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Photo Archive --- Date:20021129

Ethnic Street in Xinjiang

Artists in traditional costumes stage ethnic dances at the openning ceremony of Xinjiang ethnic street in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Nov.28, 2002. Visitors from home and abroad can enjoy various ethnic customs and cultures in the street.

Ethnic Street in Xinjiang

Several customers are attracted by a traditional ethnic musical instrument called Rewapu at an ethnic custom museum attached to Xinjiang University in the Xinjiang ethnic street,Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Nov.28, 2002. Visitors from home and abroad can enjoy various ethnic customs and cultures in the street.

Renovation of Dujiangyan

Workers are busy with their repairing on part of the sunk "fish mouth" of the more than 2,250-year-old Dujiangyan irrigation system in southwest China's Sichuan Province, Nov. 28, 2002. The renovation project, due to be completed in 42 days, focuses on dredging silt deposited in the inner canal, and aims to let the ancient water conservation scheme operate for another 2,000 years.

Renovation of Dujiangyan

A man stands on part of the sunk "fish mouth" of the more than 2,250-year-old Dujiangyan irrigation system in southwest China's Sichuan Province in this file photo of Nov. 18, 2002. The renovation project, due to be completed in 42 days, focuses on dredging silt deposited in the inner canal, and aims to let the ancient water conservation scheme operate for another 2,000 years.

Renovation of Dujiangyan

Water is pumped out of a water-logged area before the sunk "fish mouth" of the more than 2,250-year-old Dujiangyan irrigation system in southwest China's Sichuan Province, Nov. 28, 2002. The renovation project, due to be completed in 42 days, focuses on dredging silt deposited in the inner canal, and aims to let the ancient water conservation scheme operate for another 2,000 years.

Fujian Festival 2002 Opens in Hong Kong

Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is finishing touch added to a painting in the opening ceremony of Hong Kong Fujian Festival on November 28.

Fujian Festival Opens in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Fujian Festival 2002 opens on November 28. The Festival will last three weeks.

Arms Inspection in Baghdad

UN arms inspectors are ready to set out for the second-day inspections in Iraq Nov. 28, 2002. The inspection teams searched for mass destruction weapons in two suspected sites in the north area of Baghdad on the second day of inspectons in nearly four years.

Figure Skating in Kyoto

China's Zhang Weina (L) and Cao Xianming (R) perform in the NHK Trophy figure skating competition in Kyoto, western Japan, November 28, 2002.

Figure Skating in Kyoto

Russian skater Irina Lobacheva (R) and her partner Ilia Averbukh (L) perform during compulsory dance of ice dancing event in the NHK Trophy figure skating competition in Kyoto, western Japan, 28 November 2002. Russian skaters lead the competition after the compulsory dance.

Figure Skating in Kyoto

China's Shen Xue (L) and Zhao Hongbo (R) perform during pairs short program in the NHK Trophy figure skating competition in Kyoto, western Japan, November 28, 2002. The Chinese pair leads the competition after the short program.

Figure Skating in Kyoto

China's Shen Xue (top) and Zhao Hongbo perform during pairs short program in the NHK Trophy figure skating competition in Kyoto, western Japan, November 28, 2002. The Chinese pair leads the competition after the short program.

Chinese Vice-premier Meets Slovak President

Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing (L) meets with Slovak President Rudolf Schuster in Bratislava Nov. 28, 2002. 

Israel's Sharon Wins Likud Race

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon casts his vote for the Likud party leadership in the southern Israeli town of Sderot, Nov. 28, 2002. Members of Israel's right-wing Likud party went on Thursday to ballot boxes around the country to vote their party's new leader who, according to all the polls, is expected to easily win the general election on Jan. 28. The party has set up 678 ballot boxes at 152 locations across the country. 
   


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