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Photo Archive --- Date:20020214

Xishuangbanna Celebrates The Chinese Lunar New Year

A girl of the Dai nationality wears three red flowers to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year in Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, 13 February 2002, on the second day of the Chinese Lunar New Year.

KIM JONG IL-Flower Exhibition (2)

KIM JONG IL-flowers are shown in Pyong'yang February 13, 2002 at the 6th KIM JONG IL-flower Exhibition, which was opened on Wednesday to celebrate the 60th birthday of KIM JONG IL, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK).

KIM JONG IL--Flower Exhibition (1)

People look at flowers in Pyong'yang February 13, 2002 at the 6th KIM JONG IL-flower Exhibition, which was opened on Wednesday to celebrate the 60th birthday of KIM JONG IL, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK). More than 14,300 flowers named after KIM JONG IL are being shown at the Exhibition.

Afghan Civilian Victims Demand Reparations From The US Government

Alfar, a victim of the US led bombing during the strike against Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden's terrorist network Al-Qaeda and the Taliban regime, demonstrates in front of the US embassy in Kabul , 13 February 2002. Ten of her family members died during the US led bombing. The civilian victims, most of the women who lost their husbands and children during the US-led strike, expressed their situation to the journalists and demanded reparations from the US government to rebuild their bomb-destroyed house and for their future.

New York Mayor Celebrates The ChineseLunar New Year

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) addresses Chinese in New York to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year at China Town in the downtown Manhattan, 12 February 2002, on the second day of the Chinese Lunar New Year.

Chinese Traditional Costumes In Lunar New Year

Three elder people try on their new Chinese traditional costumes bought by Hua weilie (L), a resident of Nanjing, capital of China's northeast Jiangshu province, Feb. 13, 2002. Many people could be seen in China proudly sporting the jackets for this week's Lunar New Year holidays, confirming the return to high fashion in China of the traditional brightly-colored silk jackets first modeled by world leaders at the APEC summit in Shanghai last October.

Chinese Women's Ice Hockey In Salt Lake

Chinese player (L-Red) tries to elude her adversaries of Finland during the Women's Ice Hockey match at 19th Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, February 12, 2002. Finland defeated China 4-0.

Lahtela Won Gold Medal In Men's Freestyle Skiing

Lahtela of Finland performs a jump during the Men's Freestyle Skiing at 19th Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, February 12, 2002, at Deer Valley Resort. Lahtela won the gold medal in the event.

American Kids Absorbed In Chinese Culture

Periy Shi and Jason Jiang in Chinese traditional costumes attend the Chinese Lunar New Year Celebration in downtown Manhattan in New York, February 12, 2002, the first day of Chinese Lunar new year. Many Chinese origin kids as well as American children visited the celebration to experience Chinese culture.
   


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