Many Chinese leaders are fond of ancient Chinese literature. Xi Jinping, who was b 【小题1】 in June 1953 in Beijing, was a graduate of Tsinghua University and j 【小题2】 the CPC in January 1974. When Xi Jinping was elected (选举) China’s president at the National People’s Congress in March last year, he talked about some of his ideas on h 【小题3】 to run a government. When he spoke, many Chinese people were pleasantly s 【小题4】 to find that Xi Jinping has good knowledge of Laozi and Daois. “Running a large country is like frying a small fish(治大国如烹小鲜),” he said at the meeting. It’s a quote from Tao Te Ching(《道德经》)，a book w 【小题5】 by Laozi over 1,200 years ago.
In fact, it was not the f 【小题6】 time Xi had quoted Laozi. Xi often referred to (参照) the beliefs of this great thinker when he worked a 【小题7】 a provincial governor(省长).
Xi Jinping is not the o 【小题8】 leader who is interested in Laozi. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said in an i 【小题9】 with XinHua News Agency in October 2013, “He who conquers others is strong; he who conquers himself is might(胜人者有力，自胜者强). It was true 2,000 years ago, and it is s 【小题10】 true in the 21st century.”
2.I had a wish to go abroad for a very long time. 【小题1】 Now I’m studying in the USA. My wish comes true but I am not happy here. I want to go back to China because I hate the food in the USA. 【小题2】They also like fast food and fried chicken very much. But I don’t like such food. 【小题3】 . There are many different kinds of food in China. 【小题4】So, I often go to the Chinese restaurants in America. The food there is nice but it is very expensive In fact 【小题5】 .
A.But I have no chance at all
B.the American people also like Chinese food very much.
C.I like Chinese food
D.People in the USA eat a lot of bread.
E. Finally a good chance came.
F. They are all very delicious.