1. Now in the age of the Internet, reading books does not seem as important as it once was. Do you think people can learn as much on the Internet as they can by reading books? Which method do you prefer?
2. It's been said that technology creates more problems than it solves and may threaten or damage the quality of life. Is this statement reasonable? What problems does technology bring us? Use specific examples in your answer, please.
3. Literature is a significant part of human culture and some say it can help form aesthetic taste. However, is it necessary for everyone to read poetry, novels, and other types of imaginative literature?
4. Many people know how to attain success, but few know how to make the best use of it when it comes. So how do you define success and how would you make the best use of it?
5. Do you agree that the people who make important contributions to society are generally not those who develop their own new ideas, but those who are most gifted at perceiving and coordinating the talents and skills of others And please give examples to illustrate your views.
6. Most people agree that buildings represent a valuable record of the past for any society, but controversy arises when old buildings stand on ground which modern planners feel could be better used for modern purposes. In such situations, should modern development be given precedence over the preservation of historic buildings so that contemporary needs can be served?
7. It is often asserted that the purpose of education is to free the mind and the spirit. However, formal education tends to restrain our minds and spirits rather than set them free. Do you think university education should be more open-minded and free? And what aspect of your university life should be improved?
8. In today's technological society, we're becoming busier and busier. But the primary goal of technological advancement is to increase people's efficiency so that everyone has more leisure time. How do you evaluate this situation? How can we improve it?
9. Strict laws are important for the security of our society, but there are many cases of injustice based on rigid laws. Should laws be fixed or flexible? Please explain your vies with examples.
10. One typical feature of the young generation is overconfidence. As a result, they lack the patience to do a basic job, dreaming that they can accomplish great things is misleading and/or potentially harmful?
11. which qualities do you look for in a boyfriend/girlfriend?
12. What would be your major consideration in choosing a job and why?
13. what is more important in your career, to make money or to be satisfied with your work?
14. Which is more important for you: knowledge from books or personal experience:
15. If you could live in a different time and place, what time and place would you choose?
16. What is your view on public displays of affection such as kissing on campus?
17. If we don't want to give money to individual beggars, what charities would you recommend that we support in China:
18. Do you think married couples have a better life without children?
19. why do you think Valentine's Day has become so popular in China?
20. Could you please tell us, in your opinion, what makes life worthwhile?
21. Are we allowing the Internet to intrude too far into our private lives?
22. Do we need so many television channels?
23. Is it time to scrap the May and October golden week holidays? 24. Is marking western holidays a sign of a modern China or of traditions sacrificed to commercial interests?
25. Should linguistic diversity be preserved, even at the expense of effective communication?
26. Are we becoming too susceptible to advertising?
27. Do you think people today are any closer to achieving a peaceful and harmonious future or harmonious world than Confucius, who lived 2000 years ago?
28. Should bargaining be outlawed and traders be required to advertise a fixed price for what they sell?
29. Should it be left to university students to balance their private lives and their studies?
30. Can the sacrifice of modesty in the interests of achieving success be justified
31. What do you think is more important for a child, a happy childhood or top marks at school?
32. Who should be the focus of investment in sport, the general population or potential Olympic champions?
33. Are boarding schools a good idea or are students better off at home?
34. Should Peking Opera remain true to its roots or change with the times?
35. Does modern society place too much emphasis on physical beauty?
36. Should Beijing's historic main avenue be open to all, big cars and small cars?
37. Is it right for major cities to lift the ban on firecrackers?