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Photo Archive --- Date:20030603

Shanghai-HK Overnight Delivery Service Launched

An express delivery service between Shanghai and Hong Kong was launched Monday, shortening the time of service between the two cities by a half day to 24 hours.  

Water Level of Three Gorges Reservior Reaches, As Planned, 112.05 Meters High

This photo taken on June 2, 2003 show the huge dam of the Three Gorges Reservoir in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. The water level reaches, as planned, 112.05 meters high on the sluice gate at 22:00 Monday. (Xinhua)

Beijing Welcomes First Foreign Tourist Group Since Outbreak of SARS

Twenty-one Australian tourists visit at the Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant in Beijing June 2, 2003. It is the first foreign tourist group visiting the Chinese capital since the outbreak of SARS in Beijing. They arrived here on May 30. (Xinhua)

Beijing Welcomes First Foreign Tourist Group Since Outbreak of SARS

An Australian tourist takes a photo of a roast duck at the Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant in Beijing June 2, 2003. The first foreign tourist group consisting of 21 Australians visit the Chinese capital since the outbreak of SARS in Beijing. They arrived here on May 30. (Xinhua)

New Anti-SARS Herbal Mask Invented, Available in 10 Days

A kind of new anti-SARS Chinese medicine protective masks has been manufactured based on a medical research finding of a Chinese mainland university and will be made available first in the Hong Kong market in about 10 days.  

Senior Leader Stresses Development to Revitalize China

This undated photo shows that Jia Qinglin, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), talks with workers in Daqing Oil Fields, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province. Jia made an investigation tour of Heilongjiang from May 27 to June 1. (Xinhua) 

Environmental Concerns Paramount in Qinghai-Tibet Railway Lineconstruction

Workers transplant a piece of meadow along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway at a construction site near Dangxiong, about 180 kilometers of Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, June 2, 2003. Construction workers have intensified their efforts to protect nature reserves, surface vegetation, rare and wild animals, frozen earth and wetland along the railway line. (Xinhua) 

Measures Taken for Coming University Entrance Examination

A medical worker measures a student's body temperature, as a precautionary measure against SARS virus, at Taiyuan Foreign Languages Middle School in Taiyuan, capital of north China's Shanxi Province, June 2, 2003. With the approach of the university entrance examination of 2003, about 20,000 exam participants spare no time to prepare for the coming examination. (Xinhua)

Prepareing for the College Entrance Examinations

Students of grade three in Beijing No. 2 High School brush up their lessons to prepare for the coming college entrance examinations May 31, 2003. Beijing's college entrance exams will begin on June 7. More than 80,000 high school graduates will take part in the exams in Beijing this year. (Xinhua)

Explosions Rock Eastern Kabul

Scared Afghans run away from the site of a conflagration with explosion in Kabul, June 2, 2003. A serious fire with great explosion happened to an oil market in central Kabul on Monday. According to the Afghan police, four people were injured in the fire under investigation. (Xinhua)

Chinese Vice Premier Meets with Quarantine Officials from ASEAN

Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi (2nd L) meets with some quarantine officials from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Beijing June 2. They visited Beijing's Capital International Airport and International Travel Health Care Center, giving high praise to China's work in checking the spread of SARS.(Xinhua)

Hu Jintao Meets with Brazilian President

Chinese President Hu Jintao meets with Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (R) for a morning breakfast meeting at the Hotel Beau Rivage in Lausanne, June 2, 2003.(Reuters Photo) 
   


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