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Photo Archive --- Date:20030628

Flood in China's Jiangxi

Village houses are hit by flood in the Qingshanhu district of Nanchang, capital of east China's Jiangxi Province June 27, 2003. Heavy rains continuously hit northern part of the province, endangering some reservoirs, but there is no report on casualties.

People Fight Flood in Jiangxi

People fight against flood in the Qingshanhu district of Nanchang, capital of east China's Jiangxi Province June 26, 2003. Heavy rains continuously hit northern part of the province, endangering some reservoirs, but there is no report on casualties.

Third Phase of the Three Gorges Project

Workers are busy with digging ground for the base of the hydropower plants in the third phase of the Three Gorges Project on the Yangtze River, June 27, 2003. Some 95 percent of the cubic meters of earth and stone needed to move out for the base has now been finished.

Exhibition of Chinese Flag, Emblem, Anthem in HK

Two women stand before the national emblem of the People's Republic of China (PRC) in Hong Kong, June 27, 2003. The exhibition of the national flag, emblem and anthem of PRC was held in Hong Kong Friday.

Vice-premier Wu Yi Meets with Thai PM

Chinese Vice-Premier and Health Minister Wu Yi (Front, L) meets with Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, June 27, 2003. Wu Yi arrived in Bangkok Friday afternoon to attend the APEC Health Ministers' meeting to be held here on June 28.  

Anti-SARS Fighters Awarded in Guangzhou

The photo taken on June 27, 2003 shows a meeting commending anti-SARS fighters at the Stadium of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province. A total of 154 medical institutions and 9229 individuals were awarded during the meeting in recognition of their outstanding services to the fight against the SARS epidemic.

Recovered SARS Patients in Beijing

Yang Dongmei(C), one of the last three recovered SARS patients from Beijing's Xuanwu Hospital, bids farewell to doctors as she prepares to leave the hospital in the capital city of China June 27, 2003. The hospital saw off its last three recovered SARS patients on Friday. 220 SARS patients have received medical treatment in the hospital since the outbreak of the disease in Beijing.

Tourism in China's Capital

A little girl tourist looks at a type of ray at an aquarium in Beijing, June 27, 2003. Tourism in Beijing has been reviving after the World Health Organization (WHO) removed the city from its list of SARS-infected areas and lifted its travel advisory against it on June 24.

International Bazaar in China's Xinjiang

Dancers perform for tourists at a ceremony to celebrate the completion of the construction of Xinjiang International Bazaar, a major trading complex, in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, June 26, 2003. The bazaar, a castle-like building, includes an 80-meter-tall sightseeing tower, a theater, and over 3,000 rooms. The project is expected to create 30,000 jobs and provides a new destination for domestic and overseas tourists.

Kennedy Exhibition in Berlin

Two German students look at a computerized portrait photo of former US President John F. Kennedy at the German Historical Museum in Berlin June 26, 2003. The exhibition entitled "John F. Kennedy" was opened on Thursday. A large number of photos, manuscripts, articles and sculptures were shown to present the life of the former US president.

American Chinese Awarded 2003 Presidential Scholars

Some of the American Chinese winners of the 2003 Presidential Scholars of the United States pose for a photo with Chinese Ambassador to the US Yang Jiechi (4th Front R) at the Chinese Embassy in Washington June 26, 2003, as the guests of the ambassador. Among the 137 winners of the award this year, 32 are American Chinese.

Egypt Competes for Hosting of 2010 World Cup Finals

Ali Eddin Helal (R), Egypt's minister of state for youth and sports, tells a news conference that Egypt is making all-out efforts to compete for the hosting of the 2010 World Cup football finals in Cairo June 26, 2003. Egypt officially announced on May 26, 2003 to compete for the hosting of the World Cup finals.
   


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