President Bush Arrives at Great Wall of ChinaU.S. President George W. Bush arrived at Badaling, a section of the Great Wall some 70 kilometers to the northwest of Beijing, Friday afternoon before he concludes his China visit.
Education & Career Expo Opens in HKThe expo is jointly organized by the Labor Department and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council with a theme on "Bracing Up for Challenges." the Education & Career Expo that opened here Thursday.
Bush Encourages More Sino-U.S. Contacts Visiting U.S. President George W. Bush said here Friday that both China and the United States should encourage bilateral contacts and exchanges to promote mutual understanding.
Chinese Premier, Bush Have Working BreakfastPremier Zhu Rongji meets US President George W. Bush Friday morning in Beijing. Zhu and Bush have a working breakfast at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse. Later in the morning Bush will give a speech at the Tsinghua University.
Chinese Team Won The Silver of Women's 3,000M RelayChinese athletes Yang Yang, Wang Chunlu, Yang Yang and Sun Dandan (from left to right) wave on the podium of the women's 3,000m relay short track speed skating event at the Ice Center, February 20, 2002 during the XIXth Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City of the United States. Chinese team won the silver with a time of 4 minutes, 12.739 seconds.
US First Lady Makes Chinese NoodlesU. S. First Lady Laura Bush(C) makes traditional Chinese noodles at the U.S. ambassador's residence in Beijing, Feb. 21, 2002.
Laura Bush Vistis Chinese Cuisine ShowU.S. First Lady Laura Welch Bush(2nd, L) looks at a pumpkin-carving dragon during her visit to a Chinese cuisine show in the U.S. ambassador's residence, Beijing, Feb. 21, 2002.
U.S. First Lady Visits Forbidden CityU.S. First Lady Laura Welch Bush (2nd from right, front) visits the Forbidden City in Beijing, Feb. 21, 2002.
Jiang, Bush Hold Official TalksChinese President Jiang Zemin and visiting U.S. President George W. Bush held positive, constructive and fruitful talks in Beijing Thursday at the Great Hall ofthe People and exchanged views on China-U.S. relations and major international and regional issues, reaching broad and important consensus.
Vice Premier Meets U.S. GuestsVice Premier Li Lanqing met here Thursday with a U.S. delegation headed by Thomas Boggs, chairman of Patton Boggs, a U.S.-based public relations firm.
Hu Jintao on Study of Int'l Situation Following WTO EntryVice President Hu Jintao Thursday called for an all-out effort to study the current international situation and opportunities as well as challenges now that China has joined the World Trade Organization (WTO).
The Orphanages of KabulAn orphan looks at his reflection in the back-view mirror of a car at an orphanage in Kabul Feb. 21, 2002. There are only two orphanages in the capital of afghanistan, in which over 1000 orphans who lost their parents in the civil war stayed. All the outlay of the two orphanages are provided by charities.
Tang Jaxuan and Powell at Joint Press Conference Chinese Foreign Minister Tang Jiaxuan (L) talks with U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) prior to the joint press conference held by Chinese President Jiang Zemin and U.S. President George W. Bush at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Thursday, Feb. 21, 2002.
Jiang Hosts Welcome Banquet in Bush's HonorChinese President Jiang Zemin (R) greets U.S. First Lady Laura Bush (L) as President George W. Bush looks on before a state banquet at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, February 21, 2002. (Photo/Guang Niu)