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Photo Archive --- Date:20020319

Five Sceneries in Tibet Attain National 4A Title

Two Lamas of the Jokhang Monastery are showing a label of the National 4A Mark of Sceneries in front of the Jokhang Monastery in Lhasa, capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region, March 18, 2002. The first batch of altogether 5 tourist areas and spots in Tibet, including the Potala Palace, the Norbu Lingka, the Jokhang Monastery, the Tibetan Museum and the Basum-Tso Lake in Nying Khri region, has been honored with the 4A mark.(Xinhua Photo)

Chinese, Egyptian Businessmen Meet to Promote Cooperation

The Egyptian-Chinese Business Council convened its first meeting in Cairo on Monday, with nearly 200 businessmen from the two countries exchanging views on ways to promote cooperation in areas of industry, agriculture, tourism and marine transportation.  

Top Chinese Trade Union Leader Meets Japanese Guests

Wei Jianxing, president of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU), said Monday the ACFTU will firmly safeguard the legitimate rights of workers in accordance with laws at a meeting with a gelegation from the Japan China Skilled-Workers Exchange Center.  

Largest Number of White Cranes Spend Winter In Jiangxi

White cranes fly away from Boyang Lake for Siberia to begin their annual migration as Spring reaches the central China's Jiangxi province March 18, 2002. Record high of some 3100 white cranes which count up to 90% of the total number in the world gathered here to spend the winter days in the national nature reserve last year. (Xinhua Photo/You Yungu)

High Time For Tea Picking

Ethnic Yao farmers are busy picking fresh tea leaves in a hill that has been developed into tea field after years of farming in Jinxiu Yao autonomous county of Guanxi Zhuang Autonomous Region March 18, 2002. Tea production on the 520-hektare field is now the major income source of the local farmers. (Xinhua Photo/Lu Hankui)

New Hightway Linking China And Laos

The photo taken on March 17 shows a section of the new highway between Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province, and Vientiane, capital of Laos. The 1,660-km line has been linked up recently, stretching 900 km in China and 760 km in Laos. It will be formally open to traffic on May 1, 2002, according to the "Auto Transport Agreement" signed by the two countries. (Xinhua Photo/Zhou Zhongyao)

32nd London Book Exhibition

Vistors choose books at the 32nd London Book Exhibition in London March 17, 2002. Over 20,000 book publishers and traders from 100-odd countries and regions, including Britain, China and France, attended this world's large book exhibition. (Xinhua Photo/Hou Shaohua)

Beijing University Honors Top Scientists

Beijing University Monday conferred an award of five million yuan (about 620,000 US dollars) to Wang Xuan(R), winner of the 2001 State Top Sci-Tech Award and a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).  

Chinese Pair Listed Top In World Figure Skating Champ

Shen Xue and Zhao Hongbo of China perform on the ice during the pairs' short program of the 2002 World Figure Skating Championships held in Nagano of central Japan March 18, 2002. (Xinhua Photo/Feng Wuyong)  
   


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