Sharapova: The Queen is back
Sharapova wins! The 2012 French Open ended with Maria Sharapova winning her first French Open title on clay at Roland Garros and completing a grand slam that no one has done in years. It took her eight years of ups and downs, starting with her first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon in 2004. With Justine Henin retired, Serena becoming a mother and the Williams sisters in decline, Sharapova's rise on clay could be the beginning of a new era in troubled times.
Sholokhov: "Left" and "right" on the cost of the source
Stalin's wrist The process of Sholokhov's winning the Stalin Literature Prize is intriguing. 1940 was the first year of the Stalin Literature Prize. The supreme decision-maker of the prize committee was, of course, Stalin himself. Led by Fateyev, a member of the Central Committee and general secretary of the Writers' Association, Tolstoy, a famous writer, completed the novel "Grain" with Stalin as the main character and has been promoted by Stalin.
The First warrior of China: Meng Tian
Meng tien (? 210 BC), a famous general in the period of Qin Shihuang, is known as "the first warrior of China". Han nationality, ancestral Qi, Shandong. It is said that he once improved the writing brush, is the earliest developer of the northwest of the motherland, and is also the ancient development of Ningxia's first person.
"Long-distance Runner" Lo Kang-sui
Lo's investment in the mainland is not a whim. He has been visiting the mainland since the 1980s and running marathons for more than two decades. He has witnessed the crazy growth of China's real estate industry and has met many property developers who have become rich overnight but still adhere to the concept of not making a quick buck.
Chen Mingjun: "A man who knows books"
Chen Mingjun, who always keeps a low profile, is known as "the person who knows books" in the circle. His accurate grasp of the content quality of books and the unique positioning of the book market promotion make the new Classic Culture company create many legends of millions of sales in the book sales market. He has been compared to Bennett Cerf, the founder of Random House, the world's largest publishing group.
The academic dream of a female worker
Every day, Wang Lianli, a 57-year-old retired worker in Shanghai, puts on lipstick and gets spotless before she goes out, even if it's just to buy vegetables at a market. Go down to the sixth floor, turn right, and pass a group of retired old ladies under a tree who peel edamame, tease their grandchildren, and gossip about family matters. She never looks at them.
The dream of the father of Doraemon
A sign outside the museum warns that rats are forbidden, as Doraemon is most afraid of them. They married 50 years ago, when he was still an unknown comic book writer. His dream, he told her, was to paint something that children would remember for the rest of their lives.
When Ryan: Turn micro to Ann
Modesty was not a virtue of Wen Ryan, nor, I'm afraid, did he regard it as one. On the back cover of his novels are a series of weighty recommendations: "In recent years, I will read Rui 'an's wuxia novels" (Jin Yong), "Now the only wuxia novels left are Wen Rui 'an's" (Ni Kuang). Gu Long and Zhang Che, are also "it depends on him", and "the young generation of novels in the best" such comments. Most of these comments date back to the 1980s.
The past is the best guide to the future
one When he was in the first grade of primary school, he chased flies around, put them into matchboxes, filled them with recently, and handed them to the class teacher one by one. This was the only effort that six-year-old Liu Xiangcheng could make for his situation -- to fight for the red scarf by removing the four evils more vigorously than others. The primary and secondary school in Gubei, Fuzhou Military Command, where he lived, was full of revolutionary children, and he was the descendant of a big landowner. "I was all red and one dot black '."
I can change the world without being president
Talia Le Mans is only 17 years old, but she is already the CEO of a charity that has raised more than $10 million in six years. Today she is not only a socialite but also seen as a future US presidential candidate. But Talia said, "I can change the world even if I'm not the president."