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Photo Archive --- Date:20020326

China to Honor WTO Commitments: Zhu

Premier Zhu Rongji told a group of international business leaders and economists that China will rigorously honor its promises for entry to the World Trade Organization (WTO) despite volatile international economic situations in recent months.  

Chinese Journals Discard Up-Down for Left-Right Reading in U.S.

The world of Chinese-language newspapers in America has been turned upside down. Actually, it is just the text that has been completely flipped and reversed, although that has made for plenty of confusion all the same.  

Largest Electricity-powered Coal Excavator Manufactured in Taiyuan

China's largest electricity-powered coal excavtion machine, has been manufactured by Mining Machinery Conglomerate Limited Company in Taiyuang,capital city of China's Shaanxi Province Mach 25,2002. The machine, with the largest omni-power in 1,200 megawatt and the high-limit excavate high 4.5 meters, has the ability to produce raw coal over ten thousand tons per day.(Xinhua Photo/Ma Yimin)

Afghanistan-China Relations Excellent: Karzai

Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai said Monday in Kabul that relations between Afghanistan and China, two neighboring countries, are excellent and the Chinese people are the best friends of the Afghan people.  

Hu Jintao Meets Indonesian President Megawati

Chinese Vice-President Hu Jintao (L) talks with visiting Indonesian President Megawati Soekarnoputri in Beijing March 25, 2002. Megawati arrived in Beijing on Sunday for a five-day state visit. (Xinhua Photo/Qi Tieyan)  

Top Legislator Li Peng Meets Indonesian President Megawati

Li made the remarks during a meeting with Indonesian President Megawati Soekarnoputri, who arrived in Beijing Sunday on a five-day state visit. This is Megawati's first visit to China as president.  

Premier Zhu Rongji Meets Indonesian President

China is fully confident about prospects for the further development of relations with Indonesia, Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji said Monday in Beijing.  

Premier Zhu Meets Russian Accounts Chamber President

Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji met Monday with a seven-member delegation from the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation led by chamber President S. Stepashin.  

President Jiang Zemin Meets Shell Chairman

Chinese President Jiang Zemin met Monday with Phil Watts, chairman of the Committee of Managing Directors of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies, and his party.  

President Jiang Watches the Launch of 'Shenzhou III'

Chinese President Jiang Zemin shakes hands with an unidentified technician following watching the blast-off of the unmanned spaceship at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gansu Province Monday March 25, 2002. China launched its third unmanned spaceship, "Shenzhou III", which can carry out all the functions of a manned craft, at 22:15 (Beijing Time) Monday. (Xinhua Photo/ Fan Rujun) 

Professional Artisans

Rural artisan Liu Yongzhou performs a leather-silhouette show in Tengchong County in southwest China's Yunnan Province March 25, 2002. The local authorities has issued professional certificates to over 100 folk artisans since 1999 in order to promote the national culture.(Xinhua Photo/Zhou Zhongyao)

Foreign Friends Aid Chinese Students

Chinese boy Kang Le(C) poses for a picture with foreign primary students from the U.S. who donated their pocket money for Kang's schooling in Shanghai March 25, 2002. It is a part of the 15th charity activity launched by 122 foreign friends and organizations from 16 countries and regions to aid 231 excellent Chinese students in Shanghai who are from poor families.(Xinhua Photo/Zhang Yaozhi)

Chinese Aid Materials Arrive In Afghanistan

Afghan employees unload the first batch of Chinese emergency aid materials from a Chinese airplane upon its arrival at the International Airport in Kabul March 25, 2002. It is a part of the emergency aid that the Chinese government has promised to the Afghan interim government, including medical devices, medicines, office supplies and daily necessities. (Xinhua Photo/Aniwaer)

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