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CHINA-SOUTHKOREA/
RTS27POQ
November 27, 2018
An official adjusts the tie for China's Premier Li Keqiang before he meets a delegation of governors...
Beijing, China
An official adjusts the tie for China's Premier Li Keqiang before he meets a delegation of governors...
An official adjusts the tie for China's Premier Li Keqiang before he meets a delegation of governors from South Korea at Zhongnanhai leadership compound, in Beijing, China, November 27, 2018. REUTERS/Jason Lee/Pool
NFL-SUPERBOWL/
RTX2ZRBH
February 06, 2017
New England Patriots' Danny Amendola (R) hugs teammate Chris Hogan after making a two-point conversion...
Houston, UNITED STATES
New England Patriots' Amendola hugs Hogan after making a two-point conversion to tie the game against...
New England Patriots' Danny Amendola (R) hugs teammate Chris Hogan after making a two-point conversion to tie the game against the Atlanta Falcons in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas, U.S., February 5, 2017. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
NFL/
RTX2ZRB0
February 06, 2017
Feb 5, 2017; Houston, TX, USA; New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola (80) scores on a two...
Houston, UNITED STATES
NFL: Super Bowl LI-New England Patriots vs Atlanta Falcons
Feb 5, 2017; Houston, TX, USA; New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola (80) scores on a two point conversion to tie the game against the Atlanta Falcons in the fourth quarter during Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTX212XP
January 05, 2016
Qamar, the wife of Palestinian Loay Soboh, 17, who according to medics lost his eyes in an Israeli air...
Beit Lahiya, Palestinian Territories
Qamar, the wife of Palestinian Loay Soboh, who according to medics lost his eyes in an Israeli air strike...
Qamar, the wife of Palestinian Loay Soboh, 17, who according to medics lost his eyes in an Israeli air strike during 2008-2009 war, helps her husband adjusts his tie as their four-month-old son Baker lies on a bed inside their house in Beit Lahiya town in the northern Gaza Strip January 5, 2016. The young father got married in December 2014. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
ITALY-CHINA/
RTR4A5T4
October 14, 2014
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi adjust his tie as he waits for a meeting with China's Premier Li...
Rome, Italy
Italian Prime Minister Renzi adjust his tie as he waits for a meeting with China's Premier Li at Chigi...
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi adjust his tie as he waits for a meeting with China's Premier Li Keqiang at Chigi palace in Rome, October 14 ,2014. REUTERS/Max Rossi ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS)
POLAND-MOBILEBANKING/
RTR3UY8S
June 21, 2014
Mobile phone (R) displaying an open T-mobile banking service application lies on a tablet screen with...
Warsaw, Poland
Photo illustration of mobile phone displaying T-mobile banking service app on a tablet screen with same...
Mobile phone (R) displaying an open T-mobile banking service application lies on a tablet screen with the same icon in this illustration picture taken in Warsaw June 17, 2014. Polish banks and telecoms firms are joining forces to offer low-cost banking on mobile phones, in what could be a test run for similar tie-ups across Europe as companies look for new ways to win and keep customers in saturated markets. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
POLAND-MOBILEBANKING/
RTR3UY8R
June 21, 2014
Mobile phone (R) displaying an open T-mobile banking service application lies on a tablet screen with...
Warsaw, Poland
Photo illustration of mobile phone displaying T-mobile banking service app on a tablet screen with same...
Mobile phone (R) displaying an open T-mobile banking service application lies on a tablet screen with the same icon in this illustration picture taken in Warsaw June 17, 2014. Polish banks and telecoms firms are joining forces to offer low-cost banking on mobile phones, in what could be a test run for similar tie-ups across Europe as companies look for new ways to win and keep customers in saturated markets. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
POLAND-MOBILEBANKING/
RTR3UY8Q
June 21, 2014
Mobile phone (R) displaying an open T-mobile banking service application lies on a tablet screen with...
Warsaw, Poland
Photo illustration of mobile phone displaying T-mobile banking service app on a tablet screen with same...
Mobile phone (R) displaying an open T-mobile banking service application lies on a tablet screen with the same icon in this illustration picture taken in Warsaw June 17, 2014. Polish banks and telecoms firms are joining forces to offer low-cost banking on mobile phones, in what could be a test run for similar tie-ups across Europe as companies look for new ways to win and keep customers in saturated markets. Picture taken June 17, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
CHINA/
RTR3FGKR
October 01, 2013
China's President Xi Jinping (blue tie, L-R), Premier Li Keqiang and Chinese Communist Party top leaders...
Beijing, China
Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang and Chinese Communist Party top leaders stand in silent tribute as it rains during...
China's President Xi Jinping (blue tie, L-R), Premier Li Keqiang and Chinese Communist Party top leaders stand in silent tribute as it rains during a tribute ceremony at the Monument to the People's Heroes, on the 64th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, in Beijing October 1, 2013. China celebrates its National Day on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
CHINA-SPORTSWEAR/LINING-NBA
RTXXV1J
March 24, 2013
A customer shops at a Li Ning sportswear store in front of a poster of NBA basketball player Dwyane Wade...
Shenyang, China
Customer shops at a Li Ning sportswear store in front of a poster of NBA basketball player Dwyane Wade...
A customer shops at a Li Ning sportswear store in front of a poster of NBA basketball player Dwyane Wade in Shenyang, Liaoning province March 21, 2013. China's biggest sportswear brand, Li Ning Co. Ltd., launched its newest brand at a gala event in Texas last month with Wade, resplendent in gold bow tie and plaid suit, showing off sports shoes he helped design. But his fans can't buy them yet. Li Ning, founded by the Chinese Olympic gymnast of the same name, has no stores in the U.S. and recently shut the e-commerce section of its U.S. website. Picture taken March 21, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SPORT BASKETBALL)
SOCCER-LATAM/
RTR39PSZ
October 28, 2012
Boca Juniors' Walter Erviti (bottom C) lies on the ground inside the goal as he celebrates with teammates...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Boca Juniors' Erviti celebrates after he scored his team's second goal in Argentine First Division soccer...
Boca Juniors' Walter Erviti (bottom C) lies on the ground inside the goal as he celebrates with teammates Lucas Viatri (L) and Lautaro Acosta (R) after he scored his team's second goal to tie their Argentine First Division soccer match against River Plate in Buenos Aires October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
NHL/
RTR30R0C
April 15, 2012
Ottawa Senators' Nick Foligno (top L) celebrates his goal to tie the game with teammate Zenon Konopkas...
New York, UNITED STATES
Ottawa Senators' Foligno celebrates his goal to tie the game against the New York Rangers during the...
Ottawa Senators' Nick Foligno (top L) celebrates his goal to tie the game with teammate Zenon Konopkas (top R) as Kyle Turris lies in the net against New York Rangers' goalie Henrik Lundqvist (R) and Michael Del Zotto (L) during the third period of Game 2 of their NHL Eastern Conference quarter-final playoff hockey game at Madison Square Garden in New York April 14, 2012. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
USA-CAMPAIGN/SANTORUM
RTR2ZVLI
March 25, 2012
Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum's tie lies on a pair of bowling...
Fond Du Lac, UNITED STATES
Santorum's tie lies on a pair of bowling shoes as he gets ready to bowl in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum's tie lies on a pair of bowling shoes as he gets ready for a friendly game of bowling after speaking to supporters at the Ledgeview Center in the Ledgeview Bowling Lanes in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin March 25, 2012. REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CHINA/
RTR2TV0P
November 11, 2011
Li Yanlei (R) and his wife Feng Yan (2nd R) pose with friends before getting married at the Bureau of...
Shanghai, China
Couple pose with friends before getting married at the Bureau of Civil Affairs in Shanghai
Li Yanlei (R) and his wife Feng Yan (2nd R) pose with friends before getting married at the Bureau of Civil Affairs in Shanghai November 11, 2011. Chinese couples are planning to marry or have their first date on November 11, 2011, seen as an auspicious day because of its long sequence of the digit "1". Known as "Singles Day", it is considered a lucky day for couples to tie the knot and leave the single life behind. According to the official Xinhua news agency, based on census data, males made up 51.3 percent of the entire population in 2010, but the male-to-female ratio at birth last year stood at 118.1 to 100, meaning there could be over 30 million bachelors unable to find a wife by 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA-
RTR2TV00
November 11, 2011
Li Yanlei (C) and Feng Yan (L) get married at the Bureau of Civil Affairs in Shanghai November 11, 2011....
Shanghai, China
Li Yanlei and Feng Yan get married at the Bureau of Civil Affairs in Shanghai
Li Yanlei (C) and Feng Yan (L) get married at the Bureau of Civil Affairs in Shanghai November 11, 2011. Chinese couples are planning to marry or have their first date on November 11, 2011, seen as an auspicious day because of its long sequence of the digit "1". Known as "Singles' Day", it is considered a lucky day for couples to tie the knot and leave the single life behind. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA-
RTR2TUXP
November 11, 2011
Li Yanlei embraces his wife Feng Yan after getting married at the Bureau of Civil Affairs at Xuhui district...
Shanghai, China
Li Yanlei embraces his wife Feng Yan after getting married at the Bureau of Civil Affairs at Xuhui district...
Li Yanlei embraces his wife Feng Yan after getting married at the Bureau of Civil Affairs at Xuhui district in Shanghai November 11, 2011. Chinese couples are planning to marry or have their first date on November 11, 2011, seen as an auspicious day because of its long sequence of the digit "1". Known as "Singles' Day", it is considered a lucky day for couples to tie the knot and leave the single life behind. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TENNIS-DAVIS/AUSTRALIA
RTR2OH9E
July 05, 2011
China's Davis Cup tennis team captain Zeng Shaoxuan (L) stands with players (2nd L-R) Li Zhe, Gong Maoxin,...
Beijing, China
China's Davis Cup tennis team captain Zeng stands with players Li, Gong, Zhang and Wu during a media...
China's Davis Cup tennis team captain Zeng Shaoxuan (L) stands with players (2nd L-R) Li Zhe, Gong Maoxin, Zhang Ze and Wu Di during a media conference in Beijing July 5, 2011. Australia's new Davis Cup captain Pat Rafter, the former world number one who replaced John Fitzgerald in October, has picked once-feuding rivals Bernard Tomic and Lleyton Hewitt as he hopes to blow away China in a world group playoff tie in Beijing on July 8-10. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS)
CHINA/
RTR2BYAU
March 23, 2010
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) shakes hands with entrepreneurs from various countries, including Rio...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen shakes hands with entrepreneurs from various countries including Rio Tinto Chief...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) shakes hands with entrepreneurs from various countries, including Rio Tinto Chief Executive Tom Albanese (2nd R with red tie) during China Development Forum at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 22, 2010. Picture taken March 22, 2010. REUTERS/Feng Li/Pool (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
TABLE-TENNIS/
RTXEPBP
May 04, 2009
Hong Kong's Jiang Huajun (L) and Tie Yana react after being defeated by China's Li Xiaoxia and Guo Yue...
Yokohama, Japan
Hong Kong's Jiang Huajun and Tie Yana react after being defeated by China's Li Xiaoxia and Guo Yue at...
Hong Kong's Jiang Huajun (L) and Tie Yana react after being defeated by China's Li Xiaoxia and Guo Yue at the women's doubles semi-final match during the World Table Tennis Championships in Yokohama, south of Tokyo May 4, 2009. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
TABLE-TENNIS/
RTXEPBN
May 04, 2009
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue return the ball against Hong Kong's Jiang Huajun and Tie Yana at the...
Yokohama, Japan
China's Li Xiaoxia and Guo Yue return the ball against Hong Kong's Jiang Huajun and Tie Yana at the women's...
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue return the ball against Hong Kong's Jiang Huajun and Tie Yana at the women's doubles semi-final match during the World Table Tennis Championships in Yokohama, south of Tokyo May 4, 2009. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
OLYMPICS-TABLE TENNIS/
RTR21H0G
August 21, 2008
Li Qiangbing of Austria looks at the ball during her women's singles fourth round table tennis match...
Beijing, China
Li Qiangbing of Austria looks at the ball during her women's singles fourth round table tennis match...
Li Qiangbing of Austria looks at the ball during her women's singles fourth round table tennis match against Tie Yana of Hong Kong at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Beawiharta (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-TABLE TENNIS/
RTR21H07
August 21, 2008
Tie Yana of Hong Kong plays a shot during her women's singles fourth round table tennis match against...
Beijing, China
Tie Yana of Hong Kong plays a shot during her women's singles fourth round table tennis match against...
Tie Yana of Hong Kong plays a shot during her women's singles fourth round table tennis match against Li Qiangbing of Austria at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Beawiharta (CHINA)
MACAU/
RTX858X
July 26, 2008
Chelsea's Deco (L) and Chengdu Blades' Li Tie fight for the ball during a friendly soccer match in Macau...
Macau, China
Chelsea's Deco and Chengdu Blades' Li Tie fight for the ball during a friendly soccer match in Macau
Chelsea's Deco (L) and Chengdu Blades' Li Tie fight for the ball during a friendly soccer match in Macau July 26, 2008. REUTERS/Victor Fraile(CHINA)
TABLETENNIS/
RTR1XRDZ
March 01, 2008
Members of Hong Kong's women table tennis team, (from L to R) coach Li Hui-fen and players Zhang Rui,...
Guangzhou, China
Members of Hong Kong's women table tennis team attend a medal presentation ceremony in Guangzhou
Members of Hong Kong's women table tennis team, (from L to R) coach Li Hui-fen and players Zhang Rui, Tie Ya-na, Jiang Hua-jun, Lin Ling and Lau Sui-fei, attend a medal presentation ceremony in the women's final of the World Team Table Tennis Championships in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou March 1, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTX3Y86
November 22, 2007
The body of Ah Nio Shar Tie, an 88 year old man from the Yi ethnic minority, lies in his house during...
ZAOJIE, China
The body of an 88 year old man from the Yi ethnic minority lies in his house in southwest China's Sichuan...
The body of Ah Nio Shar Tie, an 88 year old man from the Yi ethnic minority, lies in his house during his two-day long funeral rites at Zhuhe village in southwest China's Sichuan province November 21, 2007. The Yi ethnic minority is the fourth biggest minority in China and they are located mainly in remote regions at the southwest part of China. Picture taken November 21, 2007. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA)
SOCCER-ASIA/
RTR1RWTM
July 16, 2007
China's Li Tie (L) warms up during a training session for the 2007 AFC Asian Cup Group C soccer tournament...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
China's Tie warms up during a training session for the 2007 AFC Asian Cup Group C soccer tournament in...
China's Li Tie (L) warms up during a training session for the 2007 AFC Asian Cup Group C soccer tournament in Kuala Lumpur July 14, 2007. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
SOCCER-ASIA/
RTR1RVDY
July 15, 2007
China's Mao Jianqing (L) celebrates with Li Tie after scoring China's second goal against Iran during...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
China's Jianqing celebrates with Tie after scoring China's second goal against Iran during their 2007...
China's Mao Jianqing (L) celebrates with Li Tie after scoring China's second goal against Iran during their 2007 AFC Asian Cup soccer tournament Group C match in Kuala Lumpur July 15, 2007. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
SOCCER-ASIA/
RTR1ROS4
July 10, 2007
China players celebrate their fifth goal against Malaysia scored by Wang Dong (4th R) during their 2007...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
China players celebrate their fifth goal against Malaysia during their 2007 AFC Asian Cup Group C soccer...
China players celebrate their fifth goal against Malaysia scored by Wang Dong (4th R) during their 2007 AFC Asian Cup Group C soccer match in Kuala Lumpur July 10, 2007. The players are (L-R) Zhang Yaokun, Zheng Zhi, Li Tie, Li Weifeng and Sun Jihai. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
SOCCER-ASIA/
RTR1RM5D
July 08, 2007
China's soccer team players Li Tie (R) and Zhou Haibin warm up before their training session at Bukit...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
China's soccer team players Li and Zhou warm up before their training session at Bukit Jalil stadium...
China's soccer team players Li Tie (R) and Zhou Haibin warm up before their training session at Bukit Jalil stadium for the upcoming 2007 AFC Asian Cup soccer tournament in Kuala Lumpur July 8, 2007. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
SOCCER/
RTR1QE33
June 03, 2007
China's Zhang Yaokun (C) jumps in the air between Li Tie (L) and Zhang Shuai after scoring a goal in...
San Jose, UNITED STATES
China's Zhang jumps in the air between Li and Zhang after scoring a goal in the first half of a friendly...
China's Zhang Yaokun (C) jumps in the air between Li Tie (L) and Zhang Shuai after scoring a goal in the first half of a friendly soccer match against the United States in San Jose, California June 2 , 2007. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
GAMES-ASIAN/TABLE TENNIS
RTR1K4AM
December 06, 2006
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue celebrate as they win the gold medal during the women's doubles table...
Doha, Qatar
China's Li and Guo celebrate win during women's doubles final competition at the 15th Asian Games in...
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue celebrate as they win the gold medal during the women's doubles table tennis final against Hong Kong's Zhang Rui and Tie Ya Na at the 15th Asian Games in Doha December 6, 2006. REUTERS/Issei Kato (QATAR)
GAMES-ASIAN/TABLE TENNIS
RTR1K48F
December 06, 2006
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue shows their gold medals after the women's doubles table tennis final...
Doha, Qatar
China's Li and Guo shows their gold medals during women's doubles final competition at the 15th Asian...
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue shows their gold medals after the women's doubles table tennis final against Hong Kong's Zhang Rui and Tie Ya Na at the 15th Asian Games in Doha December 6, 2006. REUTERS/Issei Kato (QATAR)
GAMES-ASIAN/TABLE TENNIS
RTR1K48C
December 06, 2006
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue watch the the ball on their way to the gold medal during the women's...
Doha, Qatar
China's Li and Guo watch ball on their way to the gold medal during women's doubles final competition...
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue watch the the ball on their way to the gold medal during the women's doubles table tennis final against Hong Kong's Zhang Rui and Tie Ya Na at the 15th Asian Games in Doha December 6, 2006. REUTERS/Issei Kato (QATAR)
GAMES-ASIAN/TABLE TENNIS
RTR1K488
December 06, 2006
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue return the ball on their way to the gold medal during the women's...
Doha, Qatar
China's Li and Guo return the ball on their way to the gold medal during women's doubles final competition...
China's Li Xiaoxia (R) and Guo Yue return the ball on their way to the gold medal during the women's doubles table tennis final against Hong Kong's Zhang Rui and Tie Ya Na at the 15th Asian Games in Doha December 6, 2006. REUTERS/Issei Kato (QATAR)
SPORT SOCCER
RTR18BKK
October 12, 2005
Germany's forward Tim Borowski (R) challenges Tie Li of China during their friendly soccer match in Hamburg,...
Hamburg, Germany
Germany's Borowski challenges Tie Li of China during their friendly soccer match in Hamburg
Germany's forward Tim Borowski (R) challenges Tie Li of China during their friendly soccer match in Hamburg, northern Germany, October 12, 2005. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SPORT SOCCER
RTR18BGV
October 12, 2005
Germany's midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger (C) tackles China's Tie Li (L) during their friendly soccer...
Hamburg, Germany
Germany's midfielder Schweinsteiger tackles China's Tie Li during their friendly soccer match in Hamburg...
Germany's midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger (C) tackles China's Tie Li (L) during their friendly soccer match in Hamburg, northern Germany, October 12, 2005. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SPORT TABLE TENNIS
RTRU3CO
May 02, 2005
Hong Kong's Zhang Rui returns a shot watched by partner Tie Yana during their Mixed Doubles match against...
Shanghai, United Kingdom
Hong Kong's Zhang Rui returns a shot watched by partner Tie Yana during their Mixed Doubles match ......
Hong Kong's Zhang Rui returns a shot watched by partner Tie Yana during their Mixed Doubles match against Taiwan's Lee I-Chen and Pan Li-chun at the 48th World Table Tennis Championships in Shanghai. Hong Kong's Zhang Rui (L) returns a shot watched by partner Tie Yana during their Mixed Doubles match against Taiwan's Lee I-Chen and Pan Li-chun at the 48th World Table Tennis Championships in Shanghai May 2, 2005. The Hong Kong pair went on to win by 4-1. REUTERS/Mark Ralston
CHINA
RTR4GL6
March 06, 2005
Chinese cormorant fisherman, Huang Congman, 75, watches as one of his cormorants catches a fish on the...
Xiangping, China
Chinese cormorant fisherman watches as one of his birds catches a fish in Xingping, China.
Chinese cormorant fisherman, Huang Congman, 75, watches as one of his cormorants catches a fish on the scenic Li Jiang river near the Chinese town of Xingping March 6, 2005. The birds have been used for centuries by Chinese fisherman, who tie strings made of hemp around the birds' necks to stop them from swallowing their catch. Picture taken March 6, 2005. REUTERS/Mark Ralston RKR/AT
CHINA
RTR4GKH
March 06, 2005
Chinese cormorant fisherman, 75-years-old Huang Congman, returns home after fishing on the scenic Li...
Xiangping, China
A Chinese cormorant fisherman returns home after fishing on Li Jiang river, China.
Chinese cormorant fisherman, 75-years-old Huang Congman, returns home after fishing on the scenic Li Jiang River near the Chinese town of Xingping March 6, 2005. The birds have been used for centuries by Chinese fisherman, who tie strings made of hemp around the birds' necks to stop them from swallowing their catch. Picture taken on March 6, 2005. REUTERS/Mark Ralston RKR/LD
CHINA
RTR4GMY
March 05, 2005
A Chinese fisherman uses a cormorant to fish at dusk on the Li Jiang river near the Chinese town of Xingping...
Xingping, China
A Chinese fisherman uses a cormorant to fish at dusk on Li Jiang river, China.
A Chinese fisherman uses a cormorant to fish at dusk on the Li Jiang river near the Chinese town of Xingping March 5, 2005. The birds have been used for centuries by Chinese fisherman, who tie strings made of hemp around the birds' necks to stop them from swallowing their catch. Picture taken March 5, 2005. REUTERS/Mark Ralston RKR/MK
CHINA
RTR4GMJ
March 05, 2005
Chinese fishermen, using cormorant and lanterns, fish at dusk on the Li Jiang river near the Chinese...
Xingping, China
Chinese fishermen use cormorant and lanterns to fish on Li Jiang river, China.
Chinese fishermen, using cormorant and lanterns, fish at dusk on the Li Jiang river near the Chinese town of Xingping March 5, 2005. The birds have been used for centuries by Chinese fisherman, who tie strings made of hemp around the birds' necks to stop them from swallowing their catch. Picture taken March 5, 2005. REUTERS/Mark Ralston RKR/MK
CHINA
RTR4GM1
March 05, 2005
A Chinese cormorant fisherman sets out to fish with his birds on the scenic Li Jiang River, near the...
Xingping, China
A Chinese fisherman sets out to fish with his cormorants in Xingping, China.
A Chinese cormorant fisherman sets out to fish with his birds on the scenic Li Jiang River, near the Chinese town of Xingping on March 5, 2005. The birds have been used for centuries by Chinese fisherman, who tie strings made of hemp around the birds' necks to stop them from swallowing their catch. Picture taken on March 5, 2005. REUTERS/Mark Ralston RKR/AT
CHINA
RTR4GJS
March 05, 2005
A cormorant waits for its turn to fish on a boat in the Li Jiang river near the town of Xingping, China...
Xiangping, China
A cormorant waits for its turn to fish on a boat in the Li Jiang river in China.
A cormorant waits for its turn to fish on a boat in the Li Jiang river near the town of Xingping, China March 5, 2005. The birds have been used for centuries by Chinese fisherman, who tie strings made of hemp around the birds' neck to stop them from swallowing their catch. Picture taken March 5, 2005. REUTERS/Mark Ralston RKR/KY
CHINA
RTR4GIW
March 05, 2005
Chinese cormorant fisherman Huang Congman, 75, lights his lantern at dusk on the scenic Li Jiang river...
Xingping, China
A Chinese cormorant fisherman lights his lantern at dusk on Li Jiang river, China.
Chinese cormorant fisherman Huang Congman, 75, lights his lantern at dusk on the scenic Li Jiang river near the Chinese town of Xingping March 5, 2005. The birds have been used for centuries by Chinese fisherman, who tie strings made of hemp around the birds' necks to stop them from swallowing their catch. Picture taken March 5, 2005. REUTERS/Mark Ralston RKR/MK
HONGKONG
RTRSVWN
June 28, 2004
(From R) English premier league Everton midfielder Li Tie, Li Ning, Chairman of Li Ning Co Ltd and also...
Hong Kong, China
CHINESE SPORTSMEN POSE IN HONG KONG.
(From R) English premier league Everton midfielder Li Tie, Li Ning, Chairman of Li Ning Co Ltd and also known as the "Prince of Gymnastics" in China, Chinese Olympic gymnast gold medallists Li Xiaoshuang and Li Chunyang pose during the announcement of Li Ning Co Ltd listing on the stock exchange at the Hong Kong Exchange Market June 28, 2004. Shares in Chinese sports goods retailer Li Ning Co Ltd (2331.HK) rose more than 11 percent early in their Hong Kong debut on Monday, bucking a market downtrend as investors raced to buy into China's consumption boom. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/CP
HONGKONG
RTRSTWV
June 27, 2004
CHINESE OLYMPIC GYMNASTICS GOLD MEDALIST LI XIAOSHUANG AND ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE'S EVERTON MIDFIELDER...
Hong Kong
CHINESE OLYMPIC GYMNASTICS GOLD MEDALIST LI XIAOSHUANG AND ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE'S EVERTON ...
CHINESE OLYMPIC GYMNASTICS GOLD MEDALIST LI XIAOSHUANG AND ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE'S EVERTON MIDFIELDER LI TIE ATTEND NEWS CONFERENCE IN HONG KONG. Chinese Olympic gymnast gold medalists Li Xiaoshuang (L) and English premier league's Everton midfielder Li Tie attend a news conference in a department store in Hong Kong June 27, 2004 to promote China's sports wear brand "Li Ning". Athletic wear retailer Li Ning Co Ltd raised HK$530 million ($67.9 million) in a Hong Kong IPO, pricing its shares near the high end of its indicated range on strong investor demand for stocks profiting from Chinese consumer spending growth. REUTERS/Kin Cheung
HONGKONG
RTRSTWC
June 27, 2004
Chinese Olympic gymnasts gold medalists Li Xiaoshuang (L) and Li Chunyang (R) and English premier league...
Hong Kong, China
CHINESE SPORTSMEN ATTEND A NEWS CONFERENCE IN A SHOPPING DEPARTMENT STORE IN HONG KONG.
Chinese Olympic gymnasts gold medalists Li Xiaoshuang (L) and Li Chunyang (R) and English premier league Everton midfielder Li Tie attend a news conference in a shopping department store in Hong Kong June 27, 2004 to promote China's sports wear brand "Li Ning". Athletic wear retailer Li Ning Co Ltd raised HK$530 million ($67.9 million) in a Hong Kong IPO, pricing its shares near the high end of its indicated range on strong investor demand for stocks profiting from Chinese consumer spending growth. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/CP
HONGKONG
RTR5AF8
June 27, 2004
(From R) English premier league Everton midfielder Li Tie, Chinese Olympic gymnasts gold medalists Li...
Hong Kong
CHINESE SPORTSMEN ATTEND A NEWS CONFERENCE IN A SHOPPING DEPARTMENT STORE IN HONG KONG.
(From R) English premier league Everton midfielder Li Tie, Chinese Olympic gymnasts gold medalists Li Xiaoshuang and Li Chunyang attend a news conference in a shopping department in Hong Kong June 27, 2004 to promote China's sports wear brand "Li Ning". Athletic wear retailer Li Ning Co Ltd raised HK$530 million ($67.9 million) in a Hong Kong IPO, pricing its shares near the high end of its indicated range on strong investor demand for stocks profiting from Chinese consumer spending growth. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/CP
HONGKONG
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June 27, 2004
English premier league Everton midfielder Li Tie signs an autograph in a shopping department store in...
Hong Kong, China
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE EVERTON MIDFIELDER LI TIE SIGNS AN AUTOGRAPH IN HONG KONG.
English premier league Everton midfielder Li Tie signs an autograph in a shopping department store in Hong Kong June 27, 2004 to promote China's sports wear brand "Li Ning". Athletic wear retailer Li Ning Co Ltd raised HK$530 million ($67.9 million) in a Hong Kong IPO, pricing its shares near the high end of its indicated range on strong investor demand for stocks profiting from Chinese consumer spending growth. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/CP
SPORT NHL
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February 17, 2004
Ottawa Senators' Marian Hossa (lower, center) celebrates his game tying goal against the Washington Capitals...
Washington, United States of America
SENATORS CELEBRATE TYING GOAL BY HOSSA AGAINST CAPITALS.
Ottawa Senators' Marian Hossa (lower, center) celebrates his game tying goal against the Washington Capitals in the third period at the MCI Center in Washington February 17, 2004, with teammates Jason Spezza (L), and Martin Havlat (behind Hossa). Capitals goalie Olaf Kolzig (top background), lies on the ice after giving up the goal. The game ended in a 1-1 tie. REUTERS/Joe Giza JG/JDP
SPORT SOCCER
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January 07, 2004
ARSENAL'S HENRY COMPETES WITH EVERTON'S LI TIE DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE SOCCER MATCH AT GOODISON...
Liverpool, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ARSENAL'S HENRY COMPETES WITH EVERTON'S LI TIE DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE SOCCER MATCH AT ......
ARSENAL'S HENRY COMPETES WITH EVERTON'S LI TIE DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE SOCCER MATCH AT GOODISON PARK. Arsenal's Thierry Henry (R) competes for the ball with Everton's Li Tie of China during their English premier league soccer match at Goodison Park, January 7, 2004. The match ended 1-1. NO INTERNET/ONLINE USAGE WITHOUT FAPL LICENCE, FOR DETAILS SEE WWW.FAPLWEB.COM REUTERS/Darren Staples
SPORT SOCCER
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January 07, 2004
EVERTON'S LI TIE COMPETES WITH ARSENAL'S KANU DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE SOCCER MATCH AT GOODISON...
Liverpool, United Kingdom of Great Britain
EVERTON'S LI TIE COMPETES WITH ARSENAL'S KANU DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE SOCCER MATCH AT ......
EVERTON'S LI TIE COMPETES WITH ARSENAL'S KANU DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE SOCCER MATCH AT GOODISON PARK. Everton's Li Tie (L) of China competes with Arsenal's Kanu of Nigeria during their English premier league soccer match at Goodison Park, January 7, 2004. NO INTERNET/ONLINE USAGE WITHOUT FAPL LICENCE, FOR DETAILS SEE WWW.FAPLWEB.COM REUTERS/Darren Staples
SPORT SOCCER BRAZIL
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February 12, 2003
China's soccer players listen to the national anthem before their
friendly match against Brazil in Guangzhou...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINA'S SOCCER PLAYERS LISTEN TO NATIONAL ANTHEM IN GUANGZHOU.
China's soccer players listen to the national anthem before their
friendly match against Brazil in Guangzhou February 12, 2003, which
ended in 0-0 draw. (From L) Li Weifeng, Liu Yunfei, Li Yi, Zhao Junzhe,
Yang Pu, Zhen Zhi, Li Xiaopeng, Qi Hong, Sun Jihai, Wei Xin and Li Tie.
REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/CP
SPORTS SOCCER
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February 12, 2003
Brazil's Ronaldinho (R) fights for the ball with China's Li Tie during
a friendly soccer match in Guangzhou...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
BRAZIL'S RONALDINHO FILGHTS FOR THE BALL WITH CHINA'S LI TIE DURING
MATCH IN GUANGZHOU.
Brazil's Ronaldinho (R) fights for the ball with China's Li Tie during
a friendly soccer match in Guangzhou February 12, 2003. The match ended
0-0. REUTERS/Kin Cheung

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SPORT SOCCER
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February 11, 2003
China's midfielder Li Tie, who plays for English premier league club
Everton, participates in a training...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINA'S MIDFIELDER LI TIE PARTICIPATES IN TRAINING IN GUANGZHOU.
China's midfielder Li Tie, who plays for English premier league club
Everton, participates in a training session in the southern Chinese
city of Guangzhou February 11, 2003. China will play a friendly soccer
match against Brazil's national team on February 12. REUTERS/Kin
Cheung

BY/CP
SPORTS SOCCER
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February 11, 2003
China's midfielder Li Tie, who plays for English premier league club
Everton, participates in a training...
Guangzhou, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINA'S MIDFIELDER LI TIE PARTICIPATES IN TRAINING IN GUANGZHOU.
China's midfielder Li Tie, who plays for English premier league club
Everton, participates in a training session in the southern Chinese
city of Guangzhou February 11, 2003. China will play a friendly soccer
match against Brazil's national team on February 12. REUTERS/Kin
Cheung

BY
SPORTS TENNIS DAVIS SPAIN
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February 07, 2003
Belgium's Xavier Malisse lies in the net after a fall during a singles
match against Spain's Carlos...
Seville, Spain
BELGIUM'S XAVIER MALISSE FALLS IN THE NET DURING DAVIS CUP MATCH IN
SEVILLE.
Belgium's Xavier Malisse lies in the net after a fall during a singles
match against Spain's Carlos Moya of their Davis Cup tie in Seville
February 7, 2003. Moya won in straight sets 7-6 6-1 7-6.
REUTERS/Marcelo Del Pozo

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GAMES EL SALVADOR
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December 07, 2002
Mexico`s Miguel Hernandez (14) lies on the field after being hit with a
thrown can by a fan during the...
San Salvador, El Salvador
MEXICO`S HERNANDEZ LIES ON THE FIELD AFTER BEING HIT.
Mexico`s Miguel Hernandez (14) lies on the field after being hit with a
thrown can by a fan during the final game for the gold medal at the
Central American and Caribbean Games` soccer tournament in San
Salvador, December 7, 2002. El Salvador won 5-4 on a penalty shoot out
after a 1-1 tie in regulation time. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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SPORT SOCCER
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October 07, 2002
Everton's Chinese midfielder Li Tie plays against Manchester United
during their English premier league...
Manchester, UK
EVERTON'S LI TIE PLAYS AGAINST MANCHESTER UNITED IN THE ENGLISH PREMIER
LEAGUE AT OLD TRAFFORD.
Everton's Chinese midfielder Li Tie plays against Manchester United
during their English premier league match at Old Trafford, Manchester,
October 7, 2002. Manchester United won the match 3-0. NO
ONLINE/INTERNET USAGE WITHOUT FAPL LICENCE. FOR DETAILS SEE
WWW.FAPLWEB.COM. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

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SPORT TENNIS OPEN
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August 27, 2002
Nicolas Kiefer (R) of Germany lies on the ground after injuring his
knee during a fifth set tie breaker...
Flushing, United States of America
NICOLAS KIEFER LIES ON THE GROUND IN US OPEN MATCH AGAINST MARAT SAFIN.
Nicolas Kiefer (R) of Germany lies on the ground after injuring his
knee during a fifth set tie breaker against Marat Safin of Russia in
their match at the U.S. Open in Flushing, New York, August 27, 2002.
Kiefer finished the match, but was defeated 6-3 4-6 4-6 6-4 7-6.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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