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News Archive --- Date:20050130


  • China to beef up efforts on poverty reduction (08:57, January 30)
  • First direct flights in 56 years link mainland, Taiwan (13:42, January 30)
  • Beijing considers talking with Chen Shui-bian (08:20, January 30)
  • Five die of meningitis in China's Anhui  (08:19, January 30)

  • Business

  • China to hold first summit of G20 finance ministers (13:12, January 30)
  • China's gold output reaches record high (11:43, January 30)
  • Haier co-operates with US firm on power supply (11:42, January 30)
  • Guangdong becomes most populous province (11:26, January 30)
  • Urban jobless rate down first time in 10 years (11:26, January 30)
  • No rush on yuan reform: China (11:26, January 30)
  • China-Venezuela business seminar calls for closer cooperation (11:19, January 30)
  • Dalian becomes N. China biggest oil transit port (11:18, January 30)
  • Experts in Davos say energy supply fears exaggerated (09:07, January 30)
  • Chinese airlines to buy 60 Boeing 7E7 Dreamliner airplanes (09:07, January 30)
  • L'Oreal doubles sales value in China (09:06, January 30)
  • N. China province reports big malleable iron export (09:01, January 30)
  • China's financial sector undergoes successful reform, says Chinese official (09:00, January 30)
  • China's macro-economic control taking effect, says official (08:58, January 30)

  • World

  • Tension prevails in Iraq as landmark polls open (13:30, January 30)
  • Landmark elections kick off throughout Iraq (13:23, January 30)
  • China, Venezuela should expand cooperation: vice president (11:15, January 30)
  • Venezuela, China sign 19 cooperation accords (11:15, January 30)
  • US embassy hit by deadly rocket on eve of Iraqi election (11:14, January 30)
  • Former Baathists see little legitimacy in first post-Saddam elections  (11:14, January 30)
  • Bird flu death toll in Vietnam rises to 11 (08:51, January 30)
  • Khamenei threatens to retreat from current nuclear stance (08:50, January 30)
  • US "sinks" 500 million dollars into Darfur: official (08:48, January 30)
  • Russia, US vow to maintain succession in relations (08:48, January 30)
  • Overseas Chinese hold symposium to commemorate Jiang Zemin's speech on reunification of motherland (08:48, January 30)
  • Chinese vice premier calls for international cooperation on development (08:47, January 30)
  • China committed to following scientific concept of development: Vice Premier (08:47, January 30)
  • Asia becomes positive force of global economy: Chinese official (08:45, January 30)
  • China says seeking win-win cooperation in Asia (08:45, January 30)
  • Iranian supreme leader retorts US threats (08:44, January 30)
  • India, Russia for 'multi-polar security order' (08:43, January 30)
  • Most Iraqis won't vote: Iraqi president (08:41, January 30)
  • Rice to visit Palestinian territories in Feb. (08:40, January 30)
  • Abbas-Sharon summit to be held on Feb. 8 (08:24, January 30)

  • Opinion

  • Don't politicize business (11:56, January 30)

  • Sports

    Science & Technology

  • Scientists map bats' family tree using genetic data (13:40, January 30)

  • Life

  • Beijing to make up traffic for 2008 Olympics (13:19, January 30)
  • Trailblazer of Chinese nude art ahead of his time (11:46, January 30)
  • New criteria set for food safety (11:41, January 30)
  • Psychology service for the rich (11:40, January 30)
  • HK enjoys significant drop in crime in 2004 (11:35, January 30)

  • Photo

    First direct flights in 56 years link mainland, Taiwan

    Officials from airlines across the Taiwan Straits shake hands after China Southern Airlines' Charter Flight CZ3097 arrived in Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan Province, Jan. 29, 2005. Landing here at 9:28 (0128 GMT) Jan. 29, the flight became the first Chinese mainland-based civil aviation airplane flying to Taiwan in 56 years.

    Taiwan plane arrives in Beijing

    A charter plane of Taiwan-based China Airlines, ferrying more than 200 passengers, landed in Beijing Saturday, Jan. 29, after about 4-hours of non-stop flight.

    Rooster craftwork in China's Chaohu

    A saleslady shows a craftwork about rooster in Chaohu City of east China's Anhui Province, Jan. 29, 2005. Lots of decoration with the theme of rooster are available in the market for the forthcoming Chinese lunar New Year, or the "Year of Rooster", which starts from Feb. 9.

    Plum blossom in China's Nanjing

    Photo taken on Jan. 29, 2005 shows plum blossom on the Meihuashan Hill in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province.

    "Golden rooster" to greet Spring Festival

    Photo taken on Jan. 29, 2005 shows a golden rooster in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province. The golden rooster with a height of five meters was erected to greet the Spring Festival, which marks the beginning of the Year of Rooster this year according to the Chinese lunar calendar. The Spring Festival falls on Feb. 9.

    Talent fair in China's Suzhou

    Applicants read the job information in the international exhibition center of Suzhou industrial park, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 29, 2005. The 2005 Spring Talent Fair of Suzhou opened here on Saturday. A total of 500 units provided 13,000 job opportunities at the fair.

    Vice President kicks off Venezuela visit

    Chinese Vice President Zeng Qinghong (L, Front) shakes hands with Venezuelan Vice President Jose Vicente Rangel upon Zeng's arrival in Caracas, capital of Venezuela, Jan. 28, 2005.'

    Huang Ju attends WEF annual meeting

    Chinese Vice Premier Huang Ju addresses a plenary session of the 2005 annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 29.

    Newly crowned Miss Chinese Int'l

    Newly crowned Miss Chinese International Li Yanan Leanne, 20, from Vancouver, Canada, center, 1st runner-up Fala Chan, 22, from New York, The U.S., left, and 2nd runner-up Jessica Young, 19, from Melbourne, Australia, pose for a picture minutes after the Li was announced as the winner of the beauty pageant, in Hong Kong Saturday night, Jan. 29, 2005.

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