jason: goodnight, larry! i'm heading home. it's been a long day.
larry: goodnight, jason. have a good evening.
wanda: you're not going home, larry?
l: na...thought i'd try and finish up this project i've been working on.
j: but it's already 9:30! how many more hours do you plan to work?
l: oh, i'd say this project will be done in six hours or so.
w: so you're going to work through the night? larry...have you ever heard of "karoshi?"
jason准备下班回家，i'm heading home. larry却说要把手头项目做完，finish up the project. 当时已经九点半了，larry估计还要六个小时才能完事，所以一定要熬夜，work through the night. wanda问larry听没听说过karoshi.
w: no...karoshi, the japanese word for death by overwork! you've been putting in overtime every night this week!
j: you know, wanda has a point. we all need some down time. if you put in too many hours, it can hurt your body and it can affect your work.
l: so people in japan actually die from working too hard?
w: yep. it's becoming a big problem. more than 100 people die from overwork in japan every year.
原来，karoshi是个日本词，意思是工作过度而死，俗称过劳死，wanda说，日本每年有一百多人过劳死，劝 larry不要太玩命，put in too many hours, 工作太长时间。jason也说，we all need some down time. 所有人都要劳逸结合，down time就是放松的时间。