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Photo Archive --- Date:20021101

Back Home, Hai-juo

Tanya Liu Hai-juo's father (L) shows his thanks to those who concern with her daughter's convalescence, when her collegues sign on newly published book "Back home, Hai-juo" at a book store in Beijing Oct. 31, 2002. Liu, a host of the economic and technology programs on Phoenix TV, was seriously injured in the May 10 British railway accident. Her family, colleagues and friends held this activitity for her just on her birthday. Now Liu received further treatment in Xuanwu Hospital of Beijing. (Xinhua)  

Chinese President Meets with IEC President

President Jiang Zemin said Thursday China will join with other members of the International Electro-technical Commission (IEC) to actively promote international trade and economic cooperation.  

Standard Chartered up at End of 1st-day Trading in HK

Standard Chartered, which has been Hong Kong's note issuing bank since 1862, ended Thursday its debut trading at the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong 3.6 percent higher than its offer price.  

World No. 2 Ma Lin Upsets Kong Linghui in ITTF Men's World Cup

Ma Lin of China hits the ball during a ITTF Men's World Cup Table Tennis match in Jinan, east China's Shandong Province, Oct. 31, 2002. (Xinhua) 

Top Chinese Lawmaker Meets Malaysian Senate President

China will work for expansion of exchanges and cooperation between China and Malaysia and their parliaments, according to top Chinese lawmaker Li Peng.  

Meeting of Procurators-general of SCO Opens in Shanghai

The meeting of procurators-general of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states opened in Shanghai Thursday to strengthen international cooperation in the judicial area.  

Damming of Diversion Channel in Three Gorges

Huge trucks transport boulders to build upstream cofferdam at the man-made diversion channel for the passage of ships during the second-phase construction of the Yangtze River Three Gorges project Oct. 31, 2002. The channel is set to be dammed by Nov. 6, which will pave the way for the third-phase construction of the huge hydroelectric dam, 2,309 meters long and 185 meters high. (Xinhua)

The Fourth Hechi Folk Music Festival Opens in Guangxi

Artists of China's Miao ethnic group perform Lusheng Dance at the opening ceremony of the fourth Hechi folk music festival in Nandan County, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Oct. 31, 2002. Lusheng is a reed-pipe wind instrument used by the Miao, Yao and Dong nationalities in China. (Xinhua)

Chinese Government Hands Financial Aid to Bali Victims

Lu Shumin (L), Chinese ambassdor to Indonesia, hands a cheque worth 100,000 US dollors to a senior Indonesian official Oct. 31, 2002. The emergency donation represents the Chinese government's deep condolences to the victims in the recent Bali Bomb blasts. (Xinhua) 

Back Home, Hai-juo

Tanya Liu Hai-juo's father (L) shows his thanks to those who concern with her daughter's convalescence, when her collegues sign on newly published book "Back home, Hai-juo" at a book store in Beijing Oct. 31, 2002. Liu, a host of the economic and technology programs on Phoenix TV, was seriously injured in the May 10 British railway accident. Her family, colleagues and friends held this activitity for her just on her birthday. Now Liu received further treatment in Xuanwu Hospital of Beijing. (Xinhua)

2002 Autumn Real Estate Trade Fair in Kunming

Residents watch the models of apartment buildings at the 2002 Autumn Real Estate Trade Fair in Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province Oct. 31, 2002. The week-long fair draws more than 100 firms. (Xinhua)

Fastest Economic Development in Ningxia

Residents select fresh vegetables in a supermarket in Yinchuan, capital city of west China`s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region Oct. 30, 2002. By September this year, the region's GDP amounted to 22.72 billion yuan (2.74 billion US dollars), with an increase of 10.3 percent compared with the same period of 2001. (Xinhua)

Chinese Arts Convey Friendship

Yu Kuizhi (L3), a famous Chinese actor for Beijing opera, plays in a famous Chinese classical opera with other actors of China Beijing Opera Theater, in Cairo, Egypt, Oct. 29, 2002. During the Chinese Culture Week in Egypt begining from Oct. 28, Chinese artists will demonstrate to Egyptian audiences their exquisite skills of Beijing operas, folk songs and Chinese acrobatics. (Xinhua) 

Private Car Enter Chinese People's Life

An undated photo shows that a member of Chengdu cross Country Travel Club poses next to jeeps. There are about 870,000 cars in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, and over 80 percent of them are private cars. With the rapid economic growth in China, the number of private car owners has been on the increase since mid 1990s. This has greatly changed the way of Chinese people's life. (Xinhua)

Live on Hunting

A 58-year-old woman makes handcrafts at Aoluguya County, Genhe City, in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Aoluguya is the only place in modern China where residents live on hunting. (Xinhua)
   


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