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Photo Archive --- Date:20030626

Two Men Suspected of Killing Taiwanese Family Arrested

The Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council announced Wednesday that police have arrested Huang Ligang and Cheng Liang who are suspected to have robbed and killed three members of a Taiwanese family in Shanghai. (newsphoto) 

Medical Staffers See off the Last Recovered SARS Patient from You An hospital

Some medical staffers of Beijing's You An Hospital make Victory gesture and smile after seeing off the last recovered SARS patient from the hospital in the capital city of China June 25, 2003. About 500 medical staffers in the hospital had gone into the battle against SARS disease. 195 SARS patients have received medical treatment since the outbreak of the disease in Beijing.

China Launches a Campaign Against Drugs

Passengers acquaint themselves with drugs' harms on the No.1516 train from Guiyang to Hangzhou, in southwest China's Guizhou Province June 25, 2003. China launches a campaign fighting drugs, ahead of June 26, the International Anti-Drug Day.

SARS Patients Present a Silk Banner to Medical Workers

Zhao Da's mother (R) presents a silk banner praising the efforts of the medical staffers of Beijing's You An Hospital in the capital city of China June 25, 2003. Zhao Da is the last recovered SARS patient from the hospital. About 500 medical staffers in the hospital had gone into the battle against SARS disease. 195 SARS patients have received treatment in the hospital since the outbreak of the disease in Beijing.

The Anti-drug Education Museum in Shanghai

This photo shows poppy flower models at the Anti-drug Education Museum of Shanghai. China launches a campaign fighting drugs, ahead of June 26, the International Anti-Drug Day.

Latest World PACS System Is Uesed in SARS Cure

Prof. Li Kuncheng, also director of X-ray department of Xuanwu Hospital affiliated to the Capital College of Medical Sciences, shows X-ray films of a SARS patient at a symposium on remote consultation of SARS patients in Beijing June 25, 2003. Medical experts from Beijing and Shanghai hold the seminar by using the latest world PACS system. Large screens in Beijing and Shanghai show simultaneously the patient's X-ray and CT films that are convenient for experts to exchange views between the two sites.

Car Repair Competition Held in a High School in Washington

Contestants repair cars in a high school student car repair competition in Washington, the United States, June 24, 2003. Fifty teams comprising two contestants each and representing the 50 US states are required to find out the car failures and repair them within 90 minites. The winners will be awarded scholarship of 6 million dollars.

Shanxi's Last SARS Patient Recovered

The last recovered SARS patient (M) walks out of the ward accompanied by the medical workers in the No. 4 People's Hospital in Taiyuan, north China's Shanxi Province June 25, 2003.

Inner Mongolia's stagnant tourism due to SARS has been recovering

Horses browse on a grassland in Hexigten Banner, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 15, 2003. The stagnant tourism due to SARS has been recovering as Inner Mongolia's grasslands turn green since mid-May.

Major Achievements in SARS Vaccines, Drugs

China's Vice-Minister of Science and Technology Li Xueyong said Wednesday that the country has made key progress in vaccines, drugs and diagnostic kits for severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).

The Graduate Employment Fair in Beijing Reopens

Some college graduates of this year watch recruitment information at the graduate employment fair in Beijing June 25, 2003. The fair reopens again after the WHO removed Beijing from its list of SARS-infected areas on Tuesday.

Foreign Tourists Enjoy Healthy and Civilized Tour in Beijing

Catharine (M), a woman from Britain with her five-year-old son, watch rising balloons in the launching ceremony of "Healthy and Civilized Tour in Beijing" in Beijing, capital of China June 25, 2003. More than 700 domestic and foreign tourists went sighting on the outskirts of Beijing Wednesday.

Tourists Visit the City Forest Park in Harbin

A group of tourists take a rest in the city forest park in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, June 23, 2003. As the only city forest park in China, it is covered with more than 1,200 kinds of trees, some of them introduced from abroad, in an area of 1.36 square kilometers.

The Ceremony of "Healthy and Civilized Tour in Beijing" Is Launched

More than 700 domestic and overseas tourists attend the launching ceremony of "healthy and civilized tour in Beijing" in Beijing, capital of China, June 25, 2003. The World Health Organization announced on June 24, 2003 to lift the travel advisory against Beijing and remove the city from its list of SARS-infected areas.

Andre Agassi Plays in the First Round Match of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships

Andre Agassi of the United States plays a backhand to British Jamie Delgado in the first round match of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London June 24, 2003. Agassi won the match 6-4, 6-0, 5-7 and 6-4.

Blair Meets with Chinese Foreign Minister

British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Wednesday met with visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing at Downing Street in London, pledging that he will promote bilateral relations between Britain and China.  

No. 2 Power Generator at the Three Gorges Power Project Successfully Generates Power

Technicians inspect a hydroturbine of the No. 2 power generator at the Three Gorges Power Project on the Yangtze River in central China's Hubei Province June 25, 2003. The No. 2 power generator, began trial operation on June 12, at the Three Gorges Power Project, successfully generates power on a trial basis Tuesday and will be put into official operation in August. Twenty-six generators, each with a generating capacity of 700, 000 kw, will be installed in the power station at the Three Gorges, the largest hydroelectric power station in the world. According to a plan, four power generators will start generating power this year at the Three Gorges, on the upper reaches of the Yangtze River, producing 5.5 billion kwh of electricity this year.
   


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