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Photo Archive --- Date:20020307

Top Planner Zeng Peiyan Holds Press Conference

Zeng Peiyan, minister in charge of the State Development Planning Commission, Thursday afternoon gives a press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. He will answer questions concerning the implementation of the plan of national economy and social development in 2001 and other important issues.

Some People in Beijing University Worship Harvard" - Professor Ye Lang

It is a bad practice that some people in prodigious Beijing University refer to Harvard University in talking about almost every subject, according to Prof. Ye Lang of Beijing University. .(PD Online Photo / Song Liyun)  

Eminent Monk Runs Tibetan Cultural School

An opening ceremony was held Wednesday for Rig Gnas Lnga Culture School, a school established by Tsultrim Gyaltsen living Buddhas of Tibetan Buddhism Sa-skya Sect at Nalanta Monasteries. All the first batch of 30 students are lamas from Monasteries across Tibet Autonomous Region and they will take eight years learn the traditional tibetan culture including Tibetan medical,astronomy calendar,pancient Chinese poems,Buddhaism and Sanskrit script. Tsultrim Gyaltsen Living Buddhas is a famous specialist of medical,doctor of Buddhaism and also president of Nalanta Monasteries.

Eminent Monk Runs Tibetan Cultural School

An opening ceremony was held Wednesday for Rig Gnas Lnga Culture School, a school established by Tsultrim Gyaltsen living Buddhas of Tibetan Buddhism Sa-skya Sect at Nalanta Monasteries. All the first batch of 30 students are lamas from Monasteries across Tibet Autonomous Region and they will take eight years learn the traditional tibetan culture including Tibetan medical,astronomy calendar,pancient Chinese poems,Buddhaism and Sanskrit script. Tsultrim Gyaltsen Living Buddhas is a famous specialist of medical,doctor of Buddhaism and also president of Nalanta Monasteries.

92nd All England Badminton Championships Opened

Chen Hong defeated Ronald Susilo of Singapore 3:1 at the opening day's of the 92nd All England badminton championships in Birmingham of UK,March 6,2002 .(Xinhua Photo/Hou Shaohua)

HK Financial Secretary Delivers Maiden Budget Report

Hong Kong Financial Secretary Antony Leung delivered his first budget speech at the Legislative Council Wednesday, saying he "feels honored, but also under some pressure."

A Famous Economist Meets Journalists

Wu Jinglian, a member of the Ninth National Committee of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), grants an interview to journalists in Beijing Wednesday, March 6, 2002. Wu, a senior researcher of Development Research Center of the State Council, answers journalists's questions on the securities markets in China, the prospect of Chinese economy after the entry of WTO and the reformation in state-owned enterprises.(PD Online Photo / Xu Yang)

China Faces Arduous Task in Reform, Development, President Jiang

Chinese President Jiang Zemin shakes hands with Li Daqian(L), an academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences, when he attends the group discussion of deputies from Shanghai in Beijing Wednesday, March 6, 2002. (Xinhua Photo/Lan Hongguang)  

NPC Chairman Li Peng Calls for Active Measures for Taking up Challenges

Speaking at a group discussion of deputies to the current annual session of the Ninth NPC from Beijing here Wednesday, Li said that "we should have a clear understanding of the situation and work in high spirit to safeguard political stability and unity and achieve a sustainable, healthy and stable development of the national economy."  

Vice-Premier Li Lanqing Urges Transformation of Government Functions

The main functions of the government should be exercising macro- economic control, safeguarding national security and public order, improving the management of society, strengthening market supervision and regulation, and providing fine public services, Li told a group of lawmakers from the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, south China.  

CPPCC Chairman Li Ruihuan Calls for More Care for the Poor

Facts show that to let some people get rich first is the best way to achieve common prosperity," Li said at a group discussion of the Tianjin delegation on Premier Zhu Rongji's report on the work of the government.  

Premier Zhu Calls for More Help to People in Need

The salaries of public servants and teachers must be paid in full and on time in all localities, the premier told a group of legislators from the provinces of Hunan and Shanxi.  

Zimbabwean Presidential Elections to Begin

Some Zimbabweans walk past election posters of Mr. Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), and ZANU-PF leader, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on a wall in downtown Harare, Zimbabwe, Wednesday, March 6, 2002. The official rallies launched by these two presidential candidates came to an end Wednesday ahead of the presidential elections to be held March 9/10. (Xinhua Photo/Xu Xianhui)

NPC Deputies Choosing Books

NPC deputies choose books on law at a temporary book stall at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Wednesday, March 6, 2002. (Xinhua Photo/Liu Jiansheng)

Chinese Relics Exhibition in NY

A bronze gliding sculpture of human head, unearthed from China's Sichuan Province, is shown off at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York March 5, 2002. It is one of 128 pieces of China's Sichuan relics from 16th century B.C. to 220 A.D. presented at the Sichuan Unearthed Relics Exhibition that was sponsored by the US Seattle Art Museum and Sichuan Provincial Cultural Department.(Xinhua Photo/Peng Zhangqing)

Bush Meets Egyptian President

Visiting Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (L) speaks as US President George W. Bush (R) looks on during a joint press conference after their meeting in the White House in Washington March 5, 2002. Bush and Mubarak discussed recent tensions in the Middle East and the ongoing war in Afghanistan. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Yan)(
   


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