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Photo Archive --- Date:20030129

Jong-wook Lee from S. Korea elected new director-general of WHO

Gro Harlem Brundtland from Norway, left, congratulates her successor Jong-wook Lee from South Korea, right, after he was elected new director-general of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in a secret ballot, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2003, in Geneva, Switzerland. Lee will replace Brundtland at the helm of the United Nations agency on July 21. 

Chinese U-22 Lose 2-0 to Denmark

Chinese U-22 team suffered a 2-0 defeat to Denmark in a soccer friendly Tuesday in Hangzhou.  

Kumquat Greets Spring Festival

Workers lay potted oranges along the streets in Macao, China, Jan. 28, 2003. With the upcoming Spring Festival Macao is in the Festival mood. (Xinhua)

Macao Greets Spring Festival

A local resident takes photos in front of a giant palace lantern in Macao, China, Jan. 28, 2003. With the upcoming Spring Festival Macao is in the Festival mood. (Xinhua)

Spring Festival Laterns in Nanjing

Colored lanterns and different patterns of lights highlight the famous Qinhuai River and Confucius Temple in night in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 28, 2003. The annual Qinhuai lantern festival opened on Tuesday before the upcoming Spring Festival. More than 400,000 coloured lanterns are exhibited here. (Xinhua)

Lantern Exhibition in Qinghai

This photo taken on Jan. 28, 2003 shows coloured lanterns exhibited on the Qinhuai lantern festival held in the Confucius Temple of Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province. The annual Qinhuai lantern festival opened on Tuesday before the upcoming Spring Festival. More than 400,000 coloured lanterns are exhibited here. (Xinhua)

Traffic Accident in Shenyang

A nurse tends a woman who got injured in a traffic accident in a hospital in Siping City of northeast China's Jilin Province Jan. 28, 2003. An overweighed truck collided with a bus at about three o'clock near Maojiadian on the Shenyang-Siping Highway in northeast China's Liaoning Province Tuesday morning, killing at least 18 people and injuring 32. Provincial public security officials have begun investigation while those injured have been hospitalized. (Xinhua)

Longest City Light Railway in China Fully Operational

A passenger train runs on the light rails in Beijing, Jan. 28, 2003. The whole line in the urban areas of Beijing, stretching 40.85 kilometers from Xizhimen station to Dongzhimen station, was open to traffic here on Tuesday. (Xinhua)

Trade Center City-Shanghai

The photo taken on Jan. 28, 2003 shows a sheep sculpture of a paper-cut design, in central Shanghai. The retail sales of Shanghai market in 2002 topped US$25 billion, reaching the bench mark for the first time for the city of an international trade center. (Xinhua)

Cable TV into Kazak Herdsman's Family

A worker lays a rural cable TV line in Dacheng City of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The city has raised more than seven million yuan to build cable TV lines in 68 villages. Now peasants and hersmen of the city can watch the Spring Festival evening party program presented by the CCTV during the upcoming Spring Festival which falls on Feb. 1. (Xinhua)

Aiding Western Economic Development

A worker of the Harbin Steam Turbine Plant works in the workshop in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Jan. 28, 2003. The Harbin Power Plant Group, consisting of Harbin Steam Turbine Plant, Boiler Plant and Electrical Machinery Plant, is a key electricity generating equipment corporation. They produce electricity equipment accounting for more than one third of the country's total. The Group has in recent years involved in the economic development in the western regions of the country. (Xinhua)

Overpasses with Artistic Designs in Hongkong

Two tourists walk along the corridor of an overpass, where lots of calligraphic works are exhibited, just like an art gallery in Hong Kong, China, Jan. 27, 2003. There are lots of overpasses with various designs and shapes in Hong Kong. (Xinhua)

Shang Dynasty Relics Unearthed in Hefei

The undated picture shows a tortoise shell of China's Shang Dynasty (1600 B.C. -- 1100 B.C.) excavated at Dayang Town, Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province. A Shang Dynasty ruins was found here recently and lots of relics excavated, which indicates that Hefei is hundreds of years earlier than the current record. (Xinhua)

Shang Dynasty Relics Unearthed in Hefei

The undated picture shows a porcelain pot of China's Shang Dynasty (1600 B.C. -- 1100 B.C.) excavated at Dayang Town, Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province. A Shang Dynasty ruins was discovered here recently and lots of relics excavated, which indicates that Hefei City is hundreds of years earlier than the current record. (Xinhua)
   


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