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The Secret Life of Geisha 艺伎生活记录


艺伎,字面上的含意为“以艺术为生”,她们是日本文化与艺术的缩影。每个艺伎都要经过严格的训练,学习茶道、书法、乐器、舞蹈、礼节等等。男人们用餐时,她们跪在旁边斟酒上菜,微笑着和他们聊天。待到酒过三旬后,艺伎开始表演以活跃气氛,不论是弹奏乐器或是演唱情歌。艺伎一生就是为了服侍日本上流社会中的达官显贵、富商阔佬,人们只能在那些豪华的茶店酒楼和隐密的日本料亭中看到她们的身影。艺伎浓妆的脸上几乎看不出喜怒哀乐,她们的世界始终保持着一种神秘感。BBC出品,The Secret Life of Geisha带领观众走进艺伎的真实生活。




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For 400 years they have existed, timeless in a changing world, once the playthings of shogun, the favorites of samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their Kamikaze heroes, and then became the sweethearts of American GIs. Geisha have endured in a world sheltered behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. But finally the veil hiding the geisha has lifted, and we enter their forbidden world.



Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is a subsection. The nation’s pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition--geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in the present. Their world is closed to the public. They live shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They move in a storybook land of perfumed gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark backstreets and hidden teahouses.



American writer Arthur Golden fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition. He spent ten years researching his novel, Memoirs of a Geisha, which would become an international best-seller. “It fascinated me, what I learned. It is so closed to outsiders. They really don’t like people coming in and poking around and learning their secrets.” Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible task, something like entering a closed religious altar.

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shogun: 〈日〉幕府时代的将军

samurai: 1.(日本)陆军将校2.<史>(日本封建时代的)武士

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For four hundred years they have existed, timeless, in the changing world. Once the play their show gone, the favorites of samuri. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their common ** heroes, and then became the sweethearts of American GIs. Geisha have enjoyed a world of shelter behind the walls of secrecy and disgression. But finally the veil hiding the geisha has lifted and we entered their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is its obsession. The nation’s pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries, the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition, geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable pass living in the present. Their world is closed to the public. They lived shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They moved in a story book land of perfume gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark backstreets and hidden tea houses.

American writer Arthur Golden fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition. He spent 10 years researching his novel, Memoirs of a Geisha, which will become an international best-seller. It fascinated me, what I learned. It is so close to outsiders. They really don’t like people coming in and poking around and learning their secrets. Arthur Golden had to break down the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible task something like entering a closed religious order.
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[Homework]2010-06-23 艺伎真实生活记录—1

For 400 years they have existed, timeless in a changing world; Once the play things of **, the favorites of Samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their Kamikaze heroes, and then become the sweethearts of American GIs. Geisha have endured in a world sheltered behind the wall of secrecy and discretion. But finally the veil hiding the geisha has lifted. And we enter their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is an obsession. The nation’s pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition--- geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in present. Their world is close to the public. They live shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They move in *** land of perfumes, gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark backstreets and hidden teahouses.

American writer Arthur Golden felt under the spell of the mysterious tradition. He spent ten years researching his novel, Memoirs of a Geisha, which would become an international best-seller. “It fascinates me, what I’ve leant. It’s so closed to outsiders. They really don’t like people coming in and poking around to learn their secrets.” Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible tasks something like entering a closed religious order.

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For 400 years they have existed, timeless in the changing world; Once the play things of show game, the favorites of Samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their Kamikaze heroes, and then become the sweethearts of American GIs. Geisha have endured in a world sheltered behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. But finally the veil hiding the geisha has lifted. And we enter their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is an subsection. The nation’s pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition--- geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in present. Their world is close to the public. They lived shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They move in a historical land of perfume, gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark backstreets and hidden teahouses.

American writer Arthur Golden felt under the spell of this mysterious tradition. He spent ten years researching his novel, Memoirs of a Geisha, which would become an international best-seller. “It fascinated me, what I’ve learnt. It’s so closed to outsiders. They really don’t like people coming in and poking around to learning their secrets.” Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible task something like entering a closed religious order.
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[Homework]2010-06-23 艺伎真实生活记录—1

For four hundred years they have existed,timeless in the changing world.Once the play thing of Shogun,the favourite of Samurai.Their sealed lips has kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth.They cheered their Kamikaze heroes and then become the sweetheart of American GIs.Geisha have endured in a world shelter behind the walls of secrecy and discretion.Finally the veil hiding the Geisha has lifted and we enter their forbiden world.
Japan is one of the most * countries on earth,technology is the obsession.The nation's pursuited of efficiency creates rapid change.Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraodinary tradition-----Geisha.
The Geisha are the delegated guardians of ancient custom,an honorable past living in the present.Their world is closed to the public,they lived sheltered and secrecy and steeped in ritual.They move an story-book-land of perfume gardens and ornate temples.They are living in dark backstreets and hidden tea houses.
American writer Arthur Gorden fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition.He spent ten years researching his novel Memorize of the Geisha which was become international best-seller.
It fascinated me,what I learnt it is so close to outsiders.They really don't like people coming in and talking around and learning the secrets.
Arthur Gorden has to brake the seal of silence surrounded in the Geisha world.He faced near impossible task something like entering a closed religious order.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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  • Julie_R

Homework

For four hundred years they have existed, timeless in a changing world. Once the play things of show game, the favorites of samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their Kamikaze heroes and then became the sweethearts of American GIs. Geisha have endured in a world shelter behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. But finally, the veil hiding the geisha has lifted. And we enter their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is a subsetion. The nation's pursuit of effiency create rapid change. Yet, for centuries, the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition, geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in the present. Their world is close to the public, they lived shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They moved in a history book land of perfume, gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark, back streets and hidden teahouses.

Amercian writer Arthrr Golden felt under the spell of this mysterious tradtion. He spent ten years researching his novel "Memoirs of a Geisha", which would become an international best sellor.
"It fascinated me, what i learned, it is so closed to outsiders. They really don't like people, coming in and poking around learning their secrets."
Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible task something like entering a closed religious order.
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  • Julie_R

本帖最后由 伊娃露 于 2010-6-23 12:30 编辑

For four hundred years they have existed,timeless in the changing world.Once the play thing of Shogun,the favourite of Samurai.Their sealed lips has kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth.They cheered their Kamikaze heroes and then became the sweetheart of American GIs. Geisha have endured in a world shelter behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. Finally the veil hiding the Geisha has lifted and we enter their forbidden world.
Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth, technology is their obsession. The nation's pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraodinary tradition-----Geisha.
The Geisha are the delegated guardians of ancient customs, an honorable past living in the present.Their world is closed to the public. They lived shrouded and secrecy and steeped in ritual.They moved at story-book-land of perfume gardens and ornate temples.But later, they are living in dark backstreets and hidden tea houses.
American writer Arthur Gorden fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition.He spent ten years researching his novel Memorize of the Geisha which will become international best-seller.
It fascinated me,what I learnt it is so close to outsiders.They really don't like people coming in and talking around and learning the secrets.
Arthur Gorden has to brake the seal of silence surrounded in the Geisha world.He faced near impossible task something like entering a closed religious order.
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  • Julie_R

实现无障碍英语沟通
on 伊娃露
For four hundred years they have existed,timeless in the changing world.Once the play thing of Shogun,the favourite of Samurai.Their sealed lips has kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth.They cheered their Kamikaze heroes and then became the sweetheart of American GIs. Geisha have endured in a world shelter behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. Finally the veil hiding the Geisha has lifted and we enter their forbidden world.
Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth, technology is their obsession. The nation's pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraodinary tradition-----Geisha.
The Geisha are the delegated guardians of ancient customs, an honorable past living in the present.Their world is closed to the public. They lived shrouded and secrecy and steeped in ritual.They moved at story-book-land of perfume gardens and ornate temples.But later, they are living in dark backstreets and hidden tea houses.
American writer Arthur Gorden fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition.He spent ten years researching his novel Memorize of the Geisha which will become international best-seller.
It fascinated me,what I learnt it is so closed to outsiders.They really don't like people coming in and talking around and learning the secrets.
Arthur Gorden has to break the seal of silence surrounded in the Geisha world.He faced near impossible task something like entering a closed religious order.
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  • Julie_R

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Homework
For 400 years they have existed, timeless in the changing world. Once the play things of _, the favorites of Samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheer their Kamikaze heroes, and then became the sweethearts of American GIS. Geisha have endured in a world sheltered behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. But finally the veil hiding the geisha has lifted, and we enter their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is a subsection. The nation’s pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition, geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in present. Their world disclosed to the public. They lived shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They move in a historical land of perfume, gardens and ornate temples, but night they are living in dark backstreets and hidden teahouses.

American writer Arthur Golden fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition. He spent ten years researching his novel, Memoirs of a geisha, which would become an international best-seller. “It fascinated me, what I’ve learned. It is so closed to outsiders, they really don’t like people, coming in and poking around to learning the secrets.” Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible task something like entering a closed religious order.
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  • Julie_R

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For 400 years they have existed, timeless in a changing world, once the playthings of show game; the favorites of Samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their Kamikaze heroes, and then become the sweethearts of American GIs. Geisha have enjoyed in a world sheltered behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. But finally the veil hiding the geisha has lifted, and we enter their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is a subsection. The nation’s pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition---geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in present. Their world is
closed to the public. They live shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They move in a historical land of perfumed gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark backstreets and hidden teahouses.

American writer Arthur Golden
fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition. He spent ten years researching his novel, Memoirs of a Geisha, which would become an international best-seller. “It fascinated me, what I’ve learnt. It’s so closed to outsiders. They really don’t like people coming in and poking around and learning their secrets.” Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible task, something like entering a closed religious altar.
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本帖最后由 2442kelsi 于 2010-6-23 18:10 编辑

HW

For four hundred years they have existed, timeless in a changing world. Once the playthings of show game, the favorites of samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their Kamikaze heroes and then became the sweethearts of American GIs. Geisha have endured in a world shelter behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. But finally, the veil hiding the geisha has lifted,and we enter their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is a subsection. The nation's pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries, the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition——geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in the present. Their world is close to the public, they lived shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They moved in a historical land of perfume, gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark, back streets and hidden teahouses.

American writer Arthur Golden fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition. He spent ten years researching his novel Memoirs of a Geisha, which would become an international best seller.

"It fascinated me, what I learned, it is so closed to outsiders. They really don't like people, coming in and poking around learning their secrets."

Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible task something like entering a closed religious altar.
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  • Julie_R

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[Homework]2010-06-23 艺伎真实生活记录—1

On 令弧冲For 400 years they have existed, timeless in a changing world, once the playthings of show game; the favorites of Samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their Kamikaze heroes, and then became the sweethearts of American GIs. Geisha have enjoyed in a world sheltered behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. But finally the veil hiding the geisha has lifted, and we enter their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is a subsection. The nation’s pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition---geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in present. Their world is closed to the public. They live shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They move in a historical land of perfumed
gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark backstreets and hidden teahouses.

American writer Arthur Golden fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition. He spent ten years researching his novel, Memoirs of a Geisha, which would become an international best-seller. “It fascinated me, what I’ve learnt. It’s so closed to outsiders. They really don’t like people coming in and talking around and learning their secrets.” Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible task, something like entering a closed religious altar.


This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2010-06-23 艺伎真实生活记录—1

For 400 years they have existed, timeless in a changing world.
Once the play things of shoulder, the favorites of Samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their Kamikaze heroes, and then become the sweethearts of American GIs.
Geisha have endured in a world sheltered behind the wall of secrecy and discretion. But finally the veil hiding the geisha has lifted. And we enter their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is an obsession. The nation’s pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition--- geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in present. Their world is close to the public. They live shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They move in  land of perfumes, gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark backstreets and hidden teahouses.

American writer Arthur Golden felt under the spell of the mysterious tradition. He spent ten years researching his novel, Memories of a Geisha, which would become an international best-seller.

“It fascinates me, what I’ve leant. It’s so closed to outsiders. They really don’t like people coming in and poking around to learn their secrets.”
Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible tasks something like entering a closed religious order.


This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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本帖最后由 Julie_R 于 2010-6-24 09:16 编辑

homework

For 400 years they have existed, timeless in the changing world; Once the play things of shogun, the favorites of Samurai. Their sealed lips have kept silent as Japan has changed more than any nation on earth. They cheered their Kamikaze heroes, and then became the sweethearts of American GIs. Geisha have endured in a world sheltered behind the walls of secrecy and discretion. But finally the veil hiding the geisha has lifted. And we entered their forbidden world.

Japan is one of the most advanced countries on earth. Technology is an obsession. The nation’s pursuit of efficiency creates rapid change. Yet for centuries the Japanese have sheltered an extraordinary tradition--- geisha. The geisha are the delicate guardians of ancient customs and honorable past living in the present. Their world is closed to the public. They lived shrouded in secrecy and steeped in ritual. They move a storable land of perfume, gardens and ornate temples, but make their living in dark backstreets and hidden teahouses.

American writer Arthur Golden fell under the spell of this mysterious tradition. He spent ten years researching his novel, Memoirs of a Geisha, which would become an international best-seller. “It fascinated me, what I’ve learnt. It’s so closed to outsiders. They really don’t like people coming in and poking around and learning their secrets.” Arthur Golden had to break the seal of silence surrounding the geisha world. He faced a near impossible task something like entering a closed religious alter.
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