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Photo Archive --- Date:20031230

Most gas blowout evacuees return home on Tuesday (2)

Most evacuated villagers from the area most severely affected by last week's toxic gas blowout in southwest China's Chongqing municipality will return home on Tuesday, rescue officials say.  

Most gas blowout evacuees return home on Tuesday

Most evacuated villagers from the area most severely affected by last week's toxic gas blowout in southwest China's Chongqing municipality will return home on Tuesday, rescue officials say.  

National Figure Skating Championships held in Heilongjiang

Li Chengjiang from northeast China's Jilin Province wins the men's single free skating at the 2003 National Figure Staking Championships on December 29, the third day of the tournament which kicked off in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province on December 27. (Xinhua photo)

Chinese film "Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress" shown in Germany

An audience views posters about the Chinese film "Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress" in a cinema in Berlin, Germany, Dec. 28, 2003. The movie, written and directed by Dai Sijie, a Chinese living in France, is about city teenagers going to the countryside for reeducation in the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) in China. (Xinhua)

China launches satellite

A Long March 2C/SM carrier rocket blasts off into sky at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan Province, carrying a high-altitude satellite into orbit December 30, 2003. Probe No.1 is part of a space probe program carried out jointly by China and the European Space Agency.  

WHO experts arrive in Guangzhou

A joint team of experts from China's Health Ministry and the World Health Organization (WHO) arrive at Baiyun Airport in Guangzhou, capital of the south China's Guangdong Province, Dec. 29, 2003. The experts plan to visit the suspected SARS patient Tuesday morning and then hold a press briefing. China's Ministry of Health reported on Dec. 27 that a 32-year-old man was confirmed as a suspected SARS case in Guangzhou. 

Wen Jiabao calls for further western development

The Leading Group under the State Council for Development of the Western Regions held a meeting Monday, which called for carrying out the western development strategy unswervingly.  

Role of woman a hot topic in Afghanistan

An Afghan woman (R) in Burqa looks at the modern pictorial posters on a street in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan Dec. 29, 2003. Afghanistan 's constitutional debate entered its final phase in the Loya Jirga, or Grand Assembly on Sunday, and the role of women is one of the hot topics in the meeting.

Chinese rescue workers seeking for survivors in Iran (2)

A member of China International Search and Rescue (CISAR) looks for survivors under the wreckage of a building in Bam, a city in southeast Iran, Dec. 29, 2003. A total of 43 members of CISAR were sent to the earthquake-hit area by the Chinese Government to rescue survivors in Bam after an earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale hit Bam early Friday morning. The Iran state radio reported that 25,000 bodies have been buried in and around Bam.

Chinese rescue workers seeking for survivors in Iran

Members of China International Search and Rescue (CISAR) look for survivors under the wreckage of a building in Bam, a city in southeast Iran, Dec. 29, 2003. A total of 43 members of CISAR were sent to the earthquake-hit area by the Chinese Government to rescue survivors in Bam after an earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale hit Bam early Friday morning. The Iran state radio reported that 25,000 bodies have been buried in and around Bam.

Young relics appraiser from Tianjin (2)

Hao Di, the 18-year-old boy obsessed with collecting historic relics, shows one of his collections, an ancient coin valueing 200,000 yuan (about US$25,000) in Tianjin, China, Dec. 28, 2003. Hao, who started to collect relics at the age of five, is now a great master in the field of relics collection and appraisal. Meanwhile he has published many papers on archaeology and collected nearly 10,000 pieces of precious relics.

Young relics appraiser from Tianjin

This photo taken on Dec. 28, 2003 shows part of the weapons dated back to the Warring States of China (475-221 B.C.) collected by Hao Di, the 18-year-old boy who has been obsessed with collecting historic relics at the age of five in Tianjin, China. Hao is now a great master in the field of relics collection and appraisal. Meanwhile he has published many papers on archaeology and collected nearly 10,000 pieces of precious relics.

Ice lantern in Changchun

Visitors view colorful ice lanterns in the Shengli Park in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, Dec. 28, 2003. Various shapes of ice lanterns are erected on streets and parks in Changchun as the New Year draws near.

"Dreamy Castle" in Changchun

Visitors view the colorful ice lantern "Dreamy Castle" in the Shengli Park in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, Dec. 28, 2003. Various shapes of ice lanterns are erected on streets and parks in Changchun as the New Year draws near.

China successfully launches 'Probe No.1'

A Long March 2C/SM carrier rocket blasts off into sky at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Southwest China's Sichuan Province, carrying a high-altitude satellite into orbit early Tuesday morning. Probe No.1, the highest orbiting satellite China has ever launched, is part of a space probe program carried out jointly by China and the European Space Agency.  
   


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