Journey in Life: kid
Showing posts with label kid. Show all posts
Showing posts with label kid. Show all posts

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Anh hùng thời đại

đứa trẻ nằm dài trên 3 ghế trên tàu, bị người đàn ông (thản nhiên) ngồi lên (dạy 1 bài học)...
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People love to moan about "the problem with the kids these days..."

...The youth in question was spread out over three seats with his feet up, engrossed (mê mải) in his phone. According to Isabel, a fellow commuter, the lad refused to move for three people.

Until this gentleman turned up and basically just sat on him. It's a bold move, but it might have paid off.

Clearly shocked, the young man pulls a genuinely priceless face, and the adult woman travelling with him makes a halfhearted (không thật tâm, không nhiệt tình) attempt (cố gắng, nỗ lực) at intervening (can thiệp).

As for the bloke (người cục mịch, người thô kệch) who's just plonked (đánh rơi (cái gì), đặt (cái gì) xuống một cách nặng nề với tiếng sấm) himself down, he just carries on as if sitting on a kid is the most normal thing in the world.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Ông ngoại dễ tính

cho cháu chơi điện thoại, biết cả mật khẩu tài khoản tiền để mua thức ăn,

và đã sốc khi bị mất toàn bộ lương hưu gần 140 triệu vnd vì cháu tip và mua quà tặng... gái xinh trên mạng :D
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...Li then checked his bank transactions records and discovered that almost all of his money had been paid to live-streaming app iQiyi in the span of three days.

...“He likes to play on my mobile phone and knows the password to my online cash account,” Li was quoted as saying.

He said he gave the pin number (mật khẩu) to his grandson so he could pay for food on his own. Li admitted (thừa nhận) that he rarely supervises (chẳng mấy khi giám sát) the child’s transactions online.

Li, who lives with his daughter and son-in-law, revealed that the 40,000 yuan in his bank was his retirement income (thu nhập từ lương hưu) for the entire year (trong cả năm).

After the family reported the case to iQiyi, the company conducted an investigation (điều tra) and said it would offer a refund to the grandfather. Since Xiaowei is deemed a minor in China, he has limited civil conduct capacity.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Mừng Kim Jong Un đến Việt Nam

cắt tóc kiểu chú Ủn, miễn phí... :)
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At a barbershop (tiệm cắt tóc) tucked away (chui vào, rúc vào) in a Hanoi alley (ngõ hẻm, phố hẻm), Le Phuc Hai patiently (kiên nhẫn) waits (đợi) for the dye (nhuộm (tóc, vải...)) to turn his black hair the orange shade of President Donald Trump's locks (lọn tóc).

On a chair next to him, 9-year-old To Gia Huy emerges as the spitting image of a miniature Kim Jong Un. "Many people say that I look like Kim Jong Un, especially when I have this hairstyle," said Huy, who is nicknamed "Un" for his likeness to the North Korean leader. He was unable to hide his excitement (hào hứng, phấn chấn) that Kim is coming to the Vietnamese capital (thủ đô) next week for his second summit with the American president, and hopes (hy vọng) for a chance (cơ hội) to see Kim in person (gặp trực tiếp).

As the summit (hội nghị thượng đỉnh) frenzy (điên cuồng, mê loạn) grips (thu hút (sự chú ý)) Hanoi, hairdresser Le Tuan Duong has joined in, offering free Trump or Kim hairstyles to about a dozen customers.

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Có nên lấy tiền mừng tuổi của con?

đừng,

bị con kiện ra tòa, và phải trả cả gốc lẫn lãi đấy...
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It is a Lunar New Year tradition in China to give children money in red packets, known as hongbao. But when the unnamed child’s father, surnamed Su, withdrew the saved funds from the bank – with interest – his son took him to court.

The case was heard in the Baiyun (Bạch Vân) District Court in Guangdong (Quảng Đông) province, southern China, which recently ordered Su to return the money to his son.

...Su had deposited 3,000 yuan (US$440) into the child’s bank account between February 2014 and March 2015. The money had been given to the boy in red packets. In March 2016, Su withdrew the entire amount, together with interest of 45 yuan, without his son’s permission.

...During the case, Su accused (buộc tội) the boy’s mother of abusing (lạm dụng) the child’s ignorance (không biết/thiếu hiểu biết) and misleading (lừa dối, lừa gạt, phỉnh lừa) him into suing. Su claimed the money was given to the child by his friends and relatives who were unrelated to the mother. He also said he had promised his son to return the money, together with the interest, when he grew up.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Hãng hàng không và những cách phục vụ dễ thương

nữ tiếp viên cho con của hành khách (hết sữa công thức) bú :)
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A flight attendant (nữ tiếp viên) went the extra mile for a mother who had run out of formula to feed her baby on a domestic flight in the Philippines.

...Organo said she knew the flight was going to be significant. Not only was she qualified on that flight for the role of cabin crew evaluator but she also "got to help."

"Thank you, Lord for the gift of mother's milk," she wrote.

Breastfeeding has numerous health benefits for babies. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it lowers the risks of some infections, Type 2 diabetes and asthma (bệnh hen, suyễn) -- to name but a few.

But the US Food and Drug Administration recommends checking with a doctor before feeding a baby breast milk from another mother.

Feeding a baby milk from a woman who is not the mother risks exposing the child to infectious (hay lây, lây nhiễm; nhanh chóng ảnh hưởng đến người khác, có thể lan truyền sang người khác) diseases (bệnh), "to chemical contaminants (chất gây ô nhiễm), such as some illegal drugs, and to a limited number of prescription drugs that might be in the human milk," according to the FDA's website.


Saturday, November 10, 2018

Không vứt rác bừa bãi lấy đâu ra việc cho công nhân môi trường

cẩn thận đấy,

bà mẹ trẻ ấn độ vứt tã bẩn của con xuống đất, trúng dây điện cao thế -> bị điện giật chết luôn (quá thương tâm)
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The woman tried to throw a soiled diaper (tã bẩn) in an open land. It was then when the 24-year-old suffered (trải qua, gánh chịu; dung thứ, chịu đựng) the fatal (chết người, gây tai họa, chí tử) electric shock (điện giật).

The incident occurred on Tuesday when Annu had come over her uncle's house. Annu, instead of disposing the dirty diaper properly using a diaper disposal (máy nghiền rác) or flushing it down the toilet, decided to toss (quăng, ném) it from the terrace (sân thượng, sân hiên) of the house.

In her attempt to throw the diaper, the nappy struck the overhead power cable (dây điện) and the vigour (sự mãnh liệt, tính chất mạnh mẽ, khí lực) of the shock was so immense (mênh mông, bao la, rộng lớn) that Annu's clothes immediately caught fire (bắt lửa).

She was soon rushed to a hospital but was referred to another hospital where she breathed her last. Annu's body has not been given to the family as an autopsy (khám nghiệm tử thi; phân tích tỉ mỉ, mổ xẻ) is yet to be conducted...

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Gian nan cha đi tìm con

bác sĩ mua răng của john lennon đăng báo tìm... con rơi của john để cùng nhau đòi quyền thừa kế cơ ngơi 400 triệu usd
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A DENTIST who bought John Lennon’s tooth is looking for potential love children (con ngoài giá thú, con hoang) of the late (quá cố)-Beatle in a bid to stake a claim to his £400million estate.

Dr Michael Zuk, 45, from Alberta, Canada, purchased the legendary  (huyền thoại) songwriter’s decayed (sâu, mục, thối rữa) molar (răng hàm, răng nhai) at auction (cuộc đấu giá) in 2011 for around £20,000…

Speaking with The Sun Online, the dentist has sensationally revealed that he plans to stake a claim to the music icon’s vast estate using DNA from the body part.

He said: “I am looking for people who believe they are John Lennon’s child and have a claim to his estate and hopefully I can legitimise (hợp pháp hóa) their claim. John was a very popular guy who was having sex with lots of women and I doubt birth control was on his mind.

…“I would ask anyone who is participating to sign a commission agreement which would mean if they were related they would pay my company a percentage of their inheritance. Like a finder’s fee.”

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Kinh nghiệm đưa trẻ đi Bảo tàng

chú ý quan sát con thật kỹ,

phụ huynh một bé ở kansas có thể phải đền 132.000 usd (hơn 3 tỷ đồng) vì bé làm vỡ đồ trưng bày
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The child’s mother, Sarah Goodman, said the incident (việc bất ngờ xảy ra) happened during a wedding reception (lễ đón dâu) last month.

Surveillance video shows the child hug (ôm) the sculpture (bức tượng/tác phẩm điêu khắc), then seconds later, it fell.

“We heard a bunch of commotion (rung chuyển, chấn động, náo động) and I thought, 'Whose yelling at my son?'” Goodman explained. “This glass mosaic (tranh ghép mảnh) torso (tượng bán thân) is laying on the ground and someone is following me around demanding my personal information.”

Following the incident, Goodman and her husband received a letter from an insurance company (công ty bảo hiểm) saying they were negligent (cẩu thả, lơ đễnh) for not monitoring (giám sát) their children.

Bài trước: Mất trật tự

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Mất trật tự

bé 12 tuổi gọi 911 để phàn nàn món salad không ngon
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A Halifax District Royal Canadian Mounted Police release Thursday pointed out that this incident (việc bất ngờ/tình cờ xảy ra; việc xô xát/rắc rối) shows how important its is for parents to speak to their children (cha mẹ nói chuyện với con cái) about appropriate use (về sử dụng thích hợp) of 911.

"While many can relate to the dislike of a salad at times, this raises a more important issue that warrants discussion at all ages," Cpl. Dal Hutchinson said. "The improper (sai, không đúng, không phải phép) use of 911 is an issue with all age groups and it ties up valuable  (có giá trị lớn, quý giá, rất có ích, quan trọng) resources (nguồn lực), preventing (ngăn cản, ngăn chặn) emergency  (khẩn cấp) first responders from dealing with real emergencies."

Bài trước: Rất trách nhiệm

Friday, June 1, 2018

Rất trách nhiệm

một người đàn ông florida trèo lên cao, giữa công viên, và hét to cho trẻ em 4-6 tuổi vây quanh ở dưới: 'em bé đến từ đâu?'...
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...Officers said Ryan at first was approaching tourists and making inappropriate (không thích hợp, không thích đáng) comments (lời bình luận, nhận xét) to women in an effort to get their male partners to confront (đối đầu, đe dọa) him. An officer in the area was watching him at the time.

"I watched (Ryan) walk over to the busy playground area and climb to the top of one of the children’s toys that was being occupied by children between the ages of 4 and 6," an officer wrote in an arrest report. "He then started shouting from the top telling the children that babies come out of women" — and used a vulgar (thô tục, thô bỉ; khiếm nhã, tục tĩu; thiếu thẩm mỹ, thiếu tế nhị) term in doing so.

"At that time parents were rushing to the area to remove their children," the officer wrote.

Police noted that Ryan has caused a number of disturbances (náo động, quấy rầy, nhiễu loạn) in the area recently — and jail records show a number of arrests over the last year on charges of disorderly (mất trật tự xã hội, bừa bãi phóng đãng) conduct, battery and carrying a concealed (che giấu, che đậy) weapon.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Kiếm việc mà làm đi chứ

bố mẹ kiện lên tòa án, yêu cầu tòa bắt đứa con 30 tuổi (thất nghiệp) ra khỏi nhà...
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An upstate New York judge Tuesday ordered a 30-year-old man to move out of his parents’ house after they went to court to have him ejected (tống ra, đuổi ra).

Michael Rotondo told the judge he knows his parents want him out of the split-level ((nhà, phòng) có sàn của phòng này ở nửa chừng (cao hơn hay thấp hơn) phòng bên cạnh) ranch (nông trại) they share. But he argued that as a family member, he’s entitled to six months more time.

State Supreme Court Justice Donald Greenwood rejected that as outrageous, the Post-Standard of Syracuse reported.

Rotondo told reporters he’ll appeal (kháng án).

Mark and Christina Rotondo brought the court case after several eviction (đuổi ra khỏi nhà, trục xuất) letters offering money and other help were ignored.

..."Michael, here is $1,100 from us to you so you can find a place to stay," a Feb. 18 letter starts. It goes on to suggest he sell his stereo, some tools and any weapons he may have to gain money and space. "There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you," the letter reads. "Get one — you have to work!"

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Không giờ rồi

trường học ở Anh gỡ đồng hồ treo tường vì học sinh nhìn mà không hiểu giờ
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Teachers are now installing digital devices after pupils sitting their GCSE and A-level exams complained (than phiền) that they were struggling (vất vả, vật vã) to read the correct time on an analogue clock.

Malcolm Trobe, deputy general secretary at the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL), said youngsters have become accustomed to using digital devices.

...“They are used to seeing a digital representation of time on their phone, on their computer. Nearly everything they’ve got is digital so youngsters are just exposed to time being given digitally everywhere.”

Mr Trobe, a former headmaster, said that teachers want their students to feel as relaxed as possible during exams. Having a traditional clock in the room could be a cause of unnecessary stress, he added.

“You don’t want them to put their hand up to ask how much time is left,” he said.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Cha mẹ thường xuyên la mắng con cái sẽ để lại hậu quả gì?

cậu bé giai mới 12 tuổi thôi, bị mẹ mắng, 

-> lấy thẻ tín dụng của mẹ, bay từ Úc tới Bali chơi, ở khách sạn 4 sao, uống bia tẹt ga, đi xe máy dù chưa có bằng, 4 ngày tiêu hết 6.100 usd...
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After getting in a fight with his mom, the boy — identified by the pseudonym (biệt hiệu, bút danh) Drew — stole (ăn cắp) her credit card  (thẻ tín dụng) and booked a spiteful (hằn học, đầy thù hận, gây ra bởi ác ý) runaway flight from his home in Australia to Denpasar.

Drew planned it all out: He tricked his grandmother into giving him his passport and packed a backpack with some t-shirts and shorts. Instead of going to school in the morning, Drew took a train to the airport. He checked into his Jetstar flight through a self-service kiosk, and passed through security without any problems.

...The only time Drew was questioned about traveling alone was at Bali customs. But he told the immigrations officer that his mom was waiting outside — and off he went.

Once in Bali, Drew rented a motorbike and scooted around town (despite not having a license) and bought beer (though he says he didn’t like the taste). He was staying at the four-star All Seasons Hotel, where he checked in by telling staff that his sister would be joining him later

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Đức cấm bán đồng hồ thông minh cho trẻ em

Cơ quan Quản lý viễn thông Đức đã cấm các doanh nghiệp bán loại đồng hồ thông minh dành cho trẻ em vì lo ngại thiết bị này giúp các bậc phụ huynh nghe lén con cái và vi phạm luật giám sát...
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A German regulator has banned the sale of smartwatches aimed at children, describing them as spying (do thám, gián điệp) devices.

Telecoms regulator the Federal Network Agency urged parents who had such watches to destroy them. One expert said the decision (quyết định) could be a "game-changer" (thay đổi cuộc chơi) for internet-connected devices.

"Poorly secured smart devices often allow for privacy invasion. That is really concerning when it comes to kids' GPS tracking watches - the very watches that are supposed to help keep them safe,"

..."Via an app, parents can use such children's watches to listen unnoticed to the child's environment and they are to be regarded as an unauthorised transmitting system,"
"According to our research, parents' watches are also used to listen to teachers in the classroom (nghe được cả thầy cô dạy ở lớp)."

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Trò chơi và ứng dụng dạy con bạn học lập trình

shared via WSJ.
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Products That Help Kids Learn to Code
Some popular websites, games and apps parents are using to teach their children coding concepts

"Hello Ruby"
Book, ages 5-7
A picture and activity book that introduces programming basics.

Code Monkey Island
Board game, ages 9 and up
Players guide monkeys around an island to reach a banana grove, applying programming concepts to avoid hazards and reach their goal.

ScratchJr
Website, app and programming language, ages 5-7
A recent version of the popular visual-programming language, revised for children under age 8. The original Scratch website offers programming for 8+.
PBSKids ScratchJr
App, ages 5-8
Kids use the ScratchJr visual programming language to make up stories and games featuring characters in PBS children's shows.

Hopscotch
App, ages 9-11
Children create games and designs using a block-based programming language.

Lightbot
Online game, app, versions for ages 4-8 and 9+
Kids use icons to solve puzzles, directing a robot to light all the tiles in various mazes.
Move the Turtle
App, ages 5+
Kids program a colorful game starring a turtle.

Bài trước: Không thể nhịn được cười với cách bảo vệ con của ông bố này

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Vì sao rất nhiều trẻ em vẫn bị suy dinh dưỡng?

EXTREME poverty has been halved in the last 25 years, but hunger and malnutrition are far from being eliminated

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

9 tháng, bé làm gì trong bụng mẹ?

Life is truly wonderful! In fact, the development of human life in the womb is just amazing. Did you know that everything about you — including how tall you would be, the color of your eyes, and the color of your skin – was all determined at the time of fertilization?

Month-by-month you grew in the safety and comfort of your mother's womb until the big day of your birth finally arrived!