The traditional Chinese cross talk is usually cross talk (crosstalk is a kind of comic dialogue, through vivid and rich description of characters and events, it shows two men fighting back and forth in a humorous way, which is intended to express the thought-provoking things behind the humor. Although crosstalk makers, now highly respected and recognized folk artists, take dongfangshuo in the Han Dynasty BC as the ancestor, this kind of folk popular culture was in the early Qing Dynasty Cross talk performers in the Tianqiao area of Beijing, including qiongbupa (wanrenmi, who is not afraid of poverty), Li Dexi, etc., created and performed many popular sketches, which made indelible contributions to the development of this art form. Although Beijing is the birthplace of crosstalk, the port city of Tianjin, due to its proximity to Beijing, is a crosstalk performer who must gradually perform Tianjin has become a place where any new work must be performed and recognized before it can be performed in Beijing.
Many famous crosstalk performers have performed in Tianjin for many years. Later, their names were widely known in China, including Ma Sanli, Hou Baolin, Zhang Shouchen, Chang Lian, Zhang Yukun, Chen Baoting, Bai Quanfu, Su Wenmao, Gao yingpei, fan Zhenyu Although Tianjin is not the birthplace of crosstalk, it has trained many famous crosstalk actors and achieved unique artistic depth. Crosstalk is deeply loved by Tianjin people and has become a great charm of the city.
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Prevention or punishment, in my opinion, prevention is obviously a better choice to protect the safety of citizens. After all, if crime can be succesully prevented, no one will be harmed, and there is no need to punish and punish. Punishment is what happens when prevention fails, and therefore, when prevention succeeds, it becomes useless.
Therefore, in order to ensure the safety of citizens, it is better to start with prevention. Although prevention is more difficult to implement than punishment, there are still many ways to prevent crime. For example, policing hot spots and areas with known criminal activities will help reduce the number of such places.
Community policing can also be carried out to catch known criminals and secondary prevention techniques can be used: focus on those at risk, such as dropping out of school or joining the gang All these measures can reduce crime and even prevent it in the future.