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Photo Archive --- Date:20021121

Chinese DM Meets With DPRK Guest

Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Chi Haotian (R) meets with Shin Dong-gun, deputy director of the Administration of Foreign Affairs of the Military Forces of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), in Beijing Nov. 20, 2002.(Xinhua)

Fossil of Marine Reptile Discovered in Guizhou

Yin Gongzheng (L), a paleobiology researcher, works over with his workmate Nov. 19, 2002 the fossil of a marine reptile living in remote antiquity, discovered in southwest China's Guizhou Province recently. (Xinhua)

Chinese Li Grabs Women's 53kg Jerk Gold, Break World Record

China's Li Xuejiu, the medal winner in the women's 58 kg category at the 15th World Women's Weightlifting Championships in Warsaw, Nov. 20, 2002. Li won the championship of clean and jerk with 127.5 kg, setting a new world record. She also won silver medals in snatch and total. (Xinhua) 

Chinese Le Takes Men's 62kg Snatch Gold with Bodyweight Advantage

China's Le Maosheng is greeted by the silver medal winner on the podium in the clean and jerk discipline of the men's 62 kg category at the 72nd Men's World Weightlifting Championships in Warsaw, Nov. 20, 2002. Le won the championship with 140 kg in the event. (Xinhua) 

Chinese Sweeps Women's 58kg Golds at Weightlifting Worlds

China's Song Zhijuan salutes to the audience on the podium of women's 58 kg category at the15th Women's World Weightlifting Championships in Warsaw, Nov. 20, 2002. Song packaged the three gold medals of the category with 105 kg in snatch, 125 kg in clean and jerk and also 230 kg in total. (Xinhua) 

Jiang Meets Former South Korean President

China is fully committed to maintaining peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula, President Jiang said Wednesday in a meeting with ROK former president Roh Tae-Woo. Jiang said that China firmly supported all efforts conducive to promoting peace and stability on the peninsula.

Expo on Richard Nixon's China Visit Opens in Beijing

Julie Nixon Eisenhower, the daughter of former U.S. President Richard Nixon look at a sculpture of Nixon (Left), shaking hands with former Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai, at an exhibition in Beijing Wednesday Nov. 20, 2002. The exhibition commemorates the 30th anniversary of Nixon's historic visit to China in February 1972. (Xinhua) 

2002 International Paper-making Industry Exposition in Beijing

Visitors look at a model of a paper making machine at the 2002 International Paper-making Industry Exposition in Beijing Nov. 20, 2002. The exposition, which opened here Wednesday, has attracted more than 170 manufacturers from home and abroad. (Xinhua)

Chief UN Arms Inspector Says Visit to Iraq "Constructive"

Chief UN arms inspector Hans Blix (L) said on Wednesday his visit to Iraq was "constructive." at a news conference upon his arrival in Cyprus.(Xinhua)

US Senate Approves Establishment of Homeland Security Department

Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D., talks about Homeland Security legislation Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 19, 2002, in Washington. The Senate was set to finish work on the legislation Tuesday, ending five months of contentious debate on how to carry out the most monumental reorganization of the federal government in over half a century.(Xinhua/AP) 

Special Stamps of "Kongfu and Taekwondo"

A set of two special stamps featuring two women practicing Chinese Kongfu (L) and two men engaged Korean Taekwondo (R) is demonstrated at the stamp issuing ceremony in Changzhou city, Hebei Province, Nov. 20, 2002. Chinese postal administration issued the special stamps of "Kongfu and Taekwondo" Wednesday to mark the 10th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and the Republic of Korea (ROK). (Xinhua)

CPPCC Standing Committee Holds Work-reviewing Meeting

The 19th meeting of the Standing Committee of the National Committee of the Ninth Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) held its third full-member session here Wednesday to review its work.  

Science Lecture for Pupils

Pupils of Beijing No. 2 Experiment Primary School listen to a popular science lecture about polar area in Beijing, Nov. 20, 2002. Scientists and scholars who have been to the north and south poles will give lectures to students of over 100 primary schools in Beijing. (Xinhua)

Action of environmental protection in southwest province

A tibetan woman uses a degradable bag to carry goods in a supermarket of Shangri-la County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Nov. 19, 2002. For months, the supermarket has discarded plastic bags used to carry goods. To keep a sustainable development of tourism in Shangri-la region, basket, cloth and paper bags and other enviroment-friendly wrappage are encouraged to be used instead of plastic bags. (Xinhua)

Chinese Scientists Sail on Antarctic Expedition

A group of Chinese scientists are ready to leave Pudong of Shanghai for an expedition to the South Pole by the ship "Xuelong" (Snow Dragon) Nov. 20, 2002. They will make scientific researches on summer and winter seasons at China's Great Wall and Zhongshan stations. China's 19th Antarctic expedition team consists of 131 people and is expected to return to Shanghai in early March 2003. (Xinhua)

2002 China International Fashion Week in Beijing

Top four models of the New Silk Road model contest, who are to participate in China International Fashion Week, pose in front of media in Beijing Nov. 20, 2002. Over 30 fashion shows will be given during the event from Nov. 21 to 28. (Xinhua)

Beautiful Scenery in Urumqi

visitor takes pictures for the other as souvenirs Nov. 18, 2002, beside the Tianchi Lake, 1,950 meters above sea level, and about 100 km. southeast of Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The lake, just below the glacier of the Bogda Peak, the second highest of the Tianshan Mountains, stores the melted snow from surrounding mountains, which causes it to vary in size from three to four kilometers north-south and one to two kilometers east-west. (Xinhua)

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