In recent years, the problem of college students’ wasting time has become increasingly seriouson university campuses and more and more people voice growing concern over it.
Such a phenomenon has brought many unfavorable consequences.
To begin with, parents are the direct victims, because children’s wasting time on campus means that parents’ wishes may never be fulfilled inthe future.
What’s more, it is extremely harmful to students themselves in that they may lose the best opportunity to lay a solid foundation for tomorrow’s career.
Last but not least, an unhealthy atmosphere will come into being in universities as wasting time becomes more and more co妹妹on, which, obviously, goes against the aim of university education directly.
It is more than necessary that all of us joined in the efforts to fight against this notoriousphenomenon.
As to me, I am determined to make an all-around plan and strictly carry it out in order to live a happy and fruitful life on campus.
Moreover, I will try to consult teachers and peers so as to be more reasonable andenterprising.
Only when every one of us realizes the importance of time can we put an end to the adversetrend.
Recently, the Ministry of Education launched a new reform,specifying that Peking Opera be setas part of the compulsory courses at primary and middle schools.
The reform has caused an enormous amount of controversy in society.
Many people in favor of it agree that it may contribute a lot to promoting traditional Chineseculture.
But even more people are against it for they think it is not quite feasible in teaching practice.
As to this issue, my view is that Peking Opera should step into classroom,not as a compulsorycourse, but as an optional one.
On the one hand, teaching Peking Opera at school could popularize traditional art so that morepeople will know and love it.
On the other hand, however, to some extent, setting a new compulsory course will add tostudents’ academic burden which has been already heavy enough.
Therefore, by setting Peking Opera as an optional course,students may have more freedom todecide whether to take it or not.
In a word, promoting and developing traditional culture cannot merely depend on“revitalizing Peking Opera”.
The key lies in improving the cultural awareness of the whole nation substantially.
China’s Ministry of Education has carried out an education loan system for years.
The government grants interest-free loan to millions of college students from poor familiesevery year.
However, some student debtors fail to repay their loans, even after graduation.
It is the national priority to push the whole education, in which students from poverty-stricken families have the right to be offered the money andthe fair opportunities.
Our government has a duty to provide and protect a comprehensive and high-qualityeducation for its entire citizen.
Accordingly, the students have to pay back the money during and after their school days.
Credit is supposed to be presented as well as money.
Otherwise, they, the loan defaulters, lose their credits, which is not the result of our education.
To be honest is the best policy.
Students learn the technical and survival skills, and they, first of all, have to learn to be ahuman.