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Photo Archive --- Date:20030620

Freighter Collides with Passenger Liner in Chongqing

Rescue personnel carry a shipwreck survivor to a hospital in Chongqing, southwest China, June 19. A freighter collided with a passenger liner belonging to Yangtze River Three Gorges Shipping Co., Ltd. near Longqiao Town, Fuling District of Chongqing, at 7:55 a.m. on June 19. Three people were killed and about 20 others were missing. (Xinhua)

Beijing Imperial City Art Gallery Built up

People visit the newly-built Beijing Imperial City Art Gallery June 19, 2003. The art gallery, featuring culture, cultural relics and folk customs, etc. in the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties, will open to the public here Friday. (Xinhua)

Jinjiang's Enterprises To Explore Makets Both At Home And Abroad

Workers produce sandals for export to the European and United States markets Thursday at the Aiyue Shoemaking Co in Jinjiang, East China's Fujian Province. Local businesses have been actively exploring domestic and overseas markets, which has powered the fast growth of Jinjiang's economy.

The Girls' Class of Ford Foundation In Yunnan Province

Students of the Lahu Girls' Class of Ford Foundation attend class June 16, 2003 in the Lancang Autonomous County of the Lahu Ethnic Minority in southwest China's Yunnan Province. Forty-five needy girls of the Lahu ethnic minority will spend their primary school life in the class with a donation of US$15,000 by the Ford Foundation in February, 2002. (Xinhua)

China's Women's Table Tennis Team Takes Military Training Courses

World Champion Zhang Yining (front) pratices military salute with her teammates in Shijiazhuang, capital of north China's Hebei Province, June 17, 2003. China's national women's table tennis team assembles here for military training courses, including morning exercises, formation drills, military boxing and etc, starting on June 16. (Xinhua)

A New Regional Training Organization Established In Phnom Penh

The foreign ministers of the six Mekong River Sub-region countries applaud the upgrading of the Mekong Institute of Khon Kaen University to a regional training organization at an inauguration ceremony held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, June 19, 2003. The newly established institute will offer personnel training for the six Mekong sub-regional countries in the fields of economics and management. These countries are Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. (Xinhua)

Shandong's Garlic Is Exported To Dozens Of Countries

Workers of Hongchang Vegetable and Fruit Company prepare garlic to be exported to Japan, in Jinxiang county, east China's Shandong Province, June 17, 2003. Jinxiang is China's "land of garlic". Twelve private companies of the county have signed contracts valuing US$90 million with clients from 64 countries including the United States, Japan and South Korea. (Xinhua)

China Handicapped Art Troupe Visit Hong Kong

Dancers (in red clothes) of China Handicapped Art Troupe perform for some Hong Kong deaf-mutes in the dancing rehearsal hall of Hong Kong Cultural Center in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China June 19, 2003. Having been invited by the preparatory commitee of Hong Kong "Lizhiqing Return" theatrical evening, the art troupe will offer performances here for 10 days. (Xinhua)

The Establishment of The Wuzhishan Natural Protective Area

This undated photo shows the sign of the Wuzhishan Natural Protective Area of south China's Hainan Province. The protective area, covering 1,3435 hectares and located in southern Hainan Island, is chosen by China's State Council as a national natural reserve. (Xinhua)

The Importance Of Lianyungang Habour In China's International Trade

A cargo ship berths by a foodstuff conveyer at a dock of the Third Harbor Company of the Lianyungang Harbor in Lianyungang, east China's Jiangsu province June 18, 2003. Lianyungang is one of the busiest land and sea trade terminals in the country. 25 out of the 30 berths of the harbor can bear ships each with 10,000 tons in weight. It has currently established trade relations with nearly 1,000 harbors of 100 countries and regions in the world. The handling capacity of goods of the harbor reached over 30 million tons in 2002 and 60 percent among them were from China's middle and western regions. (Xinhua)

China's HDTV Sells Well On The International Markets

A worker checks the quality of the new TV products at a production line of Xiahua Electronics Co. Ltd. in Xiamen, southeast China's Fujian Province, June 18, 2003. Such high-definition television set (HDTV) has been popular on the markets in the United States, Australia and many other countries since it was put into the market in May 2002. (Xinhua)
   


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