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Photo Archive --- Date:20020225

2002 Winter Olympics Games Closed

Fireworks explode over the Rice-Eccles Olympic Stadium at the start the closing ceremony of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City Sunday on February 24, 2002. China won two gold, two silver and 4 bronze medals during the Games.

Clay Horse Popular in The Year of Horse

Hu Shen, an aged man of Liuying village of Fengxiang county in northwest China's Shaanxi province, holds a little hand-made clay sculpture of horse made by himeself Feb. 24, 2002. Liuying village is famous for clay scultures of horse which has a history of over 600 years. The little clay horses are popular in the market because this year is Chinese traditional year of horse.

China Celebrates Lantern Festival

Senior models present dresses and adornments in the style of ancient Chinese imperial court at a street fashion show in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, Sunday February 24, 2002. The fashion show was held as a way to celebrate the Lantern Festival the 15th of the 1st lunar month in the Chinese calendar.

Sobbing Bateer Scores 32 Points in His Last CBA Game

Menk Bateer scored 13 of his 32 points in the first quarter of his last match in the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) on Sunday, leading Beijing Ducks to a 102-91 victory over Beijing Olympician.  

Grand Ceremony Held to Welcome Enshrinement of Sakyamuni's Fingerbone in Taiwan

Thousands of Buddhist worshippers welcome the arrival of a convoy of trucks carrying what are believed to be the remains of one of Buddha's fingers Saturday on February 23, 2002, in Taipei. Hundreds of monks helped transport the finger, to be 2,500 years old, from Famen Temple central China's Xi'an to Taiwan, where it will be displayed for one month. []  

Spring Approaches Beijing

A little girl prepares to fly a kite on Tiananmen Square in Beijing Feb. 23, 2002. More residents gather in the square, the center of the city, to spend their leisure time as the weather gets warmer in recent days.

China Celebrates Lantern Festival

Women perform waist-drum dance at a street show in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, Sunday February 24, 2002.

Spring Plough Starts Early in Nanning

An ethnic Zhuang farmer ploughs in the field in suburb of Nanning, capital city of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Feb. 23, 2002. Farmers here started an early farming this year breaking the tradition that spring plough never be carried out before the Lantern Festival which falls on Feb. 26 this year.

Spring Celebration Continues in Shaanxi

Waist drum dancers perform in the town of Ansai in northwest China's Shaanxi Province Feb. 22, 2002. Folk celebrations continue through the counties and townships in the province although the high tide of Chinese Lunar New Year, better known as Spring Festival approaches its end.

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