|Chinese to English: 艾滋病纳入医护人员、警察职业病范围|
|Source text - Chinese|
|Translation - English|
AIDS Has Been Incorporated into the Occupational Diseases for Medical Personnel and Police Officers
Occupational diseases refer to the illnesses caused by contact with dust, radioactive substance or other harmful factors during the employees’ occupational activities. The law provides that the employees are entitled to enjoy the corresponding benefits if they are diagnosed with occupational diseases. If their employers have participated the industrial injury insurance, the corresponding benefits will be paid by the industrial injury insurances fund. If they have not, the benefits should be paid by themselves. The patients with occupational diseases, who do not have employers or cannot confirm the labour relations, can apply for medical assistance from the local people’s government.
Medical personnel and police officers may face “occupational exposure” and have the risks of being infected due to contact with HIV carriers during work. According to the statistics from Department of Health in 2011, nearly 70% of accidents of occupational exposure to AIDS in China happened when medical personnel were operating surgeries or performing other medical operations on the patients. The Department of Health has suggested that occupational exposure to AIDS should be listed as occupational disease in order to relieve the medical personnel’s worries.
After two years of seeking public advice and concentrated revision, the newly released provision of occupational diseases clearly states that if medical personnel and police officers are infected with AIDS when carrying on occupational activities or operations, due to injuries caused by sharp instrument, contact with HIV carriers, AIDS patients’ blood or body fluids, or medical equipment contaminated by HIV, it should be considered as occupational disease.
|English to Chinese: Big Pineapple|
|Source text - English|
In 1971, Mr & Mrs Bill Taylor purchased a modest pineapple farm of 23 hectares on the coast side of the Bruce Highway. The Big Pineapple was opened by the Minister for Labour and Tourism, the late John Herbert on 15 August 1971. In 1972, the attraction was the recipient of the first award presented by the Australian National Travel Association for a tourist development in Queensland.
At 3:00 am on 11 September 1978, the building housing the tropical market and restaurant was completely destroyed by fire following an attempted burglary. In 1986, eight more properties were acquired bringing the total land holdings to 113 hectares.
In 1988, the Big Pineapple held the opening of 'Tomorrow's Harvest', a greenhouse displaying horticultural technology.
In December 1991, a mini-tornado caused substantial damage to Tomorrow's Harvest attraction, closing it for seven weeks while temporary repairs were affected. The 'Rainforest Stop' opened in December, adding rainforest walks and the animal nursery to the Train tour. In 1992, the Big Pineapple held the opening of the 'Arts and Crafts Gallery' in the retail area beside the train station and the expansion of the leisurewear department.
As of September 2012 the Big Pineapple has a small animal zoo, pineapple train ride and a rainforest walk. Visitors are able to climb the Pineapple.The site has Saturday Markets and is being renovated to be a Corporate and Community Hub. It will not be returned to its former glory or have a Car Museum as it was rumoured.
In 2013 the first 'Big Pineapple Music Festival' was held in April with Birds of Tokyo headlining the event. Poor staff management and limited stalls led to overly long queues for the purchase of alcoholic beverages, leading festival goers to brandish it with the unflattering tagline of "The Big Lineapple". The festival will return in 2014.
|Translation - Chinese|
2013年，第一届“大菠萝音乐节”于四月开幕，Birds of Tokyo乐团成为此次活动的热点。职员管理和售货点的缺乏造成了购买酒精饮料的队伍过长，导致参与音乐节的人直接挥舞“大排队萝”的标签。该音乐节于2014年再次举行。