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News Archive --- Date:20050116


  • Physical condition of Zhao Ziyang stabilizes (14:09, January 16)
  • China forms a rational structure of nuclear industry (10:32, January 16)
  • HK chief expresses hope to improve governance (09:22, January 16)
  • NPC delegation leaves for Latin America tour (09:20, January 16)
  • Portuguese President to visit Macao (09:20, January 16)
  • NPC vice-chairman meets US congressional delegation (09:15, January 16)
  • Chinese, Monacan leaders exchange greetings on anniversary of diplomatic ties (09:12, January 16)
  • Chinese mainland, Taiwan agree on charter flights (09:00, January 16)

  • Business

  • China to host int'l fair on semiconductor equipment, materials (10:27, January 16)
  • Siemens to establish 3G software R&D center in China's Hangzhou (10:28, January 16)
  • Shenzhen leads Chinese cities in foreign trade (10:30, January 16)
  • S. China province reports 26-percent foreign trade growth (09:51, January 16)
  • Andorra PM calls for closer economic ties with Shanghai (09:50, January 16)
  • S. China city reports rising income for farmers (09:49, January 16)
  • Beijing will not allow RMB to appreciate (09:06, January 16)

  • World

  • Abbas pledges end to Mideast conflict amid new violence  (14:44, January 16)
  • British passenger plane makes emergency landing after losing wheel (10:21, January 16)
  • Mother of US soldier: superiors should be tried for prisoner abuses (10:18, January 16)
  • Abu Ghraib abuse leader gets 10 years (10:19, January 16)
  • Chinese relief goods lands in Sri Lanka (09:35, January 16)
  • Lesotho reiterates adherence to "one China" policy (09:34, January 16)
  • More Chinese relief goods arrive in Indonesia (09:33, January 16)
  • Myanmar, China agree to enhance cooperation in combating transnational crimes (09:32, January 16)
  • Vietnam, China to beef up all-round ties (09:31, January 16)
  • Abbas sworn in as new PNA chairman  (14:44, January 16)
  • Saudi militant killed in Kuwait shootout (09:28, January 16)
  • International bodies continue assistance while tsunami-hit nations step-up rebuilding (09:28, January 16)

  • Opinion

  • Friction reduction lies on mutual trust (13:44, January 16)

  • Sports

  • Chinese Ren Hui cruises to Winter Universiade win (10:37, January 16)
  • Kenya's surprise bid for 2016 Olympics receives mixed reactions (10:10, January 16)
  • China sports stars play charity games for tsunami relief (10:09, January 16)
  • China wins 1st gold at Winter Universiade (10:37, January 16)
  • Ivanovic wins Canberra Classic WTA tennis (10:08, January 16)
  • Federer downs Roddick to clinch Kooyong Classic title (10:09, January 16)

  • Science & Technology

  • Smoking raises cancer-relating protein: US research (10:39, January 16)
  • Huygens pictures unveil surface of Titan (10:02, January 16)
  • US scientists create micro-lab on chip (10:01, January 16)

  • Life

  • Beijing to push forward all-round greening work (12:52, January 16)
  • Beijing planning unveiling a new blueprint (13:20, January 16)
  • Famous scenic city attracts increasing tourists (10:24, January 16)
  • Chinese pay more for medical services in recent years (10:16, January 16)

  • Photo

    Thailand Phuket tourism

    A vendor seeks customers on Surin Beach of the Thailand's tsunami-ravaged tourist island of Phuket, Jan. 15, 2005. The island is welcoming more travelers as it has recovered from the tsunami disaster.

    Chinese medical team in Banda Aceh

    Zhang Yongqing (R), member of the Chinese medical team, inspects the condition of a serious patient at the General Hospital of Banda Aceh, a tsunami ravaged area of Indonesia Jan. 15, 2005. Chinese medical workers devote themselves to helping relieve the sufferings of tsunami victims, providing strong support to the recovered medical service here.

    China celebrates 50th anniversary of nuclear power industry

    Chinese Vice Premier Huang Ju (Front) addresses the celebration ceremony for the 50th anniversary of China's foundation of nuclear power industry in Beijing, capital of China Jan. 15, 2005.

    Tibetan preformance in Haikou

    Actresses from Tibet Autonomous Region perform in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province, in the evening of Jan. 14, 2005. The excellent performance attracted more than 1,000 audiences.

    China wins 1st gold at Winter Universiade

    China won its first gold medal of the 22nd World Winter Universiade on Friday in Innsbruck, Austria, when Zhang Dan/Zhang Hao crowned in the figure skating pair event.

    Abbas sworn in as new PNA chairman

    Mahmoud Abbas (2nd L) is sworn in as new chairman of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) in the West Bank city of Ramallah Jan. 15, 2005.

    Huygens pictures unveil surface of Titan

    This raw image beamed back by the ESA Huygens probe during when it is 8 kilometers away from the surface of Saturn's moon, Titan. Canals valleys and perhaps also a shoreline" could be seen clearly in the photo. (Xinhua/AFP Photo)

    Mainland, Taiwan agree on charter flights

    Pu Zhaozhou (R), vice-president of the Cross-Strait Aviation Transport Exchange Council, attends the press conference with Le Daxin, chairman of the Taipei Aviation Transport Commerce Trade Council in south China's Macao, Jan. 15, 2005. Chinese mainland and Taiwan civil aviation circles reached consensus here Saturday on launching non-stop charter flights for Taiwan businessmen during the Spring Festival, Chinese Lunar New Year.

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