For the authenticity of the article, many people put a question mark. The reporter found that ye Xuan did mention this matter in the video its not right to eat leftovers from other peoples tables in the video of station B on June 27. Ye Xuans live video shows are usually chatting, telling their own views and stories.
However, in the subsequent discussion, ye Xuan stressed that people were not encouraged to eat what was left over by others, and that their saliva was not hygienic. Too, because she didnt take a mouthful of onions. The handsome guy who had dinner together was also helpless, but reluctantly accepted.
In recent years, ye Xuan has voiced her voice on public events, such as speaking out on high-speed rail, and has made her honest and upright people deeply rooted in the hearts of the people through live broadcasting. Since the live broadcast with goods, she has frequently exposed the secrets of the circle; she also ridiculed that she had only made a little money after two months of live broadcasting, which was not as good as the money earned by standing on the two TV stations; she was also blackmailing merchants on the spot during the live broadcast.
Ye Xuan said that he hoped to encourage people to save resources through the video. When you go out to film, you should start from saving. For example, you ask the staff not to leave the air conditioner there and waste electricity. You will also take part in the poverty alleviation live broadcast activities. If you see more and walk more, you will feel that many people need help. There is also the significance of people in the entertainment industry to produce a positive energy output.
The reason why this matter can cause many netizens to resonate is that the waste phenomenon in the current life is deplorable. In view of waste, as early as January 16, 2013, CD-ROM action advocated cherishing food, with less restaurants, less canteens and less kitchens. It has also become one of the top ten news hot words and Internet hot words in 2013, and one of the most famous public welfare brands.
CCTV data sounds frightening. The value of grain wasted by Chinese people on the table is as high as 200 billion yuan every year, and the food dumped is equivalent to the ration of more than 200 million people a year. According to the State Food Administration, 35% of Chinas grain production is wasted every year.
Yang Tiefeng, a catering expert, told the Yangtze Evening News, I believe that ye Xuans situation is true. We often encounter such a situation in our daily life: when we see plates of dishes on the dining table that have not been moved, if we want to throw them away, if we want to keep them in the way of face, Im sorry
Source: Han Chong, editor in charge of Yangzi Evening News_ NBJ11345