留学文书写作-申请文书-个人陈述小短文 Short Essay-西雅图华盛顿大学要求的申请短文(中英文版本)

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留学文书写作-申请文书-个人陈述小短文 Short Essay-西雅图华盛顿大学要求的申请短文(中英文版本) 

Essay 2: In an essay of 300 words or less, choose one extracurricular activity, work experience, or community service project from the list you provided on the application and explain why you initially chose it, why you continued with it, and how you benefited from it.
 
       On an extraordinary cold, storming night eight years ago I sat riveted to a news story on television about a poor rural primary school where children struggled to concentrate on their tattered subjects, lacking in warm clothes.  I strongly felt that it was my duty to be able to do everything I could to help those children. I began very modestly, using my own savings and inspiring and organizing others to also help donate. However, when I managed to go there in person four years later, oh what a shock I received! 


       I found a village very advanced and prosperous: the school was new and bright and clean, classrooms were well equipped and spotless, and most of the homes were new three-storied brick or concrete buildings. For a moment my heart sank, my own sense of worth and contribution shrinking.  However, I was humbled and shamed for my false pride as I was greeted into the village head’s own home where students and their parents gathered to honour and thank me: 87 children whose family could not afford the tuition had been helped to attend school. An ‘Angel’s Scholarship’ fund had been set up in my honour, and 30 of the students professed the goal to be able to be like me – their ‘Special Anonymous Sister’ – working to be able to help others in the future. Truly, my efforts had taken root and grew!


       From then on, I actively organized and joined in the organizations that helped and cared about students in poor villages, with greater pride and inner motives, and deem it as my lifetime responsibility. The lesson I learned will carry on through my life: good deeds, like small seeds, flourish and grow to a strong tree; a tree of wisdom and social support.

TOPIC: The University of Washington seeks to create a community of students richly diverse in cultural backgrounds, experiences, and viewpoints. How would you contribute to this community? (250-500words)

     我的童年在杭州西湖边的村庄里度过,那儿号称中国的人间天堂,茶正是让人登临天堂的阶梯。

 

  小时候我就看到大人们种茶、采茶、制茶。父母因工作原因举家迁到了湖南后,家乡的亲人每年都会寄来一些新制的茶。当那些厚厚的包裹寄到之后,全家人都会抽出时间,聚在一起,每人泡上一杯新茶,这时,长辈们总会回想起一些故乡的旧事,那些往事带着茶叶的清香,被我们品尝。于是,我每年都会盼着家乡人寄来新茶,茶在我的心中不光是一种饮品,更是一条穿越时空的隧道,连接着三代之间的亲情与思乡之情。


  怀着那份对故乡的茶的渴望与记忆,我在前年回到了故乡,参与了采茶的活动。我们在天明前开工,待到旭日东升便结束。那时空中薄雾笼罩,我们穿梭在绿绿的茶树之间,有如绿叶间飞翔的彩蝶。


  每当学习紧张而熬夜至凌晨时,我总会喝上一杯浓茶。它会及时地将我身上的瞌睡虫赶跑,让我以清醒的头脑处理繁多的学习任务。十几年来,我积累下了丰富的茶的知识,懂得一点茶道。不论什么茶叶,我只要闻一闻、看一看、搓一搓、嚼一嚼,就能大致辨别出它的种类与质量。偶尔有外国朋友向我询问一些茶文化时,我会告诉他们:一壶好茶不光需要好的茶叶,包含茶具、水质、水温,甚至冲茶时水壶口的高度变化都将影响茶的味道。有一次,我跟一个有学问的外国朋友说了一个比喻:西方文化有酒神精神和日神精神的区别,我们中国的茶就像日神,追求一种清醒明白的境界。


  现在,茶在全世界100多个国家都受到欢迎,而它的故乡正是中国,而我的故乡就以西湖龙井茶闻名于世。虽然我至今没有喝过真正的西湖龙井——因为它太稀少了,但是作为一个茶农的后代,我想我多少可以为异国的人们讲述中国人独有的品茶之道。我希望能在怡人的夜晚,月亮升起的时候,在美丽的校园里与来自世界各地的同学一起品尝来自我家乡的新茶,同时听我介绍与茶相关的诗词文章。


TOPIC: The University of Washington seeks to create a community of students richly diverse in cultural backgrounds, experiences, and viewpoints. How would you contribute to this community? (250-500words)
When I think of the many different ways we can all adjust to different cultural backgrounds and experiences, I think of my own experience in moving from a small rural area to the large city. I spent my care-free childhood in a small village nearby the West Lake, Hang Zhou, where it has been well known in China as “Paradise on Earth”.  Local folklore tells legendary story that it is the local tea that constitutes the stairway to heaven.
 
When I was a child, I would see adults around me growing tea, picking tea leaves, and making tea from the leaves.  For career reasons, my parents had to relocate the entire family to Hunan during my primary school years.  Since then, our hometown folks have never stopped mailing us newly-made tea at the beginning of each New Year. The moment a parcel of tea arrives our family, young and old, would waste no time opening it and making a whole teapot full to share.  It is at this moment that the older generations cannot help thinking of the past stories—the indelible nostalgia filling their memories, reliving those sweet memories of the past folks associated with the fragrance of this tea.  Each year we await New Year and this special bonding of what is now family tradition.  Tea has become more than a simple beverage – it is more accurately viewed as a connection of blood and native land, a connection that transcends time and space, a connection that forges and reinforces the bonding of three generations. 
 
Filled with the desire for, and memory of tea — from no where else but my native village – I  returned in 2007, to this long-dreamed of land, and plunged myself into tea-picking activities side-by-side with the local folks.  We kicked off at dawn and finished up at dusk.  The mountain top was veiled by thin clouds, among densely grown tea trees; we traveled back and forth, like colorful butterflies among the green leaves. With the quick and quiet elapse of time, my hometown trip came to an end but has stayed fragrant and pleasant in my mind. 
 
I now consider my hometown tea as my ‘homesick’ tea, and I use it whenever feeling the weary strains of late night studying.  Immediately and magically, the drowsiness vanishes completely, and I am able to concentrate on arduous work with a refreshed mind.  Over the past decade, I have subliminally accumulated increasing knowledge of tea -- but I have not had the honor to taste the genuine Longjing Tea that originated from West Lake, for it is too scarce. I am, nevertheless, in a position to relate to others the uniqueness of Chinese tea, West Lake tea in particular.  I am hoping, more precisely I am dreaming, that on some pleasant exotic evening, I will be able to pass the tales of tea to my prospective foreign friends, classmates, and professors, while tasting the fragrance of the genuine tea from my hometown. 
Champion  supplement:Essay 1 In an essay of 300 words or less, please discuss your academic interests or professional goals. (Could you please trim it to 300 words?)
 
 
 
     In recent years I have had a passion for two things: to be an investor, and to be an entrepreneur. In the early days of starting out I was sure they were close to being one and the same: my investment choices were all winning out as if I were charmed.  In a short time I saw my first investment blossom and virtually explode gaining 300% in value!  This instilled in me not just great excitement but, alas, an unhealthy dose of arrogance.  I went on to make many other choices for reinvestment without much care or concern for what the ‘experts’ said.  Seeing myself as an expert by some great blessings, and endowments, I went on and proceeded to lose all of my first small fortune.  This lesson taught me well to work hard, do thorough analysis based on both seen and unseen factors, and still temper my decisions with a balanced approach to risk and growth.  It was a lesson I will take with me into my future studies, and it also paralleled changes in my view of entrepreneurship.
 
     Always inventive, balanced with an adventurous spirit for innovation, I have succeeded in registering two patents and hosting a popular website for small inventions and inventors.  Again, in the early days of seeing my plans and visions come to life, I enjoyed a heady exuberance at my prospects for success.  After my lessons of investing, however, I also took time to re-evaluate what goes in to becoming a successful entrepreneur.  This will involve careful planning, building on core knowledge and acquired skills in understanding such things as critical analysis, planning and, of course, working with others to bring plans and dreams into constructive fruition. These are the goals that will be solidified now with my education and experience.

代写留学文书题目:300字描述你的学科兴趣或专业目标


  我是一个好动的孩子,为了培育我镇静的能力,父母让我从6岁开始便学习钢琴。现在,除了读书学习,我最爱做的事就是弹钢琴与做实验了。做实验和弹钢琴一样,都需要一双灵巧的手,否则任何一个细小的偏差都可能导致实验的最终失败。正是钢琴为我塑造了这样一双灵巧的手。每天我都会花一部分时间去做实验。实验带给我的快乐是那么的令人振奋,特别是那次——


  初二时,MP3在校园里极为流行。可经常戴耳机却是一件令人痛苦的事。我打算给自己的MP3买个外接迷你音响,因家乡是座地处偏远的山城,商品品种不多,以致一周下来我也始终没找到合适的音响。尽管此前我很少涉及电子类实验,但我还是决定大胆尝试一次:自己动手制作音响。


  首要工作便是印刷电路图和了解音响构造。从《中学生科技》上,我将这些问题一一解决了。接下来便是筹备器材与实际操作。当初,光一个电焊就把我难住了,因为日常接触焊接技术的机会很少,以致操作电烙铁时我着实吃了不少苦头:当冒着青烟的松节油滴在手上时,总会烫得我哇哇直叫。此外,我连电子元件之间的连接到底是用橡胶导线还是直接用元件的引脚也搞不懂。于是,我大胆尝试用引脚做导线,结果带来一系列麻烦:引脚的氧化膜需完全清除,以防止接触不良。这些都考验了我的耐力与细心。好在我都挺过来了。不过,在改造音响与MP3接口时,更大的困难出现了。音响接口适用于DVD/VCD,与MP3接口不同。由于能插入mp3耳机孔的插针额构造我当时并不懂,不知插针额的三个极中正极、负极和零线如何区分,我于是从3cs007耳机上剪下它的耳机插针,一个电极一个电极地试;耳机插针弄坏了,我便向同学讨要废旧耳机;有时,甚至拿着木棍去垃圾堆挑捡。


  一个月后,音响完成了。当它传出音质优美的Billie Joe Armstrong 沙哑的歌声时,我感受到了一股前所未有的惬意与欢欣。这里有艺术的魅力,也有科学的神奇。这个世界,不就是被艺术的心点燃,用科学的手打开的吗?我想,艺术赋予我的灵感将一直伴随我,直至带我走入科学的最高殿堂。
在所填的申请表中选择一次课外活动或社会实践经历进行300字的描述,说明你选择的原因及你从中获得了什么。


麦迪逊(民间艺术篇)


  我们湘西少数民族的艺术天赋总会降落在少数天才身上。我的小学美术老师便一直固执地把我视为这样的天才,可我自己却并不这么觉得。我只是对我们湘西少数民族的古老民族艺术有着执着而强烈的热爱。这份热爱,正是这篇神奇的土地赋予我的。我们少数民族聚居地,虽没有发达的交通、先进的技术,却保留着最原始的艺术激情与方式,比如说我们用树叶做乐器,用泥土做器皿,用稻草编制衣物,并手把手传承给下一代。


  每当工作学习之余,这些最古朴、最有地域色彩的湘西少数民族文化活动便成为了我们最大的娱乐休闲方式。“撕纸”是苗族的一种古老的民间工艺,撕纸者需根据自己的想象力和记忆力抛开图纸来进行创作。我从4岁开始学习撕纸,到今天,已有十二年,我的撕纸作品多得不可胜数,包括各种我们民族的图腾和形态各异的生肖脸谱;前年,有些作品还被刊登在了《儿童手工实验课程——乡土篇》上,作为我们地区儿童美术教学课程。


  现在,我即将要出国留学,这意味着我在未来的几年中将告别家乡。可是,不论我走到哪,我最终都是要回去的,因为古老的民族文化艺术需要继续传承下去,更需注入更多的现代科学与文化艺术。当我4年后返回家乡时,我相信我能将我所学到的新知识带给我的民族,并为它注入新的活力。
 
 
香槟(课外活动篇)
  我的家乡在湖南的湘西,那儿没有发达的交通、先进的技术,却保留着最原始的艺术激情与方式,比如说我们用树叶做乐器,用泥土做器皿,用稻草编制衣物,并手把手传承给下一代。每当工作学习之余,这些最古朴、最有地域色彩的湘西少数民族文化活动便成为了我们最大的娱乐休闲方式。“撕纸”是苗族的一种古老的民间工艺,撕纸者需根据自己的想象力和记忆力抛开图纸来进行创作。我从4岁开始学习撕纸,到今天,已有十二年,我的撕纸作品多得不可胜数,包括各种我们民族的图腾和形态各异的生肖脸谱;前年,有些作品还被刊登在了《儿童手工实验课程——乡土篇》上,作为我们地区儿童美术教学课程。


  小学毕业后,我每年都会利用假期,回到当年就读的小学,教学弟学妹们撕纸、刻纸等系列民族工艺,而每当过年过节,我也总会收到他们的一些美术作品。每当看到这些,我仿佛在他们身上看到了自己的身影。我们古老的少数民族文化艺术能延续至今,依靠的正是一代一代人的不懈传承,而我只是众多传承者中的一员。我想,这就是我为什么要帮助学弟学妹们的原因。

香槟题目2:描述一次你的课外活动经历以及它带给你的收获。


  前段时间我收到了一盒纸鹤,还有一盘PRAY的录音带。打开一听,我感动的眼泪就忍不住流了下来。这是三四十个当地教堂的我的“学生”用中文给我录的祈祷,纸鹤是我教他们如何叠的,说这是中国人表达祝愿的方式之一。我知道他们是想为我的高中最后一段时光带来最好的祝愿。


  对于一个无神论的中国学生来说,这样的经历是有些神奇的:在一年半的时间里,每个星期风雨无阻地在当地教堂里,一遍又一遍地教着用中文祈祷,渐渐和“学生们”建立起了极为深厚而特殊的友谊。


  对于外国人来说,中文无疑是最难学习的。即便是教最简单的中文问候语,都要反反复复百余遍。我做了无数的努力,尝试把祈祷词翻译得更生动准确,还录制下了我用中文pray的碟片,让大家回家时练习。我一个一个字地教,一次又一次地重复,100个字花费了半年的时间才教完,有时确实觉得快坚持不下去了。但是,当所有人齐声用中文PRAY的时候,我的心灵受到了无限的震撼,我看到有些美国朋友的眼角中挂着泪水,我好象听到了最贴近神的声音。


  代写留学文书这种声音是一直激励我的源泉:他们虔诚、善良,为了自己的理想和信仰,坚持了如此长的时间,就为了学会用一个古老的语言去祈祷,希望有一天能去往中国,让更多中国人听到上帝的声音。而我,不管遇到多大的困难,只要心中有自己的坚持的梦想,一定会坚持下去。我和这个教堂,我和他们,是永远在一起的。

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