁。And interestingly, the people who buy the most games are 37.很有趣的是,买游戏数量最多的玩家其实是37岁。So 37 is our target audience.所以37岁时我们的目标用户群。All games are violent.所有游戏都是暴力的。Of course the newspapers love to beat on this.当然所有的新闻媒体都爱这样说。But 83 percent of games dont have any mature content whatsoever,但是其实83%的游戏并不包含任何的成人内容so its just not true.所以游戏很少是暴力的Online gaming statistics.关于网络游戏的数据I brought some stuff on ;World of Warcraft.; Its 5.5 million players.我带来了一些《魔兽世界》的数据,它有550万玩家It makes about 80 million bucks a month in subscriptions.光从游戏的订阅上,每个月这个游戏就可以赚上8000万美元It costs 50 bucks just to install it on your computer, making the publisher about another 275 million.要安装这个游戏要50美元,这为发行商赚来2750美元的利润The game costs about 80 million dollars to make,游戏大概花了8000万美元来制作,so basically it pays for itself in about a month.所以其实它一个月就把游戏制作花费赚回来了。A player in a game called ;Project Entropia; actually bought his own island for 26,500 dollars.游戏中的一个叫做“Project Entropia”玩家花了26500美元买了一座岛You have to remember that this is not a real island.别玩了这可不是一座真的岛He didnt actually buy anything, just some data.他实际上什么都没买到,买到的只不过是一些数据而已But he got great terms on it.但是他赢得了很好声誉This purchase included mining and hunting rights,这桩生意包括了采矿权和打猎权ownership of all land on the island, and a castle with no furniture included.岛上的土地所有权还有一座城堡不包括家具This market is now estimated at over 800 million dollars annually.这个市场现在估计是每年8亿美元And whats interesting about it is the market was actually created by the gamers themselves.有趣的是,这个市场其实是被玩家们自己建立起来的They found clever ways to trade items and to sell their accounts to each other他们不断找到找到各种聪明的货品交易手段,或者互相销售游戏帐号so that they could make money while they were playing their games.因为这样可以在玩游戏的同时达到赚钱的目的I dove onto eBay a couple of days ago just to see what was gong on, typed in World of Warcraft, got 6,000 items.我几天前去eBay上看了一眼,我想看看魔兽世界怎么样,就搜索了一下,发现了6000个商品I liked this one the best: a level 60 Warlock with lots of epics for 174,000 dollars.我最喜欢的一个是,一个有很多经验的60级的术士,价格是174000美元Its like that guy obviously had some pain while making it.好像那个人玩游戏的时候受了多大的罪似的So as far as popularity of games, what do you think these people are doing here?要说游戏有多流行,大家认为这张照片上的人在干吗?It turns out theyre actually in Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles他们当时正在洛杉矶的好莱坞露天剧场listening to the L.A. Philharmonic playing game music.听L.A. Philharmonic演奏游戏音乐Thats what the show looks like.这是一张当时演唱会的照片You would expect it to be cheesy, but its not.你可能觉得那场演出一定是很俗气的,但它不是Its very, very epic and a very beautiful concert.那场演出其实非常精,就像一部史诗And the people that went there absolutely loved it.观众对那场演出都十分满意What do you think these people are doing?这帮人在干吗?Theyre actually bringing their computers so they can play games against each other.这是电子竞技,他们把电脑搬到这个大房间里来玩游戏对战And this is happening in every city around the world.这个画面在全世界每个城市都会出现This is happening in your local cities too, youre probably just not aware of it.你的城市也不例外,只不过你没有注意罢了201511/412440I was one of the lucky ones, who got to shake his hand.我是和他握手的幸运者之一。Carter saw Baldwin County on my name tag that day and stopped to speak with me.卡特看见在我的名字标签上写着鲍德温县,于是停下来和我说话。He wanted to know how people were doing after the rash of storms that struck Alabama that year.他想知道人们在阿拉巴马州的风暴袭击后怎样了。Carter was kind and compassionate; he held the most powerful job in the world but he had not sacrificed any of his humanity.卡特善良,有同情心,他拥有世界上最有权势的工作,但他具有人道主义精神。I felt proud that he was president. And I felt proud that he was from the South.我为他是总统而感到自豪。更为他来自南方而感到自豪。In the space of a week, I had come face to face with two men who guaranteed themselves a place in history.在一个星期内,我已经与两个在历史上有着举足轻重地位的人打了照面。They came from the same region. They were from the same political party.他们来自同一个地区。他们来自同一个政党。They were both governors of adjoining states. But they looked at the world in very different ways.他们都是毗邻州的州长。但是他们用非常不同的方式看世界。It was clear to me, that one was right, and one was wrong.我很清楚,哪一个是正确的,哪一个是错误的。Wallace had built his political career by exploiting divisions between us.华莱士通过制造我们之间的分歧来建造他的政治生涯。Carters message on the other hand, was that we are all bound together, every one of us.另一方面,卡特主张是人们都是联系在一起的,包括我们中的每一个人。Each had made a journey that led them to the values that they lived by, but it wasnt just about their experiences or their circumstances, it had to come from within.每一个人都进行了一次旅程,引导他们找到他们生活的价值,但它不仅仅源自于他们的经历或生存环境,它必须来自内部。My own journey in life was just beginning. I hadnt even applied for college yet at that point.在生活中,我自己的旅程才刚刚开始。在那时我还没申请大学。For you graduates, the process of discovering yourself, of inventing yourself, of reinventing yourself is about to begin in earnest.对于你们毕业生而言,发现自己,开发自己,改造自己的进程正急不可待。Its about finding your values and committing to live by them.它关乎于找到你生活的价值观并去奉行。You have to find your North Star. And that means choices. Some are easy. Some are hard. And some will make you question everything.你必须找到你的北极星。这意味着选择。有些容易。有些困难。有些会让你质疑一切。Twenty years after my visit to Washington, I met someone who made me question everything.我访问华盛顿的20年后,我遇到了一位让我质疑一切的人。201512/414803Your Excellencies,Ladies and Gentlemen, Its a great pleasure to be here tonight and its incredibly encouraging to see such an unprecedented gathering of Heads of Government, Ministers and experts from around the world. And Id like to particularly thank Jackie Chan again for his unwavering support of this issue and for coming all this way tonight. I feel enormously grateful that you have asked me to address you – this room is full of people whom I admire immensely and I feel humbled to be here. My father, The Prince of Wales, who will also be attending the London Conference tomorrow, has always been a passionate advocate of wildlife conservation – as has my grandfather, The Duke of Edinburgh, who has championed the cause for decades. We are, as a family, so honoured to be part of this movement. We will stay the course with you until you succeed. Tonight we are here with a single, shared purpose–to use our collective influence to put a stop to the illegal killing and trafficking of some of our worlds most iconic and endangered species. Never before has a group like this come together – in these numbers – to stop the illegal trade in wildlife. All of us in this room have a duty to make sure that tomorrow, 13th February, is a date that marks the beginning of the end of this despicable trade. The Conference will bring together leaders from around the world who will pledge to reduce both the supply and the demand driving this trade. Lets not for a second underestimate how important this step is. The illegal wildlife trade is now the 4th most lucrative transnational crime after drugs, arms and human trafficking. It is estimated to be worth between 10 and 20 billion dollars each year. Some might imagine it is a crime without human victim, but over 1,000 rangers have been killed in the past 10 years. Every week, another two rangers are murdered by poachers. There is also evidence that poachers activities are funding international terrorism. The scale of the trade continues to increase dramatically and is becoming ever more sophisticated. Poachers now operate in highly organized, international criminal gangs. Technology is also being exploited for the sale of these goods, with illegal products openly and easily available online. But we need to believe in our ability to turn the tide. We need to tackle wildlife crime with a concerted global response as vigorous and forceful as the trade itself. We need to set aside differences, speak with one voice and act as one global community. I am delighted that this is happening. As President of ed for Wildlife, I am proud that seven of the worlds largest field-based organisations, and my Foundation, have taken the first steps to create a powerful global alliance, addressing both demand and supply issues. ed for Wildlife recognises five specific areas which need to be addressed. If I may, I will briefly list them: First, we must strengthen protection for endangered species through the use of sophisticated new technology, including GPS trackers and drones. Secondly, by working with experts in marketing, youth leaders and policy makers, we can work to reduce the consumer demand for illegally traded products. Thirdly, legal systems are key to fighting wildlife crime. We need to support the judiciary and local authorities to combat trafficking, and to shine a spotlight on successful law enforcement. Fourthly, we need to encourage the private sector–including shipping companies and others – to declare a zero tolerance approach to the illegal wildlife trade.? Finally, and perhaps crucially, we need to support local communities to ensure their livelihoods improve as a direct result of these conservation efforts. The ed for Wildlife organisations are committed to these five pledges, which have been drawn up because they are achievable. I know that all of you in your own ways are aly helping to implement these pledges, too. Let me say again what I said a few moments ago: tonight is an unprecedented gathering. The fact that we are all here gives me faith that we can turn the tide against the illegal wildlife trade. Lets turn tonights goodwill into action, and, please, lets be part of the movement that can tell our children and grandchildren that we saved these extraordinary species for them. Thank you so much for being here tonight.201501/355836

This Remembrance Day marks 96 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the Great War. The Great War was the crucible in which our nation’s identity was forged. From a population of under five million; 417,000 enlisted, 332,000 served overseas, 152,000 were wounded and 61,000 never came home. It was sacrifice on a stupendous scale. After the Armistice, we vowed never to forget and today, we renew that vow. At 11:00am, wherever we are, Australians will fall silent. We pause to remember the suffering and loss that has occurred in all wars, for we are a country of memory, as well as memorials. Today, we will remember the courage, achievements, pain and loss of all who have served in our name. And we draw strength from their memory. Lest we forget.201506/380585

American leadership美国领导In each of these cases, we should not expect change to happen overnight所有这些情况下 我们都不应当指望变化在一夜间实现Thats why we form alliances not just with governments, but also with ordinary people正因为如此 我们才同政府 甚至普通民众建立起联盟For unlike other nations, America is not afraid of individual empowerment we are strengthened by it同其它国家不同 美国并不害怕个人拥有太大权力相反 个人赋权让我们更强大Were strengthened by civil society公民社会让我们更强大Were strengthened by a free press新闻出版自由让我们更强大Were strengthened by striving entrepreneurs and small businesses奋力拼搏的企业家和创业者让我们更加强大Were strengthened by educational exchange and opportunity for all people and women and girls教育交流以及所有人的平等机会让我们更加强大包括女性Thats who we are. Thats what we represent这就是我们 这就是我们所代表的I saw that through a trip to Africa last year我去年在一次去非洲的访问中看到where American assistance has made possible the prospect of an AIDS-free generation while helping Africans care themselves for their sick美国援助在帮助非洲人解决看病问题的同时正让没有艾滋病的未来变得不那么遥不可及Were helping farmers get their products to market to feed populations once endangered by famine我们正在帮助农民将农产品销往市场为曾被饥荒威胁生命的人提供粮食We aim to double access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa so people are connected to the promise of the global economy我们计划将非洲撒哈拉以南地区的电力供应提高一倍让人们能够更好地分享世界经济的成果And all this creates new partners and shrinks the space for terrorism and conflict所有这些努力都会为我们赢得新的伙伴让恐怖主义无机可乘 压缩冲突发生的空间Now, tragically, no American security operation can eradicate the threat posed by an extremist group like Boko Haram the group that kidnapped those girls悲剧的是 美国的安全行动并没能根除科圣地这类极端主义组织的威胁正是该组织绑架了那些尼日利亚女孩And thats why we have to focus not just on rescuing those girls right away but also on supporting Nigerian efforts to educate its youth因此 我们不应只将注意力集中在营救那些女孩上我们还应帮助尼日利亚教育年轻人201506/381377

Unlike any other creature on this planet, human beings can learn and understand, without having experienced. They can think themselves into other peoples places.与这个星球上任何其他的动物不同,人类可以学习和理解未曾经历过的事情。他们可以换位思考,能够设身处地去体会他人的感受。Of course, this is a power, like my brand of fictional magic, that is morally neutral. One might use such an ability to manipulate, or control, just as much as to understand or sympathize.当然,这种能力就像我在小说里虚构的魔法一样,没有邪恶之分。有人可能会利用这种能力去操纵或控制别人,也有人选择用它去了解和同情他人。And many prefer not to exercise their imaginations at all. They choose to remain comfortably within the bounds of their own experience, never troubling to wonder how it would feel to have been born other than they are. They can refuse to hear screams or to peer inside cages; they can close their minds and hearts to any suffering that does not touch them personally; they can refuse to know.而很多人不愿去运用他们的想象力。他们选择舒适地生活在自己经验所及的范围内,从来不愿费心去想想如果生在别处会怎样。他们会拒绝去听别人的尖叫,不愿看一眼囚禁的笼子;对于与自身无关的苦难,他们会封闭自己的内心;他们会拒绝了解这一切。I might be tempted to envy people who can live that way, except that I do not think they have any fewer nightmares than I do. Choosing to live in narrow spaces lead to a form of mental agoraphobia, and that brings its own terror. I think the willfully unimaginative see more monsters. They are often more afraid. What is more, those who choose not to empathize enable real monsters. For without ever committing an act of outright evil ourselves, we collude with it, through our own apathy.我可能会受到诱惑,去嫉妒那样生活的人。但我不认为他们做的噩梦会比我更少。选择生活在狭窄的空间会导致不敢面对开阔的视野,那种生活同样会有恐惧。我认为不愿展开想象的人会看到更多的怪兽,他们往往更会感到害怕。而且,那些没有同情心的人会激活真正的怪兽。因为尽管他们自身没有作恶,但他们对于罪恶无动于衷,这已足以使他们成为作恶者的共谋。One of the many things I learned at the end of that Classics corridor down which I ventured at the age of 18, in search of something I could not then define, was this, written by the Greek author Plutarch: What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality.18岁时,为了追寻我当时还无法解释的东西,我踏上了学习古典文学的征途并汲取了许多知识,其中一点便是希腊作家普鲁塔克所说:我们的内在修养将会改变外在的现实。201402/275013

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