雅思口语part2话题卡：Describe a piece of good news you heard (from TV or the Internet) 描述一条你从电视上或者网上了解到的好消息
Describe a piece of good news you heard (from TV or the Internet)
You should say:
What the news was about
When you got this news
Where you got this news from
And explain why you think it was a good piece of news
A piece of good news that I heard from the Internet was that residents from other provinces of China can renew their ID cards in Beijing.
The exact policy enacted by the local government stated that people who are working or studying in Beijing but do not have Beijing Hukou, which is a Chinese household registration system, can apply to renew their ID cards in Beijing if they have legal evidence that they have been living in Beijing.
I heard about this news from the Internet when I lost my ID card one day on my way home and began to search a possible way to get a new one. You know, I’ve once heard from someone that it’s way too complex to get a new legal document like ID in a city that didn’t have your personal information stored in their local government, not to mention about this mega capital city. This article is from Laokaoya website. I felt quite worried about this situation at that time because, without my ID card, I wouldn’t be able to anything like buying a train ticket. Without a ticket to go back to my hometown, it’s impossible for me to renew it, which was a kind of dilemma.
Thank God that I got to know this news by searching the answer from Baidu, which is a Chinese online search engine. The reason why I thought it’s such a wonderful piece of good news was that it’s a savior that helped me get out of the trap. Also, I’m glad that our government has become better and better in serving its citizens in China.
Part 3 追加问题
How do people in your country get news?
Do you think children should start watching news from a young age?
What kinds of news do people in your country like?
What kinds of good news do people like to hear?
Why do some people like to share news on social media?