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Photo Archive --- Date:20030102

Chinese Celebrate New Year

Chinese soldiers raise the national flag of China at Tian'anmen Square in Beijing, in the early morning 1 January, 2003. Thousands people gathered at the square on Wednesday morning to celebrate the first day of New Year.

Security Tightens in New York

In New York, an estimated half million revelers gathered on Tuesday night under tight security for the 99th New Year's Eve party in Times Square, one of the world's best known celebrations that offered a mix of traditional and new tricks to ring in 2003.  

Hu Jintao Addresses New Year Reception by CPPCC

Chinese Communist Party and government leaders celebrated the New Year of 2003 with a party organized by the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing Wednesday.  

Six-year-old Chinese Pupil Sets Record in Quick-play Chinese Chess games

A first-grade pupil of a Chinese primary school set a world record by winning her most games in a quick-play Chinese chess contest Wednesday in Shantou, against a field of 100.  
   


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