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Photo Archive --- Date:20020628

Important Archeological Discovery in Hunan

The image shows two ancient three-foot pottery vessels found in Chu tomb dating back to the period of Warring States (476-221B.C.)while many local poeple look on in Changsha, the capital of south China's Hunan province June 27, 2002.The tomb first discovered in last April was the largest-ever one of Chu tombs, from which have been excavated over 100 precious relics including untensils made of jade, wood, bamboo,bronze, etc. (Xinhua Photo/Yin Jusheng )

Zhu Rongji Meets Romanian Premier

Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji (R) shakes hands with his Romanian counterpart Adrian Nastase in Beijing, Thusday, June 27 2002. Nastase is on a four-day visit to China. (Xinhua Photo/Liu Weibing)

Important Archeological Discovery in Changsha

Archeologists disinter a Chu tomb dating back to the period of Warring States (476-221B.C.)while many local poeple look on in Changsha, the capital of south China's Hunan peovince June 27, 2002.The tomb first discovered in last April was the largest-ever one of Chu tombs, from which have been excavated over 100 precious relics including untensils made of jade, wood, bamboo,bronze, etc. (Xinhua Photo/Yin Jusheng)

Chinese Commission, Microsoft Sign Contract on Software Cooperation

The State Development Planning Commission (SDPC) announced Thursday that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Microsoft on software cooperation worth of 6.2 billion yuan (756 million U.S. dollars).  

Chinese Yao Ming Selected by NBA Rockets

Chinese national basketball team`s coach Wang Fei, Chinese basketball star Yao Ming, Yao`s mother Fang Fengdi and his father Yao Zhiyuan£¨from L to R£©applaud at the result of the 2002 NBA`s draft in Beijing, Thursday, June 27 2002. Yao Ming was selected by the Houston Rockets as the league's top draft pick. (Xinhua Photo/Chen Xiaowei)

OPEC 120th Meeting Held in Vienna

New OPEC secretary-general Alvaro Silva (L) and his predecessor Ali Rodriguez participate in the news conference after the OPEC 120th minister-level meeting in Vienna June 27, 2002. OPEC agreed to maintain the current output of oil till this September and pointed Venezuela's Energy and Mines Minister Alvaro Silva as the new OPEC secretary -general. Silva will take his post on July 1 for an 18-month term. (Xinhua Photo/Lin Chuan)

Hebei Holds Big Rescue Exercise

Water cannons on firefighting boats shoot water to an oil tanker in a rescue exercise held on the sea off Qinhuangdao, coast city of north China's Hebei province June 27, 2002. Rescue departments concerned exerted a series of exercises including rescue, firefighting, cleaning leaked oil and illegal- immigration prevention. ( Xinhua Photo/Zhou Wenguang)

Protest During G-8 Summit

Protesters among over 1,000 people participate in a "Di-In for Life" in streets to protest developed countries' economic plunder from developing countries in Calgary, June 26, 2002 during the start of the annual G-8 conference. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Yan)

UN Hails New Afghan Leader Karzai

Chinese Deputy-Representative to the UN Zhang Yishan( in front) raises his hand to vote for the resolution to welcome the election of Hamed karzai as the head of the Afghan transitional government in New York June 26, 2002.The United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted the resolution and called on all afghan groups to cooperate fully with the transitional government in order to push peace process of Afghanistan. (Xinhua Photo/Peng Zhangqing)

Charm of Hong Kong

A recent photo shows the beautiful night view of Hong Kong. As one of advanced free economies in the world, Hong Kong continues to attract more and more businessmen and tourists from all over the world since its return to the motherland in 1997. (Xinhua Photo/Yang Jiali)

Giant Pandas Receive Sex Education

male giant panda in an undated photo is put in front of a television set which showed a sex education program at the China Giant Panda Breeding and Research Center in Wolong, southwest China's Sicuan province.The sex education is a must for all giant pandas as they attain adulthood at the center. Research results show that giant pandas have a relatively low fertility rate, which is tremendously impaired in captivity. For long periods, more than 60 percent of adult male giant pandas in reserved areas or zoos lack sexual desire. Only 10 percent of them are capable of natural mating. Only 30 percent of female giant pandas thus become pregnant and give birth. Initial results show the sex education lessons are working. Through both natural mating and artificial insemination, the number of giant pandas at the center has increased to 55 from around 20 in 1998. (Xinhua Photo/Chen Xie)
   


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