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Photo Archive --- Date:20030106

Suicide Bombings Rock Israel

Rescuers carry a wounded away from the site of two suicide bombings in Israel's coastal city of Tel Aviv Jan. 5, 2003. At least 20 people were killed and more than 70 others injured in the bombings, for which Palestinian group Islamic Jihad (Holy War) has claimed responsibility. (Xinhua) 

Movie Star's Eighteen Houses Sold at Auction

A woman (R front) raises her card to bid for apartments of former Chinese actress Liu Xiaoqing at the hall of Beijing Auction House Jan. 5, 2003. Of a total of 19 houses and apartments belonging to Liu and her company, 18 were sold at a price of 6.611 million yuan (about 800,000 US dollars) during the auction. Liu Xiaoqing, one of China's best-known actresses, was convicted last year of evading up to 14.58 million yuan (1.75 million US dollars) in taxes since 1996. (Xinhua)

Shenzhou IV Returns Home

The imitated astronaut is shown in the landed capsule of "Shenzhou IV" spacecraft after it was opened at the landing site in the middle part of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in north China, Jan. 5, 2003. The spaceship returned to the ground successfully on Sunday. (Xinhua) 

Largest Obsidian Stone Discovered in Jilin Province

Chen Quanjia, an expert from the archaeological researching center in Jilin University, gives the introduction of an obsidian stone in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, Jan. 5, 2003. The obsidian stone, unearthed in Fusong County of Jilin, which weighs 17.5 kilograms, is the largest of its kind in the paleolithic period. (Xinhua)

Largest Obsidian Stone Discovered in Jilin Province

Chen Quanjia, an expert from the archaeological researching center in Jilin University, studies an obsidian stone with his students in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, Jan. 5, 2003. The obsidian stone, unearthed in Fusong County of Jilin, which weighs 17.5 kilograms, is the largest of its kind in the paleolithic period of China. (Xinhua)

Shenzhou IV Returns Home

The screen displays the landing process of China's "Shenzhou IV" unmanned spacecraft at the command center in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 5, 2003. The spaceship Sunday landed successfully in the middle part of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in north China. (Xinhua) 

First Snowfall in "Spring City"

An elder sweeps the snow in Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province, Jan. 5, 2003. Kunming known as "Spring City" witnessed the first snowfall this winter. (Xinhua)

Flower Festival Opens in Beijing

A woman learns how to insert flowers at the opening of 2003 Flower Festival in Beijing, Jan. 5, 2003. Various activities will be held in the one and a half month long festival, including ikebana performances, a flower exhibition and a flower fashion show and China-Japan exchanes in ikebana. (Xinhua)

Enjoy the Snow

Two tourists enjoy the snow in a park of Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, Jan. 4, 2003. The temperature in the city was minus 27.3 degrees Celsius Saturday, the lowest so far this winter. (Xinhua)

Cold Weather in Beijing

Fourteen-month-old Lu Shengjie receives infusions at the Beijing Children's Hospital here Jan. 5, 2003 after he caught a cold because of extreme cold weather. The temperature in Beijing dropped to minus14.3 degrees Celsius Sunday moning, the lowest this winter following 17 consecutive warm winters. (Xinhua )

Hu Jintao Stresses Need to Re-employ Laid-off Workers

Hu Jintao (3rd L), general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), visits a nomadic family in Xilin Gol, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 4, 2003. Hu's inspection tour of Inner Mongolia was aimed at carrying out the spirit of the 16th CPC National Congress and improving people's living and production conditions. Wang Gang (1st R), alternate member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, was also present on the occasion. (Xinhua) 

Red Cross Aid to the People in the Disaster-striken Areas

Trucks carrying relief material leave this capital city of northwest China's Qinghai Province for other parts of the province Jan. 5, 2003. Sponsored by the China Red Cross and Qinghain Red Cross, the activity kicked off Sunday to donate relief material worth a total of 3.02 million yuan (360,000 US dollars) for people in the disaster-striken areas of the province. (Xinhua)

Hong Kong Medical Assistant Team

A newly founded task force of the Hong Kong medical assistant team is shown to the public in the Victoria Park in Hong Kong, China Jan. 5, 2003. The team set up in 1950 is a first-aid team during the natural and man-made disasters. (Xinhua)
   


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