From November 15 to 18, 2009, United States President Barack Obama paid his first visit to China. And he is the first president of US who comes to China in his first year of taking office. =come into power
Nowadays with the globalization of the economy, China and the US both play an important part in the world. And now, China
is the US’ third-biggest export market. On the one hand, there are many co-operations between China and the US. In face of
many global issues, China and the US have the same opinion and work hard together in solving them. During Obama’s visit,
the two countries have reached an agreement on the climate
problems. In the world, China gives out the most carbon dioxide while the US ranks the second. Both of the countries agreed to promote the development of renewable resources. On the other
hand, they are adversaries. Since the beginning of 2009, the US has launched 13 anti-dumping(反倾销的) policies into imported
Chinese goods and imposed(征收) high taxes, which made
China discontented，不满意(. But the two countries said
they could build a positive, cooperative and
stcomprehensive relationship in the 21 century.
From this visit, the US and other developed countries will get a further comprehension of
China. China aims at promoting the international
ust as Obama said: “The jobs development harmoniously. J
we do, the prosperity，繁荣( we build, the environment we
protect and the security we seek are all shared.”
Overall, the future of the two countries looks bright. China is getting more wealthy and powerful. But a country cannot rank among the strongest countries in the world without sufficient (充
足的；有能力的) scientific and technical strength. And all this is based on knowledge. As students, we should study hard to enrich ourselves, so that we can shoulder the heavy burden of building a prosperous，繁荣( China.
impose v. ?impose a ban/tax/fine (on) 实施禁令/征收税款/
1 The government imposed a ban on the sale
of endangered animals.
2 we have decided to impose sanctions on
countries that break the agreement.
?impose a burden on/upon 增加负担
The President’s health care proposals
would not impose any great burden on the
?impose sth on sb [将想法、信仰]强加于某人
parents who impose their own thoughts
on their children
?impose on/upon 打扰；麻烦
We could ask them to let us stay the night,
but I don’t want to impose on them.