A. 我的微信运动健走步数记录（自2017. 6. 11.起)：两点感悟：1.It is saild that the beggars walking on the way is much happier than the emperors staying in beds.(据说行走中的乞丐比病榻上的皇帝幸福得多。) 2.日常定量的步数是充沛精力的保障。至今日（2023.12.6. 23：17.)， 今日健走步数：28284步（19.01公里,相当于走了47.52圈标准操场)，消耗了955千卡热量，相当于消耗了3只炸鸡腿；相互点赞：19（点赞我的人数。谁为我健走点赞，我回赠双语片段。）/479（我点赞的人数）；为我点赞的人数累计：138人；累计与日均健走步(公里）数：57308790/2370天=24181步或39146公里/2370天=17公里；战胜99.99%的人，万里长城的1.85倍，累计消耗1305411卡热量（相当于4382个鸡腿）；至今日获得华为运动勋章105枚；实时万步达成率：83（人）/479（人）=18%；微信朋友圈全员参加健走百分比：479（人）/1819（人）＝27%；微信朋友圈全员万步达成率：83（人）/1819（人）=5%；占领202位微友的微信运动封面；在479位有微信运动健走步数记录者中排第二位；日行超两万步者：10人/1819人=6‰，日行两万步者累计人数147人/1819人=9%；2018.6.21.单日步行步数：73137（以上数据华为运动健康和微信运动系统提供）B. 经典段落分享（自2023.3.12.起）（260）Tsunamis can in an instant destroy entire towns and erase decades of development.
This makes them one of the deadliest and costliest hazards.
And their impact is uneven.
The poor and those facing inequality are often the hardest hit by tsunamis, with impacts that linger long after the waters recede.
And it is not only the poor who suffer more.
Tsunamis also prey on inequalities created by societal barriers, especially on women and persons with disabilities.
For example, in four villages in Indonesia, it was found that the 2004 tsunami killed four times more women than men.
And in Japan, following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, authorities reported that persons with disabilities accounted for nearly 25% of the deaths in three prefectures, even though they accounted for 7% of the population.
The goal of fighting inequality in disasters is not to see everyone impacted equally but to ensure that no one is impacted at all.
This starts by addressing the root causes of vulnerability.
That is why we are dedicating this year’s World Tsunami Awareness Day to the theme of “fighting inequality for a resilient future.”
And we can’t reach that future if we do not adopt a whole-of-society approach to disaster risk reduction that leaves no one behind.