Jiangsu Girl Receives Marrow from a Taiwan DonatorChen Xia, a 22-year-old girl who is suffering from leukemia, will receive bone marrow transplantation from a Taiwan young man of non-blood-relations on June 13. It will take nearly 20 hours to cover the whole course of operation including marrow-drawing, carrying and transplanting the bone marrow, which will go from Taiwan, to Hong Kong, Shanghai, and then reach Suzhou, Jiangsu Province.
Excellent College Students Win Panasonic Scholarship2002 Panasonic Scholarship award-giving meeting was held in Beijing on June 12.
Stamp Issued in Support of Beijing's Olympic Bid China Stamp Collection Company and Hong Kong Post have simultaneously issued a set of two-piece Stamp Sheet-let, ¡°My Wishes¡±, wishing Beijing success in its 2008 Olympic bid. Pictured here is a Hong Kong citizen holding such a stamp in his hand.
One-Meter-Tall Mom Gives Birth to a Healthy SonMini-mom Gu Shaojun gave birth to a healthy son in Shanghai No.6 Hospital on the morning of June 12. Thus, she becomes China¡¯s second example of a mini-mother who suffers from fragilitus ossium (a rare bone disease) but still successfully got a healthy baby. This is her husband Zhang Peijun carrying the newborn baby in his arms.
'New Weapon' for Plateau Railway ConstructionThe rail concrete-mixer, newly developed by Sichuan Qinhong Machinery Manufacturer, will be put into use in the construction of Qinghai-Tibet railway. It was made to suit the plateau climate, it is pollution- and noise-free and is free from the influence of temperature change.
BOBICO Delegation in MombasaBOBICO officials have already arrived in Mombasa, a coastal city of Kenya. The picture here shows the representatives from Chad are reading the bidding materials of Beijing.
Ambassadors Inaugurated Arabic Sub-web of People.com.cnPeople.com.cn on June 13 formally launched its Arabic sub-web (http://arabic.people.com.cn) as one of the largest news webs to release news with multiple foreign languages in China. At the invitation of Bai Keming, president of People's Daily, 15 Arab countries' ambassadors to China paid a visit to the Web Center of People's Daily on June 13 morning to celebrate the formal launch of the Arabic sub-web and inaugurated the new webstation.
Putin Interviewed by Chinese Media President Vladimir Putin of Russia replies to correspondent of Xinhua News agency, in an exclusive interview with Chinese media at the Kremlin Palace in Moscow June 11, 2001. Putin will go to Shanghai for the Sixth Summit Meeting of the "Shanghai Five" , which is scheduled for June 14-15.
Li Peng Meets with Bolivian Guest Li Peng, chairman fo the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress meets with President of the Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia Jaalil R. Melgar Mustafa at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing June 12, 2001.
Zhu Rongji Inspects Sichuan Province Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji points at the bags of rice which are State-granted compensation to villagers for their harvest lost in converting arable lands back into forests when he visited a Tibetan family at Xinxing village in Kangding county of southwest China's Sichuan province June 9, 2001. Zhu Rongji made a study tour in Sichuan province for June 8-12.
Zhu Rongji Inspects Sichuan Province Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji gestures while talking to an unidentified woman on protection of natural forest resources in Tianquan county of southwest China's Sichuan province June 9, 2001. Zhu made a study tour in Sichuan province from 8 till 12, June.
Sino-Belgian Stamp Show Opens in East China CityA Sino-Belgian stamp show opened Tuesday in this capital of Jiangxi Province to mark the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
World Badminton Champions Come Back Home Chinese badminton champions Gaolin(L) and Zhangjun walk into the hall of the Beijing International Airport holding golden cup and flowers on June 12, 2001. Chinese national badminton team won the fourth Sudirman Cup in succession.
Site of Japan's Notorious Unit 731 Opens to the Public A 68-year-old man cleans the nameplate of his father who was killed in the second world war by notorious Unit 731 of Japan at the once Unit 731's site in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, when the site formally opened to the public June 12, 2001. Unit 731's site is the largest site of Japanese army unit developing bacteriological weaponry preserved as a proof of Japan's agression to China during the World War Two. More than 1200 new substantial evidences of Japan's development of bacteriological weaponry have been found since last year's excavation of the site.
Site of Japan's Notorious Unit 731 Opens to the Public The photo shows the remains of an incinerator at notorious Unit 731's former site in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province. The site which is the largest site of Japanese army unit developing bacteriological weaponry preserved as a proof of Japan's agression to China during the World War Two opened formally to the public on June 12, 2001. More than 1200 new substantial evidences of Japan's development of bacteriological weaponry have been found since last year's excavation of the site.
Children Clean Source of Yangtze River Three Tibetan children prepare to load a bag of garbage onto the truck in the source of the Yangtze River 4,500 meters above sea level in northwest China's Gansu Province June 12, 2001. Some 100 pupils from the Tanggula Ranges Primary School form an environmental protection team, collecting waste materials along the river bank.
Replicas of Chinese Relics Exhibited in Rio De Janeiro Two visitors look at the replica of a terracotta warrior of Chinese ancient Qin Dynasty in an exhibition of replicas of Chinese historical relics which opened in Rio De Janeiro on June 11, 2001. The exhibition showed replicas of 87 Chinese relics from China's ancient Shang Dynasty to Qing Dynasty. ¡¡¡¡¡¡