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Whenever you turn on a light,listen to recorded music,or watch a motion picture you are enjoying one of the discoveries of Thomas Alva Edison.
In fact,it's difficult to go through a single day without using one of his many important discoveries.
Having received 1093 patents in his lifetime,Edison helped us communicate better through his improvements to the telegraph and telephone.He brought music into our homes with his invention of the phonograph.
He lit our houses with electricity by designing and building the first indoor electric lighting system.
Experience Edison's music as it was originally recorded before CDs!
Credited with the invention of the first phonograph,you will hear Edison's early recordings played on vintage "hand-cranked" cylinder and diamond disc model phonographs.
Then try to guess the many different uses proposed by Edison for this remarkable invention.
Transmit messages in Morse Code via working telegraph keys.
Explore the period boarding room which depicts Edison's life in Louisville in 1866-67,and discover the significance of the telegraph.
Zhou Enlai was born in Huai'an,Jiangsu,on March 5,1898.In 1917,he finished school in Nankai Middle School,and then went to France to learn Marxist theory.
In 1922,he joined the Chinese Communist Party.After that,he was active in his work and directed the Party work in Shanghai.
He led the famous uprising①----Nanchang Uprising on August 1st,1927.
Then he took part in the Long March.From 1937 to 1945,he worked in South China.
After the People's Republic of China was founded,he was elected Premier②of China.
He put all his heart into the work and always worked until midnight.He had no time to think about himself,but only the Chinese people.
Premier Zhou died on January 8th,1976.The whole nation was in deep sorrow at his death for he was loved by all the people.
Our beloved Premier Zhou will always be alive in our Chinese people's hearts.He was a great Marxist and communist.
“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed:"We hold these truths to be self-evident:that all men are created equal."
Mr.King's dream of all men created equal is mine too.When I hear his speech,I come to know thatI have the same dream that people should work together and live together like brothers.
Nobody will take advantage of others,with less work but more income.But no,Mr King's dream remains as a dream even after so many decades since he left us.
Look,people who have more houses want to keep them all for themselves,although there are so many people who do not even have a room to stay in.
On the other hand,many people ,who have nothing,do not want to work harder to earn something on their own.
They just complain that all men are not created equal.
So,if we look close at human beings,we will realize that Mr.King's dream will be a dream for a long,long time.
Still,I admire him because at least he has a great dream,which is leading many people to treat others better.