No one in China has failed to notice that goods are wrapped(包装)in flaring (华美的，花哨的)boxes or bags. Taking a look around，we can find examples with ease：a small computer is packed in a thick and heavy(又厚又重)carton，clothes are putted in a well-designed plastic bags(塑料袋)which printed various kinds of patterns and colors and so on.
What are the causes of this problem? On the one hand, in order to earn more economic gains(经济收益), a considerable number of (很多)manufactures usually wrap their products with unnecessary but appealing (吸引人的)materials aiming at attracting customer’s attention , arousing their curiosity and then stimulating their purchasing desire (吸引顾客的注意力并引发他们的好奇心). On the other hand, quite a few customers believe that the more delicate the package seems，the superior the quality will be(包装越精美，产品质量就越好),the notion has also encouraged the trend of excessive packaging. However, the emergence of excessive package(过度包装) has given rise to(导致)many undesirable consequences that can’t be neglected (不容忽视). For one thing，it is a waste of precious and limited natural resources，which will thus pose underlying (潜在的) threat to our offspring generation(子孙后代). For another, customers are often deceived by artificial external packing rather than being provided with high-quality goods .
To change this situation, I think we should take the following measures. First, laws must be made and implemented to impose restriction on (实行限制) excessive packaging. Second, a public education campaign should be launched to arouse customers' consciousness (意识) that packaging doesn't equal to quality, and also let them know the bad impact of it. Only in this way can we put an end to this trend (结束这种趋势).
There is a growing tendency (越来越多的趋势) nowadays that people in mounting numbers have participated in (参加)the test for national civil servants. Millions of students are full of enthusiasm about (热衷于)working as a civil servant.
The following reasons can account for this kind of craze. Above all, One of the traditional notions in China is that(中国的传统观念之一是)the more stable the work is，the happier the will be. (工作越稳定，生活越幸福). Civil servant, as one of the most stable professions in today’s China, becomes their preferable (更合意的)choice. Moreover, in recent years, the salary and welfare(收入和福利)of civil servants also ranks high (排名靠前) among various professions, which undoubtedly (毫无疑问地)attracts many graduates. Besides, the high social status of civil servants is also a factor that can’t be neglected (不容忽视的) .
the craze for civil servant is a phenomenon that requires objective recognition. Graduates should not regard being a civil servant as their only choice, It is difficult to say which is the better trade(行业). one can become the master of his trade provided he is diligent and tries hard(只要肯努力，行业无贵贱，行行出状元). Moreover, If most of high quality talents gather in the government departments，it will be a waste of talents and resources and it will exert a negative impact on the (产生消极影响) long-term development of a nation.
My View on the Postgraduate Craze
There is a growing tendency nowadays that undergraduates in growing numbers take the postgraduate entrance examination (研究生考试) . taking a look around, we can find numerous examples with ease: some students reject (拒绝) the chance of working for a prestigious company (知名公司) but continue to pursue a master degree. While still others resign from their current position and then go back to school, they regarded the pursuit of a master degree as an indispensible part of their education and even a chance to change their life.
What is to account for their enthusiasm for a postgraduate diploma? Firstly, it is the demand of knowledge. In an age of knowledge and information explosion (知识和信息爆炸时代), what you have learned in college can hardly keep pace with(与…同步) the growing demand (日益增长的需求) in society. Talents who are equipped with (有) the latest knowledge and skills are highly needed than ever before. Secondly, it is well-know that the more education you have, the more likely you are to succeed(你受到的教育越多，成功的可能性就越大). Compared with those without a master degree, masters will enjoy more preferential treatment (优先待遇), for example, better salaries, more opportunities for promotion and training. A postgraduate degree can guarantee a more promising (有希望的)career.
As far as I am concerned, this trend is reasonable and understandable(合理的，能理解的). with the graduation of a larger number of college students, competition for jobs becomes increasingly fierce. One way to gain more advantage over others is to acquire a higher degree. Therefore, no wonder millions of students consider pursuing a postgraduate degree as necessary(必需品).
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