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我眼中的北京(250字)作文

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  我眼中的北京曾是一个美丽的地方:春天鸟语花香;夏天烈日炎炎;秋天果实累累;冬天雪花飘扬。可现如今,它变得不一样了。

  如今的北京,天天都是雾霾,空气污染十分严重,汽车尾气和空气中过多的灰尘,让许多人得了呼吸道疾病和流感。不仅如此,它还让全球变暖,让地球母亲的寿命逐渐缩短。不久,整个地球将覆盖着死亡的气息,甚至消失。

  我所希望的并不是这样,我希望北京还能像以前那样空气清新、景色怡人。

    五年级:繁星丨物语

篇一:我眼中的北京

我眼中的北京

今年的7月16号,我和家人来到了盼望已久的地方-----祖国的首都北京,看着飞机慢慢地降落在首都机场,别提心里多高兴了,一下飞机,我就看到了好多来自世界各地的朋友,有白皮肤的,有黑皮肤的,还有黄皮肤的,他们的长像也是五花八门,有蓝眼睛高鼻梁的,有黑呼呼只看见白牙齿的……但看来看去还是觉得我们黄皮肤的人最好看。

走出机场,我们向着市中心出发,六环、五环、四环、三环……,看着路边奇形怪状的高楼大厦,有的像太空飞船,有的像半球体,有的像帆船,还有古代的城楼,还有新建的水立方、鸟巢,时而新颖,时而复古,北京就是一座现代化的古城。

先说颐和园吧,颐和园是古代帝王避暑的地方,那里环境优美,所有的宫殿都是围绕着昆明湖而建成,湖的两岸由著名的十七孔桥连接,湖的四周都是花草树木,一阵阵微风吹过,到处都是花香扑鼻而来,划着小船,漂荡在这昆明湖上,别提是多舒服了!

再来说说天坛吧,一般古代长时间不下雨,遇到干旱的时候,帝王们都会带着王后和大臣们来到天坛祈福,求雨神、雷公、电母降雨,以减轻干旱给人们带来的伤害。

还有故宫、天安门城楼、长城等等古代建筑各各都雄伟壮观,各各都有着悠久的历史。

到了北京,可不能不吃一样东西,那就是北京烤鸭,说到北京烤鸭,要数全聚德的最有名,那儿的烤鸭皮薄肉嫩,再配上点大葱、黄瓜、哈密瓜、酸甜酱,非常的可口。还有天津的狗不理、江浙的哥哥隆、陕西的肉夹馍、台湾小吃章鱼丸子、北京的老边饺子……都是非常棒的美食。

北京是一座文化古都,这里的人们都很讲文明礼貌,坐公交车的时候会有人主动给老人和小孩让座,参观景点的时候大家都会主动排队,不会拥挤,也不会随地乱扔垃圾,还会自觉将垃圾分类,购票的时候小朋友都会自觉测量身高,所有商品都是明码标价,……

这样的一座古城,吸引着好多好多的年轻人,同样也吸引着我向它奔去。

篇二:书香燕京征文-我眼中的北京

“书香燕京”征文

我眼中的北京

张舒然

说起北京,总是感觉既熟悉又陌生的。平日看惯了烦躁的汽车在喧嚣的大街上冲来撞去,我也天天麻木地在人群与车流里穿梭。日子平淡地飞过,我却从来不曾把我生活过的北京从心到脑子彻彻底底过一下。现在想来,它确实没有完整地在我脑子里显过影儿:能拾起来的,也就是一些零零碎碎的记忆罢了。

北京的怀抱

我生在天津,因为爸爸在北京工作,全家都搬过来了。那时,我才四岁。对一双天真幼稚的双眼来说,一切望不到边的东西,都是大的。我也就睁大了眼睛,仔仔细细看那个北京“特有”的天空:那是我

妈妈,再回头一看,才发现,妈妈不在我旁边。抬头往前看,只见妈妈穿着一个黄颜色的短袖往前走着。我便跑向前去,抓住妈妈的手。抬头再看时,脸都白了——那是一个陌生的胖脸蛋的阿姨,正在用疑惑的眼光看着我。我呆呆的愣了几秒,便撒手向原来的地方跑。结果那阿姨在后头喊:“你妈在那边呢!”回头一看,才看见妈妈正笑着向我走来。我又气又羞,便喊:“怎么不等我?”妈妈笑了笑,谢了阿姨,拉着我的手往外面走去。

我自己总结,北京容易丢人,但如果是有那么多像阿姨那样的人,也挺好的。

糖 葫 芦

和朋友一起去游乐园玩,在游乐园门口,发现有个卖糖葫芦的车,摊主是个爷爷。我们的视线互相对碰了一下,就像是蚂蚁互相碰了一下触角一样,马上不约而同地一起跑过去,又一起说:“要一个糖葫芦,” “要什么味儿的?”抬头一看,好漂亮,有红色的山楂,棕色的山药,绿色的猕猴桃……朋友说要那个猕猴桃的,我想了想说:“玩儿完了出来再买吧,省得弄脏了东西还得赔。”她一听有道理,便说:“您能帮我留一个猕猴桃的行吗?我们等会儿出来再买。”我一听,也跟着说了一句:“我要留一个橘子的。”怕爷爷不答应,我们硬塞给爷爷一块钱“定金”,便飞奔游乐园。但谁也没想到,回来时,竟然把这事儿忘得一干二净。

什么?”感觉说话的声音很是熟悉,定晴一看,竟是那个爷爷!我说:“我要一个猕猴桃的。” 爷爷说:“自己拿吧。”我看到最顶上孤零零地插曲着两串糖葫芦,正好一个猕猴桃一个橘子的,便伸手去够,却被他挡住了:“这个不行,除了这个其它的都可以。”“为什么?”“有两个小女孩提前要了,我得替她们留着!”说到这里,他若有所思的样子:“可是不知道为什么,她们现在也没来拿...”我再也听不下去了,大声说:“爷爷我就是!我就是留糖葫芦的那个孩子。对不起,我们一直忘了拿,让您等了那么久...”爷爷长舒了一口气说:“呀,怪不得看着有点儿像呢!那就拿着吧,慢慢儿吃,小心竹签……”

回了家,吃着花了好几天才买来的糖葫芦,我吃出了地道纯正的“北京味儿”。

生活就像一条绚丽多彩的项链,那珍珠,是生活中点点滴滴美好的记忆。而我的北京,便是那金链子了。

篇三:我眼中的北京

Loving and Hating of Beijing

Before I came to Beijing, my mother was always talking to me Beijing must be the best place in China since it is the capital of China, but also its prosperity and stability has been attracting a great number of people around the whole world to there each year. Though I was not totally agree, I found I became accustomed to it and finally was fond of this city.

Beijing is a charming city famous for its cultural environment including many a key universities gather here, advanced and convenient public transportation, nearly perfect infrastructure...and enormous opportunities for those who come here with big dreams. In Beijing it costs only two Mao from Weigongcun station to Tiantan South gate station. If you are lucky enough, it just takes half an hour and you can find a seat in the bus. I remember when I was in my hometown, I took no seat on the crowded bus eight out of ten times. Besides, I have to wait at least half an hour to get on the bus to the near city which is just 30 Li from my home and it took me more than an hour to get there. People grown up in Beijing generally are more sensitive to political, education, environmental protection and the price of commodities than those in my hometown. It is not strange to see a cleaner read news paper every morning and hear a housewife talk about how excellent the first lady Pengliyuan of China over an hour. In my hometown, women usually talk about how a woman is ruthless to divorce with her husband, leaving her three children at her husband’s home. Since the women in my hometown mostly has not received high education, it is common they gossip others every day. Beijing children get higher education than those in my hometown on

average. In my mind, Beijing’s environment is more likely to get children to receive education since the fierce competition but children in my hometown choose to drop out of middle school considering the high pressure of supporting a family and slim hope to go to a key university in a such large population province. Apart from those, Beijing has nearly perfect infrastructure and people here know how to enjoy their life in a healthy lifestyle. For example, in Zizhu park there are many old or young couples dancing everyday. The old are singing opera enjoyably and talk the old good days they went through proudly. And the people care more about the air quality, who are familiar with the PH value partly because Beijing is a city with sever air pollution. Beijing people know why the price of chicken is lower than yesterday since the H7N9 avian flu has been spread in China. On the contrary, people in my hometown are crazy buying living chickens at a lower price regardless it may bring great danger. Altogether, Beijing people attach more attention to quality than quantity.

Since I have not been other big cities, it is a better place to live in compared with my hometown. But I hate Beijing anyway because it is too crowded with buildings, cars and people, I hate the local people who actually are not that competitive talking to show off their advantages we do not have like the education policy, the children here do not have a happy childhood and I find it is hard to bear the people’s indifference against each other in this city. Every morning I am waken up by the noise of traffic instead of the sweet singing of birds which I heard in my hometown. In the night, I rarely see a sky blossomed with stars even the weather is fine and the sky is clean. In my hometown I do not need to worry within three days my hair will smells

badly. In addition, the traffic jam is quiet annoying for I have to spend an hour more to get my destination within 10 Li. Under the sunshine, my eyes are dazzling with the glaring light reflected on the glasses of the cars and high buildings. That is OK with me in normal, however, it is intolerable to see so many people instead the scenary spot on holidays. A classmate told me she walked through 200--meter long way on the Great Wall in 2 hours and she swore that she never goes to it during holidays. Besides, I do not like the local people keep talking how big their new houses and how stylish their cars in a Beijing tone because I think they just have more chances compared with people in my hometown. It seems that the Beijing people live a good life but I feel pity for them in some way. The children here do not live a childhood as happy as children’s in my hometown since the Beijing children have little chance to get close to nature. They know the butterflies from the TV and some even do not know the wheat is planted in the field not on the tree. I can see parents here carrying their children to the park whose hills and beach mostly are man--made to enjoy themselves. Compared with the real field, the park is totally different. Children here have to face all kinds of courses such as dancing ballet, playing piano and taking maths after school to live up to their parents and the society. Think about it, do they really fell happy to do so? I think they do not but they have to do in this competitive environment. In addition, the adults are likely to spoil their own children but indifferent to others. I see many people here liking walking a dog and talking to it as if it were their son. I could not help wondering why they can be kind to a dog but can not treat peasant--workers kindly. They disdain those cleaners and other labor workers, unwilling to speak more

than one word to them and question about whether the workers want to rob their luggage when those offer to help them to carry it. Are city and village so different? The kind--heart quality becomes a shortcoming to some-kind in city. As the new premier Li said, it is harder to stir the interests than stirring the soul. It is true that we are easier to encounter the smiles in the supermarkets than the cold face in the buses. Is is just a miniature of this city, not to mention the different interest groups.

I do not know whether those disadvantages are common in other cities. But if I get the chance, I will choose to go to Shanxi province or Shandong province since I like the warmhearted people in the former city and the cozy lifestyle in the later. After those experiences, I will decided whether to struggle to live in Beijing in the future.

篇四:北京市豆各庄中学初中语文 我眼中的北京精神优秀作文素材

我眼中的北京精神

城市精神是一个城市独具特质的精神品格,是展示城市形象,引领城市发展的内在力量。为进一步增强北京文化,充分发挥城市形象、精神,在集中民智,汇集民意后,北京市政府用短短8个字凝练成了我们北京的城市精神,那就是“爱国、创新、包容、厚德”。

爱国,北京精神的核心;创新,北京精神的精髓;包容,北京精神的特征;厚德,北京精神的品质。听起来每一个都好深奥,感觉离自己好远,其实细细琢磨,这些精神,其实时时刻刻在我们身边。

核心爱国——它不仅仅是北京精神的核心,更是身为一个中国人的根本,它是指挥着人一切行为的根基。作为一名中学生,一定要把爱国时刻牢记在心间。只有从小树立爱国思想,我们才能理解“天下兴亡,匹夫有责”的责任感,才能理解“顾大局、树正气、促和谐、重奉献”的时代精神,才能理解为要铭记历史、回忆过往、展望未来,才能理解我们今日为什么要努力学习,积极向上。我们现在的却只是普通的中学生,没有什么大的能力,但是将来我们将会是祖国的建设者,民族的传承者,奇迹的缔造者。我们要心系祖国发展,勇担时代使命。

精髓创新——创新是一个国家进步的关键所在,也是一个人进步的关键所在。从小的地方来说,在学习的时候要有创新思维,不能只是拘泥于老师所给的一般方法,要学会从自身实际出发,凝练自己的新方法,更快的提示成绩。从大的地方来说,一个国家只有拥有大批的源源不断的创新型人才,才能不断地进步,不断地发展自己,走在世界的最前沿,不被别人看不起和欺负。

特征包容——中国是一个多民族的国家,在中国悠久的历史上,每朝每代都会融合很多的人群进入这个大家庭,这就是中国自古以来就有的“包容”。现在北京最为中国的首都,不仅每天都应接着祖国四面八方的来客,更每天容纳着来自五湖四海,不同国度的人。不管你的肤色怎样,不管你使用哪种语言,不管你喜爱何种风情,再北京,你都能找到属于自己的天地,都能找到容纳自己的地方,这就是北京的“包容”。而我们的学校虽然不大,但却拥有着来自祖国近三分之二地区的同学,我们习惯不同,爱好不同,风俗不同,但是今天我们却有缘相遇在同一所学校,老师们以他们宽广的胸怀迎接着我们这群彼此完全不同的孩子,教会我们彼此体谅,彼此喜欢,彼此欣赏,这就是我们的学校和老师让我懂得的“包容”。

品质厚德—— “地势坤,君子以厚德载物。”,知道了北京精神之后,我才

标。从一点一滴的小事做起,约束自己的行为,把力所能及的每一件事情都做到最好,胸怀坦荡、文明有礼、努力学习、团结同学、友爱互助等等。这样一天天坚持下去,我相信自己的目标一定能够达成。

“爱国、创新、包容、厚德”,这八个凝聚着所有北京人智慧和心血的字,必将会成为指导自己努力奋进的旗帜!

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