或者您可以从很多网站和本地店里定做。在google 上搜索 “bumper stickers” 您能
Simply put a sticker on your car to support Beijing Olympics
This is the least we can do for our country now. I guess we all heard about
the news that a lot of protests are on the way of Olympic torch relay. Today
in London the torch flame almost got distinguished. I remember I talked
with an America co-worker before about Beijing Olympics. However, she
thought Chinese people didn\'t want Beijing to host Olympics and she had read
an article about this. Today I just want to say that we, Chinese overseas,
should do something to show our support. Olympics stand for peace, hope, and
people of all races being together like a family. Olympics should not be
messed with politics.
The simplest thing we can do now is just to put a Beijing Olympic logo on
our cars. So wherever we go, people can see that we Chinese overseas
actually support Beijing Olympics and are proud of our country. We might be
silent most of the time, but when our country needs us, we are here for her.
When we see another car on the road with an Olympic logo, we know we have
one more comrade. When there are more and more cars with Olympic logos, we
are demonstrating our strength. We Chinese cannot be ignored any more.
To get a bumper sticker is easy. I have made quite a lot this afternoon by
myself. Just print out the 2 figures attached to this email. Then use
transparent tape to cover the paper to make it water-proof. Then attach it
on your bumper with transparent tape. You are done. If you want one from me,
please just let me know. I live in Cary, NC.
Alternatively, you can order custom bumper stickers from many websites and
local stores. Just google “bumper stickers” you can find a lot. The price
for each should be less than $10.
If you like this idea, please tell your friends. And I do hope our Chinese
organizations can do something in ordering and distributing these stickers.
The more support we get, the stronger we will be. This is also a good
opportunity for us to demonstrate our strength and influence. Or at least,
when they see there is a large population of Chinese here, our voice gets a
better chance to be listened to.