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Photo Archive --- Date:20031107

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US Secretary of State Colin Powell (L) delivers a speech as former Chinese Vice-Premier Qian Qichen (R) sits aside, listening at a conference on the Sino-US relations in Texas A&M University in Houston, the United States, Nov. 5, 2003. The seminar, with the theme of the past, present and future Sino-US relations, was opened here Wednesday, jointly sponsored by the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, Texas A&M University and George Bush Presidential Library Center. It is the highest level non-governmental exchange since the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1979.

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The opening ceremony of the World Economic Development Declaration Conference (WEDDC) and the China Business Summit in Zhuhai, a coastal city in south China's Guangdong Province.

US Army soldiers in Iraq

US Army soldiers console one another during a memorial at Al Asad air base, Iraq, Nov. 6, 2003 for the 16 victims of a Chinook helicopter which was shot down by insurgents on the weekend. Against a backdrop of 16 helmets resting on M-16 rifles, American soldiers on Thursday honored their comrades, victims of the single deadliest incident for US forces since they invaded Iraq. [Reuters Photo]

Star TV, Toyota unite in China

STAR Group CEO James Murdoch (L) and Toyota senior managing director Akio Toyoda shake hands during a press conference in Beijing Thursday, November 6, 2003. STAR Group and Toyota have launched a formal partnership to promote sales of Toyota's auto products via STAR TV programmes in the world's fastest growing auto market.

Yang Liwei crowned "Space Hero"

China's first astronaut Yang Liwei was conferred the title of "Space Hero" at a high-profile rally celebrating China's first manned space flight held at the Great Hall of the People Friday. Yang, 38, was also awarded a badge of honor for his space faring merits. (Xinhua Photo) 

High-profile rally held to mark first manned spaceflight

China held a high-profile rally at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Friday to celebrate the country's first manned spaceflight, which made it the third spacefaring country after Russia and the United States. The rally was jointly organized by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the State Council and the Central Military Commission.  

Chinese pair Shen/Zhao lead Cup of China

China's Shen Xue (F) and Zhao Hongbo perform during the short event of pairs competition in Cup of China-ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating in Beijing, capital of China, Nov. 6, 2003. They ranked first in the event. (Xinhua) 

An enthusiastic performance.

The wildly popular Chinese figure skating pair Shen Xue and Zhao Hongbo drew the most applauses in Beijing Thursday night but they were expecting more tomorrow.  

River dammed to build huge hydraulic power station

The roaring Hongshui River in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region was successfully dammed Thursday morning to pave the way for the construction of a huge hydraulic power station 

Snow in Beijing (3)

A blizzard hit Beijing Thursday night, breaking branches still bearing green leaves and bringing traffic to a standstill. The government mobilized 8,000 workers to shovel snow. The State Meteorological Observatory said temperatures will drop by an average 8 to 10 C across most of North China from Friday.

Hu Jintao holds talks with Zambian president

Chinese President Hu Jintao hosts a welcoming ceremony for Zambian President Levy Mwanawasa in the Great Hall of People in Beijing Nov. 6, 2003. Mwanawasa arrived here on Nov. 5 for a seven-day state visit. 

Snow in Beijing (2)

A blizzard hit Beijing Thursday night, breaking branches still bearing green leaves and bringing traffic to a standstill. The government mobilized 8,000 workers to shovel snow. The State Meteorological Observatory said temperatures will drop by an average 8 to 10 C across most of North China from Friday.

Snow in Beijing (1)

A blizzard hit Beijing Thursday night, breaking branches still bearing green leaves and bringing traffic to a standstill. The government mobilized 8,000 workers to shovel snow. The State Meteorological Observatory said temperatures will drop by an average 8 to 10 C across most of North China from Friday.

Vice premier's speech declared more measures for opening up

Vice-Premier Wu Yi delivers a speech at the opening ceremony for the World Economic Development Declaration Conference (WEDDC) and the China Business Summit November 6, 2003. Wu said that China will continue to push forward the opening of the service sector and open new areas to absorb overseas capital.  
   


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