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Photo Archive --- Date:20031117

Ozone hole

A NASA comparison photo of the ozone hole (dark shades) over Antarctica.

Match found for adopted Chinese girl

Linda Wells, an American mother of a critically-ill child adopted from China, hugs with a resercher from a Cord Blood Stem Cell Bank in North China's port city of Tianjin, November 16, 2003. The family of 6-year-old Kailee Wells who is suffering from aplastic anemia said they believe they have found a match. A Chinese girl who is about a year old has a cord blood sample that matches Kailee's perfectly. [newsphoto)

Senior CPC official vows to promote Party building

A senior CPC official called for efforts Sunday to promote the building of the Communist Party of China (CPC) through carrying forward the Spirit of Jinggang Mountains, the cradle of the Chinese revolution.  

The First South Sea Guanyin Cultural Festival of Putuo Mountain kick off

A performance of Guanyin (Buddhist Goddess of Mercy) with a thousand arms at the Putuo Mountain in Zhoushan, east China's Zhejiang Province, Nov. 16, 2003. The First South Sea Guanyin Cultural Festival of Putuo Mountain, one of the four famous Buddhist mountains in China, opened Sunday, during which a series of cultural, tourism and religious activities will be held. (Xinhua)

Sand sculpture contest in Haikou

Artists are busy polishing sand sculptures during a sand sculpture contest in Haikou, south China's Hainan Province, Nov. 16. Sand sculpture artists from seven countries including China, the United States, Spain, Singapore are competing in the event. (Xinhua)

Two fireworks blasts kill 9, injure 18 in Guangxi

Medical workers give an emergency treatment to an injured of a firework explosion at local hospital in Beihai City of southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, in the early morning of Nov. 16, 2003. An explosion took place in a fireworks processing site of Beihai Gongguan Fireworks Export Enterprise, the largest of its kind in Guangxi, in Gongguan Town of Beihai claiming five lives and leaving 13 other people seriously injured at about 8:40 p.m. Saturday as the blast site is just less than 10 km from that of similar explosion at about 8:50 a.m. in Gongguan Town. The causes of the blasts are under investigation and local government officials have rushed to the sites to guide rescuing work. (Xinhua) 

Scientists to draft map of silkworm genome

This photo taken on Nov. 14, 2003 shows the framework map of silkworm genome drawn by Chinese scientists, in Chongqing, southwest China. The Chinese scientists announced on Saturday that China has taken the lead in finishing the framework map of silkworm genome, another great scientific result, with joint efforts by more than 400 scientific researchers in over five months. (Xinhua)

Match found for adopted Chinese girl

Linda Wells, an American mother of a critically-ill child adopted from China, hugs with a researcher from a Cord Blood Stem Cell Bank in North China's port city of Tianjin, November 16, 2003. The family of 6-year-old Kailee Wells who is suffering from aplastic anemia said they believe they have found a match. A Chinese girl who is about a year old has a cord blood sample that matches Kailee's perfectly. 

Women's volleyball team returns to Beijing

The newly crowned Chinese women's volleyball team has returned to Beijing.
   


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