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Photo Archive --- Date:20030107

Freestyle Skiing Sparkled by Teenage Skiers

Much beyond his expectation, the 12-year-old Wang claimed the bronze medal for the host team with his teammates. With the medal in his hands, Wang bit the medal to make sure it was not a dream.  

Chinese Speed Skater Loses Five Teeth But Clinches National Gold

Wang Fei clocked 4:21:03 to take the women's 3,000m gold medal at the 10th Winter National Games,Harbin on Monday. (Xinhua) 

Israeli FM, Chinese Ambassador to Israel Visit Injured Chinese Worker

Israeli Foreign Minister Benjami Netanyahu (R) and Chinese Ambassador to Israel Pan Zhanlin (L) call on an injured Chinese worker in a hospital in Tel Aviv Jan. 6, 2003. Two Chinese workers died and six other were injured in the suicide attack. (Xinhua)

Railway Ferry Service Across Qiongzhou Straits Ready

A railway ferry service plying the Qiongzhou Straits between Leizhou Peninsula in south China's Guangdong province and Haikou City on Hainan Island begins on Tuesday morning. Preparations for the service were completed on Jan. 2.

Paleolith Relics Discovered in the Drainage Area of the Tumen River

A researcher of Jilin Unversity in northeast China's Jilin Province shows a paleolith stone relic on Jan. 6, 2003. Chen Xuequan, an associate professor from the University, found for the first time 196 paleolith relics at six sites in the drainage area of the Tumen River, flowing through China, Russia and DPR Korea, tracing back the human history along the river to 10,000 years ago. (Xinhua)

Ancient Han Dynasty Tomb Discovered in Jiangsu

Archeologists from Nanjing Museum join the head of a wooden tomb figurine with the body excavated from an ancient Han Dynasty tomb in Siyang County, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 6, 2003. The tomb, dating back to 2000 years and belonging to the royal family of the Sishui State of the Han Dynasty (B.C.206 -- A.D.220), is about 21 meters long and 21 meters wide and 13 meters in depth. (Xinhua)

Heaviest Snow Blankets Guilin

Two tourists enjoy the snow in the Rongshan Lake scenery in Guilin, capital of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2003. It is the first time in 10 years that the heaviest snow falls in Guilin on Monday. (Xinhua)

Mini Baby in Hangzhou

The one-month-old mini baby girl lies under special care in the ward of the hospital in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Jan. 6, 2003. The mini baby has grown to 36 centimeters high with the weight of 0.95 kg., campared with 0.76 kg. when she was born. (Xinhua)

Official Reaffirms China's Stance on DPRK Nuclear Issue

Zhang Yan, Chinese Ambassador to the UN and other international organizations in Vienna, Tuesday reaffirmed China's support to all the endeavors and propositions beneficial to solving the nuclear issues of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea at a meeting of the board of governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, capital of Austria. 

Offering Superior Services to Customers

A saleswoman (L) maintains a piece of jewelry for a customer at the Guihe Commercial Mansion in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 4, 2003. The shop won the title of "Offering Superior Services to Customers" in the campaign of "No Fake Goods at 10,000 Shops in 100 Cities" launched in China recently. (Xinhua)
   


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