India's cinema for the homeless 印度为流浪者搭建临时电影院
Poetry in a box 放在盒子里的诗篇
There are an estimated 100,000 homeless people living in the Indian capital of Delhi. A few makeshift cinemas are providing some much-needed entertainment and relaxation in the hardship of their lives. They have become a place to socialise and relax. Regular visitors who settle down for a good film include migrant labourers and rickshaw pullers.
Chris Jelley left boxes across Exmoor (in the UK) asking the public to leave poems inside. Inspired by the landscape, 6,000 people wrote verses. Chris says most people would be frightened if they were told to write a poem but he told me that here in the open, with no pressure, they felt more confident and creative.
克里斯·杰里（Chris Jelley） 在英国埃克斯穆尔的各处放置了匣子，并号召大众把写好的诗歌放进去。有六千名从当地风景中汲取灵感的人写下了诗篇。克里斯说，大多数人在被告知要写诗时都会感到诚惶诚恐，但他告诉我，在这片广阔的土地上，人们没有压力，从而会更有自信和创造力。
makeshift / inspired
1. People in West Java are staying in __________ tents, too afraid to return to their damaged homes following the earthquake.
2. Engineers have built a robotic tentacle, __________ by the limbs of an octopus and aimed at improving surgical operations.
1. People in West Java are staying in makeshift tents, too afraid to return to their damaged homes following the earthquake.
2. Engineers have built a robotic tentacle, inspired by the limbs of an octopus and aimed at improving surgical operations.