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CHINA-PROTEST/SINOPEC
RTR39OYI
October 28, 2012
A protestor argues with police officers during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant...
Ningbo, China
A protestor argues with police officers during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant...
A protestor argues with police officers during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in Ningbo, Zhejiang province October 27, 2012. The eastern Chinese city of Ningbo has cancelled plans to expand a petrochemical complex following a week of sometimes violent protests sparked by concerns over the environmental impact, state media reported on Sunday. A spokesman for the Ningbo city government said in a statement carried by the official China News Service that no further work would now be done on the project in the district of Zhenhai pending further "scientific debate". Picture taken October 27, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-PROTEST/SINOPEC
RTR39OWW
October 28, 2012
Riot police march as people gathered to protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in Ningbo,...
Ningbo, China
Riot police march as people gathered to protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in Ningbo,...
Riot police march as people gathered to protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in Ningbo, Zhejiang province October 27, 2012. The eastern Chinese city of Ningbo has cancelled plans to expand a petrochemical complex following a week of sometimes violent protests sparked by concerns over the environmental impact, state media reported on Sunday. A spokesman for the Ningbo city government said in a statement carried by the official China News Service that no further work would now be done on the project in the district of Zhenhai pending further "scientific debate". Picture taken on October 27, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-PROTEST/SINOPEC
RTR39N0T
October 27, 2012
Police officers arrest a protester during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in...
Ningbo, China
Police officers arrest a protester during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in...
Police officers arrest a protester during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in Ningbo, Zhejiang province October 27, 2012. More than a thousand people gathered in the eastern Chinese port city of Ningbo on Saturday for the protest, highlighting a major challenge for the leadership as it readies for its once-in-a-decade power transition. Protesters wearing masks gave out pamphlets denouncing the expansion of the plant by a subsidiary of China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation in the district of Zhenhai. Protesters said that the chemical paraxylene was a carcinogen. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
CHINA-PROTEST/SINOPEC
RTR39N0L
October 27, 2012
A riot police officer argues with protester during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical...
Ningbo, China
Riot police officer argues with protester during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant...
A riot police officer argues with protester during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in Ningbo, Zhejiang province October 27, 2012. More than a thousand people gathered in the eastern Chinese port city of Ningbo on Saturday for the protest, highlighting a major challenge for the leadership as it readies for its once-in-a-decade power transition. Protesters wearing masks gave out pamphlets denouncing the expansion of the plant by a subsidiary of China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation in the district of Zhenhai. Protesters said that the chemical paraxylene was a carcinogen. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
CHINA-PROTEST/SINOPEC
RTR39N0B
October 27, 2012
Police officers arrest a protester during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in...
Ningbo, China
Police officers arrest a protester during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in...
Police officers arrest a protester during a protest against plans to expand a petrochemical plant in Ningbo, Zhejiang province October 27, 2012. More than a thousand people gathered in the eastern Chinese port city of Ningbo on Saturday for the protest, highlighting a major challenge for the leadership as it readies for its once-in-a-decade power transition. Protesters, watched over by police, gathered on a central shopping street, wearing masks and giving out pamphlets denouncing the expansion of the plant by a subsidiary of China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation in the district of Zhenhai. Protesters said that the chemical paraxylene was a carcinogen. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
CHINA-PROTEST/SINOPEC
RTR39N09
October 27, 2012
Riot police arrest a protester during a protest against the plans to expand a petrochemical plant in...
Ningbo, China
Riot police arrest a protester during a protest against the plans to expand a petrochemical plant in...
Riot police arrest a protester during a protest against the plans to expand a petrochemical plant in Ningbo, Zhejiang province October 27, 2012. More than a thousand people gathered in the eastern Chinese port city of Ningbo on Saturday for the protest, highlighting a major challenge for the leadership as it readies for its once-in-a-decade power transition. By early Saturday, protesters, watched over by police, gathered in a central shopping street in Ningbo, wearing masks and giving out pamphlets denouncing the expansion of the plant by a subsidiary of China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation in the district of Zhenhai. "PX...Get out of Ningbo!" read one placard, in a reference to the chemical paraxylene, which the protesters said was a carcinogen. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY BUSINESS)
CHINA
RTR38HPL
September 27, 2012
Working tools are seen at Chen Mingzhi's family shoe store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27,...
Wenling, China
Working tools are seen at Chen Mingzhi's family shoe store in Wenling, Zhejiang province
Working tools are seen at Chen Mingzhi's family shoe store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer new to the business of shoe-making, was challenged by a neighbour to create a big shoe. The leather right shoe weighs 38 kg (83.8 pounds) and took him two months to make at a cost of 2,000 rmb ($317.30). REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR38HPI
September 27, 2012
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, stands next to his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe...
Wenling, China
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, stands next to his handmade 1.9 metre-long right shoe at his family store...
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, stands next to his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe at his family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. Chen, new to the business of shoe-making, was challenged by a neighbour to create a big shoe. The leather right shoe weighs 38 kg (83.8 pounds) and took him two months to make at a cost of 2,000 rmb ($317.30). REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR38HPH
September 27, 2012
A handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe is seen at Chen Mingzhi's family store in Wenling,...
Wenling, China
A handmade 1.9 metre-long right shoe is seen at Chen Mingzhi's family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province...
A handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe is seen at Chen Mingzhi's family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. Chen, new to the business of shoe-making, was challenged by a neighbour to create a big shoe. The leather right shoe weighs 38 kg (83.8 pounds) and took him two months to make at a cost of 2,000 rmb ($317.30). REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR38HPF
September 27, 2012
A handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe is seen at Chen Mingzhi's family store in Wenling,...
Wenling, China
A handmade 1.9 metre-long right shoe is seen at Chen Mingzhi's family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province...
A handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe is seen at Chen Mingzhi's family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. Chen, new to the business of shoe-making, was challenged by a neighbour to create a big shoe. The leather right shoe weighs 38 kg (83.8 pounds) and took him two months to make at a cost of 2,000 rmb ($317.30). REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR38HPB
September 27, 2012
A handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe is seen at Chen Mingzhi's family store in Wenling,...
Wenling, China
A handmade 1.9 metre-long right shoe is seen at Chen Mingzhi's family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province...
A handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe is seen at Chen Mingzhi's family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. Chen, new to the business of shoe-making, was challenged by a neighbour to create a big shoe. The leather right shoe weighs 38 kg (83.8 pounds) and took him two months to make at a cost of 2,000 rmb ($317.30). REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR38HP8
September 27, 2012
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, holds miniature shoes at his family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province...
Wenling, China
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, holds miniature shoes at his family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province...
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, holds miniature shoes at his family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR38HP7
September 27, 2012
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, sits inside his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe as...
Wenling, China
Chen Mingzhi sits inside his handmade 1.9 metre-long right shoe as his wife walks past, at their family...
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, sits inside his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe as his wife Li Liping walks past, at their family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. Chen, new to the business of shoe-making, was challenged by a neighbour to create a big shoe. The leather right shoe weighs 38 kg (83.8 pounds) and took him two months to make at a cost of 2,000 rmb ($317.30). REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR38HP4
September 27, 2012
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, and his son carry his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe...
Wenling, China
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, and his son carry his handmade 1.9 metre-long right shoe at his family...
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, and his son carry his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe at his family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. Chen, new to the business of shoe-making, was challenged by a neighbour to create a big shoe. The leather right shoe weighs 38 kg (83.8 pounds) and took him two months to make at a cost of 2,000 rmb ($317.30). REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR38HP1
September 27, 2012
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, lies inside of his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe...
Wenling, China
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, lies inside of his handmade 1.9 metre-long right shoe at his family store...
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, lies inside of his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe at his family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. Chen, new to the business of shoe-making, was challenged by a neighbour to create a big shoe. The leather right shoe weighs 38 kg (83.8 pounds) and took him two months to make at a cost of 2000 rmb ($317.30). REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA
RTR38HOZ
September 27, 2012
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, sits inside of his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe...
Wenling, China
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, sits inside of his handmade 1.9 metre-long right shoe at his family store...
Chen Mingzhi, a shoe designer, sits inside of his handmade 1.9 metre-long (6.23 foot-long) right shoe at his family store in Wenling, Zhejiang province September 27, 2012. Chen, new to the business of shoe-making, was challenged by a neighbour to create a big shoe. The leather right shoe weighs 38 kg (83.8 pounds) and took him two months to make at a cost of 2,000 rmb ($317.30). REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTR35X36
August 02, 2012
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen is seen posing after a local competition in a picture from a family...
Hangzhou, China
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen is seen posing after a local competition in a picture from a family...
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen is seen posing after a local competition in a picture from a family album in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jinglun Sports school in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X30
August 02, 2012
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen is seen playing in a park in a picture from a family album in Hangzhou...
Hangzhou, China
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen is seen in a picture from a family album in Hangzhou
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen is seen playing in a park in a picture from a family album in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jinglun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X2R
August 02, 2012
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen celebrates after a competition,...
Hangzhou, China
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen celebrates after a competition...
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen celebrates after a competition, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jinglun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X2Q
August 02, 2012
A girl waits outside the Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou August 2, 2012, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl waits outside the Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou, where Chinese Olympic swimmer...
A girl waits outside the Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou August 2, 2012, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen trained when she was young. At the Chen Jinglun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X2P
August 02, 2012
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, aged nine, poses with medals...
Hangzhou, China
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen poses with medals from a local...
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, aged nine, poses with medals from a local competition, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jinglun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X2G
August 02, 2012
Ye Qingsong, father of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, stands inside his house in Hangzhou, August...
Hangzhou, China
Ye Qingsong, father of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, stands inside his house in Hangzhou
Ye Qingsong, father of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, stands inside his house in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jinglun Sports school in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X28
August 02, 2012
Kids swim during training at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou August 2, 2012,...
Hangzhou, China
Kids swim during training at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou, where Chinese...
Kids swim during training at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou August 2, 2012, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen trained when she was young. At the Chen Jinglun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X1U
August 02, 2012
A girl waits outside the Chen Jinglun Sport School Natatorium in Hangzhou August 2, 2012, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl waits outside the Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou, where Chinese Olympic swimmer...
A girl waits outside the Chen Jinglun Sport School Natatorium in Hangzhou August 2, 2012, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen trained when she was young. At the Chen Jinglun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X1N
August 02, 2012
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen poses with a gold medal next to...
Hangzhou, China
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen poses with a gold medal next to...
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen poses with a gold medal next to an unidentified friend after a competition, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jinglun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X1G
August 02, 2012
Ye Qingsong, father of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, shows some of his daughter's gold medals during...
Hangzhou, China
Ye Qingsong, father of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, shows some of his daughter's gold medals during...
Ye Qingsong, father of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, shows some of his daughter's gold medals during an interview with Reuters in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jinglun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X18
August 02, 2012
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, aged nine, poses with medals...
Hangzhou, China
Photograph shows Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen posing with medals from a local competition in Hangzhou...
In this picture from a family album, Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen, aged nine, poses with medals from a local competition, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jinglun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35X0X
August 02, 2012
Parents wait for their children at the Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou August 2, 2012,...
Hangzhou, China
Parents wait for their children at the Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou, where Chinese...
Parents wait for their children at the Chen Jinglun Sports School Natatorium in Hangzhou August 2, 2012, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained when she was young. At the Chen Jinglun Sports school in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week. But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35WYK
August 02, 2012
A boy drinks water during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where...
Hangzhou, China
A boy drinks water during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where...
A boy drinks water during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6
RTR35WYD
August 02, 2012
Swimming goggles hang from a locker at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic...
Hangzhou, China
Swimming goggles hang from a locker at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic...
Swimming goggles hang from a locker at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35WYB
August 02, 2012
A girl rests during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl rests during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A girl rests during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35WY8
August 02, 2012
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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August 02, 2012
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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August 02, 2012
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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August 02, 2012
Children rest during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
Children rest during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Children rest during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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August 02, 2012
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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August 02, 2012
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
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August 02, 2012
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jinglun Sports school in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars" greeted all those who entered, and it was prescient greeting that proved true for one little girl, Olympics swimming sensation Ye Shiwen. At 16, Ye's powerful strokes and rapid laps won her gold in the 200 metres individual medley and the 400 medley in London this week; But as she shattered world records and smiled for the cameras, her swift timings led some to speculate, without proof, that she might be taking performance enhancing drugs. But at the pool where Ye got her first dip at 6 years old, Ye's childhood coach Wei Wei said her success is boiled down to good genes and prodigious hard work. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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RTR35WVZ
August 02, 2012
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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RTR35WVV
August 02, 2012
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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August 02, 2012
A girl rests during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl rests during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A girl rests during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35WVD
August 02, 2012
Children swim during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
Children swim during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Children swim during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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RTR35WV9
August 02, 2012
Ye Qingsong, father of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen shows some of his daughter's gold medals during...
Hangzhou, China
Ye Qingsong, father of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen shows some of his daughter's gold medals during...
Ye Qingsong, father of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen shows some of his daughter's gold medals during an interview with Reuters in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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RTR35WV6
August 02, 2012
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen (R) and her former coach Wei Wei are seen posing after a local competition...
Hangzhou, China
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen (R) and her former coach Wei Wei are seen posing after a local competition...
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen (R) and her former coach Wei Wei are seen posing after a local competition in a picture from a family album in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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RTR35WUZ
August 02, 2012
Wei Wei, former coach of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen talks with Reuters during an interview at...
Hangzhou, China
Wei Wei, former coach of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen talks with Reuters during an interview at...
Wei Wei, former coach of Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen talks with Reuters during an interview at Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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RTR35WUT
August 02, 2012
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen is seen posing with medals at the age of 9 after a local competition...
Hangzhou, China
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen is seen posing with medals at the age of 9 after a local competition...
Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen is seen posing with medals at the age of 9 after a local competition in a picture from a family album, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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RTR35WUQ
August 02, 2012
Children listen to a coach during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium,...
Hangzhou, China
Children listen to a coach during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium,...
Children listen to a coach during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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RTR35WUG
August 02, 2012
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
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RTR35WU3
August 02, 2012
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A boy swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou, August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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August 02, 2012
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING)
OLY-SWIM-CHINA-YESHIWEN-DAY6/
RTR35WTM
August 02, 2012
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
Hangzhou, China
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese...
A girl swims during a training session at Hangzhou Chen Jinglun Sport school Natatorium, where Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen also trained, in Hangzhou August 2, 2012. At the Chen Jing Lun Sports School in the picturesque city of Hangzhou, the slogan, "Today's sports school student, tomorrow's Olympics stars", that greets all who enter the compound was a prescient greeting for one little girl 10 years ago. London Olympics double gold medallist Ye Shiwen. The 16-year-old's powerful performances at the London Aquatic Centre propelled her to gold medals in the 200 and 400 metres individual medley, and a world record in the longer distance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
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July 07, 2012
A girl poses for a photograph in front of a 3D painting at the 2012 Magic Art Special Exhibition in Hangzhou,...
Hangzhou, China
A girl poses for a photograph in front of a 3D painting at the 2012 Magic Art Special Exhibition in Hangzhou,...
A girl poses for a photograph in front of a 3D painting at the 2012 Magic Art Special Exhibition in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province July 7, 2012. The exhibit will be open until August 6 in Hangzhou. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-AUTOS/
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June 21, 2012
Employees check plastic bumpers along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang...
CIXI, China
Employees check plastic bumpers along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi
Employees check plastic bumpers along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang province June 21, 2012. Car sales in China rose 22.6 percent in May from a year earlier, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said on June 9. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
CHINA-AUTOS/
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June 21, 2012
An employee pushes a new car along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang province...
CIXI, China
An employee pushes a new car along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi
An employee pushes a new car along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang province June 21, 2012. Car sales in China rose 22.6 percent in May from a year earlier, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said on June 9. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
CHINA-AUTOS/
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June 21, 2012
Employees walk under a car assembly line at Geely Automobile Corporation in Cixi, Zhejiang province June...
CIXI, China
Employees walk under a car assembly line at Geely Automobile Corporation in Cixi
Employees walk under a car assembly line at Geely Automobile Corporation in Cixi, Zhejiang province June 21, 2012. Car sales in China rose 22.6 percent in May from a year earlier, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said on June 9. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
CHINA-AUTOS/
RTR33Y47
June 21, 2012
An employee works on the interior of a car along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi,...
CIXI, China
An employee works on the interior of a car along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi...
An employee works on the interior of a car along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang province June 21, 2012. Car sales in China rose 22.6 percent in May from a year earlier, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said on June 9. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
CHINA-AUTOS/
RTR33Y46
June 21, 2012
An employee works on a car engine along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang...
CIXI, China
An employee works on a car engine along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi
An employee works on a car engine along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang province June 21, 2012. Car sales in China rose 22.6 percent in May from a year earlier, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said on June 9. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
CHINA-AUTOS/
RTR33Y3Z
June 21, 2012
An employee works along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang province June...
CIXI, China
An employee works along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi
An employee works along a Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang province June 21, 2012. Car sales in China rose 22.6 percent in May from a year earlier, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said on June 9. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
CHINA-AUTOS/
RTR33Y3V
June 21, 2012
An employee drives a new car at the Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang province...
CIXI, China
An employee drives a new car at the Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi
An employee drives a new car at the Geely Automobile Corporation assembly line in Cixi, Zhejiang province June 21, 2012. Car sales in China rose 22.6 percent in May from a year earlier, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said on June 9. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
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