As is shown in the portrayal, four youngsters are sitting at a table, being ready to have dinner. Unfortunately, instead of drinking and eating in front of a variety of delicious and nutritious dishes, each of them is holding a mobile phone and staring at the screen, with no thought of chatting or eating at all. We are informed: Gathering in an era of mobile phone.
Like the Internet, mobile phones benefit people hugely. With mobile phones, the home will become a library, a school, an office and an entertainment center. All transactions, from banking to shopping, will be performed electronically and all information, from train schedules to discount-price goods, will be as close as the press of a key. On the contrary, despite the increase in efficiency and convenience generated by digital products, the changes it brings could very well lead to potentially adverse consequence. For example, as nearly all activities could be conducted on mobile phones, we could all become hermit-like, never feeling any need to leave the screen. This would be unfortunate because we will become so addicted to virtual world that we might never be exposed to social interaction.
From the preceding discussion, it is readily apparent that mobile phone, as an increasingly popular form of communication among people, has both its upsides and downsides. To be sure, the mobile phone can be used by young people in productive and useful ways. However, the adolescents must be sure to limit the time they spend on digital products, or their academic work and social life will eventually pay the price. (262 words)