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Photo Archive --- Date:20021104

Beijing Dresses up for Party Congress

With the five-star national flags festooning Beijing's main artery Chang'an Avenue and the Great Hall of the People and other buildings around Tian'anmen Square ablaze with lights, the capital city is dressed up for the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which starts here on Nov. 8. (PD Photo)

Preparation for Party Congress

Receptionists for foreign journalists sort out applications at the media center especially set up for the upcoming 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) at the Meidiya Hotel, Beijing, Nov. 1, 2002.(Xinhua)

Beijing Dresses up for Party Congress

The picture taken Nov. 01, 2002, shows windmill-like lampions decorating Xidan, one of the most prosperous commercial areas in Beijing on the night of the day. The Beijing Municipal People's Government decided to launch the illumination system in urban areas to greet the upcoming 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China(CPC). (Xinhua)

Chinese Premier Meets Singaporean PM on Bilateral Ties

Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji (L) shakes hands with his Singaporean counterpart Goh Chok Tong in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, Nov. 3, 2002. (Xinhua) 

Zhu Calls for Enhancing Economic Cooperation in GMS

-- Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji (C), Lao Prime Minister Bounnhang Vorachit (L) and Cambodian Prime Miniter Hun Sen are pictured at the Greater Mekong Subregion summit Nov. 3, 2002 in Phnom Penh. The meeting gathered leaders from six countries which share the Mekong River namely China, Myanmar, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. (Xinhua) 

Premier Zhu Meets With President of Cambodian National Assembly

Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji (L) meets with Norodom Ranarith, president of Cambodian National Assembly in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, Nov. 3, 2002. (Xinhua)

Traditional Chinese Medicine Exhibitionin Chengdu

The photo taken Nov. 3, 2002 shows exhibits on display at the exhibition on traditional Chinese medicine in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province. The international conference on science and technology for traiditonal Chinese medicine was opened simultaneously in Chengdu. More than 4,000 delegates from 24 countries and regions participated in the conference focusing on the topic of "traditional Chinese medicine and human health". (Xinhua)

China International Aviation & Aerospace Forum 2002 in Zhuhai

Guy Mcleod, president of Airbus China Ltd, speaks at China International Aviation & Aerospace Forum 2002 in Zhuhai, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2002. Zhuhai will host the 4th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China 2002) from Nov. 4-7. Companies from 28 countries and regions will attend the airshow. (Xinhua)

Zhuhai Airshow Bigger Than Ever

Exhibition workers pass by a Long March 3-B rocket in an exhibition hall prior to the opening of the air show in Zhuhai, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2002. Zhuhai will host the 4th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China 2002) from Nov. 4-7. Companies from 28 countries and regions will attend the airshow. (Xinhua) 

The Handicapped Enjoys an Obstacleless Life

A handicapped woman (front) and volunteers try a new information system in a hospital in Fuzhou, southeast China's Fujian Province, Nov. 3, 2002. Dozens of people with disabilities and volunteers were invited Sunday to try out new facilities for the disabled. These new facilities, available in main public buildings, streets and communities, were set up to provide the disabled with an obstacleless surrounding and improve their living standard. (Xinhua)

Greet the 16th National Congress

A colorful performance is given for the upcoming 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), at a square in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, Nov. 3, 2002. (Xinhua)

Three Gorges Dam Project Impresses Foreign Tourists

A tourist from Germany reads the pictorial about Three Gorges at the dam site Nov. 3, 2002. As the date of the fulfillment of damming the diversion channel approaches, more and more tourists come to view the dam site. (Xinhua ) 

Tourism Boom in Three Gorges

A group of tourists view the main dam construction of Three Gorges Project from Tanziling at the dam site of Three Gorges Project Nov. 3, 2002. As the date of the fulfillment of damming the diversion channel approaches, more and more tourists come to view the dam site. (Xinhua)

Consultative Meeting for Graduate Students in Urumchi

Students of the economic management department at Xinjiang University consults an educational institution on matters related to studying abroad during a consultative meeting for graduate students in Urumchi, capital of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Nov. 3, 2002. Studying abroad has become a popular choice of many students in Xinjiang. (Xinhua)

Shanghai Residents Greet Party Congress

Women from a community school perform a drum dance at the Jing'an Park of Shanghai, Nov. 3, 2002. Local residents held various kinds of activities to greet the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China to be opened Nov. 8. (Xinhua)

Local Residents Greet Party Congress

Pan Wanhua (front), 81, sings a song in English in praise of great changes taken place in China, with her classmates of the spoken English class of Jing'ansi community school at Jing'an Park of Shanghai Nov. 3, 2002. Local residents held vavious kinds of activities to greet the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China to be convened Nov. 8. (Xinhua)

1,000-year-old Town Will Soon Disappear Forever

The photo taken Nov. 3, 2002 shows old buildings in Fengjie County, Chongqing Municipality, southwest China, which will soon disappear forever. The explosion of the 1,000-year-old town of the county will take place Nov. 4 in a bid to make preparations for the ongoing Three Gorges Project. (Xinhua)

Germany's Boll Timo Wins The Men's Singles Table Tennis Final at ITTF Men's World Cup

Germany's Boll Timo returns the ball against China's Kong Linghui during the men's singles table tennis final at the Table Tennis World Cup sponsored by the International Table Tennis Federation in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, Nov. 3, 2002. Boll beat Kong 4-1 and earned the title of champion. (Xinhua)

Damming of Diversion Channel in Three Gorges to Start on Nov. 6

Two experts inspect water flow of the downstream canal of the Three Gorges Project in central China's Hubei Province, Nov. 3, 2002. The damming of the diversion channel on the project is at the crucial phase and will be completed Nov. 6, 2002. Workers will make final efforts to dam the diversion channel on the right bank of the Yangtze River Nov. 4. (Xinhua)

2002 Guangzhou International Jeans Show Held in Xintang

Chinese famous model Jiang Peilin (C) presents a creation by a Chinese designer during the 2002 Guangzhou International Jeans Show held in Xintang, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 2, 2002. (Xinhua)
   


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