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USA-CHINA/TAIWAN
RTR29MSR
January 30, 2010
A U.S.-made Patriot missile is launched during the annual Han Kuang military exercise in Ilan county,...
Ilan, Taiwan
A U.S.-made Patriot missile is launched during the annual Han Kuang No. 22 Military Exercise in Ilan...
A U.S.-made Patriot missile is launched during the annual Han Kuang military exercise in Ilan county, 80km (49 miles) west of Taipei July 20, 2006. The Obama administration notified Congress on January 29, 2010 of its first proposed arms sales to Taiwan, a potential $6.4 billion package bound to add to rising U.S.-China strains over trade and cyber security. China warned on January 30, 2010 that Washington's announcement of arms sales to Taiwan would badly hurt ties between the two global powers, widening rifts in their far-reaching relationship. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
F-16
RTXOUYJ
July 20, 2006
A U.S.-made F-16 fighter jet drops flares during the annual Han Kuang No. 22 Military Exercise, in Ilan...
Ilan, Taiwan
A U.S.-made F-16 fighter jet drops flares during the annual Han Kuang No. 22 Military Exercise, in I.....
A U.S.-made F-16 fighter jet drops flares during the annual Han Kuang No. 22 Military Exercise, in Ilan county, 80km (49 miles) west of Taipei July 20, 2006.
F-16
RTXOUYI
July 20, 2006
A squadron of U.S.-made F-16 fighter jets drop flares during the annual Han Kuang No. 22 Military Exercise,...
Taipei, Taiwan
A squadron of U.S.-made F-16 fighter jets drop flares during the annual Han Kuang No. 22 Military Ex.....
A squadron of U.S.-made F-16 fighter jets drop flares during the annual Han Kuang No. 22 Military Exercise, in Ilan county, 80km (49 miles) west of Taipei July 20, 2006.
GUOBIAO
RTXOTI5
July 07, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 04JUL06 - Jiao Guobiao, a journalism professor sacked by Peking University for penning...
Taipei, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 04JUL06 - Jiao Guobiao, a journalism professor sacked by Peking University for penning.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 04JUL06 - Jiao Guobiao, a journalism professor sacked by Peking University for penning an essay condemning China's media censors, gestures during an interview with Reuters at his Taipei hotel July 4, 2006. [Jiao, a thorn in China's side, is visiting Taiwan for the first time in a move seen by China as an attempt by the ruling Democratic Progressive Party to embarrass it. Picture taken July 4.]
MONKEYS
RTXOST7
June 30, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30JUN06 - Macaques rest in Taipei Zoo, June 30, 2006.
Taipei, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 30JUN06 - Macaques rest in Taipei Zoo, June 30, 2006...
- PHOTO TAKEN 30JUN06 - Macaques rest in Taipei Zoo, June 30, 2006.
MONKEYS
RTXOST6
June 30, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30JUN06 - A baby macaque plays in Taipei Zoo, June 30, 2006.
Taipei, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 30JUN06 - A baby macaque plays in Taipei Zoo, June 30, 2006...
- PHOTO TAKEN 30JUN06 - A baby macaque plays in Taipei Zoo, June 30, 2006.
TAIWAN
RTXORQU
June 26, 2006
A group of nude Taiwan environmentalists form the words "no nuke" on the Fulung beach in Taipei county...
Taipei, Taiwan
A group of nude Taiwan environmentalists form the words "no nuke" on the Fulung beach in Taipei coun.....
A group of nude Taiwan environmentalists form the words "no nuke" on the Fulung beach in Taipei county June 26, 2006 to protest against construction of the island's fourth nuclear power plant nearby.
TAIWAN
RTXOQBR
June 10, 2006
A protester shouts slogans during a rally of opposition parties in Taipei June 10, 2006.Thousands of...
Taipei, Taiwan
A protester shouts slogans during a rally of opposition parties in Taipei June 10, 2006.Thousands of.....
A protester shouts slogans during a rally of opposition parties in Taipei June 10, 2006.Thousands of people took to the street of Taiwan's capital for a second consecutive weekend, calling for President Chen Shui-bian to quit over a deepening financial scandal involving his family members.
LEONG
RTXOPS4
June 10, 2006
Pop singer Fish Leong arrives at the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006. Leong is nominated...
Taipei, Taiwan
Pop singer Fish Leong arrives at the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006. Leong is nom.....
Pop singer Fish Leong arrives at the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006. Leong is nominated for the Best Female Artist Award.
TAI
RTXOPS3
June 10, 2006
Pop singer Penny Tai attends the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006. Tai is nominated...
Taipei, Taiwan
Pop singer Penny Tai attends the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006. Tai is nominated.....
Pop singer Penny Tai attends the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006. Tai is nominated for the Best Female Artist Award.
MOK
RTXOPS2
June 10, 2006
Hong Kong singer Karen Mok poses as she arrives at the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006....
Taipei, Taiwan
Hong Kong singer Karen Mok poses as she arrives at the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, .....
Hong Kong singer Karen Mok poses as she arrives at the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006.
SHOWBIZ
RTXOPS1
June 10, 2006
Korean singer Ahn Chil Hyun (R) and Taiwanese singer Vanness Wu (L) pose as they arrive at the 17th Golden...
Taipei, Taiwan
Korean singer Ahn Chil Hyun (R) and Taiwanese singer Vanness Wu (L) pose as they arrive at the 17th .....
Korean singer Ahn Chil Hyun (R) and Taiwanese singer Vanness Wu (L) pose as they arrive at the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006.
TONG
RTXOPS0
June 10, 2006
Taiwanese singer Rebecca Hsu Tong En attends the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006.
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwanese singer Rebecca Hsu Tong En attends the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006......
Taiwanese singer Rebecca Hsu Tong En attends the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006.
CHEN
RTXOPRZ
June 10, 2006
Pop singer Cheer Chen attends the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006. Chen is nominated...
Taipei, Taiwan
Pop singer Cheer Chen attends the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006. Chen is nominat.....
Pop singer Cheer Chen attends the 17th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei June 10, 2006. Chen is nominated for the Best Female Artist Award.
MA
RTXOP4M
June 04, 2006
Ma Ying-jeou, chairman of Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party, gestures during an interview with...
Taipei, Taiwan
Ma Ying-jeou, chairman of Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party, gestures during an interview w.....
Ma Ying-jeou, chairman of Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party, gestures during an interview with Reuters in Taipei June 3, 2006. Picture shot June 3, 2006.
LEE
RTXOK2I
May 04, 2006
Oscar winning Taiwan director Ang Lee (C) speaks at a seminar on boosting the island's film industry...
Taipei, Taiwan
Oscar winning Taiwan director Ang Lee (C) speaks at a seminar on boosting the island's film industry.....
Oscar winning Taiwan director Ang Lee (C) speaks at a seminar on boosting the island's film industry in Taipei May 4, 2006. Lee won the Oscar for best director for his work on the movie "Brokeback Mountain," which is about the tourtured romance between two gay cowboys.
TAIWAN
RTXOGKO
April 05, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - A worker pours betel nuts into a machine that sorts the nuts according to weight...
Nantou, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - A worker pours betel nuts into a machine that sorts the nuts according to we.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - A worker pours betel nuts into a machine that sorts the nuts according to weight and size in Nantou county, Taiwan March 24, 2006. [The Taiwan government is trying to curb betel nut chewing due to environmental and health reasons, but it is tough as chewers find it hard to kick off the habit and the $350 million industry creates jobs.]
TAIWAN
RTXOGJH
April 05, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - A worker plucks betel nuts from towering betel nut trees in the mountains of...
Nantou, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - A worker plucks betel nuts from towering betel nut trees in the mountains of.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - A worker plucks betel nuts from towering betel nut trees in the mountains of Nantou county, Taiwan in this March 24, 2006 file photo. The Taiwan government is trying to curb betel nut chewing due to environmental and health reasons, but it is tough as chewers find it hard to kick off the habit and the $350 million industry creates jobs. Picture taken March 24, 2006.
TAIWAN
RTXOGJG
April 05, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - A worker plucks betel nuts from towering betel nut trees in the mountains of...
Nantou, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - A worker plucks betel nuts from towering betel nut trees in the mountains of.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - A worker plucks betel nuts from towering betel nut trees in the mountains of Nantou county, Taiwan in this March 24, 2006 file photo. The Taiwan government is trying to curb betel nut chewing due to environmental and health reasons, but it is tough as chewers find it hard to kick off the habit and the $350 million industry creates jobs. Picture taken March 24, 2006.
TAIWAN
RTXOGJF
April 05, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - Workers pick and sort betel nuts in Nantou county, Taiwan in this March 24, 2006...
Nantou, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - Workers pick and sort betel nuts in Nantou county, Taiwan in this March 24, .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - Workers pick and sort betel nuts in Nantou county, Taiwan in this March 24, 2006 file photo. The Taiwan government is trying to curb betel nut chewing due to environmental and health reasons, but it is tough as chewers find it hard to kick off the habit and the $350 million industry creates jobs. Picture taken March 24, 2006.
TAIWAN
RTXOGJE
April 05, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - Workers select betel nuts freshly plucked from betel nut trees in Nantou county,...
Nantou, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - Workers select betel nuts freshly plucked from betel nut trees in Nantou cou.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24MAR06 - Workers select betel nuts freshly plucked from betel nut trees in Nantou county, Taiwan in this March 24, 2006 file photo. The Taiwan government is trying to curb betel nut chewing due to environmental and health reasons, but it is tough as chewers find it hard to kick off the habit and the $350 million industry creates jobs.
KUO
RTXOGFP
April 01, 2006
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismology director Kuo Kai-wen explains the details of the 6.4 magnitude...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismology director Kuo Kai-wen explains the details of the 6.4 magnit.....
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismology director Kuo Kai-wen explains the details of the 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Taipei April 1, 2006. A strong earthquake rocked Taiwan on Saturday, shaking office [buildings] but causing only minor damage, officials said.
SHYI KUN
RTXOFWT
March 30, 2006
Yu Shyi-kun, chairman of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), speaks during an interview...
Taipei, Taiwan
Yu Shyi-kun, chairman of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), speaks during an interv.....
Yu Shyi-kun, chairman of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), speaks during an interview in Taipei on March 30, 2006. [Shyi-kun said on Thursday the DPP was willing to discuss dropping its long-standing pro-independence stance if Beijing also drops its "one China" principle.]
TAIWAN
RTXOFQI
March 29, 2006
Taiwan's soldiers attend a military ceremony to mark the anniversary of the 72 martyrs who died in 1911...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's soldiers attend a military ceremony to mark the anniversary of the 72 martyrs who died in 1.....
Taiwan's soldiers attend a military ceremony to mark the anniversary of the 72 martyrs who died in 1911 in an attempt to overthrow China's last dynasty in Taipei March 29, 2006.
WESTLIFE
RTXODTF
March 10, 2006
Irish pop group Westlife (from L-R) Kian Egan, Mark Feehily, Shane Filan and Nicky Byrne break ice during...
Taipei, Taiwan
Irish pop group Westlife (from L-R) Kian Egan, Mark Feehily, Shane Filan and Nicky Byrne break ice d.....
Irish pop group Westlife (from L-R) Kian Egan, Mark Feehily, Shane Filan and Nicky Byrne break ice during a news conference in Taipei March 10, 2006. Westlife is in Taiwan to promote and celebrate their last album "Face to Face" which had reached sales of over 7 million in Asia.
WESTLIFE
RTXODTE
March 10, 2006
Irish pop group Westlife (from L-R) Kian Egan, Mark Feehily, Shane Filan and Nicky Byrne pose for photographers...
Taipei, Taiwan
Irish pop group Westlife (from L-R) Kian Egan, Mark Feehily, Shane Filan and Nicky Byrne pose for ph.....
Irish pop group Westlife (from L-R) Kian Egan, Mark Feehily, Shane Filan and Nicky Byrne pose for photographers during a news conference to promote their last album "Face to Face" in Taipei March 10, 2006.
WEBBE
RTXOCXH
March 05, 2006
British pop singer Simon Webbe poses for photographers during a news conference to promote his new album...
Taipei, Taiwan
British pop singer Simon Webbe poses for photographers during a news conference to promote his new a.....
British pop singer Simon Webbe poses for photographers during a news conference to promote his new album 'Sanctuary' in Taipei March 5, 2006.
TAIWAN
RTXO6IT
January 26, 2006
Taiwan vendors display tubs of candy for sale for the Lunar New Year holidays in Taipei's Dihua street...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan vendors display tubs of candy for sale for the Lunar New Year holidays in Taipei's Dihua stre.....
Taiwan vendors display tubs of candy for sale for the Lunar New Year holidays in Taipei's Dihua street January 29, 2006. Chinese all over the world will celebrate the Lunar New Year on January 29.
SU
RTXO4U3
January 19, 2006
Taiwan's new premier, Su Tseng-chang, speaks at a news conference after his appointment in Taipei January...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's new premier, Su Tseng-chang, speaks at a news conference after his appointment in Taipei Ja.....
Taiwan's new premier, Su Tseng-chang, speaks at a news conference after his appointment in Taipei January 19, 2006. [Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian nominated his former chief of staff, Su, to be premier of a new cabinet on Thursday, weeks after adopting a tougher policy stance towards rival China. Su, ex-chairman of the ruling pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and one of its frontrunners for the 2008 presidential race, replaces Frank Hsieh, who will formally step down with the entire cabinet on Monday.]
SU
RTXO4PU
January 19, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 30JAN05 - Taiwan's Su Tseng-chang makes a speech in Taipei in this January 30, 2005...
Taipei, Taiwan
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 30JAN05 - Taiwan's Su Tseng-chang makes a speech in Taipei in this January 30, 20.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 30JAN05 - Taiwan's Su Tseng-chang makes a speech in Taipei in this January 30, 2005 file photo. [Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian said on January 19, 2006 he had nominated his former deputy chief of staff Su to be premier of a new cabinet.] Su, who resigned as chairman of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in December to take responsibility for the party's poor showing in local elections, [replaces Frank Hsieh, who will formally step down on Monday.]
YU
RTXO50S
January 15, 2006
Former Taiwan premier Yu Shyi-kun smiles at a news conference after he was elected as chairman of Taiwan's...
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan premier Yu Shyi-kun smiles at a news conference after he was elected as chairman of Ta.....
Former Taiwan premier Yu Shyi-kun smiles at a news conference after he was elected as chairman of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party in Taipei January 15, 2006. The 57-year-old politician faced the challenge of undertaking reforms to win back popular support ahead of presidential [elections] in 2008.
WU
RTXO59B
January 13, 2006
Professor Wu Shinn-chih, who leads a research team at the National Taiwan University to breed transgenic...
Taipei, Taiwan
Professor Wu Shinn-chih, who leads a research team at the National Taiwan University to breed transg.....
Professor Wu Shinn-chih, who leads a research team at the National Taiwan University to breed transgenic fluorescent green pigs, plays with a transgenic pig in Taipei January 13, 2006. [Taiwan, home to the world's first transgenic glowing fish, has successfully bred fluorescent green pigs that researchers hope will boost the island's stem cell research, a professor said on Thursday. By injecting fluorescent green protein into embryonic pigs, a research team at the island's leading National Taiwan University managed to breed three male transgenic pigs, said professor Wu Shinn-Chih of the university's Institute and Department of Animal Science and Technology.]
WU
RTXO59A
January 13, 2006
Professor Wu Shinn-chih, who leads a research team at the National Taiwan University to breed transgenic...
Taipei, Taiwan
Professor Wu Shinn-chih, who leads a research team at the National Taiwan University to breed transg.....
Professor Wu Shinn-chih, who leads a research team at the National Taiwan University to breed transgenic fluorescent green pigs, speaks to reporters in his laboratory in Taipei January 13, 2006. [Taiwan, home to the world's first transgenic glowing fish, has successfully bred fluorescent green pigs that researchers hope will boost the island's stem cell research, a professor said on Thursday. By injecting fluorescent green protein into embryonic pigs, a research team at the island's leading National Taiwan University managed to breed three male transgenic pigs, said professor Wu Shinn-Chih of the university's Institute and Department of Animal Science and Technology.]
PIGS
RTXO599
January 13, 2006
A transgenic fluorescent green pig walks with normal pigs in Taipei January 13, 2006. Taiwan, home to...
Taipei, Taiwan
A transgenic fluorescent green pig walks with normal pigs in Taipei January 13, 2006. Taiwan, home t.....
A transgenic fluorescent green pig walks with normal pigs in Taipei January 13, 2006. Taiwan, home to the world's first transgenic glowing fish, has successfully bred fluorescent green pigs that researchers hope will boost the island's stem cell research, a professor said on Thursday. [By injecting fluorescent green protein into embryonic pigs, a research team at the island's leading National Taiwan University managed to breed three male transgenic pigs, said professor Wu Shinn-Chih of the university's Institute and Department of Animal Science and Technology.]
TAIWAN
RTXO312
December 31, 2005
Fireworks explode over the world's tallest building Taipei 101 during a countdown party in Taipei on...
Taipei, Taiwan
Fireworks explode over the world's tallest building Taipei 101 during a countdown party in Taipei on.....
Fireworks explode over the world's tallest building Taipei 101 during a countdown party in Taipei on January 1, 2006.
DIERAUF
RTXO0G7
November 27, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 25NOV05 - Lesile Dierauf, director of the National Wildlife Health Center in the U.S.,...
Tainan, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 25NOV05 - Lesile Dierauf, director of the National Wildlife Health Center in the U.S.,.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 25NOV05 - Lesile Dierauf, director of the National Wildlife Health Center in the U.S., talks about bird flu at a three-day meeting of the International Waterbird Society in the southern city of Tainan on November 25, 2005. [Fears that migratory wild birds will spread a deadly strain of avian flu across the world have little, if any, scientific proof and chances of them infecting humans are even more remote, experts said. Picture taken November 25, 2005.]
LAMBERTINI
RTXO0G6
November 27, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 25NOV05 - Marco Lambertini, director of network and programme for the U.K.-based BirdLife...
Tainan, Taiwan
- PHOTO TAKEN 25NOV05 - Marco Lambertini, director of network and programme for the U.K.-based BirdL.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 25NOV05 - Marco Lambertini, director of network and programme for the U.K.-based BirdLife International, speaks at a three-day meeting of the International Waterbird Society in the southern city of Tainan November 25, 2005. [Fears that migratory wild birds will spread a deadly strain of avian flu across the world have little, if any, scientific proof and chances of them infecting humans are even more remote, experts said. Picture taken November 25, 2005.]
SHU
RTXNYSR
November 13, 2005
Taiwan actress Shu Qi arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City,Taiwan on November...
Keelung, Taiwan
Taiwan actress Shu Qi arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City,Taiwan on Nov.....
Taiwan actress Shu Qi arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City,Taiwan on November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
SHU
RTXNYSQ
November 13, 2005
Taiwan actress Shu Qi poses with her award for Best Leading Actress for the film 'Three Times' at the...
Keelung, Taiwan
Taiwan actress Shu Qi poses with her award for Best Leading Actress for the film 'Three Times' at th.....
Taiwan actress Shu Qi poses with her award for Best Leading Actress for the film 'Three Times' at the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan on November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
KWOK
RTXNYSP
November 13, 2005
Hong Kong actor Aaron Kwok poses with his award for Best leading Actor for the film 'Divergence' at the...
Keelung, Taiwan
Hong Kong actor Aaron Kwok poses with his award for Best leading Actor for the film 'Divergence' at .....
Hong Kong actor Aaron Kwok poses with his award for Best leading Actor for the film 'Divergence' at the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan on November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
SHU
RTXNYSO
November 13, 2005
Taiwan actress Shu Qi arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November...
Keelung, Taiwan
Taiwan actress Shu Qi arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan Novem.....
Taiwan actress Shu Qi arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. Shu is nominated for the Best Actress award for the film "Three Times".
CHANG
RTXNYSN
November 13, 2005
Taiwan actor Chang Chen arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November...
Keelung, Taiwan
Taiwan actor Chang Chen arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan Nov.....
Taiwan actor Chang Chen arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. Chang is nominated for the Best Actor award for the film "Three Times".
LEUNG KA FAI
RTXNYSM
November 13, 2005
Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Ka-fai arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan...
Keelung, Taiwan
Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Ka-fai arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, .....
Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Ka-fai arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. Leung is nominated for the Best Actor award for the film "Election".
CHANG
RTXNYSL
November 13, 2005
Chinese actor Aloys Chang arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November...
Keelung, Taiwan
Chinese actor Aloys Chang arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan N.....
Chinese actor Aloys Chang arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
HOU
RTXNYSK
November 13, 2005
Taiwan television presenter Patty Hou arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City,Taiwan...
Keelung, Taiwan
Taiwan television presenter Patty Hou arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung Ci.....
Taiwan television presenter Patty Hou arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City,Taiwan November 13, 2005. Hou is the host for the ceremony.
TANAKA
RTXNYSJ
November 13, 2005
Japanese actress Rena Tanaka arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City,Taiwan...
Keelung, Taiwan
Japanese actress Rena Tanaka arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City,Taiwan.....
Japanese actress Rena Tanaka arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City,Taiwan November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
KWOK
RTXNYSI
November 13, 2005
Hong Kong actor Aaron Kwok arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November...
Keelung, Taiwan
Hong Kong actor Aaron Kwok arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan .....
Hong Kong actor Aaron Kwok arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. Kwok is nominated for the Best Actor award for the film "Divergence".
KANESHIRO
RTXNYSG
November 13, 2005
Taiwan actor Kaneshiro Takeshi arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan...
Keelung, Taiwan
Taiwan actor Kaneshiro Takeshi arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Tai.....
Taiwan actor Kaneshiro Takeshi arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
LEE
RTXNYSF
November 13, 2005
Taiwan director Ang Lee arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November...
Keelung, Taiwan
Taiwan director Ang Lee arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan Nov.....
Taiwan director Ang Lee arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. Lee is a presenter at the annual film award.
LEUNG KA FAI
RTXNYSE
November 13, 2005
Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Ka-fai arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan...
Keelung, Taiwan
Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Ka-fai arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, .....
Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Ka-fai arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. Leung is nominated as the Best Actor for film "Election".
SHUM
RTXNYSC
November 13, 2005
Hong Kong actress Lydia Shum arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan...
Keelung, Taiwan
Hong Kong actress Lydia Shum arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwa.....
Hong Kong actress Lydia Shum arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
TANAKA
RTXNYS5
November 13, 2005
Japanese actress Rena Tanaka arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan...
Keelung, Taiwan
Japanese actress Rena Tanaka arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwa.....
Japanese actress Rena Tanaka arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
KWAN
RTXNYS4
November 13, 2005
Taiwan actress Terri Kwan arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November...
Keelung, Taiwan
Taiwan actress Terri Kwan arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan N.....
Taiwan actress Terri Kwan arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
YEUNG
RTXNYS3
November 13, 2005
Hong Kong actress Charlie Yeung arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan...
Keelung, Taiwan
Hong Kong actress Charlie Yeung arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Ta.....
Hong Kong actress Charlie Yeung arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
HSIAO
RTXNYS2
November 13, 2005
Taiwan actress Hsiao Shu-shen arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan...
Keelung, Taiwan
Taiwan actress Hsiao Shu-shen arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiw.....
Taiwan actress Hsiao Shu-shen arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
LEUNG
RTXNYS1
November 13, 2005
Hong Kong actress and singer GiGi Leung arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City,...
Keelung, Taiwan
Hong Kong actress and singer GiGi Leung arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung .....
Hong Kong actress and singer GiGi Leung arrives for the 42th Golden Horse Award ceremony in Keelung City, Taiwan November 13, 2005. The annual Golden Horse Award is Taiwan's premier film award.
SKYPE
RTXNZ2P
November 11, 2005
A man displays his Skype internet phone in Taipei November 11, 2005. Taiwanese telephone handset makers...
Taipei, Taiwan
A man displays his Skype internet phone in Taipei November 11, 2005. Taiwanese telephone handset mak.....
A man displays his Skype internet phone in Taipei November 11, 2005. Taiwanese telephone handset makers hope to ride the extraordinary success of free Internet call service Skype, offering users plug-in phones for their PCs and other Skype-compatible devices.
SKYPE
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November 11, 2005
A man uses a Skype internet phone next to a laptop in Taipei November 11, 2005. Taiwanese telephone handset...
Taipei, Taiwan
A man uses a Skype internet phone next to a laptop in Taipei November 11, 2005. Taiwanese telephone .....
A man uses a Skype internet phone next to a laptop in Taipei November 11, 2005. Taiwanese telephone handset makers hope to ride the extraordinary success of free Internet call service Skype, offering users plug-in phones for their PCs and other Skype-compatible devices.
TAIWAN
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November 01, 2005
The reflection of a tower on the Vatican's embassy is seen in Taipei November 1, 2005. [Pope Benedict's...
Taipei, Taiwan
The reflection of a tower on the Vatican's embassy is seen in Taipei November 1, 2005. [Pope Benedic.....
The reflection of a tower on the Vatican's embassy is seen in Taipei November 1, 2005. [Pope Benedict's top diplomat said last week the Holy See was ready to cut ties with Taiwan and open an embassy in Beijing.]
TAIWAN
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October 24, 2005
Various birds are displayed on a famous bird street, Ho-pin Road, in Taipei October 24, 2005. [Taiwan...
Taipei, Taiwan
Various birds are displayed on a famous bird street, Ho-pin Road, in Taipei October 24, 2005. [Taiwa.....
Various birds are displayed on a famous bird street, Ho-pin Road, in Taipei October 24, 2005. [Taiwan has so far been spared a serious outbreak of the H5N1 virus lethal to humans, but authorities found rare birds infected with the strain in a container smuggled from China on Thursday, the island's first bird flu case since late 2003.]
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