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CHINA-IOC/
RTR1OPQY 
April 17, 2007 
Beijing Organising Committee for the Games of the 29th Olympiad (BOCOG) President Liu Qi (R) and IOC... 
Beijing, China 
BOCOG President Liu Qi and IOC Coordination Commission Chairman Verbruggen play table tennis the opening... 
Beijing Organising Committee for the Games of the 29th Olympiad (BOCOG) President Liu Qi (R) and IOC Coordination Commission Chairman Hein Verbruggen (L) play table tennis during the opening of the IOC Coordination Commission meeting at the BOCOG headquarters in Beijing April 17, 2007. REUTERS/Minoru Iwasaki/Pool (CHINA) 
CHINA-IOC/
RTR1OPQX 
April 17, 2007 
Beijing Organising Committee for the Games of the 29th Olympiad (BOCOG) President Liu Qi attends the... 
Beijing, China 
BOCOG President Liu Qi attends the opening of the IOC Coordination Commission meeting at the BOCOG headquarters... 
Beijing Organising Committee for the Games of the 29th Olympiad (BOCOG) President Liu Qi attends the opening of the IOC Coordination Commission meeting at the BOCOG headquarters in Beijing April 17, 2007. REUTERS/Minoru Iwasaki/Pool (CHINA) 
CHINA-IOC/
RTR1OPQD 
April 17, 2007 
Beijing Organising Committee for the Games of the 29th Olympiad (BOCOG) President Liu Qi (C) attends... 
Beijing, China 
BOCOG President Liu Qi attends the opening of the IOC Coordination Commission meeting at the BOCOG headquarters... 
Beijing Organising Committee for the Games of the 29th Olympiad (BOCOG) President Liu Qi (C) attends the opening of the IOC Coordination Commission meeting at the BOCOG headquarters in Beijing April 17, 2007. REUTERS/Minoru Iwasaki/Pool (CHINA) 
CHINA-IOC/
RTR1OPQB 
April 17, 2007 
Beijing Organising Committee for the Games of the 29th Olympiad (BOCOG) President Liu Qi (top left) and... 
Beijing, China 
BOCOG President Liu Qi and IOC Coordination Commission Chairman Verbruggen attend the opening of the... 
Beijing Organising Committee for the Games of the 29th Olympiad (BOCOG) President Liu Qi (top left) and IOC Coordination Commission Chairman Hein Verbruggen (R) attend the opening of the IOC Coordination Commission meeting at the BOCOG headquarters in Beijing April 17, 2007. REUTERS/Minoru Iwasaki/Pool (CHINA) 
OLYMPIC-CHINA/
RTR1LCUH 
January 19, 2007 
President of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad Liu Qi (R) holds a volunteer... 
Beijing, China 
President of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad Liu Qi holds logo in... 
President of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad Liu Qi (R) holds a volunteer logo at the start of a ceremony to recruit volunteers for the Beijing 2008 Olympic and Paralympic Games, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
MIDEAST
RTR1JLNU 
November 22, 2006 
Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) meets with Liu Qi, president of the Beijing Organizing Committee... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Israeli Foreign Minister Livni with Liu Qi in Jerusalem 
Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) meets with Liu Qi, president of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2008 Olympic Games (BOCOG), in Jerusalem November 22, 2006. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM) 
MIDEAST
RTR1JLNQ 
November 22, 2006 
Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (L) shakes hands with Liu Qi, president of the Beijing Organizing... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Israeli Foreign Minister Livni shakes hands with Liu Qi in Jerusalem 
Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (L) shakes hands with Liu Qi, president of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2008 Olympic Games (BOCOG), during their meeting in Jerusalem November 22, 2006. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM) 
MIDEAST
RTR1JLEH 
November 22, 2006 
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (C) arrives at his office to meet Chinese communist party politburo... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Israeli PM Olmert arrives at his office to meet Beijing Olympics organising committee representative... 
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (C) arrives at his office to meet Chinese communist party politburo member and Beijing Olympics organising committee representative Liu Qi (not pictured) in Jerusalem November 22, 2006. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM) 
MIDEAST
RTR1JLEC 
November 22, 2006 
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (L) smiles during his meeting with Chinese communist party politburo... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Israeli PM Olmert smiles during his meeting with Beijing Olympics organising committee representative... 
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (L) smiles during his meeting with Chinese communist party politburo member and Beijing Olympics organising committee representative Liu Qi in Jerusalem November 22, 2006. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM) 
MIDEAST
RTR1JLEB 
November 22, 2006 
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (L) shakes hands with Chinese communist party politburo member and... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Israeli Prime Minister Olmert shakes hands with Chinese Beijing Olympics organising committee representative... 
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (L) shakes hands with Chinese communist party politburo member and Beijing Olympics organising committee representative Liu Qi during their meeting in Jerusalem November 22, 2006. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM) 
MIDEAST
RTR1JLDY 
November 22, 2006 
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert arrives at his office to meet Chinese communist party politburo member... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Israeli PM Olmert arrives at his office to meet Beijing Olympics organising committee representative... 
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert arrives at his office to meet Chinese communist party politburo member and Beijing Olympics organising committee representative Liu Qi (not pictured) in Jerusalem November 22, 2006. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM) 
CHINA FRANCE
RTR1IRIG 
October 28, 2006 
France's President Jacques Chirac (C) pauses as he looks at statues below his feet at the Liu Qi grave... 
Xian, China 
France's President Jacques Chirac looks at statues at the Liu Qi grave museum in Xian 
France's President Jacques Chirac (C) pauses as he looks at statues below his feet at the Liu Qi grave museum in Xian October 28, 2006. Chirac pored over relics in China's first imperial capital on Saturday at the end of a 4-day state visit to a country which has opened its culture and huge market potential to the West. REUTERS/Patrick Kovarik/Pool (CHINA) 
CHINA FRANCE
RTR1IRIE 
October 28, 2006 
France's President Jacques Chirac (R) pauses as he looks at statues of horses at the Liu Qi grave museum... 
Xian, China 
France's President Jacques Chirac pauses as he looks at statues of horses at the Liu Qi grave museum... 
France's President Jacques Chirac (R) pauses as he looks at statues of horses at the Liu Qi grave museum in Xian October 28, 2006. Chirac pored over relics in China's first imperial capital on Saturday at the end of a 4-day state visit to a country which has opened its culture and huge market potential to the West. REUTERS/Patrick Kovarik/Pool (CHINA) 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR1IMU5 
October 24, 2006 
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge (2nd L) and president of the Beijing Organizing... 
Beijing, China 
IOC President Jacques Rogge visits the site of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games main stadium 
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge (2nd L) and president of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games Liu Qi (L) visit the site of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games main stadium October 24, 2006. REUTERS/Takanori Sekine/Pool (CHINA) 
CHINA
RTR1IKOE 
October 22, 2006 
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge (C) and Beijing Organizing Committee for... 
Beijing, China 
Jacques Rogge and Qi Liu applaud during the opening ceremony of the World Forum in Beijing 
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge (C) and Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games (BOCOG) president Qi Liu (R) applaud during the opening ceremony of the World Forum at the event "Sport and a World of Harmony" in Beijing October 22, 2006. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA) 
CHINA UN ANNAN
RTR1DNO1 
May 23, 2006 
Liu Qi (L), president of the Beijing Organising Committee for the Olympics Games (BOCOG), claps after... 
Beijing, China 
Liu president of BOCOG claps after UN Secretary General Kofi Annan signs guest book of construction site... 
Liu Qi (L), president of the Beijing Organising Committee for the Olympics Games (BOCOG), claps after U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan (C) signs the guest book of the construction site of China's National Stadium for the Games as his wife Nane Annan looks on in Beijing May 23, 2006. REUTERS/Lucas Schifres/Pool 
CHINA UN ANNAN
RTR1DNNY 
May 23, 2006 
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan (C), his wife Nane Annan (R) and Party Secretary and President of the... 
Beijing, China 
U.N. Secretary-General Annan, his wife and President of BOCOG Liu look up at China's National Stadium... 
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan (C), his wife Nane Annan (R) and Party Secretary and President of the BOCOG (Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad) Liu Qi (front L) look up at China's National Stadium for the 2008 Olympics under construction in Beijing May 23, 2006. China is crucial to the success of talks on reining in North Korea's nuclear programmes, Annan said on Tuesday as he urged Beijing to take a more active role in protecting human rights. REUTERS/Lucas Schifres/Pool 
CHINA
RTR1CEYW 
April 11, 2006 
Chairman of Beijing's Olympics Organising Committee, Liu Qi (R) introduces London's Mayor,Ken Livingstone... 
Beijing, China 
Chairman of Beijing's Olympics Organising Committee Liu introduces London's Mayor Livingstone to the... 
Chairman of Beijing's Olympics Organising Committee, Liu Qi (R) introduces London's Mayor,Ken Livingstone to the media in Beijing April 11, 2006. Livingstone is on a three-day visit to Beijing to view China's preparation for the Beijing Olympics 2008. REUTERS/Peter Parks/Pool 
CHINA
RTR1CEYG 
April 11, 2006 
Chairman of Beijing's Olympics Organising Committee, Liu Qi (R) introduces London's Mayor,Ken Livingstone... 
Beijing, China 
Chairman of Beijing's Olympics Organising Committee Liu introduces London's Mayor Livingstone to the... 
Chairman of Beijing's Olympics Organising Committee, Liu Qi (R) introduces London's Mayor,Ken Livingstone (L) to the media in Beijing April 11, 2006. Livingstone is on a three-day visit to Beijing to view China's preparation for the Beijing Olympics 2008. REUTERS/Peter Parks/Pool 
CHINA FASHION
RTRVWX0 
June 05, 2005 
IOC President Rogge and Chinese official Liu attend the launch of the Volunteer Programme for the Beijing... 
Beijing, China 
IOC President Rogge and Chinese official Liu attend the launch of the Volunteer Programme for the ...... 
IOC President Rogge and Chinese official Liu attend the launch of the Volunteer Programme for the Beijing 2008 Olympics in Beijing. International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge (C) and Liu Qi (R), member of the CPC Political Bureau, secretary of the Beijing Municipal Party Committee and chairman of the Beijing Olympic Organisation Committee, attend the launch of the Volunteer Programme for the Beijing 2008 Olympics in the Chinese capital June 5, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA
RTRAOL3 
May 10, 2005 
Chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party Soong gestures during his meeting with Beijing Mayor... 
Beijing, China 
Chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party Soong gestures during his meeting with Beijing ...... 
Chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party Soong gestures during his meeting with Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing Hotel. James Soong, chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party gestures during his meeting with Beijing Mayor Liu Qi (not in picture) at a Beijing Hotel May 10, 2005. Soong arrived in Beijing on Tuesday for bridge-building talks with the island's nemesis, the Chinese Communist Party, two months after China passed a law mandating war against the island. Soong, chairman of the People First Party (PFP) that is struggling for survival after a dismal showing in parliamentary polls last December, follows Lien Chan, who last month became the first Kuomintang (KMT) leader to set foot on the mainland since the end of the civil war in 1949. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin 
CHINA
RTRAOKE 
May 10, 2005 
Chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party Soong shakes hands with Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing... 
Beijing, China 
Chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party Soong shakes hands with Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at ...... 
Chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party Soong shakes hands with Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing Hotel. James Soong (R), chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party shakes hands with Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at a Beijing Hotel May 10, 2005. Soong arrived in Beijing on Tuesday for bridge-building talks with the island's nemesis, the Chinese Communist Party, two months after China passed a law mandating war against the island. Soong, chairman of the People First Party (PFP) that is struggling for survival after a dismal showing in parliamentary polls last December, follows Lien Chan, who last month became the first Kuomintang (KMT) leader to set foot on the mainland since the end of the civil war in 1949. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin 
CHINA
RTRAOK4 
May 10, 2005 
James Soong (L), chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party meets Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at a Beijing... 
Beijing, China 
Chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party Soong meets Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing Hotel.... 
James Soong (L), chairman of Taiwan's opposition People First Party meets Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at a Beijing Hotel May 10, 2005. Soong arrived in Beijing on Tuesday for bridge-building talks with the island's nemesis, the Chinese Communist Party, two months after China passed a law mandating war against the island. Soong, chairman of the People First Party (PFP) that is struggling for survival after a dismal showing in parliamentary polls last December, follows Lien Chan, who last month became the first Kuomintang (KMT) leader to set foot on the mainland since the end of the civil war in 1949. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin ALF/VP 
CHINA TAIWAN
RTR9HY2 
April 28, 2005 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan toasts Beijing Mayor Liu Qi (R) during a luncheon at Beijing Hotel... 
Beijing, United Kingdom 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan toasts Beijing Mayor Liu Qi during a luncheon at Beijing Hotel. 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan toasts Beijing Mayor Liu Qi (R) during a luncheon at Beijing Hotel April 28, 2005. Lien, chairman of the KMT, or Nationalist Party, flew to Beijing on Thursday to a red-carpet welcome and bouquet-waving children chanting "Welcome, welcome. (Wish you a) warm welcome". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV/Pool CC/YH 
CHINA TAIWAN
RTR9HWL 
April 28, 2005 
Beijing Mayor Liu Qi presents a "Nine Dragon Wall" souvenir to Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan at... 
Beijing, United Kingdom 
Beijing Mayor Liu Qi presents a "Nine Dragon Wall" souvenir to Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan at... 
Beijing Mayor Liu Qi presents a "Nine Dragon Wall" souvenir to Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan at Beijing Hotel. Beijing Mayor Liu Qi (R) presents a "Nine Dragon Wall" souvenir to Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan at Beijing Hotel April 28, 2005. Lien, chairman of the KMT, or Nationalist Party, flew to Beijing on Thursday to a red-carpet welcome and bouquet-waving children chanting "Welcome, welcome. (Wish you a) warm welcome". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV/Pool 
CHINA TAIWAN
RTR9HVW 
April 28, 2005 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan (L) meets Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing Hotel April 28, 2005. Lien,... 
Beijing, United Kingdom 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan meets Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing Hotel. 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan (L) meets Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing Hotel April 28, 2005. Lien, chairman of the KMT, or Nationalist Party, flew to Beijing on Thursday to a red-carpet welcome and bouquet-waving children chanting "Welcome, welcome. (Wish you a) warm welcome". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV/Pool CC/YH 
CHINA TAIWAN
RTR9HVN 
April 28, 2005 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan (L) meets Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing Hotel April 28, 2005. Lien,... 
Beijing, United Kingdom 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan meets Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing Hotel. 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan (L) meets Beijing Mayor Liu Qi at Beijing Hotel April 28, 2005. Lien, chairman of the KMT, or Nationalist Party, flew to Beijing on Thursday to a red-carpet welcome and bouquet-waving children chanting "Welcome, welcome. (Wish you a) warm welcome". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV/Pool CC/YH 
CHINA TAIWAN
RTR9HSM 
April 28, 2005 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan (C) is greeted by Beijing Mayor Liu Qi (L) during a meeting in Beijing... 
Beijing, United Kingdom 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan is greeted by Beijing Mayor Liu Qi during a meeting in Beijing Hotel.... 
Taiwan opposition leader Lien Chan (C) is greeted by Beijing Mayor Liu Qi (L) during a meeting in Beijing Hotel April 28, 2005. At the right is Lien's wife. Lien, chairman of the KMT, or Nationalist Party, flew to Beijing on Thursday to a red-carpet welcome on the tarmac and bouquet-waving children chanting 'Welcome, welcome. (Wish you a) warm welcome'. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV/Pool CC/YH 
CHINA GERMANY
RTRHI9R 
December 06, 2004 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C), with Communist Party Secretary Liu Qi (L) and Beijing Mayor... 
Beijing, China 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder shovels soil during the DaimlerChrysler plant cornerstone ceremony.... 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C), with Communist Party Secretary Liu Qi (L) and Beijing Mayor Wang Qishan (R), shovels soil during the plant cornerstone ceremony of the Beijing Benz-DaimlerChrysler Automotive Co. Ltd. December 6, 2004. Schroeder arrived in Beijing on Monday for a three-day trip likely to focus on expanding trade ties and the European Union ban on arms sales to China. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/tw 
SPORTS CHINA OLYMPICS
RTRYP53 
October 28, 2004 
Hein Verbruggen, chairman of the IOC coordination commission, greets Liu Qi, president of the Beijing... 
Beijing, China 
Hein Verbruggen, chairman of the IOC coordination commission, greets Liu Qi, president of the Beijing... 
Hein Verbruggen, chairman of the IOC coordination commission, greets Liu Qi, president of the Beijing Organizing Committee, in Beijing. Chairman of the IOC coordination commission Hein Verbruggen (L) greets president of the Beijing Organising Committee Liu Qi at the start of the "3rd Meeting of the IOC Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad" in Beijing October 28, 2004. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has urged Beijing to ensure the city is ready to host the 2008 Games well in advance, an official said. IOC officials are in Beijing for a string of meetings with the Beijing Organising Committee and to take stock of China's preparations. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV 
CHINA
RTRODIP 
September 01, 2003 
Liu Qi, president of the Beijing Olympics organising committee, (L) and
Jacques Rogge, International... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
IOC PRESIDENT ROGGE AND PRESIDENT OF THE BEIJING OLYMPICS ORGANISING
COMMITTEE. 
Liu Qi, president of the Beijing Olympics organising committee, (L) and
Jacques Rogge, International Olympic Committee President, use giant
golden keys to symbolically "open the gates to the most important
market in the world," at a ceremony in Beijing September 1, 2003. Liu
and Rogge launched the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games marketing plan. Major
sponsors are expected to bid aggressively for the rights as China's is
potentially one of the world's biggest market for anything from mobile
phones to cars. REUTERS/Ng Han Guan/Pool

CP 
CHINA OLYMPICS
RTRN47R 
August 03, 2003 
Hein Verbruggen, Chairman of the Coordination Commission at the
International Olympic Committee for... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
OFFICIALS RAISE THEIR ARMS AFTER UNVEILING OLYMPICS EMBLEM IN BEIJING. 
Hein Verbruggen, Chairman of the Coordination Commission at the
International Olympic Committee for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, (L),
congratulates Chinese National People's Congress Chairman Wu Bangguo,
as Beijing Olympic Games chief Liu Qi applauds in front of the official
emblem for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, at the Temple of Heaven in
Beijing August 3, 2003. The celebration gala was hosted by the Beijing
organising committee to unveil the official emblem of the 2008 Olympic
Games in China's capital. REUTERS/Greg Baker/Pool

TW 
CHINA OLYMPICS
RTRN478 
August 03, 2003 
Hein Verbruggen, Chairman of the Coordination Commission at the
International Olympic Committee for... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
OFFICIALS RAISE THEIR ARMS AFTER UNVEILING OLYMPICS EMBLEM IN BEIJING. 
Hein Verbruggen, Chairman of the Coordination Commission at the
International Olympic Committee for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, (L),
Chinese National People's Congress Chairman Wu Bangguo, (C) and Beijing
Olympic Games chief Liu Qi raise their arms after unveiling the
official emblem for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, at the Temple of
Heaven in Beijing Sunday August 3, 2003. The celebration gala was
hosted by the Beijing organising committee to unveil the official
emblem of the 2008 Olympic Games in China's capital. REUTERS/Greg
Baker/Pool

TW 
CHINA OLYMPICS
RTRN46P 
August 03, 2003 
Hein Verbruggen, Chairman of the Coordination Commission at the
International Olympic Committee for... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
UNVEILING OF THE 2008 OLYMPIC GAMES EMBLEM IN BEIJING. 
Hein Verbruggen, Chairman of the Coordination Commission at the
International Olympic Committee for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, (L),
Chinese National People's Congress Chairman Wu Bangguo, (C) and Beijing
Olympic Games Chief Liu Qi unveil the official emblem for the 2008
Beijing Olympic Games, at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing Sunday August
3, 2003. The celebration gala was hosted by the Beijing organising
committee to unveil the official emblem of the 2008 Olympic Games in
China's capital. REUTERS/Pool

TW 
SPORT SOCCER BRAZIL
RTR122X3 
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 
CHINA CONGRESS
RTRDMU2 
November 10, 2002 
Beijing mayor and party secretary Liu Qi (C) hosts a meeting for the
capital city's delegates with deputy... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
BEIJING MAYOR LIU ATTENDS MEETING DURING 16TH PARTY CONGRESS IN
BEIJING. 
Beijing mayor and party secretary Liu Qi (C) hosts a meeting for the
capital city's delegates with deputy secretary Yu Junbo (R) and
Beijing's Chinese People's Political Consulative Conference president
Chen Guangwen at the Great Hall of the People during the 16th Chinese
Communist Party Congress in Beijing November 10, 2002. China's
Communist party elite continued secretive talks on Sunday about a new
generation of leaders to be formally elected this week when President
Jiang Zemin and other party chieftains retire. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/JD 
CHINA CONGRESS
RTRDMTH 
November 10, 2002 
Beijing mayor and party secretary Liu Qi hosts a meeting for Beijing
delegates at the Great Hall of... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
BEIJING MAYOR LIU ATTENDS MEETING DURING 16TH PARTY CONGRESS IN
BEIJING. 
Beijing mayor and party secretary Liu Qi hosts a meeting for Beijing
delegates at the Great Hall of the People during the 16th Chinese
Communist Party Congress in Beijing November 10, 2002. China's
Communist party elite continued secretive talks on Sunday about a new
generation of leaders to be formally elected this week when President
Jiang Zemin and other party chieftains retire. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/JD 
CHINA
RTR6HJP 
June 17, 2002 
A Chinese man sitting near the Lanjisu Cyber Cafe, where 24 people were
killed and 13 injured when a... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
A CHINESE MAN READS A LOCAL NEWSPAPER SHOWING POLICE CLOSING THE CITY'S
INTERNET CAFES IN BEIJING. 
A Chinese man sitting near the Lanjisu Cyber Cafe, where 24 people were
killed and 13 injured when a fire swept through it on Sunday morning,
reads a local newspaper showing police closing the city's Internet
cafes in Beijing June 17, 2002. The blaze drew a swift response from
government leaders - Mayor Liu Qi ordered the immediate closure of all
Internet cafes in the city and fire inspections for all buildings over
the next three months. REUTERS/Guang Niu

GN/DL 
CHINA
RTR6HI9 
June 17, 2002 
Employees check and repair equipment at a closed Internet cafe in
Beijing June 17 2002. Mayor Liu Qi... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
EMPLOYEES CHECK AND REPAIR EQUIPMENT AT CLOSED INTERNET CAFE IN
BEIJING. 
Employees check and repair equipment at a closed Internet cafe in
Beijing June 17 2002. Mayor Liu Qi ordered the immediate closure of all
Internet Cafes in the city and fire inspections for all buildings over
the next three months, after an early morning blaze on Sunday at an
illegal Internet Cafe killed 24 people and injured 13. Reuters/Str

LLW/JS 
CHINA
RTR6HI1 
June 17, 2002 
A Chinese policeman inspects a closed Internet cafe in Beijing June 17,
2002. Mayor Liu Qi ordered the... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
A CHINESE POLICEMAN INSPECTS A CLOSED INTERNET CAFE IN BEIJING. 
A Chinese policeman inspects a closed Internet cafe in Beijing June 17,
2002. Mayor Liu Qi ordered the immediate closure of all Internet Cafes
in the city and fire inspections for all buildings over the next three
months, after an early morning blaze on Sunday at an illegal Internet
Cafe killed 24 people and injured 13. The board reads "Closed
temporarily due to orders handed down from above, will reopen subject
to further notice". Reuters/Str

LLW/JS 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRVZWW 
May 30, 2002 
Visiting Biejing Mayor Liu Qi (rear L) and other Chinese officials pose
with China's national soccer... 
Sogwipo, Korea - Republic of 
VISITING CHINESE OFFICIALS POSE WITH NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM MEMBERS IN
SOGWIPO. 
Visiting Biejing Mayor Liu Qi (rear L) and other Chinese officials pose
with China's national soccer team members, including midfielder Li Tie
(front 2nd L), coach Bora Milutinovic (2nd row C), defender Yang Pu
(fron R) and midfielder Shao Jiayi (rear R), before a training session
in Sogwipo on South Korea's Cheju Island May 30, 2002. The Chinese
officials visited the training ground on Thursday to show their
support. China is drawn in group C with Brazil, Costa Rica and Turkey
in the first round of the World Cup Finals. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

ASW/JD 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRVZW2 
May 30, 2002 
CHINA'S NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM COACH BORA MILUTINOVIC STANDS IN THE RAIN
DURING TRAINING ON CHEJU ISLAND.


China's... 
Sogwipo, Korea - Republic of 
CHINA'S NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM COACH BORA MILUTINOVIC STANDS IN THE RAIN
DURING TRAINING ON CHEJU ... 
CHINA'S NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM COACH BORA MILUTINOVIC STANDS IN THE RAIN
DURING TRAINING ON CHEJU ISLAND.


China's national soccer team coach Bora Milutinovic (R) poses with
visiting Mayor of Beijing, Liu Qi, before a training session in Sogwipo
on South Korea's Cheju Island May 30, 2002. Mayor Liu Qi and other
Chinese officials visited the training ground on Thursday to show their
support. REUTERS/Andrew Wong 
CHINA
RTR5KAN 
May 24, 2002 
A Chinese man looks at a stall selling bags in front of his home in
Beijing May 24, 2002. China's capital... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
A CHINESE MAN LOOKS AT A BAG STALL IN FRONT OF HIS HOME IN BEIJING. 
A Chinese man looks at a stall selling bags in front of his home in
Beijing May 24, 2002. China's capital is emphasising greater importance
in improving the investment environment in a bid to attract more
foreign investors, said Beijing Mayor Liu Qi on May 23. The local
government would take various measures to serve foreign businesses more
efficiently and further improve living and working conditions.
REUTERS/Guang Niu

GN/JS 
CHINA
RTR54ZM 
May 14, 2002 
Beijing residents ride past the corner of a traditional alleyway, or hutong, in central Beijing May 14,... 
Beijing, China 
BEIJING RESIDENTS RIDE PAST THE CORNER OF A TRADITIONAL ALLEYWAY IN CENTRAL BEIJING. 
Beijing residents ride past the corner of a traditional alleyway, or hutong, in central Beijing May 14, 2002. The Chinese capital will speed up urban construction and economic development to improve the citizens' living standards before the city hosts the 2008 Olympic Games, according to Beijing Mayor Liu Qi. But in the process it is destroying old neighbourhoods like this one that some say give the city character. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP 
CHINA
RTR53WL 
May 14, 2002 
Beijing residents ride past the corner of a traditional alleyway, or
hutong, in central Beijing May... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
BEIJING RESIDENTS RIDE PAST THE CORNER OF A TRADITIONAL ALLEYWAY IN
CENTRAL BEIJING. 
Beijing residents ride past the corner of a traditional alleyway, or
hutong, in central Beijing May 14, 2002. The Chinese capital will speed
up urban construction and economic development to improve the citizens'
living standards before the city hosts the 2008 Olympic Games,
according to Beijing Mayor Liu Qi. But in the process it is destroying
old neighbourhoods like this one that some say give the city character.
REUTERS/Guang Niu

GN/CP 
CHINA
RTRS5XP 
January 30, 2002 
A Chinese cyclist is framed by Olympic rings adorning a railing,
erected years ago during Beijing's... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
A CHINESE CYCLIST IS FRAMED BY THE OLYMPIC RINGS IN BEIJING. 
A Chinese cyclist is framed by Olympic rings adorning a railing,
erected years ago during Beijing's bid for the 2008 games, in an
alleyway in the capital January 30, 2002. The Olympics will bring vast
amounts of investment and boost tourism for the capital city, according
to Beijing mayor Liu Qi. Total investments for fixed assets is expected
to amount to $20 billion this year alone, he said. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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CHINA
RTRS5WT 
January 30, 2002 
Migrant workers take a break next to the shadow of the Olympic rings in
central Beijing January 30,... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
MIGRANT WORKERS SIT NEXT TO THE SHADOW OF THE OLYMPIC RINGS IN BEIJING. 
Migrant workers take a break next to the shadow of the Olympic rings in
central Beijing January 30, 2002. The 2008 Olympics will bring vast
levels of investment and boost tourism for the capital city, according
to Beijing mayor Liu Qi. Total investments for fixed assets is expected
to amount to $20 billion this year alone, he said. REUTERS/Guang Niu

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CHINA
RTRWGN 
January 29, 2002 
A Chinese butcher sleeps above a chicken cage at an outdoor market in
Beijing January 29, 2002. The... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
A CHINESE BUTCHER SLEEPS ABOVE A CHICKEN CAGE IN BEIJING. 
A Chinese butcher sleeps above a chicken cage at an outdoor market in
Beijing January 29, 2002. The per capita disposable income of Beijing
citizens for urban residents reached $1,395, a rise of 8.5 per cent
year-on-year, according to city mayor Liu Qi. The per capita disposable
income for farmers amounted to $614, an increase of 8.9 per cent.
REUTERS/Guang Niu

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CHINA
RTROT4M 
October 30, 2001 
A Chinese woman walks through an old "hutong" or alleyway in central Beijing
October 30, 2001. The Chinese... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
A CHINESE WOMAN WALKS THROUGH AN OLD ALLEY IN BEIJING. 
A Chinese woman walks through an old "hutong" or alleyway in central Beijing
October 30, 2001. The Chinese capital will speed up urban construction and
economic development to improve the citizens' living standards as the city
will host the 2008 Olympic Games, according to Beijing Mayor Liu Qi.
REUTERS/Guang Niu

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CHINA
RTR14IDH 
August 27, 2001 
CHINA'S SPORT DIRECTOR YUAN WEIMIN GREETS INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC
COMMITTEE PRESIDENT JACQUES ROGGE IN... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINA'S SPORT DIRECTOR YUAN WEIMIN GREETS INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC
COMMITTEE PRESIDENT JACQUES ROGGE IN... 
CHINA'S SPORT DIRECTOR YUAN WEIMIN GREETS INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC
COMMITTEE PRESIDENT JACQUES ROGGE IN BEIJING.


International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Jacques Rogge (L) is
greeted by Chinese State General Administration of Sport director Yuan
Weimin (R) at Capital International Airport in Beijing August 27, 2001,
while Beijing mayor Liu Qi looks on. Rogge, who arrived for a two-day
visit coinciding with the University Games, will meet with Chinese
Olympic Committee officials and view sports facilities in Beijing. 
CHINA
RTR14IDG 
August 27, 2001 
Beijing mayor Liu Qi (C) escorts International Olympic Committee (IOC)
president Jacques Rogge (R) through... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
BEIJING MAYOR LIU QI GREETS INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE PRESIDENT
JACQUES ROGGE IN BEIJING. 
Beijing mayor Liu Qi (C) escorts International Olympic Committee (IOC)
president Jacques Rogge (R) through Capital International Airport in
Beijing Agust 27, 2001, while Chinese Olympic Committee Secretary
General Tu Mingde (L) looks on. Rogge, who arrived for a two-day visit
coinciding with the University Games, will meet with Chinese Olympic
Committee officials and view sports facilities in Beijing.

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OLYMPICS
RTXKMOR 
July 13, 2001 
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing (C), Beijing mayor Liu Qi (R) and the Head of Chinese Olympic Committee... 
Moscow, Russia 
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing (C), Beijing mayor Liu Qi (R) and the Head of Chinese Olympic Commit..... 
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing (C), Beijing mayor Liu Qi (R) and the Head of Chinese Olympic Committee Yuan Weimin wave to journalists after the presentation of the Candidate Cities for the 2008 Olympic Games in Moscow July 13, 2001. Beijing is one of five cities bidding for the right to host 2008 Summer Games. 
LIU
RTXKMOP 
July 13, 2001 
Beijing mayor Liu Qi raises his fist after the presentation of the Candidate Cities for the 2008 Olympic... 
Moscow, Russia 
Beijing mayor Liu Qi raises his fist after the presentation of the Candidate Cities for the 2008 Oly..... 
Beijing mayor Liu Qi raises his fist after the presentation of the Candidate Cities for the 2008 Olympic Games in Moscow July 13, 2001. Beijing is one of five cities bidding for the right to host 2008 Summer Games. 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR14AZ3 
July 13, 2001 
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing (C), Beijing mayor Liu Qi (R) and the
Head of Chinese Olympic Committee... 
Moscow, Russia 
CHINESE VICE-PREMIER LANQING WAVES AFTER IOC SESSION IN MOSCOW. 
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing (C), Beijing mayor Liu Qi (R) and the
Head of Chinese Olympic Committee Yuan Weimin wave to journalists after
the presentation of the Candidate Cities for the 2008 Olympic Games in
Moscow July 13, 2001. Beijing is one of five cities bidding for the
right to host 2008 Summer Games.

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR14AZ2 
July 13, 2001 
Beijing mayor Liu Qi raises his fist after the presentation of the
Candidate Cities for the 2008 Olympic... 
Moscow, Russia 
BEIJING MAYOR RAISES HIS FIST AFTER THE IOC SESSION IN MOSCOW. 
Beijing mayor Liu Qi raises his fist after the presentation of the
Candidate Cities for the 2008 Olympic Games in Moscow July 13, 2001.
Beijing is one of five cities bidding for the right to host 2008 Summer
Games.

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SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR14AYR 
July 13, 2001 
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing (R) and Beijing mayor Liu Qi wave to
journalists before the presentation... 
Moscow, Russia 
CHINESE VICE-PREMIER LANQING AND BEIJING MAYOR QI WAVE TO JOURNALISTS
BEFORE IOC SESSION IN MOSCOW. 
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing (R) and Beijing mayor Liu Qi wave to
journalists before the presentation of the Candidate Cities for the
2008 Olympic Games in Moscow July 13, 2001. Beijing is one of five
cities bidding for the right to host 2008 Summer Games.

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OLYMPICS CHINA
RTR137KO 
February 20, 2001 
Dutchman Hein Verbruggen (R), chairman of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) evaluation team,... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
IOC EVALUATION TEAM CHAIRMAN HEIN VERBRUGGEN CHATS WITH BEIJING MAYOR LIU QI. 
Dutchman Hein Verbruggen (R), chairman of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) evaluation team, chats with Beijing Mayor Liu Qi (2nd-L) before getting into his limousine upon his arrival at Beijing's international airport February 20, 2001. Beijing is competing with Paris, Toronto, Osaka and Istanbul to host the 2008 Games. The IOC team will inspect the Chinese capital from Wednesday to Saturday.

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OLYMPICS CHINA
RTR137KH 
February 20, 2001 
Dutchman Hein Verbruggen (L), chairman of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) evaluation team,... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
IOC EVALUATION TEAM CHAIRMAN HEIN VERBRUGGEN MEETS BEIJING MAYOR LIU QI. 
Dutchman Hein Verbruggen (L), chairman of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) evaluation team, listens to the introduction by Beijing Mayor Liu Qi (R) upon his arrival at Beijing's international airport February 20, 2001. Beijing is competing with Paris, Toronto, Osaka and Istanbul to host the 2008 Games. The IOC team will inspect the Chinese capital from Wednesday to Saturday.

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CHINA
RTRDWBH 
February 05, 2001 
A Chinese woman sweeps a street behind a sculpture in Beijing February 5, 2001. The Chinese capital will... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
A CHINESE WOMAN SWEEPS A STREET BEHIND A SCULPTURE IN BEIJING. 
A Chinese woman sweeps a street behind a sculpture in Beijing February 5, 2001. The Chinese capital will spent $5 billion in the next five year to improve its environment according to the mayor of Beijing Liu Qi, who is leading the city's bid to host the 2008 Olympic Game. The focus will be on air pollution, reducing coal consumption, applying stringent auto emission rules, and increasing green space.

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CHINA
RTRMNB8 
March 09, 1999 
Eckhard Pfeiffer (L), CEO and President of Compaq Computer Corporation meets with Liu Qi, the Mayor of... 
Beijing, East Timor 
COMPAQ CEO PFEIFFER MEETS WITH BEIJINH MAYOR LIU QI. 
Eckhard Pfeiffer (L), CEO and President of Compaq Computer Corporation meets with Liu Qi, the Mayor of Beijing at Beijing's City Hall March 9. Compaq is opening Internet centers throught China, and Pfeiffer is on a five-day trip to the country.

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