Dear Li Ming,
I heard that you had been admitted to a university. First,congratulations. I can well imagine how proud your parents are now, since they have been anxiously hope to witness your success. And then, I would like to give you some suggestions about your preparations for university life.
To begin with, you should set up your own goals about what you want to learn at the university and what you want to be after four years of learning. Then, based on your goals, you'd better start reading some books about your major and be familiar with your major. It helps you enter a better condition early. Last but not least, you should get used to an independent life soon. You have to cultivate an independent living style. The earlier you rely on yourself, the more quickly you can get a self-motivated university life.
That's all my suggestions. Hope you have a worthy summer holiday and enjoy yourself.
This bar chart shows the market shares of three different types of brand cars in domestic automobile market between 2008 and 2009.In 2008, Japanese brands cars took the lead in the automobile market, accounting for 35%, followed by Chinese brand cars, with 25% market shares. American brand cars fell behind, with merely 12% market shares. In 2009, Chinese brand cars saw a mild increase in their market shares, which came to 33%, while Japanese brand cars lost a lot of their market shares, taking up only 25%.American brand cars stayed almost the same position, occupying 13% market shares.
It could be concluded that more and more people choose to buy Chinese cars instead of buying the foreign brand cars. In the past, Japanese cars dominated the Chinese car market because of the comparably low price and low oil consumption. While, as our Chinese car industry has grown to be maturer and maturer, we could also produce cars with high performance, low price, and beautiful look. However, it cannot be neglected that the gap is not so obvious and if Chinese brand automakers want to make a big difference, they have to make more efforts.