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Photo Archive --- Date:20030604

Wu Bangguo Urges Legislatures to Raise Work Quality to New Level

Wu Bangguo (Front, L), a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), inspects the Huaxi Hospital of Sichuan University in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province June 3, 2003. (Xinhua) 

Water level of Three Gorges Reservior reaches, as planned, 114.29 meters high

This photo taken on June 3, 2003 shows an airscape of the Three Gorges Reservoir on the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. The water level reaches, as planned, 114.29 meters high on the sluice gate at 19:00 Tuesday. (Xinhua)

Photo on Three Gorges Reservoir

This photo taken in July, 1999 shows the concrete transmitters at the Three Gorges project site in central China's Hubei Province. After a decade-long construction, the gigantic Three Gorges Project, which has been longed for by the Chinese people for about a century, is closer to completion as the project's reservoir started storing water officially on June 1, 2003. (Xinhua)

Senior Leader Extends Gratitude to HK, Macao for Anti-SARS Donations

Jia Qinglin, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), expressed his gratitude Tuesday to the HK and Macao members of the CPPCC National Committee for their support for the anti-SARS battle on the Chinese mainland.  

Vice Premier Calls for All-out Efforts to Employ University Graduates

Chinese Vice-Premier Huang Ju (C) gives a speech during a tele-conference on the recruitment of graduating college students in Beijing June 3, 2003. Hua Jianmin, State Councilor and secretary general of the State Council also attended this conference which was presided over by State Councilor Chen Zhili (L). (Xinhua) 

Premier Urges Speeding up Renovation of Old Industrial Bases

Wen Jiabao (L 2), a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and Chinese premier, inspects Anshan Iron and Steel Group Corp. in northeast China's Liaoning Province May 31, 2003. Wen was on an inspection tour in Liaoning from May 31 to June 3. (Xinhua) 

The Exhibition Center of Tianjin Economic & Technological Development Zone Under Construction

The picture taken on June 3, 2003 shows the almost-finished exhibition center of Tianjin Economic & Technological Development Zone in north China's Tianjin Municipality. The main part of the construction work of more than 10 projects with an invesment of 15.273 billion yuan (about US$1.84 billion) including financial center, library, exhibition center in the zone has been finished. The whole construction work is expected to be completed by the end of 2003. (Xinhua)

The Consumption Has Generally Recovered in Shanghai

A customer selects an air-conditioner in a shop of household electric appliances in Shanghai June 3, 2003. The consumption has generally recovered thanks to the effective control of the SARS virus in the city. (Xinhua)

US-Arab Summit on Mideast 'Roadmap' Opens in Egypt

US President George W. Bush (4th R) is greeted by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (2nd R) before they hold a meeting in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh June 3, 2003. (Xinhua) 

Ancient Tomb Discovered in Chengdu

Photo taken on June 2, 2003 shows a pottery figure of monster unearthed in Shifang, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Five tombs dating back to the Jin Dynasty (265-420) were discovered during the construction of a road last May, and more than 30 precious relics found in the tombs reflect aspects of the Chinese society 1,600 years ago. (Xinhua)

Ancient Town to be Relocated After Water Storage of Three Gorges Reservoir(5)

Two women wash clothes at a dock in the town of Dachang in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality May 7, 2003. Dachang, home to 30,000 people, has a history of 1,700 years. It will be inundated following the second-phase water storing of the Three Gorges Reservoir in 2004. (Xinhua)

Ancient Town to be Relocated After Water Storage of Three Gorges Reservoir(4)

Picture taken on May 7, 2003 shows part of the new town of Dachang in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. The od town of Dachang, home to 30,000 people, has a history of 1,700 years. It will be inundated following the second-phase water storing of the Three Gorges Reservoir in 2004. (Xinhua)

Ancient Town to be Relocated After Water Storage of Three Gorges Reservoir (3)

A man walks on the main street in the town of Dachang in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality May 7, 2003. Dachang, home to 30,000 people, has a history of 1,700 years. It will be inundated following the second-phase water storing of the Three Gorges Reservoir in 2004. (Xinhua)

Ancient Town to be Relocated After Water Storage of Three Gorges Reservoir (2)

Two women talk beside a gate in the town of Dachang in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality May 7, 2003. Dachang, home to 30,000 people, has a history of 1,700 years. It will be inundated following the second-phase water storing of the Three Gorges Reservoir in 2004. (Xinhua)

Ancient Town to be Relocated After Water Storage of Three Gorges Reservoir (1)

Picture taken in 1998 shows part of the town of Dachang in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Dachang, home to 30,000 people, has a history of 1,700 years. It will be inundated following the second-phase water storing of the Three Gorges Reservoir in 2004. (Xinhua)
   


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