Internet in China
According to the above chart， the number of the people who go on the Internet has increased from 3.04 million in 1999 to 118 million in 2004. This indicates that Internet has gained its popularity in China at a very high speed. There are many reasons for Internet‘s rapid development in China. First， as a convenient source of information as well as an efficient means of communication， Internet becomes more and more useful to our study and work. Second， due to fierce competition computer companies have lowered the price of their products. The cheaper computers become， the more users there are.
With computer， they can easily have access to the Internet. In addition， with the development of our society and the improvement of our living standard， people in China pursue a more colorful life with Internet. Some people download music and movies from the Internet， some join various clubs and make friends on the Internet， and some even often do some shopping through the Internet. Internet is also a sword with two edges. It brings about troubles for us. One common problem is computer viruses. They spread very quickly through the Internet and cause great damage to computer users. Another is crime committed through the Internet. As a result， we feel happy about the rapid development of Internet in China but at the same time we should guard against its negative effects.
A Boom in Continuing Education
From the graph, we can learn the number of continuing education participants has kept increasing from 2002 to 2008 in X city. In 2002 there were only 20 thousand people taking part in the continuing education, but in 2004 the number grew to 70 thousand, and in 2006 150, and by 2008, the number has reached 230 thousand. It can be seen easily that continuing education is gaining more and more popularity。
The following reasons are responsible for this boom in continuing education. Firstly, during the work many people begin to realize what they have learned in schools is far from enough. So they turn to continuing education to gain more knowledge and skills. Moreover, as the science and technology in China are developing very fast, adults after graduation have to refresh themselves. In addition, in modern society, those without bachelor's degrees or above are less competitive。
As far as I am concerned, the boom in continuing education is a necessity. It provides those on-the-job people with chances to get advanced degrees and gain more knowledge. As our society develops, more and more people will receive continuing education in the future。
To whom it may concern，
I‘m writing to complain about a train delay. I took the T435 train from Beijing to Tianjin on January 14th for an important business appointment in Tianjin. I was supposed to negotiate a business contract with a German company. But due to the train delay I was an hour late and the negotiators from the German company had already left when I finally arrived. As a result， my company suffered great loss and I received punishment consequently. Train delay is a common phenomenon in our country and has caused many losses and inconveniences. I think the railroad company first of all should take effective measures to reduce the occurrence of train delay. In addition， the railroad company should compensate the passengers in case of a train delay. I am looking forward to a satisfying reply soon.