Anti-waste and “Clear the Plates” Campaign Nowadays, food waste is serious in China. To show their hospitality in interpersonal communication, some customers order far more than what is enoug
h, causing much food to be untouched and thrown away. What is even more unbearable lies in the fact that banquets at public expenses cost the reputation of our government as well as a huge amount of money, which can have actually been spent in helping those in need. Consequently, such waste really makes people disappointed and depressed. To our delight, as a nationwide campaign against waste at the dining table has been launched, “Clear the Plates” is gaining more acceptance and support. Therefore, the nation’s “Clear the Plates” is most likely to become the mainstream idea of hospitality through everyone’s efforts. (117 words)
Nowadays, food waste is serious in China. As is shown on the Internet, many people, varying from government officers to ordinary citizens, waste a great deal of food after eating at the restaurant, especially on banquets at public expenses. This misdeed totally ignores the heavy work producers have done and goes against the fundamental virtue of saving food. Therefore,
Anti-waste and Clear the Plates Campaign has been launched. As President Xi put it, Anti-waste and Clear the Plates Campaign is the first step in making China a prosperous country. It’s true that with the 30 years’ development, our production has risen several levels, yet only by combining it with saving can we use it properly. This campaign, to some extent, proves to be an in-time blow to our unreasonable and excessive( 过 度 ) enjoyment, bringing us to the right attitude towards life. To conclude, with public awareness of saving becoming clearer and clearer, Anti-waste and Clear the Plates Campaign is here to stay.
Nowadays, food waste is serious in China. The waste phenomena have aroused nationwide concern on it. Recently, Anti-waste and “clear the Plates” Campaign has been launched, appealing everyone not to waste food. However, there are still some barriers we need to get across. For one thing, many people firmly believe that ordering food more than they can eat is a sign of hospitality and the people who don’t order enough food may be recognized mean. For another, banquets at public expenses play a major part in accounting for the phenomena. They don’t value any food for the reason that it doesn’t cost them anything.
So it’s high time that we took measures to change their improper behavior. More stress is waiting to be laid on to cut down the banquets at public expenses. Meanwhile, it’s vital to educate people to pass down the tradition of saving from generation to generation. In a word, the more significance is attached to the campaign, the less food we will waste. Let’s take action from now on!