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Photo Archive --- Date:20031120

Miss World contestants on snow-covered Great Wall

Miss World contestants pose on the snow-covered Great Wall November 19. The 110 beauties vying for the Miss World title are in Beijing for a few days sightseeing ahead of the December 6 contest in the resort of Sanya on Hainan Island. (Xinhua)

Mainland, HK sign memo on RMB business

Chinese Vice-Premier Huang Ju (C) attends signing ceremony of co-operation memorandum between the People's Bank of China and Hong Kong Monetary Authority in Beijing Nov. 19, 2003. (Xinhua) 

China to enhance cooperation with Singapore: President

Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) meets with Singaporean Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong in Beijing Nov. 19, 2003. (Xinhua) 

US navy ship pays visit to Vietnam

A millitary official of USS Vandegrift and a diplomat from the US Embassy to Vietnam hold a news conference on the U.S. Navy ship USS Vandegrift on its arrival at Vietnam's Saigon Port to start its four-day visit to Vietnam Nov. 19, 2003. It's the first visit by a U.S. warship to the country since the end of the war between the two countries in 1975. (Xinhua)

Uygur ethnic students studying in Guangzhou

Girl students from northwest China's underdeveloped Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region walk out of the classroom after class at the Sixth Middle School in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 19, 2003. A total of 161 students from the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have come here to study at the middle school in the past four years, sponsored by the Ministry of Education of China. (Xinhua)

Development is Party's top task: senior CPC official

Wu Bangguo (1st L, Front), chairman of the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress, calls on the miners in the 630-meter-deep Zhangji Coal Mine Nov. 17, 2003 during his inspection tour of east China's Anhui Province from Nov. 14-19. (Xinhua) 

2003 China Media Expo opened in Shanghai

Visitors visit the 2003 China (Shanghai) Media Expo in Shanghai Nov. 19, 2003. The countrywide media expo opened here on Wednesday attracting some 260 media groups. (Xinhua)

Traditional Chinese Medicine Proves Effective Against HIV

The picture taken on Nov. 19, 2003 shows a doctor giving medicine to an HIV infected girl at a disease control center in Guiyang, capital of southwest China's Guizhou Province. Chinese scientists have found through clinical pratice that a kind of Chinese traditional medicine, something like amino acid, is effective in restraining HIV and strengthening immunity. (Xinhua)

Stem cell donor in Beijing

Meng Xiaoye, the first stem cell donor from Beijing, lies on a bed for blood collection accompanied by her boy friend at a hospital in Beijing, China, Nov. 19, 2003. Her donation will be directly sent by the Zhonghua Marrow Bank to Shanghai for a transplant operation of a marrow tumor patient. The Zhonghua Marrow Bank has collected 82,000 samples from volunteers by Sept. 2003, and 65 volunteers have successfully donated their stem cells for patients by Oct. 2003. (Xinhua)

US navy ship pays historic visit to Vietnam

The US Navy ship USS Vandegrift arrives at Vietnam's Saigon Port Nov. 19, starting a four-day visit to the country. It's the first visit by a U.S. warship to the country since the end of the war between the two countries in 1975.

US navy ship pays visit to Vietnam

The US Navy ship USS Vandegrift arrives at Vietnam's Saigon Port Nov. 19, starting a four-day visit to the country. It's the first visit by a U.S. warship to the country since the end of the war between the two countries in 1975.
   


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