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Photo Archive --- Date:20030115

Shao Jiayi Vows to Fight for Success in Bundesliga

Chinese midfielder Shao Jiayi, who will join German club TSV 1860 Munich on loan, pledged that his Bundesliga life will never be as miserable as national teammate Li Weifeng in English premier league side Everton.(PD Photo)  

World's Biggest Snoopy-themed Park to be Built in Guangdong

-- Many cartoon characters of Disneyland turn up at a ceremony of signing a contract on the establishment of the Snoopy Fun Fun Garden, the biggest "Disneyland theme park" in the world, in Hong Kong Jan.14, 2003. With an area of 44,000 square meters, the park will be opened in Shunde, south China's Guangdong Province on May 1 this year. (Xinhua) 

Love in China

Physiotherapist Allycon Willson (R) of the United States tells nursers how to give physical treatment to the disabled children in Tianjin, north China, Jan. 13, 2003. After graduation from a US university in December 2001, Willson voluntarily came to China to give physical treatment free of charge to those homeless and disabled children in Tianjin Children's Welfare Institute. She has devoted herself to the work with all love for those children. (Xinhua)

Panda Gaogao Travels to US to Get Married

Eight-year-old panda Gao Gao is loaded onto a plane at Shuangliu International Airport of Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 14, 2003. Gao Gao will fly to the San Diego Zoo in the United States to mate with another Chinese panda Bai Yun and will stay in the US in the coming six years. (Xinhua) 

Israeli Govt Holds Ceremony to Mourn for Three Chinese Victims

Chinese Ambassador to Israel Pan Zhanlin (C front) presents a wreath to the bodies of three Chinese workers killed in the Jan. 5 suicide bombing attack in Tel Aviv at a mourning ceremony held by the Israeli government here Jan. 14, 2003. The bodies of the Chinese victims will be sent back home by Israeli airlines in a few days. (Xinhua)

Shanghai,Shenzhen Stock End Higher

A shareholder watches the stock index screen in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, Jan. 14, 2003. The Composite Index of the Shanghai Stock Exchange closed at 1,466 points, up 6.05 percent from the last close, while that of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange closed at 2,999.4 points, up 6.3 percent. (Xinhua)

Chinese Premier Meets Turkish Ruling Party Leader

Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji (L) shakes hands with Recep Tayyip Erdogan, leader of Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party, during their meeting in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 14, 2003. (Xinhua) 

China, Myanmar to Step up Cooperation: Vice Premier

China is ready to add greater substance to its friendly relations with Myanmar by promoting bilateral cooperation to a new level, Chinese Vice Premier Li Lanqing said Tuesday in Yangon.  

Famous Singer Fei Xiang in Shenyang

Famous singer Fei Xiang smiles in a promotion for Radar watch in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province, Jan. 14, 2003. (Xinhua)

Fashion Show Week Opens in Hongkong

Models present new creations by famous Hong Kong fashion designers in the Conference and Exhibition Center of Hong Kong, China, Jan. 14, 2003. (Xinhua)

Panda Gao Gao to Start US Tour

Eight-year-old panda Gao Gao is loaded onto a plane in Shuangliu International Airport of Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 14, 2003. Gao Gao is to fly to the San Diego Zoo in the United States to mate with another Chinese panda Bai Yun there and will stay in the US in the coming six years. (Xinhua)

Swans Under Better Protection in Zhenzhou

Workers feed injured swans in a protection area for wild animals in the city of Sanmenxia in central China's Henan Province Jan. 14, 2003. About 20,000 swans inhabit in the area near Sanmenxia. (Xinhua)

Protesting against Koizumi's visit to Yasukuni Shrine

Japanese protest against Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's paying homage to the Yasukuni Shrine, a place consecrating Japanese war criminals in the World War II, in Tokyo Jan. 14, 2003. This was Koizumi's third visit to the Yasukuni Shrine after he took office, a move which has triggered strong protest by Japan's Asian neighbors. (Xinhua) 
   


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