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我的命空调给, 古人解暑有奇招

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A+国际教育:根据中国的24节气,在7月23日是中国的大暑,字面上理解也就是来到了一年中最热的时候,因此,大部分的中国人选择躲在家里,吃的东西就来外卖,在家里吹着空调,上着网,然后定义:我的命是空调给的;


但是对于古代的中国人,没有这么先进的科技和服务,那么他们是怎么避暑的?别担心,聪明的老祖宗早就想好了各种办法

 

The ancient refrigerator

古冰箱

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In spite of a civilization-wide obsession with hot water, ancient Chinese people did crave cold foods occasionally. Before they had the electric refrigerator, there was a device called the bingjian (冰鉴), or “ice container.” It’s usually made of bronze or wood, and had two layers. People filled the outer layer with ice cubes and food and drinks into the inner layer to chill. Putting the bingjian indoors and removing the lid of also made a makeshift air conditioner.

 

 

The automatic fan

自动电扇

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The “windmill fan (风扇车)” was invented in the Han dynasty, first used for the military, and later to thresh the grain. It also had to be hand-cranked by a human at the time. In the Tang dynasty, the machine was introduced to daily life, and a water wheel was used to power it so it could autonomously cool the home.

 

Bed-mats and porcelain pillows

床垫和冰枕 

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The bed-mat is still widely used in China today. People weave reeds, vines, or bamboo into bed mats, which are much cooler to lay on than a cotton-paddled mattress.

 

Not so popular today is the porcelain pillow, which, with its ceramic glazed surface, was supposedly pleasantly cool to sleep on (if rather uncomfortable for obvious reasons). It is said that Emperor Qianlong of the Qing dynasty was a big fan.

 

Captain Tips:

针对Furniture这个话题,

针对Things need replace这个话题,

是不是看到这个感觉灵感来了?

其实生活中很多的新闻都会成为你口语写作的素材,当灵感来的时候,别放过,写在自己的笔记本上,你的素材就会和别人不一样,IELTS的孩子们,考试加油啦!

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