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Photo Archive --- Date:20030602

HK Welcomes First Batch of Guangdong Tourists After WHO Lifting Travel Advisory

People wait in line at the border check point in Shenzhen in south China's Guangdong Province June 1, 2003. Guandong restored its travel to Hong Kong and Macao Sunday after suspension for a while as a precaution against SARS. More than 30 tour groups from the Chinese mainland arrived in Hong Kong Sunday. (Xinhua)

China, ASEAN build entry-exit quarantine cooperation mechanism

The two-day China-ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Entry-Exit Quarantine Meeting On SARS is opened in Beijing June 1, 2003. The Entry-Exit Quarantine Action Plan for Controlling the Spread of SARS by the Chinese Government and ASEAN was passed during the meeting Sunday. The meeting was attended by representatives from the World Health Organization and 11 countries. (Xinhua)

Chinese President Makes Proposals for World Development, Cooperation

Leaders attending an informal South-North dialogue meeting pose for a group photo in Evian, France June 1, 2003. (Xinhua) 

Chinese President meets with French President

Chinese President Hu Jintao (L) meets with his French counterpart Jacques Rene Chirac in Evian, France, June 1, 2003. Hu is here to attend a leaders' informal dialogue between the North and the South. (Xinhua)

Beijing and Qinghua University Students Return

Students of the Beijing University enter the designated places for health observation in Beijing June 1, 2003. Some students of the Beijing and Qinghua universities who left due to the serious situation on SARS began to come back for their studies Sunday. But they need to have strict medical check-ups and stay in the designated places for a seven-day health observation. (Xinhua)

682-year-long Wofo Temple Reopens After Renovation

Tourists view the sleeping Buddha in the Wofo Temple, a Buddhist temple, in Beijing June 1. The sleeping Buddha made of sandalwoods weighs over 500,000 kg. The 682-year-long temple began to reopen to the public Sunday after a half-year renovation. (Xinhua)

Chinese President meets with Switzerland president

Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) meets with Pascal Couchepin, president of the Swiss Confederation, in Lausanne, Switzerland, June 1. (Xinhua Photo)  

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