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以一带一路为班会主题的演讲稿

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谁有关于一带一路的演讲稿,有英文的更好,五分钟左右,长一点也没事,谢谢。

World leaders gathered in Beijing over the past two days to hear China’s plan for global trade: the One Belt One Road initiative. Nearly 70 countries and international organizations have signed up for the mega infrastructure project, said president Xi Jinping at the close of the summit today (May 15), but others still have no idea what it is. The next gathering in Beijing is slated for 2019.During his speech at the opening of the “Belt and Road” forum, Xi pledged at least $113 billion in extra funding for the initiative, and urged countries across the globe to join hands with him in pursuit of globalization.“We have no intention to form a small group detrimental to stability,” Xi said. “What we hope to create is a big family of harmonious co-existence. ”What the heck is it?It’s all about building massive stuff, mostly around transport and energy: roads, bridges, gas pipelines, ports, railways, and power plants.Proposed by Xi in 2013, the program is an estimated $5 trillion (pdf) infrastructure spending spree that spans 60-plus countries across Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Africa.Hailed by Xi as a “project of the century,” the plan fits into his bigger narrative that China is setting an example of globalization, filling the void left by the US under Donald Trump’s “America First” policy.What’s with the name?It’s a mouthful. The “One Belt” part of it refers to the Silk Road Economic Belt while the “One Road” refers to the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road. Jointly, they’re meant to be a revival of the ancient Silk Roadtrading routes. Don’t get too tied to OBOR: China might be toying witha different acronym. Meanwhile, one writer noted it’s an even more unfortunate acronym when you have a Belt and Road Forum, or BARF. A few people are mixing and matching for OBOR\\\/BRI.Who’s in and who’s out?China says the project is open to everyone, but it has also identified 65 countries along the Belt and Road that, since the early stages of the proposal, it has insisted will participate in the initiative—whether they’ve confirmed it themselves or not.Together, the 64 nations plus China account for 62% of the world’s population and 30% of its economic output (pdf).Nevertheless, only 20 of those nations sent their heads of state to the OBOR summit over this past weekend, and most of them are smaller Asian countries that are economically dependent on Beijing. A total of 52 nations are confirmed to have had some level of participation in the forum.Those included the United States and North Korea. Matthew Pottinger, senior director for Asia at the National Security Council was the US representative at the forum, despite a previous plan to send a low-level Commerce Department official. Pottinger showed up in Beijing soon after the Trump administration announced a major agreement with China on trade, which entails an endorsement of the Belt and Road Initiative.The North Korean delegation at the forum, led by minister of external economic relations Kim Yong Jae, was overshadowed by his nation lobbing yet another ballistic missile May 14, in reaction to calls to rein in its weapons program.Chinese planners had reportedly hoped for at least some top Western leaders to attend the OBOR forum, including British prime minister Theresa May, in order to burnish the plan’s credentials. Instead, the UK, Germany and France sent their lower-ranking officials to Beijing.India was absent. The country has boycotted the Belt and Road Intiative, mainly due to concerns over the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a key part of the initiative that runs through disputed Kashmir.How’s it going so far?China has never published any comprehensive list of all OBOR-related projects or deals. The initiative is vaguely conceived and described at the first place, perhaps to make it easier to bundle anything it wants into it. As leading players in the initiative, about 50 Chinese state-owned companies have invested in nearly 1,700 OBOR projects since 2013, said the Chinese government days ahead of the Beijing forum.The flagship projects include the $46 billion China-Pakistan corridor, a 3,000km high-speed railway connecting China and Singapore, and gas pipelines across central Asia. The Belt and Road initiative has also entered regions as far as New Zealand, Britain and even the Arctic.Nearly $500 billion worth of projects and M&A deals were announced in 2016 across seven infrastructure sectors including utilities and telecoms in OBOR countries, a decline from 2015, according to a report from audit firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (pdf) in February. A third of the projects and deals were in China, PwC said, and the rest spread across other OBOR nations.Breaking them down, PwC found that the value of newly announced projects has been flattening, going up just 2.1% in 2016 from the earlier year to about $400 billion. And M&A deals in 2016 fell 49% in dollar value from the previous year, PwC noted, citing stricter capital controls amid a weakening yuan.By another gauge, foreign direct investment from China to other OBOR nations went down 2% in 2016 year-over-year and has dropped an additional 18% (paywall) so far this year, according to the Financial Times, citing commerce ministry data.Where does the money come from?The $113 billion in extra funding Xi promised will be disbursed through three different sources. These include the state-owned Silk Road Fund, which was officially launched in 2015 with $40 billion of initial capital, and two Chinese policy banks, the China Development Bank and the Export and Import Bank of China. Some analysts have warned (paywall) that some OBOR projects financed by these banks may lose money–maybe a lot of it.Two multilateral institutions led by China, the Beijing-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)—with its registered capital of $100 billion—and the Shanghai-based New Development Bank—with $50 billion starting capital—are also major financiers of the initiative. In 2016, for example, the AIIB approved $1.7 billion in loans to nine development projects along the Belt and Road.Chinese lenders are also powering the new Silk Road plan. Louis Kuijs, head of Asia research at Oxford Economics, estimates that the annual Chinese lending to other OBOR countries stands at around $130 billion(paywall) in recent years—and the bulk of that is from commercial banks.Speaking at the Beijing forum, Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the Chinese central bank, has pledged (link in Chinese) to help domestic banks fund more OBOR projects in the years to come. He added that China is also seeking financial cooperation with other OBOR nations, as its own resources are limited.China is also hoping that other countries and funds will pitch in.

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安全在我心中,生命在我手中热情的五月、阳光灿烂,生命就如同这飞火流萤一样的美丽

曾经有人问,世界上最美丽的花朵是什么

有人说是玫瑰,有人说是牡丹,有人说是杜鹃,有人说是水仙。

但我说,最美丽的花朵是我们那怒放的生命之花。

和生命相比,所有的鲜花都显得那么苍白,是生命创造了无数的奇迹,是生命丰富了人间,是生命生动了世界。

安全,是一个永恒的主题。

安全是什么

安全就是生命。

生存是每个人最基本的权力,没有生命就没有一切。

对每个人来说,生命只有一次,谁都没有权利去践踏。

我们需要珍爱生命,为了家庭,为了自己。

安全就是效益。

企业的效益来自安全,企业的生存离不开安全。

事实证明,只有抓安全,才能取得效益。

安全是我们工作的态度,是寻求利益的原则,是我们每个人奋斗在此的一切。

没有安全,我们的生命就无从保障;没有安全,我们的队伍就无法稳定;没有安全,我们的生产就无从着手;没有安全,我们的企业效益从何谈起而对于一个企业来说,则是我们生产中最重要、最基本的要求。

安全生产既是人们生命健康的保障,也是企业生存与发展的基础,更是社会稳定和经济发展的前提。

安全就是幸福。

有人曾说安全是幸福,也有人说有钱就有幸福,我说对于一个人来讲平安就是幸福,平平安安是幸福的基础,而失去安全的保障也就毫无幸福可言。

安全靠什么

安全靠的是责任心。

在我们工作和生活中的每时每刻,安全隐患都象凶残的野兽般盯着我们麻痹的神经。

“珍爱生命,安全第一”这八个大字,我们每个人都要铭刻在心中。

这八个字不仅仅是一个口号,它生动的说明了安全和我们每个人的关系。

“责”是我们的“责任心”和“职责”等,“安全无小事,人人有责”,就要求从我做起,从我们身边的小处着手,真正树立安全第一的思想,而且需要我们大家齐心协力的长期努力。

“前车之鉴,后事之师”,目前社会上出现的一个又一个安全事故,绝大多数是违章操作,违章指挥,习惯性违章所引起,也就是一切的根源出现在我们的思想上,安全意识不足,凡事掉以轻心

安全工作只有起点,没有终点,我们必须提高警惕,牢固树立责任意识,时刻紧绷安全之弦。

安全对于我们个人及单位的意义,就好比罗盘对航船的意义一样,没有罗盘,在茫茫大海上航行的船便难以到达成功的彼岸。

“孩子,绕过前面的石子”,这是母亲在我蹒跚学步时的指点;“当心路上的汽车呀”,这是父亲在我飞车上学时身后的叮咛;“珍爱生命,安全第一”,这是我现在恪守的信念。

我们离开母亲的怀抱,摇摇晃晃行走在人生道路上时,我们一直依赖着“安全”这个拐杖。

没有它,我们可能会摔得头破血流;没有它,我们可能还来不及经历风风雨雨;没有它,我们更不可能到达人生辉煌的顶峰。

谁若忽视安全,谁就将付出惨痛的代价

我们最常听到的例子:就是,在宽阔的马路上,一骑车男子抱着侥幸的态度闯红灯,结果与一辆从侧面驶来的大卡车相撞,骑车人因抢救无效当场死亡;还有,放学路上,两名小学生一路上追赶嬉戏,在过马路时不幸被撞,造成一死一伤的惨剧。

安全,是多么美好的字眼,是那样的温馨,那样的倍感亲切。

然而,在现实生活中,却常常发生许多触目惊心的事故。

事故的发生有客观的原因,但更多的却是人为的原因造成的。

不注重安全宣传,不注重安全生产,不注重安全操作,使得多少生灵涂炭,多少幸福家庭惨遭不幸

前不久,我在网上看到一篇报道,一个30出头的小伙子在高空作业,因没有规范系上安全带,从高空坠落,一个年轻的生命就这样被无情的夺走了。

30多岁的他可是家里唯一的顶梁柱啊

他上有老,下有小,他走了,那个家也彻底的垮了。

死去的人啊

你可曾知道

当你闭上眼睛离去的时候,你的妻子哭的死去活来;你那白发苍苍的父母老泪纵横,人世间还有什么比白发人送黑发人更让人痛不欲生的呢

还有你年幼的孩子,他在用令人心碎的声音哭喊着,爸爸,您不能走啊

这一切,你若地下有知,你怎能不为当初在高空中的违章作业而倍感后悔呢

逝者已往,而留与生者的,该是何等的悲痛与无奈

这样活生生的教训,难道不足以敲响我们做好“安全”工作的警钟吗

朋友们,当你看到一个个鲜活的生命消失于车轮之下,当你发现一阵阵欢声笑语湮没在尖锐的刹车声中,当你面对那些触目惊心的场景时,难道不感到痛心疾首吗

安全意识的淡薄总是能让我们听到一次次血的教训,让我们看到一幕幕人间惨剧。

但你们想过吗,其实,80%的意外伤害事故是可以避免的。

红灯短暂而生命长久,当我们过马路时,多一份谦让与耐心,我们会收获更多美好。

我始终坚信,安全重于一切,而我们,是安全的第一责任人。

在生活和工作中,享受安全与健康的保障,是生命的基本需求,就像吃饭穿衣一样,甚至有时比吃饭穿衣更重要。

一个社会、一个国家、一个民族,和谐发展的过程中必须重视安全。

安全是一种文明,安全是一种文化,重视安全、尊重生命,是先进文化的体现;而这种文化的形成,要靠我们每一个人的不懈努力。

呼唤安全,呼唤文明,单位发展,安全第一。

重视安全,以人为本,安全责任,从我做起,我们的单位发展才能更加蓬勃,我们的生命之花才能更加绚丽

以一带一路为题目的演讲搞。

你这个主题可是需要花钱买的了。

因为需要的时间比较长。

以一路有你伴我前行为主题写一篇演讲稿

一路有你我是个出身在大山里的孩子,童年时每次都喜欢在大路旁边,观看路人在行走,看着他们匆匆的背影,常沉入思考。

小时候,家离学校很远,我很害怕踏上回家的路,但似乎错了

真想不到,一路有你

在一个凉爽的秋天里,黄叶满地,如金灿灿的阳光满铺大地,但在古人的眼里,更多的是带有悲伤落寞之意。

放学了,个个孩子都像被囚笼久困后又放出的小鸟,但我没有为此而高兴。

有几位好朋友问我:“发生了什么事

”“其实没事”。

在他们的追问下,我不好意思地说出了原因。

他们商量过后,决定陪我一同回去。

我为此非常感动,因为个个孩子放学后都去玩耍,几乎没有人愿意陪别人走一条很长的路……走了很远的路。

我们离开了城市的喧嚣,慢慢地走到了一座山面前,对于那时候的我们,这几乎不可攀登的,然而我们就在互相鼓励和帮助下登上了山顶,当时候真有“会当凌绝顶,一览众山小”的豪情壮志,大雁在天空鸣叫,似乎在为我们欢呼。

望着西下的太阳,有百般滋味,似乎重来没有过,但却有一种亲近的感觉。

走山路下山,蜿蜒回旋,悬泉瀑布飞漱其间,枝头山的小鸟也渐渐停止了鸣叫。

我在这条路上摔倒过无数次,这次也不例外。

朋友二话不说地把我扶了起来,问我“这条路这么滑和困难,为什么你还要走呢

”“这是我选择的路,也是我的人生唯一的路,一定要走下去

”月光已挂在天边,但太阳依然散发那绮丽的光辉,形成迷人的晚霞。

我们依旧没有停止前进的步伐

借助月光的映照下,朦胧地看见我家,它就在小溪边矗立着。

这是我们不禁异口同声:“孤藤老树昏鸦,小桥流水人家。

”终于到家了。

回望走过的路,我们不禁开怀大笑。

你看,那不正是人生的道路吗

有时候困难只是一眨眼的事,勇敢地你们不须介怀,只要坚定自己心中的梦想,勇敢地向前进就可以了。

我们会回味自己走过的路。

因为,一路有你

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