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June 03, 2021 
Wang Tianchang, 78, waters a tree planted on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Wuwei, Gansu... 
WUWEI, China 
Pictures of the Year 
Wang Tianchang, 78, waters a tree planted on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Wuwei, Gansu province, China, April 15, 2021. The Wangs have been fighting desertification since they settled on barren land near the village of Hongshui in Wuwei, a city in Gansu close to the border with Inner Mongolia, in 1980. A local institution in northwest China's Gansu province, Wang and his family lead busloads of young volunteers from the provincial capital of Lanzhou into the desert each year to plant and irrigate new trees and bushes. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins/File Photo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "GLOBAL POY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2021 PACKAGES. 
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April 15, 2021 
Wang Tianchang, 78, waters a tree planted on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Wuwei, Gansu... 
WUWEI, China 
The Wider Image: The Great Green Wall: China's farmers push back the desert one tree at a time 
Wang Tianchang, 78, waters a tree planted on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Wuwei, Gansu province, China, April 15, 2021. The Wangs have been fighting desertification since they settled on barren land near the village of Hongshui in Wuwei, a city in Gansu close to the border with Inner Mongolia, in 1980. A local institution in northwest China's Gansu province, Wang and his family lead busloads of young volunteers from the provincial capital of Lanzhou into the desert each year to plant and irrigate new trees and bushes. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SAND RAWLINS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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March 07, 2014 
Zhang Haijing, 41, and her daughter Zhu Nuo, 11, pose for a photograph outside their apartment building... 
Lanzhou, China 
Zhang Haijing and her daughter Zhu Nuo pose for a photograph outside their apartment building in Lanzhou,... 
Zhang Haijing, 41, and her daughter Zhu Nuo, 11, pose for a photograph outside their apartment building in Lanzhou, Gansu province February 5, 2014. Zhang Haijing finished her education at age 23 and is a mid-level manager for Xinhua Bookstore Group. When she was a child, she wanted to become a pre-school teacher. Zhang Haijing says she wants her daughter Zhu Nuo to have a stable job, but does not mind what she does so long as she is happy. Zhu Nuo says she wants to get a doctoral degree and become a professor. On March 8 activists around the globe celebrate International Women's Day, which dates back to the beginning of the 20th century and has been observed by the United Nations since 1975. The UN writes that it is an occasion to commemorate achievements in women's rights and to call for further change. Picture taken February 5, 2014. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)

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January 31, 2014 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at a temple... 
Lanzhou, China 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at a temple... 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at a temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, January 31, 2014. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the Chinese New Year, which welcomes the year of the horse, falls on January 31. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
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September 22, 2013 
A worker inspects solar panels at a solar farm in Dunhuang, 950km (590 miles) northwest of Lanzhou, Gansu... 
Lanzhou, China 
A worker inspects solar panels at a solar farm in Dunhuang, 950km northwest of Lanzhou, Gansu Province... 
A worker inspects solar panels at a solar farm in Dunhuang, 950km (590 miles) northwest of Lanzhou, Gansu Province September 16, 2013. China is pumping investment into wind power, which is more cost-competitive than solar energy and partly able to compete with coal and gas. China is the world's biggest producer of CO2 emissions, but is also the world's leading generator of renewable electricity. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight during a working group of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which will meet in Stockholm from September 23-26. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
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February 10, 2013 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan... 
Lanzhou, China 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan... 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, February 10, 2013. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 10, 2013 
People pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou,... 
Lanzhou, China 
People pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou... 
People pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, February 10, 2013. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 10, 2013 
A woman burns incense as she prays for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at... 
Lanzhou, China 
A woman burns incense as she prays for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at... 
A woman burns incense as she prays for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, February 10, 2013. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 10, 2013 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan... 
Lanzhou, China 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan... 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, February 10, 2013. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 10, 2013 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan... 
Lanzhou, China 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan... 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, February 10, 2013. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 10, 2013 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan... 
Lanzhou, China 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan... 
People burn incense to pray for good fortune on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, February 10, 2013. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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January 20, 2012 
People play with snow at a park decorated for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou,... 
Shanghai, China 
People play with snow at a park decorated for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou 
People play with snow at a park decorated for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 20, 2012. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on January 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
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January 20, 2012 
A man walks at a park decorated for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou, Gansu province... 
Shanghai, China 
A man walks at a park decorated for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou 
A man walks at a park decorated for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 20, 2012. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on January 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
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January 20, 2012 
A couple kisses next to a red lantern decoration for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou,... 
Shanghai, China 
A couple kisses next to a red lantern decoration for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou... 
A couple kisses next to a red lantern decoration for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 20, 2012. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on January 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
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January 20, 2012 
A man stands in front of red lantern decorations for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou,... 
Shanghai, China 
A man stands in front of red lantern decorations for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou... 
A man stands in front of red lantern decorations for the upcoming Chinese New Year amid snowfall in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 20, 2012. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on January 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
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January 19, 2012 
A man checks a red lantern as he stands in front of the decorations for the upcoming Chinese New Year... 
Shanghai, China 
A man checks a red lantern as he stands in front of the decorations for the upcoming Chinese New Year... 
A man checks a red lantern as he stands in front of the decorations for the upcoming Chinese New Year in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 19, 2012. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on January 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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January 17, 2012 
A fish vendor waits for customers in front of a pile of garbage at a market in Lanzhou, Gansu province... 
Shanghai, China 
A fish vendor waits for customers in front of a pile of garbage at a market in Lanzhou 
A fish vendor waits for customers in front of a pile of garbage at a market in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 17, 2012.
REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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February 03, 2011 
A worshipper offers incense on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February... 
Shanghai, China 
A worshipper offers incense on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou 
A worshipper offers incense on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February 3, 2011. The Chinese Lunar New Year began on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
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February 03, 2011 
Worshippers light incense on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February... 
Shanghai, China 
Worshippers light incense on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou 
Worshippers light incense on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February 3, 2011. The Chinese Lunar New Year began on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: RELIGION ANNIVERSARY) 
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February 03, 2011 
A worshipper offers a candle on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February... 
Shanghai, China 
A worshipper offers a candle on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou 
A worshipper offers a candle on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February 3, 2011. The Chinese Lunar New Year began on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: RELIGION ANNIVERSARY) 
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February 03, 2011 
A worshipper offers a candle on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February... 
Shanghai, China 
A worshipper offers a candle on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou 
A worshipper offers a candle on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February 3, 2011. The Chinese Lunar New Year began on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
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February 03, 2011 
Worshippers light incense on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February... 
Shanghai, China 
Worshippers light incense on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou 
Worshippers light incense on the first day of Chinese New Year at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou February 3, 2011. The Chinese Lunar New Year began on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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February 14, 2010 
Worshippers pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14,... 
Shanghai, China 
Worshippers pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year 
Worshippers pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14, 2010. The Chinese New Year began on Sunday and according to the Lunar calendar, it is the Year of the Tiger. REUTERS/Aly Song(CHINA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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February 14, 2010 
Monks pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14, 2010.... 
Lanzhou, China 
Monks pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year 
Monks pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14, 2010. The Chinese New Year began on Sunday and according to the Lunar calendar, it is the Year of the Tiger. REUTERS/Aly Song(CHINA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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February 14, 2010 
Worshippers light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February... 
Shanghai, China 
Worshippers light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year 
Worshippers light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14, 2010. The Chinese New Year began on Sunday and according to the Lunar calendar, it is the Year of the Tiger. REUTERS/Aly Song(CHINA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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February 14, 2010 
Worshippers pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14,... 
Shanghai, China 
Worshippers pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year 
Worshippers pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14, 2010. The Chinese New Year began on Sunday and according to the Lunar calendar, it is the Year of the Tiger. REUTERS/Aly Song(CHINA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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February 14, 2010 
Worshippers pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14,... 
Shanghai, China 
Worshippers pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year 
Worshippers pray at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14, 2010. The Chinese New Year began on Sunday and according to the Lunar calendar, it is the Year of the Tiger. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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February 14, 2010 
A girl blows snow at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14,... 
Lanzhou, China 
A girl blows snow at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year 
A girl blows snow at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14, 2010. The Chinese New Year began on Sunday and according to the Lunar calendar it is the Year of the Tiger. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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February 14, 2010 
A worshipper prays with incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year... 
Shanghai, China 
A worshipper prays with incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year... 
A worshipper prays with incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14, 2010. The Chinese New Year began on Sunday and according to the Lunar calendar, it is the Year of the Tiger. REUTERS/Aly Song(CHINA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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February 14, 2010 
Worshippers pray with incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year... 
Shanghai, China 
Worshippers pray with incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year... 
Worshippers pray with incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou on the first day of the Chinese New Year February 14, 2010. The Chinese New Year began on Sunday and according to the Lunar calendar, it is the Year of the Tiger. REUTERS/Aly Song(CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
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January 26, 2009 
People offer incense outside Wuquanshan temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou, Gansu province January... 
Lanzhou, China 
People offer incense outside Wuquanshan temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou 
People offer incense outside Wuquanshan temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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January 26, 2009 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou, Gansu province January... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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January 26, 2009 
People offer incense outside Wuquanshan Temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou, Gansu province January... 
Lanzhou, China 
People offer incense outside Wuquanshan Temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou 
People offer incense outside Wuquanshan Temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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January 26, 2009 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou, Gansu province January... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple during Chinese New Year in Lanzhou, Gansu province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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March 17, 2008 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) hold a candlelight... 
Lanzhou, China 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) hold a candlelight... 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) hold a candlelight vigil in Lanzhou, Gansu province March 16, 2008. Students held a 24 hour hungerstrike and candlelight vigil at the school's football ground. A source told phayul.com that students are under a strict curfew and a search is ongoing to find out the organisers. REUTERS/Phayul.com/Handout (CHINA). FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. 
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March 17, 2008 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) protest in Lanzhou,... 
Lanzhou, China 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) protest in Lanzhou... 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) protest in Lanzhou, Gansu province March 16, 2008. Students held a 24 hour hungerstrike and candlelight vigil at the school's football ground. A source told phayul.com that students are under a strict curfew and a search is ongoing to find out the organisers. REUTERS/Phayul.com/Handout (CHINA). FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. 
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March 17, 2008 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) hold a candlelight... 
Lanzhou, China 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) hold a candlelight... 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) hold a candlelight vigil in Lanzhou, Gansu province March 16, 2008. Students held a 24 hour hungerstrike and candlelight vigil at the school's football ground. A source told phayul.com that students are under a strict curfew and a search is ongoing to find out the organisers. REUTERS/Phayul.com/Handout (CHINA). FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. 
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March 17, 2008 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) protest in Lanzhou,... 
Lanzhou, China 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) protest in Lanzhou... 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) protest in Lanzhou, Gansu province March 16, 2008. Students held a 24 hour hungerstrike and candlelight vigil at the school's football ground. A source told phayul.com that students are under a strict curfew and a search is ongoing to find out the organisers. REUTERS/Phayul.com/Handout (CHINA). FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. 
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March 17, 2008 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) protest in Lanzhou,... 
Lanzhou, China 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) protest in Lanzhou... 
Tibetan students of the North-Western National Minority University (Xibei Minzu Daxue) protest in Lanzhou, Gansu province March 16, 2008. Students held a 24 hour hungerstrike and candlelight vigil at the school's football ground. A source told phayul.com that students are under a strict curfew and a search is ongoing to find out the organisers. REUTERS/Phayul.com/Handout (CHINA). FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. 
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March 09, 2008 
Xinjiang Communist Party boss Wang Leguan (L) listens to Xinjiang Governor Nuer Baikeli during a meeting... 
Beijing, China 
Xinjiang Communist Party boss Wang listens to Xinjiang Governor Baikeli in Beijing 
Xinjiang Communist Party boss Wang Leguan (L) listens to Xinjiang Governor Nuer Baikeli during a meeting at the annual session of China's parliament, the National People's Congress, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 9, 2008. China has foiled an attempt to crash a passenger jet en route to Beijing and the aircraft made a safe emergency landing, state media and an official said on Sunday. The China Southern flight originated from the restive northwestern region of Xinjiang. It landed in the northwestern city from Lanzhou on Friday after the crew discovered and foiled the attempt to "cause an air disaster", Baikeli said. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
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March 09, 2008 
Tea attendants serve Xinjiang Communist Party Secretary Wang Leguan (2nd L) and Xinjiang Governor Nuer... 
Beijing, China 
Tea attendants serve delegates at the NPC in Beijing 
Tea attendants serve Xinjiang Communist Party Secretary Wang Leguan (2nd L) and Xinjiang Governor Nuer Baikeli (R) during a meeting at the annual session of China's parliament, the National People's Congress, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 9, 2008. China has foiled an attempt to crash a passenger jet en route to Beijing and the aircraft made a safe emergency landing, state media and an official said on Sunday. The China Southern flight originated from the restive northwestern region of Xinjiang. It landed in the northwestern city from Lanzhou on Friday after the crew discovered and foiled the attempt to "cause an air disaster", Baikeli said. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
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March 09, 2008 
Xinjiang Communist Party Secretary Wang Leguan (L) and Xinjiang Governor Nuer Baikeli whisper to each... 
Beijing, China 
Delegates attend a meeting at the NPC in Beijing 
Xinjiang Communist Party Secretary Wang Leguan (L) and Xinjiang Governor Nuer Baikeli whisper to each other during a meeting at the annual session of China's parliament, the National People's Congress, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 9, 2008. China has foiled an attempt to crash a passenger jet en route to Beijing and the aircraft made a safe emergency landing, state media and an official said on Sunday. The China Southern flight originated from the restive northwestern region of Xinjiang. It landed in the northwestern city from Lanzhou on Friday after the crew discovered and foiled the attempt to "cause an air disaster", Baikeli said. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
A girl holds a candle in Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
Lanzhou, China 
A girl holds a candle in Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
A girl holds a candle in Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
People light incense in Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light incense in Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
People light incense in Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
People light incense in Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light incense in Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese... 
People light incense in Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese... 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
People light firecrackers at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light firecrackers at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the... 
People light firecrackers at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the first hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
People offer incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese... 
Lanzhou, China 
People offer incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese... 
People offer incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese... 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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February 06, 2008 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese... 
Lanzhou, China 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese... 
People light incense at Wuquanshan temple in Lanzhou, Gansu province, in the early hours of the Chinese new year February 7, 2008. The lunar "Year of the Rat" begins on February 7 in China and will also be celebrated by as many as 35 million overseas Chinese in cities across the globe. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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July 23, 2007 
Chimneys are seen at an oil refinery in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu province, July 23,... 
Lanzhou, China 
Chimneys are seen at an oil refinery in Lanzhou 
Chimneys are seen at an oil refinery in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu province, July 23, 2007. China has stopped the public release of an official study putting a cost to the nation's environmental damage, a government researcher told a Chinese newspaper, blaming official reluctance to confront pollution. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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July 23, 2007 
The moon is seen through exhaust from the chimneys of an oil refinery in Lanzhou, capital of northwest... 
Lanzhou, China 
The moon is seen through exhaust from the chimneys of an oil refinery in Lanzhou 
The moon is seen through exhaust from the chimneys of an oil refinery in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu province July 23,2007. China has stopped the public release of an official study putting a cost to the nation's environmental damage, a government researcher told a Chinese newspaper, blaming official reluctance to confront pollution. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
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April 27, 2007 
Workers walk inside China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou,... 
Lanzhou, China 
Workers walk inside CNPC Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou 
Workers walk inside China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu province April 27, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
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April 27, 2007 
A worker cycles inside China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou,... 
Lanzhou, China 
A worker cycles inside CNPC Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou 
A worker cycles inside China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu province April 27,2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
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April 27, 2007 
A worker checks equipment inside China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Lanzhou Chemical Company... 
Lanzhou, China 
A worker checks equipment inside CNPC Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou 
A worker checks equipment inside China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu province April 27,2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
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April 27, 2007 
A worker walks inside China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou,... 
Lanzhou, China 
A worker walks inside CNPC Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou 
A worker walks inside China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu province April 27,2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
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April 27, 2007 
Employees take part in a rope skipping competition during a midday break outside the China National Petroleum... 
Lanzhou, China 
Employees take part in a rope skipping competition during a midday break in Lanzhou 
Employees take part in a rope skipping competition during a midday break outside the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Lanzhou Chemical Company in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu province April 27, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
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April 27, 2007 
A general view of chemical companies at an industrial park in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu... 
Lanzhou, China 
A general view of chemical companies at an industrial park in Lanzhou 
A general view of chemical companies at an industrial park in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China's Gansu province April 27, 2007. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Friday urged a policy crackdown on energy-gorging industries that belch pollution, saying his coal-dependent nation had to rein in emissions causing global warming. Wen has made a priority of cutting growth in China's consumption of oil, gas and coal, but frantic economic growth stymied energy efficiency goals for last year.
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