As the old Chinese saying goes，…… . It echoes with this picture in which…… . The title of the picture further points out that…… .
The picture is meant to…… . As far as I am concerned， I think…… . This universal truth can be particularly proved in the field of…… ， where…… .
A brief survey of history about also demonstrates the fundamental importance of…… .…… ， for example，…… . The same principle applies to common people as well， and I am sure everybody can benefit from…… .
From the picture we can perceive that…… . What astonishes the drawing and the readers is that…… . It is known to all that…… ， but it seems…… .
The artist utilizes this artistic presentation to imply a spreading vogue that…… . Ultimately， the trend boils down to…… . Accordingly，…… . To worsen the problem， this behavior is evoking…… .
In my point of view， we are in a prime time to curb the problem from deteriorating. First and foremost， the whole society should arrive at the consensus that…… . Besides，an awareness of should be infused into everybody's mind.
Write a letter to the president of your college about the unpleasant conditions of the university dormitory, and suggesting possible solutions
As I am a freshman, I feel that it is my obligation to make some suggestions concerning the basic conditions of our dormitory.
Generally speaking, the dormitory building situates in a satisfying environment and is well-equipped. However, there are two unpleasant aspects that cause inconvenience to us. Initially, the heating system is in need of improvement?it fails to maintain warmth in our rooms during the winter. Moreover, the furniture is not designed in a practical manner ?there lacks a shelf to place books.
I would be more than happy if my proposal could be considered and positive changes take place in these regards.
It is described by the chart that the aging problem has shown an irreversible trend in China. As we can see, the proportion that elders above 60 years old take in the whole population has risen up steadily by 0.4%-0.8% on average every year from 11.6% in 2007 to 13.7% in 2011, which has brought a heavy burden to our social security system. Generally speaking, the aging society is the strongest proof of a country’s sound development. It is hardly difficult for us to figure out this positive sign in developed countries.
However, what we should not ignore is the complicated situation in our motherland. First, China is a vast economic and political entity with the huge population. If there are too many olds but relatively less youngsters, we don’t have enough labors available to keep our development sustainable. Second, China’s social security system, involving insurance mechanism, health care policy, etc., is still in a low-developed level, which can barely meet the needs of vast majority of seniors. Thus, we still have a long hard trail to blaze.
Considering that the aging problem is termed as a critical factor to social stability, we have all reasons to be serious about it. Also, our government should reform the security system immediately to build up a sense of justice and equality.