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在那遥远的地方,有一片新发现的土地
卉樱果 2005-11-09 12:59

就是加拿大最东面的Newfoundland 纽芬兰,没有直飞航班,到温哥华的机票比回中国还贵。
一个小朋友(怎么我的朋友都是小朋友?:wdb4: )在那里的圣约翰读博士,来维多利亚参加学术会议,顺便在我家度个周末。

估计BC省的难得去那里。把她的PP在这里show一下,

老中 2005-11-09 13:01


老中 2005-11-09 13:02

耐心等!

←个人の天空 2005-11-09 13:03

咋还没有呢

waiting~~~

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:04

好遥远噢

老中 2005-11-09 13:06

俺知道好看的在后面呢!

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:07

原来还有座号称为City的省府圣约翰在森林后面

zhou 2005-11-09 13:07

再来点

偏偏 2005-11-09 13:08

海真漂亮!!!好喜欢哦。

←个人の天空 2005-11-09 13:08

好PP,继续~~

支持~~~

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:11

只要十多万就可以买这样的一幢

zhou 2005-11-09 13:13

房价确实便宜,就不知道工作好找否,而且听说冬季时间长

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:13

哎,真想去那里

偏偏 2005-11-09 13:14

房子很灵呀

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:16

比我们的西温还漂亮

吉米 2005-11-09 13:18

昨天,电视上也看到了,老了去,养老。
照片很美

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:18

:wdb24:

偏偏 2005-11-09 13:19

那里好美好干净哦。

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:21

人口少,犯罪率低,那里的警察没事干

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:26

看到图腾才想起这里的原住民

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:28

怎么很孤寂的样子?

Emma 2005-11-09 13:31

怎一个美字了得?~~:wdb6:
可是,怎么还未出现中老师等待的那个“她”啊?:wdb16:

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:31

世外桃源

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:37

孤独的岩石默默屹立在海边

zhou 2005-11-09 13:37

漂亮,想去,就是不知道找工的难易程度

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:41

好美呵

xianzijj 2005-11-09 13:41

哇!!!!!!!!!!!!!加你声望!!!

xianzijj 2005-11-09 13:42

哎,今天夹得太多啦,不能加了,明天加你把!

Emma 2005-11-09 13:42

晕了晕了,再看下去,要和LG重新商定长登城市了~~

chinasudan 2005-11-09 13:44

好漂亮!

Emma 2005-11-09 13:45

引用:

作者: zhou
漂亮,想去,就是不知道找工的难易程度

海边老渔去那儿可能比较合适,而且一年中只有半年的活干~~~

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:46

这是世界上第一个越洋信号(电报)设施,建于1801年

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:48

这个没听清楚,小姑娘说当年战俘沉死在这个池塘,有冤魂,所以才叫这个名字。等她走后,突然想到,加拿大哪时有战争涅?

Emma 2005-11-09 13:51

:wdb20: 都收藏了,不会有侵犯版权之嫌吧?~~:wdb6:

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:52

便宜哦

温州道商 2005-11-09 13:54

23楼有中老师等的一个被父亲抱在怀里的小她,还有池塘里一群它她.

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:55

也是静悄悄的

温州道商 2005-11-09 13:56

退休后我就去那读书!

卉樱果 2005-11-09 13:57

小姑娘说温哥华一点也不像国外。临走时,偶问她会否考虑以后来温哥华工作,她说:绝不会!
她毕业后的理想是开个农场,偶正考虑去纽芬兰为她打工呢

温州道商 2005-11-09 14:06

经济发展总免不了环境成本的,程度大小有别而已.

Emma 2005-11-09 14:06

引用:

作者: 温州道商
23楼有中老师等的一个被父亲抱在怀里的小她,还有池塘里一群它她.

你看“她”的眼光着实比我精多了,发现“她”的本事着实比我大多了:wdb25:

lilianou 2005-11-09 14:16

很喜欢捕捉到阳光的那几张,光线直直的射下来,就像有天使从天而降.

Emma 2005-11-09 14:21

很喜欢21楼的两张,虽然有点孤寂,但也有种“虽然近黄昏,夕阳无限好”的意境~~

海阔天空 2005-11-09 14:35

美丽。加SW。

海边老渔 2005-11-09 15:26

俺喜欢35楼的,垂钓的好居处。不过俺要去了还得再种点草,置上一条船

粉色天空 2005-11-09 16:10

pp

wyman 2005-11-09 16:13

欣赏啊

东方蚊子西方血 2005-11-09 16:16

一看名字就觉得那地方很冷,嘿嘿。

china-yan 2005-11-09 16:19

去一趟玩一玩还觉得不错,常住感觉会有点荒凉...

卉樱果 2005-11-09 17:04

没有中餐馆
引用:

作者: china-yan
去一趟玩一玩还觉得不错,常住感觉会有点荒凉...


yyq61 2005-11-09 17:15

语言环境一定好!不知学英语,有补助吗?如有是多少?

Aim 2005-11-09 17:24

看的我就要去查地图看她的地理位置!不过机票太贵,不方便来回跑~~~~~~

kkk123 2005-11-09 18:10

实在是太太太美了!我去开中餐馆,你们来啊!!!

Aim 2005-11-09 18:50

引用:

作者: kkk123
实在是太太太美了!我去开中餐馆,你们来啊!!!

真的假的呀?

海阔天空 2005-11-09 19:44

有多少人到中餐馆吃饭?

卉樱果 2005-11-10 01:27

:wdb23:
引用:

作者: 海阔天空
有多少人到中餐馆吃饭?


恍然如梦 2005-11-10 02:09

好图片。

小南瓜 2005-11-10 02:19

风景很美。不过也许不太适合新移民。记得以前在其他论坛看到一个移民自己写的经历。他为了让自己有个语言环境,到爱德华王子岛去读书。语言环境是好,没什么中国人的。可是他高估了自己的适应能力,最后受不了回流了。其实刚来的时候在大城市落脚会有很多的便利,等适应了再往其他地方去不迟。小城市风景好,人少,相对工作机会也有限。有的家庭还要考虑读书,小孩教育等问题。在这里搬家,不管是在一个地区还是跑个上千公里是很稀松平常的事。

老中 2005-11-10 11:28

好秀美的地方!咦? 咋没有后续的了捏?!

下雨天 2005-11-10 11:35

真漂亮啊

老中 2005-11-10 11:37

引用:

作者: 下雨天
真漂亮啊

美还不去一趟,冷了就不好玩了,不过现在那里应该很冷了吧,看来最好是夏天去比较好一些。

欧若啦 2005-11-10 14:39

真美啊!

卉樱果 2005-11-10 14:56

忘了说,有意思的是,那里的人很纯朴。小姑娘看到一个老太太广告找租客,去了一看,好大的房子就老太太一个人住,当然说了“YES”。想不到老太太问小姑娘:“你要我付给你多少钱一个月?”
原来老太是找个HOUSEMATE。
现在小姑娘无需出租金,老太太无需出HOUSEMATE工钱,还变着法儿做西餐让小姑娘白吃。那个读书的小姑娘在那里呆得太幸福了,所以硕士毕业不想工作,继续读博士,反正有奖学金。

johnmei 2005-11-10 15:05

好美呀!我最喜欢蓝色的大海,但是有些忧郁和伤感。

johnmei 2005-11-10 15:06

加些粉粉!!!

kinndydu 2005-11-10 16:29

这就是我上次看过的地方,那里华人很少,圣约翰市,加上留学生才1000个人,用英法语言的,很不错,顶。我在考虑拿到VISA就去那里。

卉樱果 2005-11-10 18:27

:wdb2: 它还是她,发悄悄话吧,偶义务转
引用:

作者: 老中
好秀美的地方!咦? 咋没有后续的了捏?!


Emma 2005-11-10 18:47

:wdb16: 今天为什么老是打不开第一页呢?

zhou 2005-11-10 19:04

引用:

作者: 卉樱果
:wdb2: 它还是她,发悄悄话吧,偶义务转

哈哈哈哈,别把老中吓着了

绿水人家 2005-11-10 21:10

照片拍的真好。
真的很美。

alicewan97 2005-11-10 21:47

美.要是有中餐吃就更美了

跟跟 2005-11-11 00:03

如果那里有自己房子,呆在那里还是挺有意思的。

不过没房子的还是老实呆在老地方算了。

kkk123 2005-11-11 12:27

引用:

作者: Aim
真的假的呀?

开个家园中餐馆!哈哈!

applesandy 2005-11-11 16:14

纽芬兰省(New Foundland)


纽芬兰省位于加拿大东北角,括纽芬兰及拉布拉多 (New Foundland & Labrador),是加拿大最年轻的省份,1949年才加入加拿大联邦,成为加拿大第十个省。面积40万5,720平方公里,大部分土地都是人迹罕至的森林,沼泽、湖泊和山岭。以海为生是本地一大特点.全省54万居民分布于沿岸的小城市,他们多以捕鱼为生。由于冬季海港冰封,渔船不能出海,渔民都过着半年捕鱼,半年领取政府失业救济金过活,加上近年各国政府不断扩阔沿岸捕鱼领域,加拿大渔船能进入作业的渔场越来越少,渔民的收入大受影响。年青人口流失率相当严重。
由于纽芬兰在地理位置上偏离加拿大其他省份,又跟欧洲大陆有一海之隔,在长期独自发展下,纽芬兰居民的文化各语言与别省不同,他们说的英语不仅保留十六世纪的爱尔兰口音,在用字也有别于标准英语。
纽芬兰的气候不错,海风起调节气温的作用,冬天不太冷,夏天不算热,首府圣约翰(St. John's)至今已有500年的历史,1000年以前北欧人就在此活动,是北美最古老的城市。
详情见网址http://www.canfun.com/120101.htm

dl_1899 2006-01-19 18:51

很是漂亮!

pptt 2006-01-19 22:34

真美啊!

阳光下的梦 2006-01-19 22:34

没了?
还没看够呢?就没了。
很漂亮的PP

红茶和绿茶 2006-01-21 03:18

太漂亮了! 尤其是房屋和街道.

没有余粮 2006-01-21 05:33

那看起来很冷

暗影800 2006-01-21 05:39

顶~~~~~

赵芳菲 2006-02-18 22:25

真美

bullnew 2006-02-19 00:07

很是吸引眼球啊!

huahua 2006-02-20 11:41

纽芬兰的气候不错,海风起调节气温的作用,冬天不太冷,夏天不算热,-----------这句话相当有吸引力呀,有没有在那住的筒子赶紧来说说对这句话的理解吧.

zhouying 2006-02-20 12:16

引用:

作者: 卉樱果
就是加拿大最东面的Newfoundland 纽芬兰,没有直飞航班,到温哥华的机票比回中国还贵。
一个小朋友(怎么我的朋友都是小朋友?:wdb4: )在那里的圣约翰读博士,来维多利亚参加学术会议,顺便在我家度个周末。

估计BC省的难得去那里。把她的PP在这里show一下,


呵呵,LZ,读博士也算小孩子吗?

milimom 2006-02-20 12:34

真是漂亮

BeijingToronto 2006-03-04 04:11

后续?这就是我上次2005/08看过的地方,那里华人很少,圣约翰市很好.


BeijingToronto 2006-03-04 04:29

PP more!

BeijingToronto 2006-03-04 04:32

another 2005/08 pict.


happy girl 2006-06-02 19:07

美!就一个字斟句酌

iriszh 2006-06-05 18:28

这个帖子我看了好几次了,每次都很喜欢,呵呵,一定要去一次

bui595 2006-06-05 23:54

天堂......就在这里

happytom 2006-06-06 00:45

想!

卉樱果 2006-06-06 02:28

Newfoundland and Labrador

Location: North-eastern corner of North America

Land area: 405,720 km²

Population: Over 500,000 people, 2nd smallest population in the country

Capital City: St. Johns

1. History

2.Culture

3.Industries

4.Problem


1. History (The Earliest Inhabitant)

1) The Earliest inhabitant - Beothuk

Beothuk is now considered as the earliest inhabitant in Newfoundland and Labrador. “Beothuk” means "people" in the Beothuk language. Most of them lived on fishing.

2) Immigrant started from 1000 years ago - Northern European

The Vikings (sea rovers/robbers) from Northern Europe first landed in Newfoundland and Labrador more than 1000 years ago. Since then many explorers had visited this province. Between the 16th & 18th centuries, fishermen from European nations settled in the sheltered bays of this province to catch fish.

3) The Conflict between Europeans and Beothuk

The 1st conflict was occurred around 1006 when parties of Norsemen attempted to establish permanent settlements along the coast. According to Norse sayings, the native people responded so strong that the newcomers eventually gave up their original intentions to settle. Then Norsemen went and came, fighting continued for hundreds years.

When other Europeans arrived, beginning with John Cabot in 1497, contact with the Beothuks was established. But no exact figure was given about how many Beothuks on the island at this time, it was vary from 1,000 to 5,000.

As European settlement became year-round (not only visit) and expanded to new areas of the coast, the area available to the native Beothuks to do fishing was gradually reduced. By the beginning of the 19th century there were few Beothuks remaining, many having been killed in misunderstandings with settlers or having died because they lack of food or medicine. Government tried to open a dialogue with the native peoples of Newfoundland, but it was too late to save them.

The culture of Beothuks is now extinct, remembered only in museum, historical and archaeological records. (Now this province does have some native people there, mainly Indians. There are even tribes in some parts of Newfoundland. But they are only minority.)

4) The 10th and newest province in Canada 1949, Newfoundland, In 2002, the official name of the province changed to “Newfoundland and Labrador”.

2. Cultural

1) Music and Spoken English - with Scottish and Irish accents

The culture of a certain place is also related with its history. It is one of the few places left in the Americas where you can still hear the Scottish and Irish accents clearly. Form 16th to 18th centuries, nasty landlords in England did not want tenant farmers paying small rents when they could get more money from sheep farming. The landlords drove the tenant out of the farm. It was called the “land clearances” in England history. So, Many Scottish and Irish tenant farmers immigrated to and settled in the Newfoundland and Labrador. That is why the people in Newfoundland and Labrador still keep old British accents.

Even the music from this province now still has deep Scottish & Irish roots. A couple of years ago, there was a group of singers who were called themselves as “Island Girls”, gave a performance tour in Europe where they received big welcome, as they sang songs with superb traditional music. Also a Band in Newfoundland called “The Cottars (farmers in Scotland) ” would remind you the Scottish songs in old days.

2) Art ? The Rooms and Symbols of The Province

The province has many libraries and museums. People can experience the richness of its local and international arts. The Art Rooms which unites the Provincial Museum, the Provincial Art Gallery and the Provincial Archives under one roof. It has the newest world class facility, and plays host to travelling exhibitions and artists. (Same as Granville Island in Vancouver)

In the Rooms, you can see many works of the wildlife. The culture of a certain place is always related with its geography. The whale is one of the symbols of Newfoundland, and the other one is a bird called puffin. They are most abundant in the Bird Island in Bay Bulls (a place for whale and puffin watching).

Here is one of the arts. (Sample show) It is a unique work and is reproduced and hand painted from an original wildlife painting on Slate (A piece of the rock cut for use as roofing or surfacing material or as a writing surface). You feel the whale is attached to the slate when you touch it because of the thickness of the paint or colorants.

3) Life style ? Simple, Relax and Interesting

The most impressive thing there is the people. People are extremely nice, friendly and kind. May be because of their non-stressful lifestyle. Normally they are relaxed and hardly get stressed, and that explains why most of them live a long long life. Someone in his or her 80s is considered young. People in there 90s and even above 100 are seen quite often.

a. The winter is extremely long there from early November to next late May. Skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling are popular among residents and tourists.

b. Summer makes everyone excited. Local people get close to Mother Nature and meanwhile get some nice food. One of the Popular Local Activities in Summer is Berry picking. Berries grow in bush, which is a short plant in mountain area. Normally they are about 20-30 cm in height. You have to sit down on the ground or bend your knees to get the berries.

c. Local people make Blueberry Jam since they can not eat the berries all at a time. The community Centers often hold “Regional Jam competition”. Every family brings the Jam having made at home to the public house. They taste various Jam and even have a ranking for them.

d. Newfoundland blueberry and apple jams are famous throughout Canada, especially those home made jams. They are not from manufactories and without preservatives present. (Sample)

3. Industries

Major industries: Oil & Gas, Mining, Forestry, Tourism, Fishery, Farming, Service and Culture.

1) Fishery - collapsed in the late 1990’s

Until the late 20th century Newfoundland and Labrador was home to one of the world’s richest fisheries.

A collapse of the fishery occurred in the late 1990’s due to over-fishing. Decades of over-fishing by local fisherman as well as Europeans has depleted the wild stocks of some fish species such as Atlantic cod.

2) Oil & Gas, Mining - Major industries

Today the province’s economy has expanded, particularly in the area of oil and gas exploration. Several large oil fields have been discovered in this provincial waters and are currently being explored and developed. Newfoundland and Labrador is becoming a world leader in its oil and gas exploration. Labrador ? one of the world’s largest nickel discoveries.

3) Housing & Real Estate ? affordable

Affordable housing is available throughout the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. In comparison to major Canadian cities, home ownership rates tend to be proportionally higher in Newfoundland and Labrador.

People from outside Newfoundland (even from different countries) purchase nice cottages near the coast. Those cottages only cost around10,000 $ per. It is a small house with all the facilities for water and electricity. Heating device is not normally seen, because the owners only spent the summer holiday there.

The price for a regular house is basically around 100,000 to 200,000 CAD.(much nicer than houses in eastern of Vancouver)

(Show Photos)

Problem (decrease in population)

The decrease in population was caused by :

1) net out-migration. The number of people entered Newfoundland and Labrador from other provinces and territories is less than people left the province for other parts of Canada.

2) Net international migration is also negative figure in the previous four years.

3) Natural population change has been declining significantly over the past decade due mainly to falling births. The province will soon be faced with persistent negative natural population change (i.e., the number of deaths will exceed the number of births, even the death rate is so low - long life).

Questions:

1) Is there any Beothuk left in Newfoundland and Labrador now? Why? They died by being killed, staving and sickness.

1) What are the Symbols of Newfoundland and Labrador?- Whale and Puffin?

2) Can you tell how is the Art Rooms look like?

3) What does it cause Fishery collapse in the late 1990’s? ? Over fishing

5) What is the Problem of Newfoundland and Labrador - Decrease in population

BEATA 2006-06-06 12:39

好美的地方,有机会一定要去!!

皮皮牛 2006-06-06 13:17

美!!!
只是离回家的路太远

cayenne 2006-06-08 01:24

好地方!

Aim 2006-06-08 01:32

果姐姐太伟大了,那么详细的英文介绍,好长呀!崇拜

卉樱果 2006-06-08 03:51

那是要背出来的,下周一讲的时候,标题浓缩到四页。这样的考试很有意思的,呵呵

BeijingToronto 2006-06-16 14:46

more

BeijingToronto 2006-06-16 14:49

The Ocean weather similer to San Francisco.

BeijingToronto 2006-06-16 14:52

This is bird eyes look.

BeijingToronto 2006-06-16 14:53

This is mouth of St. John's harbour (harbor).

BeijingToronto 2006-06-16 15:32

“Oh! I think Titanic is there.”“Yes! If you look further east, there is England.”
“A little bit up north, there is North Pole.”“If we walk up higher to the hill, you can see Siberia behind North Pole”
“Oh! Ya! If you can jump higher, you can see China too!!.”“Comon! No @#$%^#! Let’s have another drink!! Ha! Ha! "

johnson1968 2006-06-18 17:28

beautiful

wu7up 2006-06-20 13:10

纽芬兰的确挺漂亮,尤其是夏天。

气候还可以,不象听说的冷。冬天也就-10,夏天25,6左右。
暴风雪挺讨厌的。

城市比较小,大部分是当地白人居民,十分友好。
工作机会比较少,收入较低,吃的很贵。
房价便宜。

桑林之舞 2006-08-08 01:42

说实话房价真的很便宜,不过我觉得房子太卡通了一点。
不是我喜欢的风格。

jane_cool 2006-08-08 02:36

真是太喜欢了,就是不知道气候如何,单是看环境,真想能移居到那里,然后住一辈子!

fashion0406 2009-07-23 01:07

那里的房子,其它地方都在跌,只有那个地方还在涨,不过总的还是很便宜。我们今年也差一点点搬到那边去了。那边要回国飞机就比较不便了。冬天没船航行,只能靠飞机。而且经常不是雪天就是雾天。不过纽芬兰确实非常漂亮。

哆啦A梦 2011-07-09 04:40

为一个土生土长的纽芬兰朋友顶这个帖子!:wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19::wdb19:

卉樱果 2011-07-09 08:55

这么早的帖子也上来啦?开心~

这么多老的ID都不见影子了,伤心~

哆啦A梦 2011-07-09 09:46

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作者: 卉樱果 (帖子 7081080)
这么早的帖子也上来啦?开心~

这么多老的ID都不见影子了,伤心~

姐姐别伤心。野火烧不尽,春风吹又生。:wdb6::wdb19: