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Photo Archive --- Date:20010926

Li Peng Meets Danish Guest

Li Peng, chairman of the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress, meets with Jacques Hermann, president of the Danish Supreme Court, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Tuesday, September 25, 2001.  

Putin Visits Germany

Visiting Russian President Wladimir Putin on Tuesday expressed Russia's solidarity with the United States to combat terrorism.  

German Chancellor Talks with Mubarak

German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder(right) and Egyptian President Muhammed Hosni Mubarak held a joint press conference after their talks at the palace of chancellor in Berlin Tuesday, September 25, 2001.  

A Giant Panda with Most Babies

Giant panda "Qingqing" lies with her 105-gram-weight baby in the mouth in Chengdu Tuesday, September 25, 2001. "Qingqing", a 17-year-old giant panda who has born 8 farrow, altogher 12 babies, is the giant panda with most babies in the world.

Hui Fashion Show Held in Ningxia

A model displays traditional scarf and leather waistcoat of ethnic Hui nationality at the Hui Fashion Show Tuesday in Yinchuan, the capital city of northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, September 25, 2001. The Hui Fashion Show, with a theme of "tradition and modern", features the fashion culture of ethnic Hui nationality.

Chinese National Day Celebrations

Workers put flowers with different colors in order to form beautiful pictures along the main streets of Guangzhou, the capital city of south China's Guangdong province, September 25. Cities and villiages of China are all decorated to welcome the coming National Day.

Chinese National Day Celebrations

Pedestrians walk pass a main street of Harbin decorated with beautiful red lanterns, September 25, 2001, the capital city of northeast China's Heilongjiang province. Chinese are preparing to celebrate the coming National Day, which falls on October 1.

Kursk Submarine to Be Lifted

A spokesman from the site for raising the sunken nuke submarine Kursk introduces the preparation for its raising through live TV broadcast to the media from various countries at the News Center Hall in Murmansk September 24, 2001. The raising operation is scheduled in the next few days. The Kursk sank in the Barents Sea August 12, 2000, killing all 118 people on board.

Kursk Submarine to Be Lifted

A view of Murmansk Port by the Barents Sea where The Russian nuke submarine Kursk sank August 12, 2000, killing all 118 people on board. The raising operation is scheduled in the next few days.

Annan Meets Japanese PM

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan(R) meets with Japanese Prime Minister, Junichiro Koizumi at the United Nations headquarters in New York September 24, 2001.

Annan Meets Indonesian President

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan(R) meets with Indonesian President Megawati Soekarnopurti at the United Nations headquarters in New York September 24, 2001.

New Highway Bridge in Southwest China

A view of the highway bridge just completed in southwest China's Guizhou Province September 25, 2001. The 564.2-m bridge with 90-m piers has a vertical distance of over 280 meters from water surface.

Reproduction of Dunhuang Murals

Yang Dongmiao copies a mural picture of the Dunhuang Grottoes in northwest China's Gansu Province September 25, 2001. The Yang couples have copied over 200 pieces of murals, 30 percent of their "Reappearance of Dunhuang Murals Programme" since 1989.

Wheat Harvest in Inner Mongolia

Three farmers winnow the husks of wheat at the Hetao area, the top of the Great Bend of the Yellow River, in northwest China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region September 25, 2001. The area got a bumper harvest of wheat despite of three consecutive years of drought.

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