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Photo Archive --- Date:20030301

China's State Science&Technology Award for 2002

The award-giving conference of China's State Science and Technology Award for 2002 is held in Beijing Feb. 28, 2003. Jin Yilian, a 74-year-old computer scientist from the Chinese Academy of Engineering won the top science and technology award.

China's State Science and Technology Award for 2002

Hu Jintao, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, attends the award-giving conference of China's State Science and Technology Award for 2002 in Beijing Feb. 28, 2003.

Yang Yang Best Female Athlete for 2002

China's speed-skating athlete Yang Yang holds a trophy during the awarding ceremony of CCTV Sports Awards for 2002 in Beijing, China, Feb. 28, 2003. Yang was awarded as the most popular female athlete and the best female athlete for 2002.

Li Xiaopeng Honored Best Male Athlete for 2002

China's gymnastics athlete Li Xiaopeng holds a trophy during the awarding ceremony of CCTV Sports Awards for 2002 in Beijing, China, Feb. 28, 2003. Li was honored the best male athlete for 2002.

Bill Gates in Beijing

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates (1st L front) has a photo taken with the prize-winning Indian team of the Asian and Pacific Regions .Net Development Competition in Beijing Feb. 27, 2003. Over 90,000 university students from China, Japan and some other countries and regions in Asia attended the competition.

Ancient Mural discovered in Pingshun of Shanxi

The photo taken on Feb. 28, 2003 shows part of a fresco during the Five Dynasties (907-960) in Pingshun county of north China's Shanxi Province. The fresco of 46 square meters is the only well-preserved one in Chinese ancient temples.
   


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