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Photo Archive --- Date:20030625

Big fire burns down commercial storehouse in Kabul

Heavy smog pervaded the sky of the Afghan capital city on Wednesday morning as a big fire was burning down a large commercial storehouse near downtown Kabul.  

Harry Potter Weaves His Magic

A local girl leafs through a copy of "Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix" at the Shanghai Book City on Fuzhou Road yesterday. Since the novel hit local bookshelves last Saturday, the store has sold more than 200 copies.(eastday)

The Scenery of a Vessels Sail In Zhejiang Province

Chinese-style vessels sail in an in-town river of Jiangxing, East China's Zhejiang Province June 23. A traveling program presented by this small city facilitates visitor boat tours in the evenings on the nearby South Lake where the first Party Congress was held in 1927, and for which the town is renowned.

Shandong Peasants' Income is expected to Rise This Year

A fisherman carries harvested kelp alongside his wooden vessel back to the seashore in Dazhaojia Village in Yantai, East China's Shandong Province. The village is expected to reap more than 500,000 kilograms of kelp this year.

Jiang Zemin Meets With Vajpayee

Jiang Zemin (R), Chairman of China's Central Military Commission, meets with visiting Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in Beijing June 24, 2003.

British Queen Welcomes Russian President Putin

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, Russian President Vladimir Putin, his wife Lyudmila(2nd,L.) and Prince Philip(L.) at Buckingham Palace, London, Tuesday June 24, 2003, on the first day of Putin's state visit. 

Wu Bangguo Meets With Korean Entrepreneur

Wu Bangguo (R), chairman of the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress (NPC), meets with Chung Mong-koo, chairman and chief executive officer of Hyundai Motor Co., Ltd. of the Republic of Korea (ROK), at the Great Hall of the People in Beijng June 24, 2003.

Over 250 Kilograms Drugs Are Destroyed In Kunming

A policeman from the Public Security Bureau for Railway in Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province, guards at the drug destruction site on the outskirts of the city, June 24, 2003. 257.63774 kilograms of drugs were destroyed here on Tuesday while local police seized a total of 1075.29 kilograms of drugs from July 1998 to March 2003. (Xinhua)

Beijing's Railway Transportion Approachs the Normal Level before SARS

Passengers queue up to have their tichets checked before taking trains at Beijing Railway Station in the Chinese capital of Beijing June 24, 2003. Over 30,000 passengers arrived in Beijing on Tuesday as the number of arriving passengers approached the normal level before the SARS epidemic in the city.

Beijingers Celebrate Victory Over SARS (3)

A department store staffer sticks a piece of slogan reading 'How great Beijing is! ' to celebrate Beijing being removed from the WHO list of SARS-infected areas and being lifted of the travel advisory against the city in downtown Beijing, China June 24, 2003. The World Health Organization decided to remove Beijing from its list of SARS-infected areas and lift the travel advisory against the city on Tuesday.

Beijinger's Celebrate Victory Over SARS (2)

Tourists and staff members of the Summer Palace celebrate June 24, 2003 in Beijing. The World Health Organization Tuesday removed Beijing from its list of SARS-infected areas and lifted its travel advisory against the city.

Travel Agencies Begin Resumption

Staffers of Beijing Overseas Tourism Corporation take in Beijing, China June 24, 2003 their first group photo since the SARS epidemic in the capital city. The World Health Organization decided to remove Beijing from its list of SARS-infected areas and lift the travel advisory against the city on Tuesday.

Beijingers Celebrate Victory Over SARS

Mr. Zhang, a man from northeast China's Jilin Province, liftes his son in Beijing, China June 24, 2003 to celebrate Beijing being removed from the WHO list of SARS-infected areas and being lifted of the travel advisory against the city. The World Health Organization decided to remove Beijing from its list of SARS-infected areas and lift the travel advisory against the city on Tuesday.

WHO Removes Beijing from SARS List, Lifts Travel Advisory

Shigeru Omi (2nd R), director of the World Health Organization for Western Pacific Region, attends a press conference jointly held by the Chinese Ministry of Health and WHO in China's capital of Beijing June 24, 2003. Omi announced during the press conference that WHO has decided to remove Beijing from its list of SARS-infected areas and lift the travel advisory against the city.

Beijing's Tourism Starts to Resume

A Geran tourist tries Chinese dresses in Xiushui market in China's capital of Beijing June 24, 2003. At 3:05 pm on Tuesday, an official of the World Health Organization announced in Beijing that WHO has decided to lift the travel advisory against the city.

Foreign Wife In Tibet

The photo shows Lindsey Sulton (R) and her husband Jiangcun Duojia at home in Changdu, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Sulton was sending an E-mail to her family in Virginia, the United States. The couple met and got married in 2001 when Jiangcun, a college teacher, studied in the US. Sulton now studies the Tibetan language in Tibet University in Lhasa.

Dedicated Protector of Endangered Birds In Liaoning

Liu Detian, a dedicated protector of black-beaked gulls, introduces to middle school students how to protect the bird in Panjin, a city in northeast China's Liaoning Province, March 18, 2003. For more than 10 years, Liu has been making painstaking efforts to help protect the endangered black-beaked gull. As a reporter of the Panjin Daily, he has released more than 300 articles and 120 photos about the bird after long-time observation. The Shuangtaihekou Nature Reserve in Liaoning is the largest breeding base of the bird in the world. In 2003, about 5,000 black-beaked gulls inhabit here.
   


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