Australia's campaign to ban fake aboriginal art 澳大利亚呼吁禁止进口及买卖土著风格的赝品
Music good enough to eat 维也纳交响乐团体演奏能吃的“乐器”
Millions of people visit Australia every year. Many want to take a souvenir home with them and what could be more authentic, more Australian, than a boomerang? These two come with aboriginal-looking designs, but both are fake, both imported from Indonesia. The trade in rip-off goods led to calls for a new law in Australia to stop the import and sale of imitation art.
Are they preparing a salad? No, these are musicians from the Vienna Vegetable Orchestra. With instruments good enough to eat, they have been helping to celebrate the centenary of Madrid's famous San Miguel Market. Founded in the Austrian capital in 1998, the orchestra has travelled the world performing their unusual take on a range of musical styles to curious audiences.
a range of
rip-off goods / a range of
1. You should avoid shopping at the market round the corner. The police are always there trying to put an end to illegal trading in ______.
2. Bradley is a genius. He's a bit shy but capable of discussing ______ subjects – from biology to pop music.
1. You should avoid shopping at the market round the corner. The police are always there trying to put an end to illegal trading in rip-off goods.
2. Bradley is a genius. He's a bit shy but capable of discussing a range of subjects – from biology to pop music.