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Photo Archive --- Date:20031218

New SARS case in Taiwan (2)

Medical staff wear face masks at the Taipei Municipal Ho Ping Hospital, a designated hospital for SARS patients December 17, 2003. Taiwan's health authorities said a 44-year-old SARS researcher at a military hospital had tested positive for the virus. This is the island's first case since it was dropped from a global list of SARS-infected areas in July.  

New SARS case in Taiwan

A visitor to Taipei's Hoping Hospital waits in the admittance lobby where a man infected with SARS was brought earlier in the morning, Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2003. Taiwan's health authorities said on Wednesday a 44-year-old SARS researcher at a military hospital had tested positive for the virus.[AP] 

Israeli President visits the Great Wall

Visiting Israeli President Moshe Katsav and the First Lady visit the Great Wall in Beijing, Dec. 17.

Japanese reduces weight by 105kg at Tianjin slimming hospital

Katodai, a Japanese, attends body building exercises at Aimin Slimming Hospital in Tianjin, north China, Dec. 17, 2003. Katodai, 26, who once weighed 290 kilograms, went to the hospital last August. Through four months of comprehensive treatment with traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, body building, dieting and psychotherapy, he has lost 105 kilograms of weight. (Xinhua)

Baghdad truck blast kills 17

Iraqis watch the debris of a truck in the southwest of Baghdad, capital of Iraq, Dec. 17, 2003.A fuel truck bomb killed 17 people in a huge fireball in Baghdad Wednesday as violence gripped Iraq in the wake of Saddam Hussein's capture. (Xinhua)

Women's World Cup in Hong Kong

China's Zhang Yining returns the ball during a group match of women's singles against Romania's Badescu Otilia at the Volkswagen Women's World Cup in Hong Kong, south China, Dec. 17, 2003. Zhang Yining beat Badescu Otilia 4:0. (Xinhua)

President Hu stresses need to raise farmers' income

Hu Jintao (C), general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and Chinese president, shakes hands with farmers affected by floods earlier this year during his inspection tour at a village in Dongming County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 14, 2003. Hu Jintao made an inspection tour in Shandong Province and central China's Henan Province Dec. 12-17 specifically on resolving issues in the fields of agriculture, countryside and farmers. (Xinhua) 

President Hu stresses need to raise farmers' income

Hu Jintao (C), general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and Chinese president, talks with farmers during an inspection tour at a village in Shangqiu, a city in central China's Henan Province, Dec. 15, 2003. Hu Jintao made an inspection tour in east China's Shandong Province and Henan Province Dec. 12-17 specifically on resolving issues in the fields of agriculture, countryside and farmers. (Xinhua) 

Activities of the third Charity Day for the Chinese Children

A school girl kisses Hao Deyuan, a 90-year-old professor of Capital Normal University after sending him a gift made by herself in Beijing, capital of China, Dec. 17, 2003. Activities of the third Charity Day for the Chinese Children, carried out on Dec. 17, is aimed at helping the Chinese children continue school education and keep them away from diseases, hurt, and crimes. (Xinhua)

Beijing built 747 star-rated toilets

A man works in a four-starred toilet in the Tiantan Park in Beijing, capital of China, Dec. 17, 2003. Beijing built 747 star-rated toilets in 320 tourism attractions in the past two years, according to the Beijing Tourism Administration. (Xinhua)

US zoo names panda cub as 'Mei Sheng'

The San Diego Zoo in California on Tuesday announced the name of the four-month old male panda cub as "Mei Sheng," which means "Born in U.S.A."  

International Book Fair in Kuwait

A Chinese (R) introduces to visitors a Chinese book at the 28th Kuwait International Book Fair in Kuwait Dec. 17, 2003. More than 600 publishing companies from 25 countries attended the fair, opened on Dec. 17. (Xinhua)

Yunnan Peacock Garden

A peacock (L) crossbred by green and blue peacocks strolls in the Yunnan Peacock Garden in the suburb of Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province, Dec. 17, 2003. More than 1,100 peacocks of four kinds and 200 jungle fowls are bred in the garden, China's biggest biological one which was opened on Dec. 17. (Xinhua)

Yunnan Peacock Garden

A jungle fowl strolls in the Yunnan Peacock Garden in the suburb of Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province, Dec. 17, 2003. More than 1,100 peacocks of four kinds and 200 jungle fowls are bred in the garden, China's biggest biological one which was opened on Dec. 17. (Xinhua)

China's top legislator meets Thai senate speaker

Wu Bangguo (R), chairman of the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress, shakes hands with Thai Senate Speaker Manoonkrit Roopkachorn in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Dec. 17, 2003. (Xinhua) 
   


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