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Photo Archive --- Date:20021126

T-shirts Against Domestic Violence in London

A woman looks at a T-shirt against domestic violence, displayed in the Trafalgar Square in London, Nov. 24, 2002. Hundreds of T-shirts painted by children living in British refugee camps were shown in a bid to call for an end to the domestic violence against children and women.

Seminar in Kabul Calling for Elimination of Violence Against Women

Afghan Minister of Information and Culture Saeed Makhdoom Rahim (3rd R) and other government officials attend a seminar with the theme of "Elimination of Violence Against Women" in Kabul Nov. 24, 2002. More than 200 people, including Afghan women from all walks of life and representatives from the UN, participated in the meeting. Nov. 25 is the International Day Calling For The Elimination of Violence Against Women.

Frost-covered Trees Along Songhua River

Two women enjoy the beautiful scenery of the frost-covered trees, along the Songhua river, in Jilin city, northeast China's Jilin province, Nov.24, 2002. The frost-covered trees is one of China's four major scenic miracles, the other three are the Three Gorges of the Yangtze River, the mountains and waters in Guilin in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and the Stone Forest on the outskirts of Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province.

Picture Show of Party Congress in Chongqing

Many Chongqing residents watch the pictures about China's 16th National Congress of the Communist Party at a picture show in Chongqing Municipality of China, Nov. 25, 2002, during which some 60 photos are shown.

Premier Zhu Meets with Austrian Vice Chancellor

Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji meets with Austrian Vice Chancellor Susanne Riess-Passer, who is also in charge of public services and sports, in Beijing, Nov. 25, 2002.

China's First Train Ferry Reaches in Haikou

China's first train ferry reaches the ferry dock in Haikou, the port capital city of south China's Hainan Province on Nov. 25, 2002. The train-ferry which is 165.4 meters long and 22.6 meters wide weighs 13,400 tons and can load a train with 40 cargo cars or 18 passenger cars. The train-ferry service to be formally launched this Dec. 28 will serve as part of China's first sea-crossing railway line when it runs across Qiongzhou Straits in south China from Zhanjiang City of Guangdong Province in the north to Haikou Port City of Hainan Province in the south.

Chinese Pottery Show in Geneva

A Swiss girl take a pose like those Chinese pottery works exhibited in Ariana museum in Geneva Nov. 25, 2002. About 100 pottery works are exhibited in Ariana Museum. The show began in Sep 19 and runs until Jan 15,2003.

"Asian Phoenix" Loads with Coal at Tianjin Harbor

Asian Phoenix, a cargo vessel, loads with coal at Tianjin Harbor in China's Tianjin Municipality, Nov. 25, 2002. The harbor's coal-handling volume reached 38.2 million tons in Jan.-Oct. 2002, 6.5 percent more than the same period in 2001, and is expected to land at 40 million tons by the end of this year.

Ethnic Yao People Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Autonomous County

People from various Chinese nationalities get totether to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Jinxiu Autonomous County of Ethnic Yao, in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Nov.25, 2002.

Demobilized Soldiers Bid Farewell

Li Jian (first from left), one of the 3000 demobilized soldiers of Shanghai armed police forces, burst into tears while bidding farewell to his officers and co-soldiers at Shanghai Railway Station, Nov. 25, 2002.

Premier Zhu Meets Canadian Guest

Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji(R) meets with Leonard Good, co-vice-chairman of the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, and also president of the Canadian International Development Agency, in Beijing, Nov. 25, 2002.

Li Lanqing Meets with Croatian Prime Minister

Li Lanqing, Chinese deputy prime minister (R), meets with Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan in Zagreb, Croatia, Nov. 25, 2002.

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