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CHINA/
RTR1SIW0
August 05, 2007
People take photos on the Lupu Bridge during an activity to mark 1000-day countdown for World Expo 2010,...
Shanghai, China
People take photos on the Lupu Bridge during an activity to mark 1000-day countdown for World Expo 2010,...
People take photos on the Lupu Bridge during an activity to mark 1000-day countdown for World Expo 2010, in Shanghai August 5, 2007. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1SIVY
August 05, 2007
A man stands on the Lupu Bridge during an activity to mark 1000-day countdown for World Expo 2010, in...
Shanghai, China
A man stands on the Lupu Bridge during an activity to mark 1000-day countdown for World Expo 2010, in...
A man stands on the Lupu Bridge during an activity to mark 1000-day countdown for World Expo 2010, in Shanghai August 5, 2007. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA
RTR1EQHF
June 22, 2006
A lightning bolt illuminates the sky above Lupu Bridge during an electrical storm in Shanghai June 22,...
Shanghai, China
A lightning bolt illuminates the sky above Lupu Bridge during an electrical storm in Shanghai
A lightning bolt illuminates the sky above Lupu Bridge during an electrical storm in Shanghai June 22, 2006. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA
RTR1D9UJ
May 11, 2006
A security personnel stands on the Lupu Bridge above the Huangpu River in Shanghai May 11, 2006. China's...
Shanghai, China
A security personnel stands on the Lupu Bridge above the Huangpu River in Shanghai
A security personnel stands on the Lupu Bridge above the Huangpu River in Shanghai May 11, 2006. China's gross domestic product (GDP) growth is set to slow slightly in the second quarter to 9.8 percent from a year ago, against 10.2 percent in the first quarter, a top Chinese think-tank forecast on Tuesday. REUTERS/Aly Song
CHINA
RTXM2O0
June 28, 2003
Vehicles pass along the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China...
Shanghai, China
Vehicles pass along the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River in Shanghai June 28, 2003. Chi.....
Vehicles pass along the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it says is the world's longest steel-arch bridge at a ceremony in the commercial capital Shanghai on Saturday. The bridge whose 550-metre (1,800-ft) arch is longer than the previous record holder, the 518-metre long New River Gorge Bridge in the U.S. state of West Virginia, state media said. The 2.5 billion yuan ($302 million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge was inaugurated by [Chinese basketball player Yao Ming, who led about 1,000 people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.]
CHINA
RTXM2NZ
June 28, 2003
Boats pass under the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened...
Shanghai, China
Boats pass under the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China .....
Boats pass under the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it says is the world's longest steel-arch bridge during a ceremony in the commercial capital Shanghai on Saturday. The bridge whose 550-metre (1,800-ft) arch is longer than the previous record holder, the 518-metre long New River Gorge Bridge in the U.S. state of West Virginia, state media said. The 2.5 billion yuan ($302 million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge was inaugurated by [Chinese basketball player Yao Ming, who led about 1,000 people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.]
CHINA
RTXM2NY
June 28, 2003
Balloons fly during the opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it says is...
Shanghai, China
Balloons fly during the opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it says .....
Balloons fly during the opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it says is the world's longest steel-arched bridge during a ceremony in the commercial capital Shanghai on Saturday. The 2.5 billion yuan ($302 million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge, which crosses the Huangpu River, was inaugurated by [Chinese basketball player Yao Ming, who led about 1,000 people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.]
CHINA
RTXM2NX
June 28, 2003
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming leads hundreds of runners during the opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming leads hundreds of runners during the opening of Lupu Bridge in Shan.....
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming leads hundreds of runners during the opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it says is the world's longest steel-arched bridge during a ceremony in the commercial capital Shanghai on Saturday . The 2.5 billion yuan ($302 million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge, which crosses the Huangpu River, was inaugurated by Chinese basketball player Yao Ming, who led about 1,000 people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.
CHINA BRIDGE
RTR156OA
June 28, 2003
Vehicles pass along the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River
in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
VEHICLES PASS BY LUPU BRIDGE ACROSS HUANGPU RIVER IN SHANGHAI.
Vehicles pass along the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River
in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it says is the world's
longest steel-arch bridge at a ceremony in the commercial capital
Shanghai on Saturday. The bridge whose 550-metre (1,800-ft) arch is
longer than the previous record holder, the 518-metre long New River
Gorge Bridge in the U.S. state of West Virginia, state media said. The
2.5 billion yuan ($302 million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge was
inaugurated by Chinese basketball star Yao Ming, who led about 1,000
people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CONSTRUCTION CHINA BRIDGE
RTR1414S
June 28, 2003
Boats pass under the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River in
Shanghai June 28, 2003. China...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
BOATS PASS UNDER LUPU BRIDGE ACROSS HUANGPU RIVER IN SHANGHAI.
Boats pass under the newly opened Lupu Bridge across Huangpu River in
Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it says is the world's
longest steel-arch bridge during a ceremony in the commercial capital
Shanghai on Saturday. The bridge whose 550-metre (1,800-ft) arch is
longer than the previous record holder, the 518-metre long New River
Gorge Bridge in the U.S. state of West Virginia, state media said. The
2.5 billion yuan ($302 million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge was
inaugurated by Chinese basketball star Yao Ming, who led about 1,000
people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/FA
CONSTRUCTION CHINA BRIDGE
RTR1414E
June 28, 2003
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming leads hundreds of runners during the
opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
YAO MING LEADS RUNNERS DURING OPENING OF LUPU BRIDGE IN SHANGHAI.
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming leads hundreds of runners during the
opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it
says is the world's longest steel-arched bridge during a ceremony in
the commercial capital Shanghai on Saturday. The 2.5 billion yuan ($302
million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge, which crosses the Huangpu
River, was inaugurated by Chinese basketball player Yao Ming, who led
about 1,000 people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/CP
CONSTRUCTION CHINA BRIDGE
RTR14148
June 28, 2003
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming walks leisurely before the opening of
Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
YAO MING WALKS BEFORE OPENING OF LUPU BRIDGE IN SHANGHAI.
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming walks leisurely before the opening of
Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it says is the
world's longest steel-arched bridge during a ceremony in the commercial
capital Shanghai on Saturday. The 2.5 billion yuan ($302 million),
3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge, which crosses the Huangpu River, was
inaugurated by Chinese basketball player Yao Ming, who led about 1,000
people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/CP
CONSTRUCTION CHINA BRIDGE
RTR14146
June 28, 2003
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming leads hundreds of runners during the
opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
YAO MING LEADS RUNNERS DURING OPENING OF LUPU BRIDGE IN SHANGHAI.
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming leads hundreds of runners during the
opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it
says is the world's longest steel-arched bridge during a ceremony in
the commercial capital Shanghai on Saturday. The 2.5 billion yuan ($302
million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge, which crosses the Huangpu
River, was inaugurated by Chinese basketball player Yao Ming, who led
about 1,000 people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/CP
CHINA BRIDGE
RTR14144
June 28, 2003
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming leads hundreds of runners during the
opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
YAO MING LEADS RUNNERS DURING OPENING OF LUPU BRIDGE IN SHANGHAI.
Chinese basketball star Yao Ming leads hundreds of runners during the
opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28, 2003. China opened what it
says is the world's longest steel-arched bridge during a ceremony in
the commercial capital Shanghai on Saturday. The 2.5 billion yuan ($302
million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu Bridge, which crosses the Huangpu
River, was inaugurated by Chinese basketball player Yao Ming, who led
about 1,000 people in a fun run across the structure to mark the event.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/CP
CHINA BRIDGE
RTRPVTY
June 28, 2003
Balloons fly during the opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28,
2003. China opened what it says...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
BALLOONS ARE RELEASED DURING OPENING OF LUPU BRIDGE IN SHANGHAI.
Balloons fly during the opening of Lupu Bridge in Shanghai June 28,
2003. China opened what it says is the world's longest steel-arched
bridge during a ceremony in the commercial capital Shanghai on
Saturday. The 2.5 billion yuan ($302 million), 3.9-km (2.4-mile) Lupu
Bridge, which crosses the Huangpu River, was inaugurated by Chinese
basketball player Yao Ming, who led about 1,000 people in a fun run
across the structure to mark the event. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/CP
CHINA
RTXM2GH
June 27, 2003
A journalist walks on Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press preview on the eve of its opening June 27,...
Shanghai, China
A journalist walks on Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press preview on the eve of its opening June .....
A journalist walks on Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press preview on the eve of its opening June 27, 2003. The 2.2 billion yuan ($266 million) Lupu Bridge project will open on June 28 and will become the world's longest steel arch bridge with a span of 550 metres (0.35 miles), [surpassing the 518-metre long New River Gorge Bridge bridge in the U.S. state of West Virginia.]
CHINA
RTXM2GG
June 27, 2003
Workers put finishing touches to Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press preview on the eve of its opening...
Shanghai, China
Workers put finishing touches to Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press preview on the eve of its op.....
Workers put finishing touches to Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press preview on the eve of its opening June 27, 2003. The 2.2 billion yuan ($266 million) Lupu Bridge project will open on June 28 and will become the world's longest steel arch bridge with a span of 550 metres (0.35 miles), [surpassing the 518-metre long New River Gorge Bridge bridge in the U.S. state of West Virginia.]
CHINA
RTRPUUJ
June 27, 2003
Workers put finishing touches to Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press
preview on the eve of its opening...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
WORKERS PUT FINISHING TOUCHES AT LUPU BRIDGE IN SHANGHAI.
Workers put finishing touches to Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press
preview on the eve of its opening June 27, 2003. The 2.2 billion yuan
($266 million) Lupu Bridge project will open on June 28 and will become
the world's longest steel arch bridge with a span of 550 metres (0.35
miles), surpassing the 518-metre long New River Gorge Bridge bridge in
the U.S. state of West Virginia. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/FA
CHINA
RTRPUUA
June 27, 2003
A journalist walks on Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press preview on
the eve of its opening June...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
JOURNALIST WALKS ON LUPU BRIDGE IN SHANGHAI.
A journalist walks on Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press preview on
the eve of its opening June 27, 2003. The 2.2 billion yuan ($266
million) Lupu Bridge project will open on June 28 and will become the
world's longest steel arch bridge with a span of 550 metres (0.35
miles), surpassing the 518-metre long New River Gorge Bridge bridge in
the U.S. state of West Virginia. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/FA
CHINA
RTRPUTR
June 27, 2003
Workers put finishing touches to Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press
preview on the eve of its opening...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
WORKERS DO FINISHING TOUCHES AT LUPU BRIDGE IN SHANGHAI.
Workers put finishing touches to Lupu Bridge in Shanghai during a press
preview on the eve of its opening June 27, 2003. The 2.2 billion yuan
($266 million) Lupu Bridge project will open on June 28 and will become
the world's longest steel arch bridge with a span of 550 metres (0.35
miles), surpassing the 518-metre long New River Gorge Bridge bridge in
the U.S. state of West Virginia. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA
RTXLL0S
October 09, 2002
Boats pass by the still under-construction Lupu Bridge along Huangpu River in Shanghai October 9, 2002....
Shanghai, China
Boats pass by the still under-construction Lupu Bridge along Huangpu River in Shanghai October 9, 20.....
Boats pass by the still under-construction Lupu Bridge along Huangpu River in Shanghai October 9, 2002. The last structural section was attached on Monday to the gigantic arch recently of what will become the world's longest bridge of its kind. The 2.2 billion yuan ($265 million) project when finished in the first half of 2003 will be the longest arch bridge in the world with a span of 550 metres, [surpassing the 518-metre-span arch bridge in the U.S. state of West Virginia.]
CHINA
RTR1HHEL
October 09, 2002
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Boats pass by the still under-construction Lupu Bridge along Huangpu River in...
Shanghai, China
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Boats pass by the still under-construction Lupu Bridge along Huangpu River in...
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Boats pass by the still under-construction Lupu Bridge along Huangpu River in Shanghai October 9, 2002. The last structural section was attached to the gigantic arch recently of what will become the world's longest brige of its kind. The 2.2 billion yuan (US$265 million) project when finish in the first half of 2003 will be the longest arch bridge in the world with a span of 550 meters, surpassing the 518-meter-span arch bridge in the U.S. state of West Virginia. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV
CHINA
RTRBTTN
October 09, 2002
Boats pass by the still under-construction Lupu Bridge along Huangpu River in Shanghai October 9, 2002....
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
BOATS PASS BY THE UNDER-CONSTRUCTION LUPU BRIDGE IN SHANGHAI.
Boats pass by the still under-construction Lupu Bridge along Huangpu River in Shanghai October 9, 2002. The last structural section was attached on Monday to the gigantic arch recently of what will become the world's longest bridge of its kind. The 2.2 billion yuan ($265 million) project when finished in the first half of 2003 will be the longest arch bridge in the world with a span of 550 metres, surpassing the 518-metre-span arch bridge in the U.S. state of West Virginia. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV
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