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Photo Archive --- Date:20030318

Agriculture, Farmer's Income a Major Problem for New Cabinet: Premier

China's new Premier Wen Jiabao said here Tuesday that the comparatively sluggish development of agriculture and the slow increase of farmers' income have emerged as a major problem facing his new cabinet. (PD)

Chinese New Premier Meets Press

China's new premier, Wen Jiabao, and four vice-premiers are meeting the press Tuesday, shortly after the closing meeting of the First Session of the 10th National People's Congress (NPC). (Xinhua) 

Chinese New Premier Meets Press

China's new premier, Wen Jiabao, and four vice-premiers are meeting the press Tuesday, shortly after the closing meeting of the First Session of the 10th National People's Congress (NPC). (PD) 

Hu Jintao Pledges Wholehearted Service to Nation

The newly elected Chinese president pledged that he would faithfully perform the powers and functions endowed by the Constitution, scrupulously discharge his duties, word hard and industriously and serve the country and the people with utmost sincerity.  

Hu Jintao Pledges Wholehearted Service to Nation

The newly elected Chinese president, Hu Jintao, pledged that he would faithfully perform the powers and functions endowed by the Constitution, scrupulously discharge his duties, word hard and industriously and serve the country and the people with utmost sincerity.  

Wu Bangguo: NPC Session Successful

Newly elected chairman Wu Bangguo of the Standing Committee of the 10th National People's Congress (NPC) described the First Session of the 10th NPC as a "complete success," with all items on the agenda completed as expected thanks to the joint efforts by all NPC deputies.

First Session of 10th NPC to End Tuesday Morning

Deputies to the First Session of the 10th National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature, pose for photographs March 18, 2003 in front of the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, where the closing session began at 9 a.m. Tuesday. (Xinhua)

Hu Jintao Adresses NPC Session Closing Ceremony

The First Session of the 10th National People's Congress, China's top legislature, is holding its closing ceremony Tuesday morning. Newly-elected President Hu Jintao made an important speech at the closing ceremony. 

First Session of 10th NPC to End Tuesday Morning

Deputies to the First Session of the 10th National People's Congress (NPC) from the Chinese People's Liberation Army walk toward the Great Hall of the People to attend the closing session in Beijing March 18, 2003. (Xinhua)

Bush Gives Saddamn 48 Hours to Leave Iraq

US President George W. Bush Monday gave Iraqi President Saddam Hussein an ultimatum to leave his country within 48 hours to avoid a war. (Xinhua)

Voting at the Seventh Plenary Meeting

Yang Lanzhi of the Dong nationality, a deputy from south China's Hunan Province to the 10th National People's Congress (NPC) of China, admires photos depicting her presence at the First Session of the 10th NPC following the seventh plenary meeting of the session in Beijing March 17, 2003. The members of the 10th NPC special committees were elected, and the vice-premiers, state councillors and ministerial members of the State Council were approved during the meeting. (Xinhua)

Voting at the Seventh Plenary Meeting

Deputies to the 10th National People's Congress (NPC) of China cast their votes during the seventh plenary meeting of the First Session of the 10th NPC in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 17, 2003. The members of the 10th NPC special committees will be elected, and the vice-premiers, state councilors and ministerial members of the State Council will be approved during the meeting. (Xinhua)

Voting at the Seventh Plenary Meeting

Deputies to the 10th National People's Congress (NPC) of China applaud during the seventh plenary meeting of the First Session of the 10th NPC in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 17, 2003. The members of the 10th NPC special committees were elected, and the vice-premiers, state councilors and ministerial members of the State Council were approved during the meeting. (Xinhua)

Journalist Covering NPC Session

A German journalist (F) works during the seventh plenary meeting of the First Session of the 10th National People's Congress (NPC) of China in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 17, 2003. The members of the 10th NPC special committees were elected, and the vice-premiers, state councilors and ministerial members of the State Council were approved during the meeting. (Xinhua)

Life on USS Kitty Hawk

A US Navy F-18 lands on the hangar-deck of USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier March 16, 2003. The aircraft carrier attached to the fifth fleet of the US navy is part of six aircraft carrier groups deployed in northern Persian Gulf for a possible war on Iraq, boasting 5,000 officers and soldiers. (Xinhua)

Premier's Cabinet Nominations Sail Through NPC Session

Deputies to the National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature, line up to cast their votes at the seventh plenary meeting of the First Session of the 10th NPC in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, March 17, 2003. Chinese lawmakers will vote in China's new vice-premiers, state councilors and ministerial members of the State Council at the meeting. (Xinhua)

Wen's Cabinet Nominations Sail Through NPC Session

A deputy to the National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature, casts her vote for members of the NPC special committees at the seventh plenary meeting of the First Session of the 10th NPC in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, March 17, 2003. Chinese lawmakers will vote in China's new vice-premiers, state councilors and ministerial members of the State Council at the meeting. (Xinhua)

Farmers Benefit from Pinangs

Chen Xiao, an official of the Diaoluoshan Forestry Bureau in south China's Hainan Province, inspects pinangs in Diaoluoshan, Hainan, March 17, 2003. Over 4,000 mu of pinangs have been planted here, which brings to the locals an annual income of more than 3 million RMB yuan ( 375,000 US dollars). (Xinhua)

Premier's Cabinet Nominations Sail Through NPC Session

Deputies to the National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature, vote at the seventh plenary meeting of the First Session of the 10th NPC in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, March 17, 2003. Chinese lawmakers will vote in China's new vice-premiers, state councilors and ministerial members of the State Council at the meeting. (Xinhua)

"Living Fossil of the History of the Ming Dynasty"(1)

The photo taken on March 1, 2003 shows houses of special characteristics in the village of Tunbao in southwest China's Guizhou Province. Tunbao, whose residents are of the Han nationality, well preserves the culture and tradition of ancient China's Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) in terms of the language, clothing and architecture of local houses. It is regarded as the "living fossil of the history of the Ming Dynasty". (Xinhua)

"Living Fossil of the History of the Ming Dynasty"

Photo taken on March 1, 2003 shows women transporting bricks at the village of Tunbao in southwest China's Guizhou Province. Tunbao, whose residents are of the Han nationality, well preserves the culture and tradition of ancient China's Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) in terms of the language, clothing and architecture of local houses. It is regarded as the "living fossil of the history of the Ming Dynasty". (Xinhua)

Relics of Yingpanshang Culture Unearthed Following Three-year Excavation(4)

This undated picture shows a pottery pot, a symbol of the latest Yingpanshang Culture dating back as far as 4,500-6,000 years, is unearthed by archaeologists in the upper reaches of Minjiang River in southwest China's Sichuan Province following a three-year excavation. (Xinhua)

Relics of Yingpanshang Culture Unearthed Following Three-year Excavation(3)

This undated picture shows a painted pottery pot and two pieces of broken painted pottery, a symbol of the latest Yingpanshang Culture dating back as far as 4,500-6,000 years, are unearthed by archaeologists in the upper reaches of Minjiang River in southwest China's Sichuan Province following a three-year excavation. (Xinhua)

Relics of Yingpanshang Culture Unearthed Following Three-year Excavation(2)

This undated picture shows a stone fishnet plummet and a stone axe, which are the symbol of the latest Yingpanshang Culture dating back as far as 4,500-6,000 years, are unearthed by archaeologists in the upper reaches of Minjiang River in southwest China's Sichuan Province following a three-year excavation. (Xinhua)

Relics of Yingpanshang Culture Unearthed Following Three-year Excavation(1)

This undated picture shows an elegant perforative jade falchion, a symbol of the latest Yingpanshang Culture dating back as far as 4,500-6,000 years, is unearthed by archaeologists in the upper reaches of Minjiang River in southwest China's Sichuan Province following a three-year excavation. (Xinhua)

Relics of Yingpanshang Culture Unearthed Following Three-year Excavation

This undated picture shows a bone needle, a bone hairpin and an awl, which are the symbol of the latest Yingpanshang Culture dating back as far as 4,500-6,000 years, are unearthed by archaeologists in the upper reaches of Minjiang River in southwest China's Sichuan Province following a three-year excavation. (Xinhua)

Prosperous Border Trade in Urumqi

Two Pakistani businessmen choose and buy commodities in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 17, 2003. The value of border trade in the first two months this year reached 257 million US dollars, 33 percent more than the same period last year. (Xinhua)
   


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