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CHINA-DAILYLIFE/
RTSJO3Y
July 26, 2016
A man who fell off a bridge while waiting to watch tidal wave struggles as waves come towards him, on...
Hangzhou, China
A man who fell off a bridge while waiting to watch tidal wave struggles as waves come towards him, on...
A man who fell off a bridge while waiting to watch tidal wave struggles as waves come towards him, on the banks of Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, July 25, 2016. Picture taken July 25, 2016. REUTERS/Chance Chan TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA/
RTR35ZTR
August 03, 2012
Visitors run away as they avoid waves whipped up by winds near Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province...
Hangzhou, China
Visitors run away as they avoid waves whipped up by winds near Qiantang River in Hangzhou
Visitors run away as they avoid waves whipped up by winds near Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 3, 2012. Gales and rainstorms lashed coastal regions in east China when two typhoons made landfall in less than 10 hours from Thursday to Friday morning, forcing over 300,000 people to evacuate, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Lang Lang (CHINA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN-WEATHER/
RTR35WMA
August 02, 2012
Men shelter under umbrellas in the rain during a tide-watching trip to the Qiantang River in Haining,...
Haining, China
Men shelter under umbrellas in the rain during a tide-watching trip to the Qiantang River in Haining,...
Men shelter under umbrellas in the rain during a tide-watching trip to the Qiantang River in Haining, Zhejiang province, August 2, 2012. China's meteorological agency issued typhoon warnings on Thursday for the southern and eastern provinces as Typhoon Saola and Typhoon Damrey approach. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has told authorities to be on the highest alert. REUTERS/Lang Lang (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTR2NCIO
June 06, 2011
A customer pushes a shopping cart carrying his son past half emptied shelves of bottled water, after...
Hangzhou, China
A customer pushes a shopping cart carrying his son past half emptied shelves of bottled water at a supermarket...
A customer pushes a shopping cart carrying his son past half emptied shelves of bottled water, after a local river which is the source of drinking water was polluted by a chemical leakage, at a supermarket in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province June 6, 2011. A tanker travelling along a highway overturned and leaked toxic chemical phenol into the Xin'an River in east China's Zhejiang province late Saturday night, according to local authorities. The river, which feeds into the Fuchun and Qiantang rivers, is the source of drinking water for several cities in Zhejiang, including the capital city of Hangzhou, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Steven Shi (CHINA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA/
RTR2NCIN
June 06, 2011
Customers stock cartons of bottled mineral water, after a local river which is the source of drinking...
Hangzhou, China
Customers stock cartons of bottled mineral water at a supermarket in Hangzhou
Customers stock cartons of bottled mineral water, after a local river which is the source of drinking water was polluted by a chemical leakage, at a supermarket in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province June 6, 2011. A tanker travelling along a highway overturned and leaked toxic chemical phenol into the Xin'an River in east China's Zhejiang province late Saturday night, according to local authorities. The river, which feeds into the Fuchun and Qiantang rivers, is the source of drinking water for several cities in Zhejiang, including the capital city of Hangzhou, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Steven Shi (CHINA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA/
RTXSMQ4
September 25, 2010
Visitors queue up before viewing the soaring tide near the bank of Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang...
Hangzhou, China
Visitors queue up before viewing the soaring tide near the bank of Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang...
Visitors queue up before viewing the soaring tide near the bank of Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province September 25, 2010. Tidal waves are highest during the eighth month of the lunar calendar, local media reported. REUTERS/Steven Shi (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTXSMPM
September 25, 2010
Visitors are soaked by the incoming tides on the bank of the Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province...
Hangzhou, China
Visitors are soaked by the incoming tides on the bank of the Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province...
Visitors are soaked by the incoming tides on the bank of the Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province September 25, 2010. Tidal waves are highest during the eighth month of the lunar calendar, local media reported. REUTERS/Henry Lee (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTXSMP8
September 25, 2010
Mannequins are toppled over by the tide as a television crew films the scene along the banks of the Qiantang...
Hangzhou, China
Mannequins are toppled over by the tide as a television crew films the scene along the banks of the Qiantang...
Mannequins are toppled over by the tide as a television crew films the scene along the banks of the Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province September 25, 2010. The mannequins act as warning guides to alert tourists of the rising tides. Tidal waves are highest during the eighth month of the lunar calendar, local media reported. REUTERS/Steven Shi (CHINA - Tags: IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL SOCIETY ODDLY ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA/
RTXPK0G
October 12, 2009
A resident fishes at the riverbed of Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province October 12, 2009....
Hangzhou, China
A resident fishes at the riverbed of Qiantang River in Hangzhou
A resident fishes at the riverbed of Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province October 12, 2009. REUTERS/Steven Shi (CHINA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA
RTR1FQ4O
July 22, 2006
Thousands of local residents swim across the Qiantang river in in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang province...
Hangzhou, China
Thousands of local residents swim across the Qiantang river in in Hangzhou
Thousands of local residents swim across the Qiantang river in in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang province July 22, 2006. The Qiantang River is the major river of Zhejiang province and famous in China for its spectacular surging tides. REUTERS/Lang Lang (CHINA)
CHINA TIBET
RTRY10M
August 11, 2002
Tibetan men race their horses at the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang
Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETAN HORSE RACING FESTIVAL IN NAKCHU.
Tibetan men race their horses at the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang
Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu, Tibet August 10,2002.
Thousands of Tibetan nomads from across Nakchu prefecture gathered to
witness the opening of the week-long festival, highlighted by a display
of Chinese government propaganda as well as a colourful show of Tibet's
cultural heritage. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8TUC
August 11, 2002
Tibetans dance to disco music during a bonfire party celebrating the
opening of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETANS DANCE TO DISCO MUSIC DURING BONFIRE PARTY IN NAKCHU.
Tibetans dance to disco music during a bonfire party celebrating the
opening of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu town,
August 10,2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from all over Nakchu
prefecture gathered to witness the opening of a week-long festival
highlighted with Chinese display of government propaganda as well as
colourful show of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8TTW
August 11, 2002
Tibetans dance to disco music during a bonfire party celebrating the
opening of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETANS DANCE TO DISCO MUSIC DURING BONFIRE PARTY IN NAKCHU.
Tibetans dance to disco music during a bonfire party celebrating the
opening of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu town,
August 10,2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from all over Nakchu
prefecture gathered to witness the opening of a week-long festival
highlighted with Chinese display of government propaganda as well as
colourful show of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8TTK
August 11, 2002
Tibetans dance to disco music during a bonfire party celebrating the
opening of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETANS DANCE TO DISCO MUSIC DURING BONFIRE PARTY IN NAKCHU.
Tibetans dance to disco music during a bonfire party celebrating the
opening of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu town,
August 10,2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from all over Nakchu
prefecture gathered to witness the opening of a week-long festival
highlighted with Chinese display of government propaganda as well as
colourful show of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

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TIBET
RTXLGLG
August 10, 2002
A Tibetan woman stands next to Chinese police during the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China
A Tibetan woman stands next to Chinese police during the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing H.....
A Tibetan woman stands next to Chinese police during the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu, Tibet August 10, 2002. [Thousands of Tibetan nomads from across Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening of the week-long festival, highlighted by a display of Chinese government propaganda as well as a colourful show of Tibet's cultural heritage. China's Communist government has ruled Tibet since its troops entered the region in 1950.]
TIBET
RTXLGLF
August 10, 2002
Tibetan girls hold Chinese flags during the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival...
Nakchu, China
Tibetan girls hold Chinese flags during the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing F.....
Tibetan girls hold Chinese flags during the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu, Tibet August 10, 2002. [Thousands of Tibetan nomads from across Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening of the week-long festival, highlighted by a display of Chinese government propaganda as well as a colourful show of Tibet's cultural heritage.]
TIBET
RTXLGLE
August 10, 2002
Chinese military policemen march at the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival...
Nakchu, China
Chinese military policemen march at the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festi.....
Chinese military policemen march at the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu, Tibet August 10, 2002. [Thousands of Tibetan nomads from across Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening of the week-long festival, highlighted by a display of Chinese government propaganda as well as a colourful show of Tibet's cultural heritage. China's communist government has ruled Tibet since its troops entered the region in 1950.]
TIBET
RTXLGFV
August 10, 2002
Tibetans display portraits of Chinese leaders during the opening ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China
Tibetans display portraits of Chinese leaders during the opening ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse.....
Tibetans display portraits of Chinese leaders during the opening ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival in Nakchu town, 4,500 metres above sea level, August 10, 2002. [Thousands of Tibetan nomads from all over Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening of a week-long festival highlighted with Chinese show of force as well as a colourful display of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. China's Communist government has ruled Tibet since its troops entered the region in 1950. The Chinese leaders in the picture are (clockwise from top) Mao Zedong, Jiang Zemin and Deng Xiaoping.]
CHINA TIBET
RTR8TU5
August 10, 2002
Tibetans cover their ears as fireworks explode during a bonfire party
at the opening ceremony of the...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETANS COVER THEIR EARS AS FIREWORKS EXPLODE AT PARTY IN NAKCHU.
Tibetans cover their ears as fireworks explode during a bonfire party
at the opening ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival
in Nakchu, Tibet August 10, 2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from
across Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening of the
week-long festival, highlighted by a display of Chinese government
propaganda as well as a colourful show of Tibet's cultural heritage.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8TTC
August 10, 2002
A Tibetan man displays a poster of Chinese leaders at the opening
ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETAN MAN HOLDS PORTRAITS OF CHINESE LEADER IN NAKCHU.
A Tibetan man displays a poster of Chinese leaders at the opening
ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu,
Tibet August 10, 2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from across Nakchu
prefecture gathered to witness the opening of the week-long festival,
highlighted by a display of Chinese government propaganda as well as a
colourful show of Tibet's cultural heritage. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8TT5
August 10, 2002
A Tibetan woman stands next to Chinese police during the opening
ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETAN WOMAN STANDS BESIDE CHINESE POLICEMEN IN NAKCHU.
A Tibetan woman stands next to Chinese police during the opening
ceremony of the Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu,
Tibet August 10, 2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from across Nakchu
prefecture gathered to witness the opening of the week-long festival,
highlighted by a display of Chinese government propaganda as well as a
colourful show of Tibet's cultural heritage. China's Communist
government has ruled Tibet since its troops entered the region in 1950.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/RCS
CHINA TIBET
RTR8TSW
August 10, 2002
Tibetan girls hold Chinese flags during the opening ceremony of the
Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETAN GIRLS DISPLAY CHINESE FLAG DURING FESTIVAL IN NAKCHU.
Tibetan girls hold Chinese flags during the opening ceremony of the
Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu, Tibet August 10,
2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from across Nakchu prefecture
gathered to witness the opening of the week-long festival, highlighted
by a display of Chinese government propaganda as well as a colourful
show of Tibet's cultural heritage. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/RCS
CHINA TIBET
RTR8TSR
August 10, 2002
Chinese military policemen march at the opening ceremony of the
Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE MILITARY POLICE MARCH AT TIBETAN FESTIVAL IN NAKCHU.
Chinese military policemen march at the opening ceremony of the
Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse Racing Festival in Nakchu, Tibet August 10,
2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from across Nakchu prefecture
gathered to witness the opening of the week-long festival, highlighted
by a display of Chinese government propaganda as well as a colourful
show of Tibet's cultural heritage. China's communist government has
ruled Tibet since its troops entered the region in 1950. REUTERS/Claro
Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T7D
August 10, 2002
Gongbao Zhaxi, Secretary General of Communist Party of Nakchu
prefecture, joins the opening ceremony...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
GONGBAO ZHAXI SECRETARY GENERAL OF COMMUNIST PARTY OF NAKCHU JOINS
HORSE RACE FESTIVAL.
Gongbao Zhaxi, Secretary General of Communist Party of Nakchu
prefecture, joins the opening ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse
racing festival in Nakchu town, 4,500 metres (14,760 feet) above sea
level August 10, 2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from all over Nakchu
prefecture gathered to witness the opening of a weeklong festival
highlighted with Chinese show of force as well as a colourful display
of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. China's Communist government has
ruled Tibet since its troops entered the region in 1950. REUTERS/Claro
Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T77
August 10, 2002
A Tibetan baton boy (R) stands beside Chinese People's Liberation Army
soldiers during the opening ceremony...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETAN BOY STANDS BESIDE CHINESE SOLDIERS DUING FESTIVAL IN NAKCHU.
A Tibetan baton boy (R) stands beside Chinese People's Liberation Army
soldiers during the opening ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing
festival in Nakchu town, 4,500 metres (14,760 feet) above sea level
August 10, 2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from all over Nakchu
prefecture gathered to witness the opening of a weeklong festival
highlighted with Chinese show of force as well as a colourful display
of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. China's Communist government has
ruled Tibet since its troops entered the region in 1950. REUTERS/Claro
Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T73
August 10, 2002
Tibetan ethnic minorities dance during the opening ceremony of
Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETAN ETHNIC MINORITIES DANCE DURING FESTIVAL IN NAKCHU.
Tibetan ethnic minorities dance during the opening ceremony of
Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival in Nakchu town, 4,500 metres
(14,760 feet) above sea level August 10, 2002. Thousands of Tibetan
nomads from all over Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening
of a week-long festival highlighted with Chinese show of force as well
as a colourful display of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. REUTERS/Claro
Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T6W
August 10, 2002
A Tibetan horseman displays his shooting skill during the opening
ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETAN HORSEMAN DISPLAYS SHOOTING SKILL IN NAKCHU.
A Tibetan horseman displays his shooting skill during the opening
ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival in Nakchu town,
4,500 metres above sea level August 10, 2002. Thousands of Tibetan
nomads from all over Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening
of a week-long festival highlighted with Chinese show of force as well
as a colourful display of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. REUTERS/Claro
Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T6K
August 10, 2002
Chinese soldiers march with the national flag in front of Tibetan
horsemen during the opening ceremony...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE SOLDIERS MARCH WITH THE NATIONAL FLAG DURING HORSERACE FESTIVAL
IN NAKCHU.
Chinese soldiers march with the national flag in front of Tibetan
horsemen during the opening ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing
festival in Nakchu town, 4,500 metres above sea level August 10,2002.
Thousands of Tibetan nomads from all over Nakchu prefecture gathered to
witness the opening of a week-long festival highlighted with Chinese
show of force as well as a colourful display of Tibet's rich cultural
heritage. China's Communist government has ruled Tibet since its troops
entered the region in 1950. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T62
August 10, 2002
Tibetans display portraits of Chinese leaders during the opening
ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETANS DISPLAY PORTRAITS OF CHINESE LEADERS IN NAKCHU.
Tibetans display portraits of Chinese leaders during the opening
ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival in Nakchu town,
4,500 metres above sea level August 10, 2002. Thousands of Tibetan
nomads from all over Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening
of a week-long festival highlighted with Chinese show of force as well
as a colourful display of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. China's
Communist government has ruled Tibet since its troops entered the
region in 1950. The Chinese leaders in the picture are (clockwise from
top) Mao Zedong, Jiang Zemin and Deng Xiaoping. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T5P
August 10, 2002
Chinese crowd control unit performs during the opening ceremony of
Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE CROWD CONTROL UNIT PERFORMS DURING HORSERACE FESTIVAL IN
NAKCHU.
Chinese crowd control unit performs during the opening ceremony of
Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival in Nakchu town, 4,500 metres
above sea level August 10,2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from all
over Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening of a week-long
festival highlighted with Chinese show of force as well as a colourful
display of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. China's Communist government
has ruled Tibet since its troops entered the region in 1950.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T5I
August 10, 2002
A Tibetan man display portraits of Chinese leaders beside Chinese
People's Liberation Army soldiers...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETAN DISPLAYS PORTRAITS OF CHINESE LEADERS IN NAKCHU.
A Tibetan man display portraits of Chinese leaders beside Chinese
People's Liberation Army soldiers during the opening ceremony of
Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival in Nakchu town, 4,500 metres
above sea level August 10,2002. Thousands of Tibetan nomads from all
over Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening of a week-long
festival highlighted with Chinese show of force as well as a colourful
display of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. China's Communist government
has ruled Tibet since its troops entered the region in 1950. The
Chinese leaders in the picture are (clockwise from top) Mao Zedong,
Jiang Zemin and Deng Xiaoping. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T50
August 10, 2002
Tibetans display portraits of Chinese leaders during the opening
ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETANS DISPLAY PORTRAITS OF CHINESE LEADERS IN NAKCHU.
Tibetans display portraits of Chinese leaders during the opening
ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival in Nakchu town,
4,500 metres above sea level August 10,2002. Thousands of Tibetan
nomads from all over Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening
of a week-long festival highlighted with Chinese show of force as well
as a colourful display of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. China's
Communist government has ruled Tibet since its troops entered the
region in 1950. The Chinese leaders in the picture are (clockwise from
top) Mao Zedong, Jiang Zemin and Deng Xiaoping. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

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CHINA TIBET
RTR8T4O
August 10, 2002
Tibetans display portraits of Chinese leaders during the opening
ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse...
Nakchu, China - Peoples Republic of
TIBETANS DISPLAY PORTRAITS OF CHINESE LEADERS IN NAKCHU.
Tibetans display portraits of Chinese leaders during the opening
ceremony of Qiangtang Qiaqing Horse racing festival in Nakchu town,
4,500 metres above sea level, August 10, 2002. Thousands of Tibetan
nomads from all over Nakchu prefecture gathered to witness the opening
of a week-long festival highlighted with Chinese show of force as well
as a colourful display of Tibet's rich cultural heritage. China's
Communist government has ruled Tibet since its troops entered the
region in 1950. The Chinese leaders in the picture are (clockwise from
top) Mao Zedong, Jiang Zemin and Deng Xiaoping. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

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