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PARALYMPICS-RIO/SOCCER
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September 11, 2016
2016 Rio Paralympics - Football Soccer - Men's 5-a-side Preliminaries Pool B - China v Mexico - Olympic...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Football - Men's 5-a-side Preliminaries Pool B
2016 Rio Paralympics - Football Soccer - Men's 5-a-side Preliminaries Pool B - China v Mexico - Olympic Tennis Centre - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 11/09/2016. Lin Dongdong (CHN) of China in action with Marco Ramirez (MEX) of Mexico.REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY, NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.
CHINA/
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July 18, 2007
Rui Dongdong, 17, from central China's Henan province, who ran away from home following abuse by his...
Baoji, China
Rui Dongdong eats lunch at dinning room of Baoji Xinxing Aid for Street Kids in Baoji
Rui Dongdong, 17, from central China's Henan province, who ran away from home following abuse by his parents, eats lunch at the dinning room of Baoji Xinxing Aid for Street Kids in Baoji, Northwest China's Shaanxi province July 18, 2007. Baoji Xinxing Aid for Street Kids is the first Chinese NGO specializing in aid for street kids and is functioning as a 24 hour open centre. The project is fully funded by donation and provides clothing, food, accommodation, and basic health for street kids from all over China. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA
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June 23, 2006
Li Dongdong (R) holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai June...
Shanghai, China
Li Dongdong (R) holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai Jun.....
Li Dongdong (R) holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai June 23, 2006. China's population will peak at 1.5 billion by the mid-2030s and its sex ratio will remain skewed at 119 boys for every 100 girls, state [media] reported on Friday.
CHINA
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June 23, 2006
Li Dongdong holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai June 23,...
Shanghai, China
Li Dongdong holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai June 23.....
Li Dongdong holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai June 23, 2006. China's population will peak at 1.5 billion by the mid-2030s and its sex ratio will remain skewed at 119 boys for every 100 girls, state[media] reported on Friday.
CHINA
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June 23, 2006
Li Dongdong (R) holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai June...
Shanghai, China
Li Dongdong holds her newborn baby boy at a hospital in Shanghai
Li Dongdong (R) holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai June 23, 2006. China's population will peak at 1.5 billion by the mid-2030s and its sex ratio will remain skewed at 119 boys for every 100 girls, state media reported on Friday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA
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June 23, 2006
Li Dongdong holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai June 23,...
Shanghai, China
Li Dongdong holds her newborn baby boy at Zhongshan hospital in Shanghai
Li Dongdong holds her newborn baby boy at the maternity ward in Zhongshan hospital, Shanghai June 23, 2006. China's population will peak at 1.5 billion by the mid-2030s and its sex ratio will remain skewed at 119 boys for every 100 girls, state media reported on Friday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
MACAU EAST ASIAN GAMES
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November 04, 2005
South Korea's Kim Jinwook (R) kicks China Pan Dongdong in the men's under 80 kilograms taekwondo final...
Macau, China
South Korea's Kim fights against China's Pan in men's under 80 kilogram taekwondo final at East Asian...
South Korea's Kim Jinwook (R) kicks China Pan Dongdong in the men's under 80 kilograms taekwondo final at the East Asian Games in Macau, China, November 4, 2005. Kim beat Pan to win the gold medal. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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