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News Archive --- Date:20040507


China

  • 300 leave isolation as SARS fears wane (19:43, May 07, 2004)
  • China reports no new SARS cases for past 24 hours (May 7) (19:34, May 07, 2004)
  • PD and South African Embassy to China jointly publish commemorative special magazine  (17:59, May 07, 2004)
  • Growth hurdles "need our attention", Hu (17:50, May 07, 2004)
  • Central gov't easing HK travel restrictions  (14:15, May 07, 2004)
  • China in bid to improve Tibetan's livelihood (14:02, May 07, 2004)
  • China reports no new SARS case in past 24 hours (May 6) (19:45, May 07, 2004)
  • Chinese President reiterated scientific concept of development  (22:29, May 07, 2004)
  • HK to celebrate International Museum Day (11:11, May 07, 2004)
  • Local discipline inspection officials told to perform duties (10:55, May 07, 2004)
  • Chinese President congratulates Putin on second term (19:20, May 07, 2004)
  • NPC's decision in long-term interests of HK: Chief Executive (10:44, May 07, 2004)
  • Mayor apologizes for shelf collapse accident in central China (11:16, May 07, 2004)



  • Business

  • China to close medicine companies failing to pass GMP (22:26, May 07, 2004)
  • Over 1,300 enterprises listed in Chinese stock markets (22:25, May 07, 2004)
  • Commodity supply, demand moving to balance (22:24, May 07, 2004)
  • China produces 1.30m automobiles in 1st quarter (22:24, May 07, 2004)
  • Public toilets in capital attract investment (19:38, May 07, 2004)
  • China promotes formation of Asian association of salt industry (12:52, May 07, 2004)
  • State-owned coal enterprises witness huge profit (13:03, May 07, 2004)
  • HK maintains sustainable growth of financial market: official (13:07, May 07, 2004)
  • ADB approves loan to help Chinese rural development program (13:10, May 07, 2004)



  • World

  • Bin Laden said to offer gold for killings (22:04, May 07, 2004)
  • Sino-EU partnership advances to new level (20:03, May 07, 2004)
  • Key points of China-EU Joint Press Statement  (20:03, May 07, 2004)
  • China, EU vow to safeguard, promote world peace, stability (20:03, May 07, 2004)
  • Wen says China generating opportunities for EU businesses  (20:04, May 07, 2004)
  • Premier urges EU to recognize China's market economy status (20:04, May 07, 2004)
  • Wen stresses importance of developing China-EU comprehensive strategic partnership  (20:04, May 07, 2004)
  • Premier proposes five-point proposal for expanding China-EU economic ties (20:04, May 07, 2004)
  • 4 Chinese injured in Pakistan return home (19:26, May 07, 2004)
  • Bush says US won't prejudice Palestinian status (19:29, May 07, 2004)
  • Putin sworn in for 2nd term (19:32, May 07, 2004)
  • 6 killed, 50 injured in bomb blast in Karachi (19:30, May 07, 2004)
  • Chinese Premier ends visits to Belgium, EU headquarters, starts visit to Italy (10:35, May 07, 2004)
  • Heavy fighting erupts in holy city of Najaf (11:30, May 07, 2004)
  • DPRK urges release of former South Korean official (12:31, May 07, 2004)
  • Russian president vows to reinforce existing political party system (11:26, May 07, 2004)
  • Premier Wen's visit to boost Sino-Italian ties (10:34, May 07, 2004)
  • Bush apologizes for abuse scandal, rejecting call for Rumsfeld's resignation (11:23, May 07, 2004)
  • 300 feared killed in Nigeria as officials dismiss 630 death toll (11:34, May 07, 2004)



  • Opinion

  • Days of sizzling economy over in China? (19:25, May 07, 2004)



  • Sports




    Science & Technology

  • SARS virus may spread via sweat, food, touch: study (19:30, May 07, 2004)
  • Fossils show "roof of the world" was oasis 130 mln years ago (13:43, May 07, 2004)
  • 17 return satellites launched for surveying land resources (13:40, May 07, 2004)
  • Combined Chinese, western therapy helps SARS patient recover (12:41, May 07, 2004)
  • Unmasking China's Sanxingdui Ruins (12:45, May 07, 2004)
  • Chinese astronomy fans observe NEAT comet (12:48, May 07, 2004)



  • Life

  • Mainland women hunt for cosmetics in "shopping paradise" (19:41, May 07, 2004)
  • One quarter senior citizens in Beijing have no spouse (13:59, May 07, 2004)
  • Pet owners call for sympathy, better services (13:56, May 07, 2004)
  • Chinese college opens controversial diploma program on "martial guards" (13:29, May 07, 2004)
  • China upgrades its first network for access to Internet (13:27, May 07, 2004)
  • Student couple's wedding arouses public interest in China (13:18, May 07, 2004)
  • HK police seize 5 kilograms of suspected cocaine (13:22, May 07, 2004)



  • Photo

    Premier Wen, Prodi hold talks

    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and European Commission President Romano Prodi (right) hold talks at the EC headquarters in Brussels May 6, 2004. Wen is on a two-day official visit to Belgium and to EU institutions.

    Concrete placement undergoing smoothly in Three Gorges

    Dam on the right bank of the Three Gorges project and concrete placement at the power station. The concrete placement there is undergoing smoothly. Now the highest point has reached 71.4 meters. The backfill height in all the plants is supposed to be 42 meters.

    Collapsed storage shelves kill 15 in Zhengzhou

    Rescue members seek for the victims in Zhengzhou, capital of central China's Henan Province, May 5, 2004. 34 people have been excavated and sent to hospital and 15 of them died.

    Spring in Hangzhou

    A couple sit on the Baoshi Hill watching the West Lake in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, May 5, 2004.

    Spring in Moscow

    Racers compete in a pursuit race in Moscow, Russia, May 5, 2004. With the arrival of the spring, more and more Russians go outside to enjoy the spring sunshine in the Labor Day holidays.

    Chinese Ambassador meets with university representative

    Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Zhang Chunxiang (1st, L) talks with the representative of Aga Khan University Hospital in southern Pakistan's Karachi City, May 5, 2004. The hospital pledged to offer free medical treatment to the nine Chinese engineers injured in an explosion at Gwadar port.

    Hu Jintao pays inspection tour to Jiangsu Province

    Chinese President Hu Jintao visits staff of Panda Electronics Group Co., Ltd. on April 30 during his seven-day inspection to Jiangsu Province.


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