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CHINA-CONSUMPTION/
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January 05, 2009
A Chinese customer eats a burger at a Burger King outlet in Shanghai in this June 27, 2005 file photo....
Shanghai, China
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A Chinese customer eats a burger at a Burger King outlet in Shanghai in this June 27, 2005 file photo. China's office workers are tightening their belt, cutting back spending on everything from clothes to fast food, despite efforts by the government to boost domestic consumption to stave off the worst effects of the global recession. Picture taken June 27, 2005. To match feature CHINA-CONSUMPTION REUTERS/Ming Ming/Files
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CHINA
RTR1C0BM
March 29, 2006
A1 drivers learn Tai Chi, a traditional Chinese form of martial arts, at the Bund in Shanghai March 29,...
Shanghai, China
A1 drivers learn Tai Chi at the Bund in Shanghai
A1 drivers learn Tai Chi, a traditional Chinese form of martial arts, at the Bund in Shanghai March 29, 2006. The A1 Grand Prix will be held for the first time in Shanghai from March 31 to April 2. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
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March 29, 2006
A spectator sits below a model of a A1 racing car at the Bund in Shanghai March 29, 2006. The A1 Grand...
Shanghai, China
A spectator sits below a model of a A1 racing car at the Bund in Shanghai
A spectator sits below a model of a A1 racing car at the Bund in Shanghai March 29, 2006. The A1 Grand Prix will be held for the first time in Shanghai from March 31 to April 2. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA BIRD FLU
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March 24, 2006
Chinese vendors clean dead chickens at a market in Shanghai March 24, 2006. A woman has died of what...
Shanghai, China
Chinese vendors clean dead chickens at market in Shanghai
Chinese vendors clean dead chickens at a market in Shanghai March 24, 2006. A woman has died of what could be bird flu in the eastern Chinese city of Shanghai, state television said on Thursday. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
RTR17GIA
March 21, 2006
The CEO of United Airlines Glenn Tilton (R) and the chairman of Shanghai Airlines Zhou Chi exchange model...
Shanghai, China
CEO of United Airlines Glenn Tilton and chairman of Shanghai Airlines Zhou Chi exchange model planes...
The CEO of United Airlines Glenn Tilton (R) and the chairman of Shanghai Airlines Zhou Chi exchange model planes after signing a code-sharing cooperation deal in China's financial center Shanghai March 21, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
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March 15, 2006
Chinese models display Chinese-designed collections at the opening gala of Shanghai International Fashion...
Shanghai, China
Chinese models display Chinese-designed collections at opening gala of Shanghai International Fashion...
Chinese models display Chinese-designed collections at the opening gala of Shanghai International Fashion Culture Festival March 15, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
RTR176WM
March 15, 2006
A Chinese model displays a Chinese-designed dress at the opening gala of Shanghai International Fashion...
Shanghai, China
Chinese model displays Chinese-designed dress at opening gala of Shanghai International Fashion Culture...
A Chinese model displays a Chinese-designed dress at the opening gala of Shanghai International Fashion Culture Festival March 15, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
TRANSPORT CHINA ALSTOM
RTR1C8R0
March 14, 2006
A maglev train drives into a terminal station in Shanghai March 14, 2006. French engineering group Alstom...
Shanghai, China
Maglev train drives into terminal station in Shanghai
A maglev train drives into a terminal station in Shanghai March 14, 2006. French engineering group Alstom aims to increase its metro equipment sales in China this year as the nation's cities expand their subway networks, a top company executive said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ming Ming
TRANSPORT CHINA ALSTOM
RTR175FE
March 14, 2006
A man walks past an advertisement poster with a maglev train in Shanghai March 14, 2006. French engineering...
Shanghai, China
Man walks past advertisement poster with maglev train in Shanghai
A man walks past an advertisement poster with a maglev train in Shanghai March 14, 2006. French engineering group Alstom aims to increase its metro equipment sales in China this year as the nation's cities expand their subway networks, a top company executive said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
RTR1BT7T
February 28, 2006
A Chinese pedestrian walks past a foreign exchange poster outside a bank in Shanghai February 28, 2006....
Shanghai, China
Chinese pedestrian walks past foreign exchange poster outside bank in Shanghai
A Chinese pedestrian walks past a foreign exchange poster outside a bank in Shanghai February 28, 2006. China's Yuan closed up slightly versus the dollar on Tuesday, after touching a new post-revaluation high, as the currency kept up its slow and steady gains. REUTERS/ Ming Ming
CHINA
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February 28, 2006
A Chinese pedestrian walks past a foreign exchange poster outside a bank in Shanghai February 28, 2006....
Shanghai, China
Chinese pedestrian walks past foreign exchange poster outside bank in Shanghai
A Chinese pedestrian walks past a foreign exchange poster outside a bank in Shanghai February 28, 2006. China's Yuan closed up slightly versus the dollar on Tuesday, after touching a new post-revaluation high, as the currency kept up its slow and steady gains. REUTERS/ Ming Ming
CHINA AGING
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February 24, 2006
A elderly Chinese man reads a newspaper on a side road in Shanghai February 24, 2006. China's rapidly...
Shanghai, China
Elderly Chinese man reads newspaper in Shanghai
A elderly Chinese man reads a newspaper on a side road in Shanghai February 24, 2006. China's rapidly growing elderly population could surge as high as 430 million by 2051, when almost one in three citizens will be 60 or over, posing a grave challenge for already strained state social welfare and pension systems, Xinhua news agency said on Friday. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA AGING
RTR16KYO
February 24, 2006
A elderly Chinese man reads a newspaper on a side road in Shanghai February 24, 2006. China's rapidly...
Shanghai, China
Elderly Chinese man reads newspaper in Shanghai
A elderly Chinese man reads a newspaper on a side road in Shanghai February 24, 2006. China's rapidly growing elderly population could surge as high as 430 million by 2051, when almost one in three citizens will be 60 or over, posing a grave challenge for already strained state social welfare and pension systems, Xinhua news agency said on Friday. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
RTR1AQQG
February 12, 2006
Chinese people touch a tree that is believed to bring good fortune, at the Longhua temple fair, during...
Shanghai, China
Chinese people touch a tree during the Lantern Festival in Shanghai
Chinese people touch a tree that is believed to bring good fortune, at the Longhua temple fair, during the Lantern Festival in Shanghai February 12, 2006. Chinese worshippers visited the ancient temple to usher in the Year of the Dog. Lantern Festival marks the last day of the 15-day long Spring Festival in China. REUTERS/MING MING
CHINA
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February 12, 2006
Chinese people touch a tree that is believed to bring good fortune, at the Longhua temple fair, during...
Shanghai, China
Chinese people touch a tree during the Lantern Festival in Shanghai
Chinese people touch a tree that is believed to bring good fortune, at the Longhua temple fair, during the Lantern Festival in Shanghai February 12, 2006. Chinese worshippers visited the ancient temple to usher in the Year of the Dog. Lantern Festival marks the last day of the 15-day long Spring Festival in China. REUTERS/MING MING
CHINA
RTR1AOHF
February 11, 2006
A Chinese couple takes part in a kissing contest, as part of the upcoming Valentine's Day celebrations,...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese couple takes part in a kissing contest at a shopping mall in Shanghai
A Chinese couple takes part in a kissing contest, as part of the upcoming Valentine's Day celebrations, at a shopping mall in Shanghai February 11, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
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February 11, 2006
A Chinese couple takes part in a kissing contest, as part of the upcoming Valentine's Day celebrations,...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese couple takes part in a kissing contest at a shopping mall in Shanghai
A Chinese couple takes part in a kissing contest, as part of the upcoming Valentine's Day celebrations, at a shopping mall in Shanghai February 11, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA DOGS
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January 25, 2006
Stray cats play at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang District January 25, 2006. Dogs in China face...
Shanghai, China
Stray cats play at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang District
Stray cats play at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang District January 25, 2006. Dogs in China face a bleak start to the Year of the Dog as families trawl pet stores for gifts ahead of the Spring Festival, animal rights activists say. Just weeks after bringing cats and dogs home, many residents realise they are too much like hard work and abandon them on the street. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA DOGS
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January 25, 2006
A stray dog is seen at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang district January 25, 2006. Dogs in China...
Shanghai, China
A stray dog is seen at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang district in China
A stray dog is seen at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang district January 25, 2006. Dogs in China face a bleak start to the Year of the Dog as families trawl pet stores for gifts ahead of the Spring Festival, animal rights activists say. Just weeks after bringing cats and dogs home, many residents realise they are too much like hard work and abandon them on the street. Picture taken on January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA DOGS
RTR192RO
January 25, 2006
Chinese volunteer intern Qu Peili washes a blind cat at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang District...
Shanghai, China
Chinese volunteer intern washes a blind cat in Shanghai
Chinese volunteer intern Qu Peili washes a blind cat at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang District January 25, 2006. Dogs in China face a bleak start to the Year of the Dog as families trawl pet stores for gifts ahead of the Spring Festival, animal rights activists say. Just weeks after bringing cats and dogs home, many residents realise they are too much like hard work and abandon them on the street. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA DOGS
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January 25, 2006
Stray cats rest at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang District January 25, 2006. Dogs in China face...
Shanghai, China
Stray cats rest at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang District
Stray cats rest at the Shanghai Pet Association of Minhang District January 25, 2006. Dogs in China face a bleak start to the Year of the Dog as families trawl pet stores for gifts ahead of the Spring Festival, animal rights activists say. Just weeks after bringing cats and dogs home, many residents realise they are too much like hard work and abandon them on the street. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
RTR18I8I
January 20, 2006
An art installation features toy dogs on display at a modern art exhibition entitled "Dog Meets Man"...
Shanghai, China
Art installation features toy dogs on display in Shanghai
An art installation features toy dogs on display at a modern art exhibition entitled "Dog Meets Man" in Shanghai January 20, 2006. The Chinese celebrate Spring Festival with the Lunar New Year of the Dog which falls on January 29 this year. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA BIRDFLU
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January 10, 2006
Chicken feet are displayed in a market in Shanghai January 10, 2006. The Ministry of Health on Monday...
Beijing, China
Chicken feet are displayed in a market in Shanghai
Chicken feet are displayed in a market in Shanghai January 10, 2006. The Ministry of Health on Monday announced the country's eighth human case of H5N1 bird flu. The infected child was a 6-year-old boy with the surname Ouyang in Guiyang County of central China's Hunan Province, according to a report released by the ministry. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
RTR17T12
January 05, 2006
A mother and her child, along with a couple, rest outside Shanghai railway station January 5, 2006. Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Travellers rest outside Shanghai railway station
A mother and her child, along with a couple, rest outside Shanghai railway station January 5, 2006. Shanghai railway system began selling "Chun Yun" tickets on Thursday. "Chun Yun" means travel during the traditional Chinese Spring Festival. China's passenger flow will hit two billion trips during the 2006 Spring Festival holiday, the National Development and Reform Commission predicts, as migrant workers head home to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year that starts January 29, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
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January 05, 2006
A father and his child wait outside Shanghai railway station January 5, 2006. Shanghai railway system...
Shanghai, China
Father and child wait outside Shanghai railway station
A father and his child wait outside Shanghai railway station January 5, 2006. Shanghai railway system began selling "Chun Yun" tickets on Thursday. "Chun Yun" means travel during the traditional Chinese Spring Festival. China's passenger flow will hit two billion trips during the 2006 Spring Festival holiday, the National Development and Reform Commission predicts, as migrant workers head home to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year that starts January 29, 2006. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
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November 15, 2005
A Chinese man performs a "Pi Ying Xi" , a leather-silhouette show or shadow play, at Shanghai Folk Art...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese man performs a "Pi Ying Xi" , leather-silhouette show or shadow play, at Shanghai Folk Art...
A Chinese man performs a "Pi Ying Xi" , a leather-silhouette show or shadow play, at Shanghai Folk Art Exposition November 15, 2005. "Pi Ying Xi" is a Chinese folk opera art form originating from Shanxi province in west China. REUTERS/Ming Ming
OLYMPICS CHINA
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November 15, 2005
A Chinese girl makes mascots of the Beijing Olympics out of flour at Shanghai Folk Art Exposition November...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese girl makes mascots of the Beijing Olympics out of flour at Shanghai Folk Art Exposition
A Chinese girl makes mascots of the Beijing Olympics out of flour at Shanghai Folk Art Exposition November 15, 2005. Five "fuwa" (Friendlies), the mascots for the 2008 Olympics, were unveiled last Friday in Beijing, 1,000 days prior to the opening of the sport event. REUTERS/Ming Ming
SPORT GOLF
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November 10, 2005
Fiji's Vijay Singh looks at his shot as Chinese spectators watch during the first day of the Champions...
Shanghai, China
Fiji's Vijay Singh looks at shot as Chinese spectators watch in Shanghai
Fiji's Vijay Singh looks at his shot as Chinese spectators watch during the first day of the Champions golf tournament in Shanghai, China November 10, 2005. REUTERS/Ming Ming
SPORT GOLF CHAMPIONS
RTR198J3
November 10, 2005
U.S. golfer Tiger Woods looks at his shot during the first day of the Champions golf tournament in Shanghai,...
Shanghai, China
Tiger Woods looks at his shot during Champions golf tournament in Shanghai
U.S. golfer Tiger Woods looks at his shot during the first day of the Champions golf tournament in Shanghai, China November 10, 2005. REUTERS/Ming Ming
SPORT TENNIS
RTR18N10
October 03, 2005
Roger Federer (with tie) of Switzerland is surrounded by Chinese fans during the opening ceremony of...
Shanghai, China
Roger Federer of Switzerland is surrounded by Chinese fans in Shanghai
Roger Federer (with tie) of Switzerland is surrounded by Chinese fans during the opening ceremony of Shanghai Qizhong Tennis Centre in China's financial capital October 3, 2005. Federer is guaranteed to end the year as world number one after winning his 11th title of 2005 at the Thailand Open. Shanghai will host the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup, a multi-million dollar tournament featuring the world's top men players, in November. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA TEXTILE
RTRPNAV
September 28, 2005
Textile products are on display in a shop in Shanghai September 28, 2005. The United States and China...
Shanghai, China
Textile products are on display in a shop in Shanghai
Textile products are on display in a shop in Shanghai September 28, 2005. The United States and China have made "good progress" toward a potential trade deal that could curb billions of dollars in clothing imports from China, but differences remain, U.S. negotiators said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
RTRPEHX
September 26, 2005
Taiwan author Li Ao gestures during his speech in Fudan University in Shanghai September 26, 2005. Li...
Shanghai, China
Taiwan author Li Ao gestures during his speech in Fudan University in Shanghai
Taiwan author Li Ao gestures during his speech in Fudan University in Shanghai September 26, 2005. Li Ao is in Shanghai during his mainland tour, his first trip in 56 years. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA
RTRPEHJ
September 26, 2005
Taiwan author Li Ao gestures during his speech in Fudan University in Shanghai September 26, 2005. Li...
Shanghai, China
Taiwan author Li Ao gestures during his speech in Fudan University in Shanghai
Taiwan author Li Ao gestures during his speech in Fudan University in Shanghai September 26, 2005. Li Ao is in Shanghai during his mainland tour, his first trip in 56 years. REUTERS/Ming Ming
ECONOMY CHINA JOBLESS
RTRP0ST
September 22, 2005
A Chinese man collects wood at a house which had been demolished in downtown Shanghai September 22, 2005....
Beijing, China
A Chinese man collects wood at a house which had been demolished in downtown Shanghai.
A Chinese man collects wood at a house which had been demolished in downtown Shanghai September 22, 2005. Strong economic growth, which was 9.4 percent between the first quarters of 2004 and 2005, has helped to ease job pressures, but the government is wary of potential unrest among millions of unemployed and has been trying to do more to bridge a growing rich-poor gap. REUTERS/Ming Ming ALF/JJ
ECONOMY CHINA JOBLESS
RTRP0SO
September 22, 2005
A Chinese man collects wood at a house which had been demolished in downtown Shanghai September 22, 2005....
Beijing, China
A Chinese man collects wood at a house which had been demolished in downtown Shanghai.
A Chinese man collects wood at a house which had been demolished in downtown Shanghai September 22, 2005. Strong economic growth, which was 9.4 percent between the first quarters of 2004 and 2005, has helped to ease job pressures, but the government is wary of potential unrest among millions of unemployed and has been trying to do more to bridge a growing rich-poor gap. REUTERS/Ming Ming ALF/JJ
AUTOS CHINA
RTRP030
September 21, 2005
Vehicles emit light during a traffic jam at the Yanan elevated road in China's financial capital Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Vehicles emit light during a traffic jam at the Yanan elevated road in Shanghai.
Vehicles emit light during a traffic jam at the Yanan elevated road in China's financial capital Shanghai September 21, 2005. Car executives warned that competition in the world's third-largest auto market had intensified as car makers from all over the globe push products in one of the few remaining bright spots for sales. Analysts reckon that China's car market will expand 10 to 15 percent this year, matching growth in 2004 but well off the near-doubling of 2003. Picture taken September 21, 2005. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/YH
AUTOS CHINA
RTROZCK
September 21, 2005
Vehicles emit lights during a traffic jam at the Yanan elevated road in China's financial capital Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Vehicles emit lights during a traffic jam at the Yanan elevated road in Shanghai.
Vehicles emit lights during a traffic jam at the Yanan elevated road in China's financial capital Shanghai September 21, 2005. Car executives warned that competition in the world's third-largest auto market had intensified as car makers from all over the globe push products in one of the few remaining bright spots for sales. Analysts reckon that China's car market will expand 10 to 15 percent this year, matching growth in 2004 but well off the near-doubling of 2003. Picture taken September 21, 2005. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/YH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10URE
September 17, 2005
Meseret Defar of Ethiopia crosses the finish line to win the women's 5,000-metre race at the 2005 Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Meseret Defar of Ethiopia crosses the finish line to win in Shanghai.
Meseret Defar of Ethiopia crosses the finish line to win the women's 5,000-metre race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix September 17, 2005. Defar won the event with a time of 14:58.79. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/AH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10UQT
September 17, 2005
Allyson Felix of the U.S. waves after winning the women's 200 metres race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden...
Shanghai, China
Allyson Felix of the US waves after winning 200 metre race in Shanghai.
Allyson Felix of the U.S. waves after winning the women's 200 metres race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix September 17, 2005. Felix won the event with a time of 23.09 seconds. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/AH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10UP1
September 17, 2005
Felix of the US and Amertil of Bahamas compete in the women's 200 metres race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden...
Shanghai, China
Felix of the US and Amertil of Bahamas compete in the women's 200 metres race at the 2005 Shanghai ......
Felix of the US and Amertil of Bahamas compete in the women's 200 metres race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix. Allyson Felix of the U.S. (R) and Christine Amertil of Bahamas compete in the women's 200 metres race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix September 17, 2005. Felix won the event with a time of 23.09 seconds. The 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix is an international outdoor athletics competition featuring some of the world's leading athletes. REUTERS/Ming Ming
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10UNR
September 17, 2005
Chandra Sturrup of Bahamas (C) competes during the women's 100 meter race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden...
Shanghai, China
Chandra Sturrup of Bahamas competes during the women's 100 meter race in Shanghai.
Chandra Sturrup of Bahamas (C) competes during the women's 100 meter race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix September 17, 2005. Sturrup won the event with a time of 11.02 seconds. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/AH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10UN1
September 17, 2005
Morocco's Hasna Benhassi blows a kiss to the crowd after winning the women's 800 m race at the 2005 Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Morocco's Hasna Benhassi blows a kiss to the crowd after winning the women's 800 m race at the 2005 ......
Morocco's Hasna Benhassi blows a kiss to the crowd after winning the women's 800 m race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix. Morocco's Hasna Benhassi blows a kiss as she crosses the finish line to win the 800 metres race at the 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix September 17, 2005. Hasna won the event with a time of 1:58.58. The 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix is an international outdoor athletics competition featuring some of the world's leading athletes. REUTERS/Ming Ming
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10ULE
September 17, 2005
Russia's Yelena Isinbayeva attempts to break her world record in the women's pole vault event at the...
Shanghai, China
Russia's Isinbayeva attempts to break world record in women's pole vault at Shanghai Golden Grand Prix....
Russia's Yelena Isinbayeva attempts to break her world record in the women's pole vault event at the 2005 Shanghai Golden Grand Prix September 17, 2005. Isinbayeva failed to break her record but won the event after clearing 4.65 metres. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/DY
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10UKI
September 17, 2005
Liu Xiang (L) of China and Allen Johnson of the U.S. compete in the 110 meters hurdles during the Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Liu Xiang of China and Allen Johnson compete in the 110 meters hurdles in Shanghai.
Liu Xiang (L) of China and Allen Johnson of the U.S. compete in the 110 meters hurdles during the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix in China's financial capital September 17, 2005. Liu Xiang won the race with a time of 13.05 seconds while Johnson finished second with 13.20. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/AH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10UK6
September 17, 2005
Kenenisa Bekele (L) of Ethiopia, Tariku Bekele (R) of Ethiopia and Boniface Songok (5) of Kenya compete...
Shanghai, China
Bekele, Songok and Songkok compete in the men's 3000 metres in Shanghai.
Kenenisa Bekele (L) of Ethiopia, Tariku Bekele (R) of Ethiopia and Boniface Songok (5) of Kenya compete in the men's 3000 metres during the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix September 17, 2005. Bekele won the race with a time of 7:36.36. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/AH
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10UAZ
September 17, 2005
Justin Gatlin (R) of the U.S. and Francis Obikwelu of Portugal compete in the 100 metres event at the...
Shanghai, China
Gatlin and Obikwelu compete in 100 metres event in Shanghai.
Justin Gatlin (R) of the U.S. and Francis Obikwelu of Portugal compete in the 100 metres event at the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix in China September 17, 2005. Gatlin won the race with a time of 10.01 seconds, while Obikwelu came in third in 10.11 seconds. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/DY
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR10U6P
September 17, 2005
Liu Xiang (L) of China celebrates after winning the 110 metres hurdles at the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix...
Shanghai, China
Liu of China celebrates after winning 110 metres hurdles in Shanghai.
Liu Xiang (L) of China celebrates after winning the 110 metres hurdles at the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix in China September 17, 2005. Liu won the race with a time of 13.05 seconds, beating Allen Johnson of the U.S. who finished second in 13.20 seconds. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/DY
CHINA
RTRNXQ1
September 14, 2005
Chinese primary school students march on a street as part of 'Safe Kids Walk This Way' programme in Shanghai....
Beijing, China
Chinese primary school students march on a street as part of 'Safe Kids Walk This Way' programme in ......
Chinese primary school students march on a street as part of 'Safe Kids Walk This Way' programme in Shanghai. Chinese primary school students, holding "Stop" signs, march on a street as part of "Safe Kids Walk This Way" programme in Shanghai September 14, 2005. The programme is designed to raise the awareness of traffic safety through education among children and more than 400 thousand children have been involved. REUTERS/Ming Ming
CHINA FINLAND
RTRNMU5
September 12, 2005
Finnish Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen delivers his speech during the inauguration of the Finland-China...
Shanghai, China
Finnish PM Vanhanen speaks during inauguration of Finland-China Innovation Center in Shanghai.
Finnish Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen delivers his speech during the inauguration of the Finland-China (FinChi) Innovation Center in Shanghai September 12, 2005. FinChi is a non-profit organisation set up with public funds from Finland and China. It provides both Finnish and Chinese enterprises and organisations with networks and contacts in both countries. REUTERS/Ming Ming RKR/mk
SPORT BASKETBALL CHINA
RTRZR0P
August 31, 2005
NBA star Tracy McGrady (C) of the Houston Rockets warms up with Chinese youth during a basketball session...
Shanghai, China
NBA star Tracy McGrady of Houston Rockets warms up with Chinese youth in Shanghai.
NBA star Tracy McGrady (C) of the Houston Rockets warms up with Chinese youth during a basketball session in Shanghai August 31, 2005. McGrady is in China to attend a series of promotional activities hosted by Adidas. He will also coach young players during the finals of the Adidas Beijing Street Basketball Matches. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/KI
SPORT BASKETBALL CHINA
RTRZR02
August 31, 2005
NBA star Tracy McGrady of the Houston Rockets plays basketball with Chinese youth in Shanghai August...
Shanghai, China
NBA star Tracy McGrady of Houston Rockets plays basketball with Chinese youth in Shanghai.
NBA star Tracy McGrady of the Houston Rockets plays basketball with Chinese youth in Shanghai August 31, 2005. McGrady is in China to attend a series of promotional activities hosted by Adidas. He will also coach young players during the finals of the Adidas Beijing Street Basketball Matches. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/KI
TRADE CHINA TEXTILES
RTRLWD1
August 30, 2005
A Chinese shopkeeper sleeps at a textile market in Shanghai August 30, 2005. Chinese and U.S. Negotiators...
Shanghai, China
Chinese shopkeeper sleeps at textile market in Shanghai.
A Chinese shopkeeper sleeps at a textile market in Shanghai August 30, 2005. Chinese and U.S. Negotiators look set to narrow differences over restraining China's surging textile exports in time for a meeting between presidents Hu Jintao and George W. Bush, state media said on Tuesday. U.S. and Chinese negotiators, who failed to reach an agreement when they met in San Francisco earlier this month, are hoping to find enough common ground to clinch a deal during a fourth round of talks that began on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ming Ming
TRADE EU CHINA
RTRZCWM
August 23, 2005
Visitors look at textile products at the China International Trade Fair for Home Textiles and Accessories,...
Shanghai, China
Visitors look at textile products at China International Trade Fair in Shanghai.
Visitors look at textile products at the China International Trade Fair for Home Textiles and Accessories, in Shanghai August 23, 2005. The European Union will send a team of experts to Beijing this week to address a crisis that has seen millions of Chinese sweaters, trousers and blouses pile up unsold in EU warehouses, the EU executive said. Commission trade experts will travel to China on Wednesday to discuss ways to solve the situation with the Chinese authorities, a spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/DY
TRADE EU CHINA
RTRZCWG
August 23, 2005
A visitor looks at textile products at the China International Trade Fair for Home Textiles and Accessories,...
Shanghai, China
Visitor looks at textile products at China International Trade Fair in Shanghai.
A visitor looks at textile products at the China International Trade Fair for Home Textiles and Accessories, in Shanghai August 23, 2005. The European Union will send a team of experts to Beijing this week to address a crisis that has seen millions of Chinese sweaters, trousers and blouses pile up unsold in EU warehouses, the EU executive said. Commission trade experts will travel to China on Wednesday to discuss ways to solve the situation with the Chinese authorities, a spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/DY
SPORT TENNIS CHINA
RTRZ6PY
August 19, 2005
Lion Master, the first-ever mascot for Tennis Masters Cup, is unveiled at a ceremony in Shanghai August...
Shanghai, China
Lion Master, the first ever mascot for Tennis Masters Cup, is unveiled in Shanghai.
Lion Master, the first-ever mascot for Tennis Masters Cup, is unveiled at a ceremony in Shanghai August 19, 2005. The Tennis Masters Cup will be held in November 13-20 in China's financial capital of Shanghai. The city will host the Tennis Masters Cup for three consecutive years starting from 2005. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/FA
TRADE TEXTILES
RTRKRBA
August 17, 2005
A Chinese customer looks at rolls of textile at a market in Shanghai August 17, 2005. U.S. and Chinese...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese customer looks at rolls of textile at a market in Shanghai.
A Chinese customer looks at rolls of textile at a market in Shanghai August 17, 2005. U.S. and Chinese officials began two days of trade talks on Tuesday that American manufacturing groups hope will lead to limits on surging textile imports from China. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/SA
TRADE TEXTILES
RTRKRAR
August 17, 2005
A Chinese shopkeeper measures a roll of cloth at a textile shop in Shanghai August 17, 2005. U.S. and...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese shopkeeper measures roll of cloth at a textile shop in Shanghai.
A Chinese shopkeeper measures a roll of cloth at a textile shop in Shanghai August 17, 2005. U.S. and Chinese officials began two days of trade talks on Tuesday that American manufacturing groups hope will lead to limits on surging textile imports from China. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/SA
ECONOMY CHINA
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August 16, 2005
A Chinese worker mops the floor at an exhibition hall against a backdrop of buildings in Shanghai August...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese worker mops the floor at an exhibition hall in Shanghai.
A Chinese worker mops the floor at an exhibition hall against a backdrop of buildings in Shanghai August 16, 2005. China's central bank issued a fresh warning on the property sector on Monday, telling lenders to tighten their checks on loans to developers and buyers of luxury homes to help stave off a potential housing market bubble. REUTERS/Ming Ming CC/SA
ECONOMY CHINA
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August 12, 2005
Chinese consumers with their shopping bags walk outside a department store in China's financial centre...
Shanghai, China
Chinese consumers with shopping bags walk outside department store in Shanghai.
Chinese consumers with their shopping bags walk outside a department store in China's financial centre Shanghai, August 12, 2005. Chinese retail sales stayed buoyant in July, good news for policy makers trying to tilt overall economic growth away from exports and investment and toward consumption. July sales rose 12.7 percent from a year earlier, slightly below forecasts of a 13 percent increase but in line with a trend of robust consumer spending sustained since early 2004. REUTERS/Ming Ming ALF/DY
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