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Photo Archive --- Date:20021112

To Include 'Three Represents' in CPC Constitution Reflects Common Aspiration

Liu Yun (female), a delegate from northwestern Xi'an City, discusses Jiang Zemin's report to the ongoing Party's 16th congress. Liu said that the theory of the Party representing the "advanced productivity", "advanced culture" and "majority interest of the people" should be written into the Party's Charter. [xinhua]  

Celebrating the Veteran's Day in New Yourk

New York high-school students parade during an event in honor of the 84th anniversary of Veteran's Day in the city of the United States Nov. 11, 2002. Tens of thousands of local residents turned out to watch the march Monday. (Xinhua) 

China to Cooperate with Arab Countries over Mideast Peace: Envoy

China's Mideast peace envoy Wang Shijie (L) talks with Jordanian King Abdullah II in Amman, Nov. 11, 2002. Jordan is the fourth leg of Wang's Mideast tour, which has taken him to Egypt, Lebanon and Syria. Wang is also to visit Israel and Palestinian self-rule areas. (Xinhua) 

Facilitating Re-employment of Laid-offs a Priority for Chinese Government

Beijing Chongwen District Employment Service Director Wang Guiling discusses re-employment issues with her colleague November 11.[Xinhua]  

Shanghai to Make Masters Cup a Success, Says ATP Officer

Spain's Juan Carlos Ferrero, Austalia's Lleyton Hewitt and others walk into an introduction ceremony of the players Nov. 11, 2002 ahead of the Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai 2002. The world's top eight players in the ATP Champion Race -- Andre Agassi of the US, Spain's Albert Costa, Switzerland's Roger Federer, Ferrero, Hewitt, Spain's Carlos Moya, Czech Republic's Jiri Novak and Russia's Marat Safin -- will compete in the year-end Tennis Masters Cup November 12-17. (Xinhua) 

FAW Manufactures More Than 500,000 Cars This year

A Red Flag Century Star car, the 500,000th car produced by China's First Automobile Works (FAW) Group in 2002, runs down the assembly line in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province Nov. 11, 2002. FAW has become the first factory in China to manufacture more than 500,000 cars a year. (Xinhua)

The 2002 Scan-China Exhibition in Beijing

A visitor (R) tries out a verbal translation system, developed by the Acoustics Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, at the 2002 Scan-China exhibition in Beijing Nov. 11, 2002. (Xinhua)

Speeds Development of Fuzhou Harbor

A worker instructs the loading and unloading of containers at the Fuzhou Harbor in southeast China's Fujian Province Nov. 11, 2002. The harbor's handling capacity stood at 31.42 million tons in Jan.-Oct. 2002, 33.04 percent more than the same period in 2001. (Xinhua)

Inner Mongolia Sandstorm Affects Northeast China

Two men struggling with sand and dust in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, Nov. 11, 2002. Flights and urban traffic were seriously affected by the unusual weather as the visibility was only 350 meters. (Xinhua)

A New Passenger Railway in Panjin

Workers are busy installing electric wires and equipments at a site of a new railway in Panjin of northeast China's Liaoning Province Nov. 11, 2002. The railway linking Qinhuangdao of north China's Hebei Province and Shenyang, capital of Liaoning Province, stretches more than 400 kilometers. (Xinhua)

Robots Are Good Friends of Our Mankind

A music teacher enjoys watching a robot playing an electronic piano at the robot exhibition themed "Robots Are Good Friends of Our Mankind" in Zhengzhou, central China's Henan Province, Nov.10, 2002. A variety of over 50 robots were on display. (Xinhua)

Australian Culture Week in Shanghai

Two Australian artists of the world-famous Sydney Dance Company perform Grame Murphy's acclaimed Salome in Shanghai Nov. 11, 2002. The dance opera is a highlight of the Australian cultural program "Celebrate Australia 2002", the centerpiece of the seven-day China Shanghai International Arts Festival starting on Nov. 10. "Celebrate Australia 2002" features an exciting program of performing arts, innovative circus, film and indigenous art performed by more than 200 Australian artists. (Xinhua)

Kim Dae-jung's Youngest Son Receives Suspended Sentence

Another son of South Korean President Kim Dae-jung on Monday was sentenced in jail for two years with three-year suspension and a 200 million won (155,600 US dollars) fine for charges of bribery and tax evasion. (Xinhua) 

Newly-born African Lions in Xiamen

Wang Xiaolan, a breeder in the Xiamen Wild Animal Zoo, takes care of two white newly-born African lions in Xiamen of southeast China's Fujian Province Nov. 11, 2002. The lions were given birth by yellow and black parents, a phenomenon which is very seldom. (Xinhua)
   


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