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GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP7K
November 27, 2019
Lithium-ion automotive batteries are seen at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
Lithium-ion automotive batteries are seen at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
Lithium-ion automotive batteries are seen at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP7F
November 27, 2019
Lithium-ion automotive batteries are seen at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
Lithium-ion automotive batteries are seen at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
Lithium-ion automotive batteries are seen at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP72
November 27, 2019
Staff work at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
Staff work at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP6N
November 27, 2019
Staff work at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
Staff work at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP5C
November 27, 2019
Employees work at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
Employees work at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP5B
November 27, 2019
An employee works at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
An employee works at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP4Z
November 27, 2019
An employee works at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
An employee works at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP4X
November 27, 2019
An employee works at new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
An employee works at new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP4Q
November 27, 2019
Staff look on at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
Staff look on at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP46
November 27, 2019
A new battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great...
A new battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP3X
November 27, 2019
Staff work at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology in Changzhou
Staff work at the new battery cell-plant at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP3R
November 27, 2019
A new battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great...
A new battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP3F
November 27, 2019
A new battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great...
A new battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
GREAT WALL MOTOR-ELECTRIC/BATTERY
RTX7AP14
November 27, 2019
A new battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great...
Changzhou, China
New battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great...
A new battery cell-plant is pictured at SVOLT Energy Technology, which was carved out of China's Great Wall Motor Co, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song
CHINA-SEWAGE/
RTX3AOKY
July 09, 2017
Water purification equipment by Emefcy is seen at a school campus in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China...
Changzhou, China
Water purification equipment by Emefcy is seen at a school campus in Changzhou
Water purification equipment by Emefcy is seen at a school campus in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China June 20, 2017. Picture taken June 20, 2017. REUTERS/David Stanway
CHINA-SEWAGE/
RTX3AOKU
July 09, 2017
Water purification equipment by Emefcy is seen at a school campus in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China...
Changzhou, China
Water purification equipment by Emefcy is seen at a school campus in Changzhou
Water purification equipment by Emefcy is seen at a school campus in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China June 20, 2017. Picture taken June 20, 2017. REUTERS/David Stanway
CHINA-ECONOMY/DREAM
RTX1K93Z
July 13, 2015
Workers make metal parts at a factory of the Changzhou Wujin Zhengda Vehicle Industry Co. Ltd in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
Workers make metal parts at a factory of the Changzhou Wujin Zhengda Vehicle Industry Co. Ltd in Changzhou...
Workers make metal parts at a factory of the Changzhou Wujin Zhengda Vehicle Industry Co. Ltd in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China, July 9, 2015. Far from the frenzy of China's roller coaster stock markets, the "Chinese Dream" is about ordinary, aspirational people, for whom life, while in no way a nightmare, is getting harder. The company makes machined metal parts for measuring instruments. Its business touches many major sectors of the economy, from automotive to home building, and it is struggling. Picture taken July 9, 2015. To match Insight CHINA-ECONOMY/DREAM REUTERS/John Ruwitch
CHINA-SCHOOLS
RTR3CEML
January 13, 2013
Students attend a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10,...
Changzhou, China
Students attend a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou
Students attend a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EDUCATION)
CHINA-SCHOOLS
RTR3CEMD
January 13, 2013
Students attend a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10,...
Changzhou, China
Students attend a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou
Students attend a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EDUCATION)
CHINA-SCHOOLS
RTR3CEM8
January 13, 2013
A student uses his locker at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January...
Changzhou, China
A student uses his locker at the Oxford International College in Changzhou
A student uses his locker at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EDUCATION)
CHINA-SCHOOLS
RTR3CEM6
January 13, 2013
A teacher conducts a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January...
Changzhou, China
A teacher conducts a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou
A teacher conducts a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EDUCATION)
CHINA-SCHOOLS
RTR3CEM2
January 13, 2013
Students attend a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10,...
Changzhou, China
Students attend a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou
Students attend a class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EDUCATION)
CHINA-SCHOOLS
RTR3CELW
January 13, 2013
A teacher helps a student during art class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu...
Changzhou, China
A teacher helps a student during art class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou
A teacher helps a student during art class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
CHINA-SCHOOLS
RTR3CELR
January 13, 2013
A student attends a one-to-one class with a teacher at the Oxford International College in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
A student attends a one-to-one class with a teacher at the Oxford International College in Changzhou
A student attends a one-to-one class with a teacher at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
CHINA-SCHOOLS
RTR3CELN
January 13, 2013
A teacher helps her students during art class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu...
Changzhou, China
A teacher helps her students during art class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou
A teacher helps her students during art class at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
CHINA-SCHOOLS
RTR3CELM
January 13, 2013
A teacher helps his student with a physics experiment at the Oxford International College in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
A teacher helps his student with a physics experiment at the Oxford International College in Changzhou...
A teacher helps his student with a physics experiment at the Oxford International College in Changzhou, Jiangsu province January 10, 2013. The website for a private school in Changzhou, one of China's smaller cities, features blue blazers and plaid skirts, music classes and an ivy-clad brick doorway -- all the trappings of the British school system designed to appeal to wealthy Chinese parents. In choosing a smaller city, Oxford International College - no relation to the British university - is tapping into a growing market of upwardly-mobile Chinese willing to pay as much as 260,000 yuan ($41,700) a year for a Western-style education and a ticket to college overseas for their children. Picture taken January 10, 2013. To match Feature CHINA-SCHOOLS REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS SOCIETY)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6MS
April 30, 2007
Buddhist monks gather before the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist monks gather before the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple Changzhou...
Buddhist monks gather before the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu April 30, 2007. Local officials said the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest pagoda in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6MN
April 30, 2007
A Buddhist worshiper prays at the end of the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist worshiper prays at end of opening ceremony of Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple Changzhou
A Buddhist worshiper prays at the end of the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu April 30, 2007. Local officials said the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest pagoda in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6ML
April 30, 2007
People hold a sack of balloons to be used during the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning...
Changzhou, China
People hold a sack of balloons to be used during the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning...
People hold a sack of balloons to be used during the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest pagoda in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6MK
April 30, 2007
A Buddhist monk prepares seats for other monks before the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist monk prepares seats for other monks before opening ceremony of Tianning pagoda in Changzhou
A Buddhist monk prepares seats for other monks before the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at the Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6MJ
April 30, 2007
A Buddhist monk attends the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at the Tianning temple in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist monk attends opening ceremony of Tianning pagoda in Changzhou
A Buddhist monk attends the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at the Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6MI
April 30, 2007
Buddhists worshippers attend the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
Buddhists worshippers attend the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in Changzhou...
Buddhists worshippers attend the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest pagoda in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6MG
April 30, 2007
Buddhist monks participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at the Tianning temple in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist monks participate in opening ceremony of Tianning pagoda in Changzhou
Buddhist monks participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at the Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6MF
April 30, 2007
Buddhist monks gather around the Tianning pagoda during its opening ceremony at the Tianning temple in...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist monks gather around the Tianning pagoda in Changzhou
Buddhist monks gather around the Tianning pagoda during its opening ceremony at the Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6ME
April 30, 2007
Buddhists worshippers perform during the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in...
Changzhou, China
Buddhists worshippers perform during the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in...
Buddhists worshippers perform during the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest pagoda in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6MD
April 30, 2007
Buddhist monks participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist monks participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in Changzhou...
Buddhist monks participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda in Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest pagoda in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6MC
April 30, 2007
Buddhist monks wait to participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at the Tianning temple...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist monks wait to participate in opening ceremony of Tianning pagoda in Changzhou
Buddhist monks wait to participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at the Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest pagoda in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6M9
April 30, 2007
Buddhist monks participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at the Tianning temple in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist monks participate in opening ceremony of Tianning pagoda in Changzhou
Buddhist monks participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at the Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest pagoda in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/PAGODA
RTR1P6M3
April 30, 2007
Buddhist monks participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at Tianning temple in Changzhou,...
Changzhou, China
Buddhist monks participate in opening ceremony of Tianning pagoda in Changzhou
Buddhist monks participate in the opening ceremony of the Tianning pagoda at Tianning temple in Changzhou, China's eastern province of Jiangsu, April 30, 2007. Local officials say that the pagoda, which is 13 storeys, or 153.79 m (504.56 ft) high, is the tallest pagoda in the world. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
BASKETBALL
RTXLJBJ
September 20, 2002
Flags hang on the roof of Changzhou Stadium as players from the United States and France play during...
Changzhou, China
Flags hang on the roof of Changzhou Stadium as players from the United States and France play during.....
Flags hang on the roof of Changzhou Stadium as players from the United States and France play during their second round match at FIBA 14th World Championship for Women basketball in the southern Jiangsu province of China, September 20, 2002. [The flags (L-R) Cuba, France, South Korea, China (host country), FIBA (International Basketball Federation), Lithuania, Russia and United States. USA won over France 101-68. ]
SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYQS0
September 20, 2002
France's Sandra Le Drean tangles with U.S's Tari Phillips during their
second round match at FIBA 14th...
Changzhou, China
FRANCE'S SANDRA LE DREAN TANGLES WITH U.S'S PHILLIPS IN CHANGZHOU.
France's Sandra Le Drean tangles with U.S's Tari Phillips during their
second round match at FIBA 14th World Championship for Women basketball
in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China on September 20,
2002. U.S. beat France 101-68. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/AH
SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYQBV
September 20, 2002
USA's Tari Phillips fights for a rebound against France's Sandra Dijon
(R) during their second round...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
USA'S PHILILIPS REBOUNDS AGAINST FRANCE'S DIJON IN CHANGZHOU.
USA's Tari Phillips fights for a rebound against France's Sandra Dijon
(R) during their second round match at FIBA 14th World Championship for
Women basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China
September 20, 2002. USA beat France 101-68. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV R

CC
SPORT BASKETBALL
RTRYQBM
September 20, 2002
USA's Delisha Milton hooks a shot against France's Dominique Tonnerre
(R) during their second round...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
USA'S MILTON AGAINST FRANCE'S TONNERRE IN CHANGZHOU.
USA's Delisha Milton hooks a shot against France's Dominique Tonnerre
(R) during their second round match at FIBA 14th World Championship for
Women basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China
September 20, 2002. USA beat France 101-68. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/ME
SPORT BASKETBALL
RTRYQBF
September 20, 2002
USA's Jennifer Gillom shoots against France's Sandra Dijon during their
second round match at FIBA 14th...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
USA'S GILLOM SHOOTS AGAINST FRANCE'S SANDRA DIJON IN CHANGZHOU.
USA's Jennifer Gillom shoots against France's Sandra Dijon during their
second round match at FIBA 14th World Championship for Women basketball
in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China September 20,
2002. USA beat France 101-68. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/ME
SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYQBB
September 20, 2002
Players of the USA team join hands after winning their second round
match against France at FIBA 14th...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
USA PLAYERS JOIN HANDS AFTER WINNING AGAINST FRANCE IN CHANGZHOU.
Players of the USA team join hands after winning their second round
match against France at FIBA 14th World Championship for Women
basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China
September 20, 2002. USA beat France 101-68. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/ME
SPORT BASKETBALL
RTRYQB7
September 20, 2002
Flags hang on the roof of Changzhou Stadium as players from the United
States and France play during...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
FLAGS HANG AT CHANGZHOU STADIUM DURING USA VS FRANCE MATCH.
Flags hang on the roof of Changzhou Stadium as players from the United
States and France play during their second round match at FIBA 14th
World Championship for Women basketball in the southern Jiangsu
province of China, September 20, 2002. The flags (L-R) Cuba, France,
South Korea, China (host country), FIBA (International Basketball
Federation), Lithuania, Russia and United States. USA won over France
101-68. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC
SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYQ4V
September 20, 2002
Russia's Irina Ossipova (R) guards Cuba's Milaida Enrique Parrado
during their second round match at...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
RUSSIA'S IRINA OSSIPOVA GUARDS CUBA'S MILAIDA IN CHANGZHOU.
Russia's Irina Ossipova (R) guards Cuba's Milaida Enrique Parrado
during their second round match at FIBA 14th World Championship for
Women basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China
September 20, 2002. Russia won 81-66. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/JS
SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYQ4R
September 20, 2002
Russia's Irina Ossipova shoots under the basket during their second
round match against Cuba at FIBA...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
RUSSIA'S IRINA OSSIPOVA SHOOTS AGAINST CUBA IN CHANGZHOU.
Russia's Irina Ossipova shoots under the basket during their second
round match against Cuba at FIBA 14th World Championship for Women
basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China
September 20, 2002. Russia beat Cuba 81-66. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYQ4H
September 20, 2002
Russia's Ilona Korstine (R) shoots as Cuba's Cariola Echvarria Garcia
looks on during their second round...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
RUSSIA'S KORSTINE SHOOTS AS CUBA'S CARIOLA LOOKS IN CHANGZHOU.
Russia's Ilona Korstine (R) shoots as Cuba's Cariola Echvarria Garcia
looks on during their second round match at FIBA 14th World
Championship for Women basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu
province of China September 20, 2002. Russia defeated Cuba 81-66.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYPWQ
September 20, 2002
Lithuania's Iveta Marcauskaite (L) grabs a rebound against South Korean
Park Jung-Eun during their match...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
LITHUANIA'S MARCAUSKAITE REBOUNDS AGAINST KOREA IN CHANGZHOU.
Lithuania's Iveta Marcauskaite (L) grabs a rebound against South Korean
Park Jung-Eun during their match at the FIBA 14th World Championship
for Women basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of
China September 20, 2002. Looking on at right is Lithuania's Lina
Brazeikyte. South Korea defeated Lithuania 76-70. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

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SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYPWL
September 20, 2002
Lithuania's Ausra Naideniene shoots against South Korea's Park Jung-Eun
(R) during their match at FIBA...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
LITHUANIA'S NAIDENIENE SHOOTS AGAINST KOREA'S PARK IN CHANGZHOU.
Lithuania's Ausra Naideniene shoots against South Korea's Park Jung-Eun
(R) during their match at FIBA 14th World Championship for Women
basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China
September 20, 2002. Korea defeated Lithuania 76-70. REUTERS/Claro
Cortes IV

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SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYPWG
September 20, 2002
South Korean Jung Sun-Min releases a shot during their match against
Lithuania at FIBA 14th World Championship...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN JUNG RELEASES A SHOT AGAINST LITHUANIA IN CHANGZHOU.
South Korean Jung Sun-Min releases a shot during their match against
Lithuania at FIBA 14th World Championship for Women basketball in
Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China September 20, 2002.
Jung top-scored with 44 points for South Korea, beating Lithuania
76-70. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA
RTRARIQ
September 20, 2002
A Chinese woman, complete with special gadgets, tends to a customer at
a park in Changzhou in the southern...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE EAR-CLEANER TENDS TO CUSTOMER IN CHANGZHOU.
A Chinese woman, complete with special gadgets, tends to a customer at
a park in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China September
20, 2002. The lady practitioner renders ear-cleaning, head and body
massage and acupressure services starting from 4 yuan (about US$ 0.50).
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA
RTRARC9
September 20, 2002
A Chinese couple share a light moment as a newlywed pair walk at a park
in Changzhou in the southern...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE COUPLE SHARE A MOMENT AT A PARK IN CHANGZHOU.
A Chinese couple share a light moment as a newlywed pair walk at a park
in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China September 20,
2002. Marrying in China's big cities now costs more as DVD players and
cars replace radios and bicycles as essentials for newlyweds setting up
their first home, a state newspaper said. Twenty-first century marriage
essentials now include a lavish banquet for several hundred guests,
studio wedding photos, a honeymoon, household appliances and an
apartment. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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BASKETBALL
RTXLJ4H
September 19, 2002
Russia's Olga Arteshina (R) taps the ball from France's Lucienne Berthieu during their second round match...
Changzhou, China
Russia's Olga Arteshina (R) taps the ball from France's Lucienne Berthieu during their second round .....
Russia's Olga Arteshina (R) taps the ball from France's Lucienne Berthieu during their second round match at the FIBA 14th World Championship for Women basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China September 19, 2002. Russia won 74-59.
BASKETBALL
RTXLJ4G
September 19, 2002
France's Nicole Antibe (R) goes for the basket against Russia's Elena Baranova during their second round...
Changzhou, China
France's Nicole Antibe (R) goes for the basket against Russia's Elena Baranova during their second r.....
France's Nicole Antibe (R) goes for the basket against Russia's Elena Baranova during their second round match at FIBA 14th World Championship for Women basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China September 19, 2002. Russia won 74-59.
SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYP5A
September 19, 2002
Russia's Olga Arteshina (R) taps the ball from France's Lucienne
Berthieu during their second round...
Changzhou, China
RUSSIA'S ARTESHINA TAPS BALL FROM FRANCE'S BERTHIEU IN CHANGZHOU.
Russia's Olga Arteshina (R) taps the ball from France's Lucienne
Berthieu during their second round match at the FIBA 14th World
Championship for Women basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu
province of China September 19, 2002. Russia won 74-59. REUTERS/Claro
Cortes IV

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SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYP4O
September 19, 2002
Russia's Elena Baranova (R) is guarded by France's Dominique Tonnerre
during their second round match...
Changzhou, China
RUSSIA'S BARANOVA IS GUARDED BY FRANCE'S TONNERRE IN CHANGZHOU.
Russia's Elena Baranova (R) is guarded by France's Dominique Tonnerre
during their second round match at the FIBA 14th World Championship for
Women basketball in Changzhou in the southern Jiangsu province of China
September 19, 2002. Baranova scored 19 points to help Russia win over
France 74-59. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYP03
September 19, 2002
Cuba's Zuleira Atiez Isaac shoots over Lithuania's Rasa Kreivyte (9),
Sandra Valuzyte (7) and Vita Mikl...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
CUBA'S ZULEIRA SHOOTS OVER LITHUANIAN DEFENDERS IN CHANGZHOU.
Cuba's Zuleira Atiez Isaac shoots over Lithuania's Rasa Kreivyte (9),
Sandra Valuzyte (7) and Vita Mikl Yciute (12) during their second round
match at FIBA 14th World Championship for Women basketball in Changzhou
in the southern Jiangsu province of China September 19, 2002. Lithuania
won 63-60. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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SPORT CHINA BASKETBALL
RTRYP00
September 19, 2002
Lithuania's center Irena Baranauskaite (R) and Cuba's Yamilet Martinez
Calderon (L) fight for a rebound...
Changzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
LITHUANIAN BARANAUSKAITE AND CUBAN YAMILET FIGHT FOR BALL IN CHANGZHOU.
Lithuania's center Irena Baranauskaite (R) and Cuba's Yamilet Martinez
Calderon (L) fight for a rebound during their second round match at
FIBA 14th World Championship for Women basketball in Changzhou in the
southern Jiangsu province of China September 19, 2002. Lithuania won
63-60. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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