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Photo Archive --- Date:20021114

16th CPC Party National Congress Closes

Delegates to the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China walk out of the Great Hall of the People after the closing session of the congress here Nov. 14, 2002. (Xinhua)

16th CPC Central Committee Elected

Jiang Zemin casts a vote into the ballot box during the ongoging closing session of the 16th National Congress of the CPC, November 14. The 16th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) was elected at the closing session of the 16th CPC National Congress here Thursday morning. The new CPC Central Committee is composed of 198 full members and 158 alternate members. [Xinhua]

Closing Session of 16th CPC National Congress Begins

Bo Yibo (C), one of the eldest delegates to the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), puts the ballot into the box with the help of the workers for the election of the 16th CPC Central Committee and a new Central Commission for Discipline Inspection at the closing session of the congress held in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Nov. 14, 2002. (Xinhua)

Delegations Vote

A woman ethnical minority delegate to the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) puts a ballot into the box while others are waiting for the election of the 16th CPC Central Committee and a new Central Commission for Discipline Inspection at the closing session of the congress held in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Nov. 14, 2002. (Xinhua)

PLA Delegates and Reporters

PLA army Delegates are surrounded by correspondents after arriving at the Great Hall of the People to attend the closing session of the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China Nov. 14. The congress will elect new members for CPC Central Committee and the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.

CPC Congress to Close Thursday Morning

Delegates to the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) queue up for the election of the 16th CPC Central Committee and a new Central Commission for Discipline Inspection at the closing session of the congress held in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Nov. 14, 2002. (Xinhua)

Moya Continues Winning Streak at Shanghai Tennis Masters Cup

Spanish tennis player Carlos Moya hits back in a match with Australian player and world No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt Nov. 13, 2002 during the Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai 2002. Moya beat Hewitt 2-0 and win his second match in the round-robin phase of the tournament. (Xinhua) 

China's Mideast Envoy Meets Arafat in Ramallah

Wang Shijie (R), China's Mideast envoy, and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat answer journalists' questions after their meeting at the residence of Arafat in Ramallah Nov. 13, 2002. (Xinhua) 

Wheat Harvest in Ningxia

Farmer Ma Yuhai drives his tractor to grind wheat Nov. 13, 2002 in Guyuan of China's northwest Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. (Xinhua)

Farmers Getting Rich by Planting Potato

Two workers pack potato starch into bags in a factory in Horinger County of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Nov. 13, 2002. The factory founded in 1996 processes 130,000 tons of potato annually. The income of the local farmers increased by 50 million RMB yuan each year through planting and sale of potato. (Xinhua)

The 7th Housing Bussiness Fair Opening in Fuzhou

Visitors look at a sample of an apartment at the Seventh Housing Bussiness Fair opening in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, Nov. 12, 2002. More than 3.37 million square meters of commercial houses are shown in the fair, which is the largest held in Fuzhou in recent years. (Xinhua)

HongKong--The World Freest Economy

A photo taken in early November 2002 shows foreigners enjoy themselves in a bar in Hong Kong. Hong Kong retained its ranking as the world's freest economy for the ninth consecutive year, according to the Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal's annual "Index of Economic Freedom" published Nov. 12, 2002 (Xinhua)

Consultative Meeting for Laid-off Women Workers in Taiyuan

A laid-off woman worker (L Front) fills a reemployment application form in Taiyuan, capital of north China's Shanxi Province, Nov. 13, 2002. To help the laid-off women workers, the Women's Federation of Shanxi Province has provided training courses for them. Today, the federation holds a consultative meeting for laid-off women workers in Taiyuan. More than 40 organizations attend the consultative meeting, during which more than 1,000 job opportunities are offered for laid-off women workers. (Xinhua)

China Cleans up World's Oldest Irrigation Scheme

Workers use bamboo fences to cut with traditional methods the flow of the river at Dujiangyan irrigation system in southwest China's Sichuan Province Nov. 13, 2002. This marks the start of the renovation project of the 2250-year-old Dujiangyan irrigation system, the world's oldest functioning project currently irrigating some 667,000 hectares of farmland. (Xinhua ) 

Cattle Market in Yitong County

Peasants take their cattle to a local market in Yitong County, northeast China's Jilin Province, Nov. 1, 2002. With over 2,000 cattle on sale everyday, this cattle market, the largest one in northeast China's non-pasturing areas, has played an important role in promoting development of local cattle breeding industry and rural economy. (Xinhua)

Chiese Culture Week in Belgium

A Belgian visitor enjoys a 15th century's Buddhist statue at the opening ceremony of the Chinese Culture Week in Brussels, Nov. 12, 2002. A series of activities, such as photo and antiques exhibitions and dance performances, will be held during the week. (Xinhua)
   


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