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ID: 2760 Advanced
Thu Sep 03 2015 | Constance Fang, Fiona Tian
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|器官||qìguān||organ (of the body)|
|宣导||suāndǎo||to advocate for; to promote|
|谅解||liàngjiě||to understand; to forgive|
nǐ yǒumeiyǒu qiān guò qìguān juānzèng tóngyìshū ？wǒ zuótiān qù yīyuàn kànbìng shí ，yǒu jǐ ge zhìgōng zài xuāndǎo ，wǒ yǒudiǎnr xìngqù 。
Have you signed an organ donor form? Yesterday when I went to see the doctor, there were several volunteers promoting organ donation and I was a little interested.
yǒu ，wǒ liǎngnián qián jiù qiān le ，dāngshí wǒ māma hái hěn bùnéng liàngjiě ne ，tā shuō Zhōngguórén de chuántǒng jiùshì sǐ yào liú quánshī 。
Yes, I signed up two years ago. At the time my mother wasn't at all able to understand why. She said the Chinese tradition is to keep the body whole after death.
zhè wǒ dào méi xiǎng guò ，zhǐshì zuìjìn chángcháng zài xīnwén shàng kàndào yǒurén sǐ qìjuān ，bāngzhù dào hěn duō rén ，juéde hěn gǎndòng 。
I never thought of that, it's just recently you often see reports of people donating their organs after they die on the news and how they help many people. It really moved me.
shì a ，qíshí qìguān juānzèng shì hěn yǒuyìyì de shì ，wǒ gēn wǒ mā shuō ，xiànzài rén dōu huǒzàng le ，liú bù liú quánshī nǎyǒu shénme chābié 。
Yes, actually, donating your organs is a very meaningful thing to do. I told my mom that many people are cremated anyway, so it doesn't matter if their bodies are kept whole.
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