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Photo Archive --- Date:20030822

The 22nd Universiade Opens

Members of the Chinese delegation wave their hands at the opening ceremony of the 22nd Universiade in Taegu, the Republic of Korea, Aug. 21, 2003. More than 4,600 athletes from 177 countries and regions will take part in the game which is scheduled to end on Aug. 31. (Xinhua) 

The Chinese Women's Ninth National Congress Opens in Beijing

the Ninth National Women's Congress opened in the Great Hall of the People Friday morning. (PD Online)

Earthquake Leaves 5 Injured, 450 People Homeless in Tibet

This photo taken on Aug. 20, 2003 shows a fissure on the wall of a destroyed house during an earthquake in Bomi County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Aug. 20, 2003. A quake measuring 5.7 on the Richter sacle hit the eastern part of the region Monday, leaving five people injured and more than 100 houses damaged. (Xinhua)

China Women's Team Misses Medal at Gymnastics Worlds

China's Fan Ye performs on the balance beam during the women's team event at the 37th World Gymnastics Championships in Anaheim, the United States, Aug. 20, 2003. China collected a total of 110.259 points to take the fourth place. (Xinhua)

China Beats Japan at Women's Basketball Match

China's Sui Feifei (R) goes for a shot against an unidentified Japanese player in the women's basketball match at the 22nd World University Games in Daegu, the Republic of Korea, Aug. 21, 2003. China won the match 87-74. (Xinhua)

The World Mourns Victims of the Terror in Baghdad

UN officials and local citizens light candles in front of the UN Headquarters in New York Aug.20, 2003, in memory of the victims of the bombing. (Xinhua)

A Large Silver-mine in Inner Mongolia

The photo taken on Aug.3, 2003 shows a pile of high-grade silver ores by the mouth of a well drilling in Hexigten Pasture in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. A large silver-mine was recently verified here with a current deposition of 3,000 tons and the ore grade is expected up to 40 percent. Now the exploitation preparation is underway. (Xinhua)

Hong Kong Delegation Arrived in Beijing

Gu Xiulian(R), vice-chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee and vice-president of All-China Women's Federation, greets a member of Hong Kong delegation who will attend the Ninth National Women's Congress of China at the Jingxi Guesthouse in Beijing Wednesday night, Aug.20, 2003. The Hong Kong delegation arrived here for attending the Women's Congress to be held in Beijing on Aug. 22 to 26. (Xinhua)

The 22nd Universiade opens in Taegu, ROK

The 22nd World University Games raised its curtain on Thursday with a ceremony highlighted by spectacular fireworks, impressive choreographed and technology-backed images and sounds.  

Eighth Dalian Int'l Automobile Exhibition Opens

A model poses for a photo with a Lincoln-Navigator at the Eighth Dalian International Automobile Exhibition opened at Xinghaiwan Convention and Exhibition Center in Dalian City, northeast China's Liaoning Province Aug. 21, 2003. Some 230 manufacturers from Japan, Germany, the United States and China took part in the event with more than 300 automobiles of about 60 brands and 80 types on display. (Xinhua)

Colorful Ceremony Opens World University Games

The 22nd Universiade is opened in Taegu, the Republic of Korea, Aug. 21, 2003. More than 4,600 athletes from 177 countries and regions will take part in the game which is scheduled to end on Aug. 31. (Xinhua) 
   


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