(Two Sessions Observation) Relieve "Appearance Anxiety" How can young people realize "Twenty Do Not Confused"?

  China News Service, Beijing, March 10th, title: Relieving "appearance anxiety" How can youth achieve "twenty no confusion"?

  China News Agency reporter An Yingzhao

  Some media surveys show that nearly 60% of college students in China have newly added "appearance anxiety", and even younger people have "social fear" as a result.

College students who are supposed to be at the "peak of beauty" are anxious about their appearance. How to achieve the so-called "twenty no confusion" has become a major problem that plagues young people in this class.

  Back to Basics: Let Nature Be Aesthetically Oriented

  "What is beauty? It's actually hard to tell. Everyone's eyes are different. Nothing can be called the most beautiful, but a smile can make people beautiful." Kwong Meiyun, representative of the National People's Congress and chairman of the Hong Kong Zhuhai Association of Societies, said A reporter from China News Agency said that there is no good or bad appearance of a person. The key is to hold a peaceful heart and convey kindness with smiles and eyes. Naturally, they will be respected and liked by others. This beauty comes from the heart. , Natural, but also the most precious.

  The National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference member Bian Barram said that there are many self-media contents that create an illusion to the society. It seems that whoever looks good or who has good resources will become the idol role pursued by young people. This requires vigilance.

  "People are the most beautiful when they are in a natural and confident state. We should guide young people to this healthier state." Bambaram said, "Ding Zhen phenomenon" appears to a certain extent. Reflecting the enhancement of young people's consciousness of returning to the original, we should use this as an opportunity to create a natural, healthy, active, and diverse aesthetic atmosphere.

  Keep your feet on the ground: Use culture to cultivate the "unchanging beauty" in your heart

  Zhang Kaili, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and a national first-class actor of the National Theatre of China, told reporters that beauty is a person's lifelong pursuit.

The beauty of a person is definitely not only the external beauty, but more importantly, the inside.

"It is what we should do to deal with the ever-changing beauty of the outside world with the unchanging beauty of the heart."

  She suggested that young people should start with cultivating their own cultural literacy to create a more mature aesthetic, learn to distinguish between beauty and ugliness, and then cultivate the "unchanging beauty" in their hearts.

  According to Xiang Weiyi, a representative of the "post-90s" National People's Congress, this kind of inner "unchanging beauty" comes from being open-minded and down-to-earth.

A few years ago, when he first came to the country as a college student village official, he also had anxiety and worries about the growth of the youth in the village.

  "Some teenagers even engraved their "idol" names on their homes." Xiang Weiyi said that some young people in the village who came back from work were actually talking about saving money, "doing double eyelids" and "face-lifting injections". This phenomenon Aroused his great attention.

  Soon, Xiang Weiyi took the lead in organizing excellent traditional culture learning activities in the village.

"Young people tend to get anxious as soon as they are free. We teach children to practice calligraphy and encourage everyone to read more. Gradually, the children have something to do and are not "smelly beautiful". I am also very fulfilled every day and no longer anxious."

  Comprehensive measures: increase aesthetic education and reduce media chaos

  At the same time that youth "appearance anxiety" has increased, the medical beauty industry has also risen.

According to data, the scale of China's medical aesthetics market is expected to reach RMB 197.5 billion in 2020. Even if it is severely affected by the epidemic, its compound growth rate is still expected to exceed 15%.

At the same time, many unlicensed institutions operated under the banner of "medical beauty", causing many medical incidents of concern to the public.

  Du Mingyan, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, said that medical and aesthetic institutions should assume social responsibilities, and relevant departments should strictly regulate and rectify the industry. Various media platforms should also strengthen their sense of responsibility and resist the dissemination of erroneous values ​​and aesthetic orientation. , The education department should regard moral education and aesthetic education as an important assessment target for evaluating the effectiveness of school work.

  It is worth noting that the "Opinions on Comprehensively Strengthening and Improving School Aesthetic Education in the New Era" issued in October last year proposed that "exploring the inclusion of art subjects in the pilot reform of the high school entrance examination".

  Liu Yuening, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, believes that to improve aesthetic education in schools, we should first ensure that aesthetic education courses are fully opened, and aesthetic education courses cannot be taught through pure examination skills, but require professional teachers and systematic, scientific, and hierarchical teaching. System.

  "There are young people who say that'appearance is justice', and hope that as the aesthetic education class can be carried out between urban and rural areas at the same time, so that we can walk a real'beauty journey' together." Xiang Weiyi said.