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CHINA-USA/
RTS2A15V 
January 10, 2019 
Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan, left, and former Shanghai mayor Xu Kuangdi talk during an event commemorating... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan, left, and former Shanghai mayor Xu Kuangdi talk during an event commemorating... 
Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan, left, and former Shanghai mayor Xu Kuangdi talk during an event commemorating the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and China at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019. Mark Schiefelbein/Pool via REUTERS 
SPAIN/
RTXAPWC 
November 18, 2008 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi... 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi attend the Global China Business Meeting at the World Trade Center in Barcelona November 18, 2008. Participants including Chinese business leaders and Chief Executive Officers of some of the world's leading companies are to examine the state of the global economy and China's role in warding off a global recession. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN) 
SPAIN/
RTXAPRN 
November 18, 2008 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi... 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi attend the Global China Business Meeting at the World Trade Center in Barcelona November 18, 2008. Participants including Chinese business leaders and Chief Executive Officers of some of the world's leading companies are to examine the state of the global economy and China's role in warding off a global recession. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN) 
SPAIN/
RTXAPRK 
November 18, 2008 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi... 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi attend the Global China Business Meeting at the World Trade Center in Barcelona November 18, 2008. Participants including Chinese business leaders and Chief Executive Officers of some of the world's leading companies are to examine the state of the global economy and China's role in warding off a global recession. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN) 
SPAIN/
RTXAPRI 
November 18, 2008 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi... 
Spain's Crown Prince Felipe (R) and China's Vice-Chairman of the 10th CPPCC National Committee Xu Kuangdi arrive at the Global China Business Meeting in the World Trade Center in Barcelona November 18, 2008. Participants including Chinese business leaders and Chief Executive Officers of some of the world's leading companies are to examine the state of the global economy and China's role in warding off a global recession. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN) 
SPAIN/
RTXAP3W 
November 17, 2008 
(L-R) Spain's Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos, China's 10th CPPCC National Commitee vice-chairman... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spain's Foreign Minister Moratinos, China's Xu and Samaranch speak during opening ceremony of the Global... 
(L-R) Spain's Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos, China's 10th CPPCC National Commitee vice-chairman Xu Kuangdi and Juan Antonio Samaranch speak during opening ceremony of the Global China Business Meeting in the Maritim Museum in Barcelona, November 17, 2008. Participants including Chinese business leaders and Chief Executive Officers of some of the world's leading companies are to examine the state of the global economy and China's role in warding off a global recession. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN) 
SPAIN/
RTXAP3P 
November 17, 2008 
Spain's Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos (R) shakes hands with China's 10th CPPCC National Commitee... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spain's Foreing Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos shakes hands with China's Xu Kuangdi in Barcelona 
Spain's Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos (R) shakes hands with China's 10th CPPCC National Commitee vice-chairman Xu Kuangdi during the opening ceremony of the Global China Business Meeting in the Maritim Museum in Barcelona, November 17, 2008. Participants including Chinese business leaders and Chief Executive Officers of some of the world's leading companies are to examine the state of the global economy and China's role in warding off a global recession. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN) 
CHINA-PARTY/XI JINPING
RTR1UYU4 
October 16, 2007 
Shanghai Communist Party boss Xi Jinping (center R) and Xu Kuangdi (center L), vice chairman of the National... 
Beijing, China 
Shanghai Communist Party boss Xi and Xu Kunagdi attend meeting in Beijing 
Shanghai Communist Party boss Xi Jinping (center R) and Xu Kuangdi (center L), vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, attend a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing October 16,2007. Married to a famous singer and in charge of China's richest and most glamorous city, troubleshooting Shanghai Communist Party boss Xi Jinping has emerged as dark horse contender for the top echelons of power. The sign in the background reads 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Shanghai Delegation REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
CHINA-PARTY/XI JINPING
RTR1UYTZ 
October 16, 2007 
Shanghai Communist Party boss Xi Jinping talks to Xu Kuangdi (L), vice chairman of the National Committee... 
Beijing, China 
Xi talks to Xu during a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing 
Shanghai Communist Party boss Xi Jinping talks to Xu Kuangdi (L), vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, during a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing October 16,2007. Married to a famous singer and in charge of China's richest and most glamorous city, troubleshooting Xi has emerged as dark horse contender for the top echelons of power. The sign translates as "Shanghai Delegation." REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
CHINA-PARTY/XI JINPING
RTR1UYTP 
October 16, 2007 
Attendants serve tea to Shanghai Communist Party boss Xi Jinping (R) and Xu Kuangdi (L), vice chairman... 
Beijing, China 
Attendants serve tea to Xi and Xu during a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing 
Attendants serve tea to Shanghai Communist Party boss Xi Jinping (R) and Xu Kuangdi (L), vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, during a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing October 16,2007. Married to a famous singer and in charge of China's richest and most glamorous city, troubleshooting Xi has emerged as dark horse contender for the top echelons of power. The sign translates as "Shanghai Delegation." REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
CHINA SHANGHAI MAYOR
RTR1X9W 
February 27, 2002 
New Mayor Chen Liangyu holds a news conference in Shanghai February 27,
2002. Chen, 56, filled the most... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
NEW SHANGHAI MAYOR CHEN LIANGYU HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE. 
New Mayor Chen Liangyu holds a news conference in Shanghai February 27,
2002. Chen, 56, filled the most influential and high profile government
posts in China after he was elected Mayor of Shanghai at a session of
the Shanghai's People's Congress on Tuesday. He had served as
Shanghai's acting mayor since December 7, when the popular Xu Kuangdi,
widely credited for masterminding Shanghai's economic success over the
past 20 years, announced his surprise resignation. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

CC/CP 
CHINA SHANGHAI MAYOR
RTR1X9J 
February 27, 2002 
New Shanghai Mayor Chen Liangyu smiles as vice mayor Zhou Muyao (L)
looks on during a news conference... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
NEW SHANGHAI MAYOR CHEN LIANGYU SMILES AT A NEWS CONFERENCE. 
New Shanghai Mayor Chen Liangyu smiles as vice mayor Zhou Muyao (L)
looks on during a news conference in Shanghai February 27, 2002. Chen,
56, filled the most influential and high profile government posts in
China after he was elected Mayor of Shanghai at a session of the
Shanghai's People's Congress on Tuesday. He had served as Shanghai's
acting mayor since December 7, when the popular Xu Kuangdi, widely
credited for masterminding Shanghai's economic success over the past 20
years, announced his surprise resignation. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/CP 
CHINA SHANGHAI MAYOR
RTR1X9D 
February 27, 2002 
New Shanghai Mayor Chen Liangyu answers a question as vice mayor Zhou
Muyao listens (L) during a news... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
NEW SHANGHAI MAYOR CHEN LIANGYU ANSWERS QUESTION AT A NEWS CONFERENCE. 
New Shanghai Mayor Chen Liangyu answers a question as vice mayor Zhou
Muyao listens (L) during a news conference in Shanghai February 27,
2002. Chen, 56, filled the most influential and high profile government
posts in China after he was elected Mayor of Shanghai at a session of
the Shanghai's People's Congress on Tuesday. He had served as
Shanghai's acting mayor since December 7, when the popular Xu Kuangdi,
widely credited for masterminding Shanghai's economic success over the
past 20 years, announced his surprise resignation. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

CC/CP 
CHINA SHANGHAI MAYOR
RTR1X90 
February 27, 2002 
New Shanghai Mayor Chen Liangyu drinks tea as he listens to a question
during a news conference in Shanghai... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
NEW SHANGHAI MAYOR CHEN LIANGYU DRINKS TEA AT A NEWS CONFERENCE. 
New Shanghai Mayor Chen Liangyu drinks tea as he listens to a question
during a news conference in Shanghai February 27, 2002. Chen, 56,
filled the most influential and high profile government posts in China
after he was elected Mayor of Shanghai at a session of the Shanghai's
People's Congress on Tuesday. He had served as Shanghai's acting mayor
since December 7, when the popular Xu Kuangdi, widely credited for
masterminding Shanghai's economic success over the past 20 years,
announced his surprise resignation. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/CP 
CHINA SHANGHAI MAYOR
RTRQ5TK 
November 02, 2001 
Shanghai's popular mayor Xu Kuangdi delivers a speech beside Chinese
characters reading "Shanghai" in... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
SHANGHAI'S POPULAR MAYOR XU KUANGDI DELIVERS A SPEECH. 
Shanghai's popular mayor Xu Kuangdi delivers a speech beside Chinese
characters reading "Shanghai" in this photograph taken on November 2,
2001 in Pudong district. Xu has resigned from his post to become the
Communist party secretary to the Chinese Academy of Engineering, city
officials said on Friday. The trasfer of Xu from one of the most
influential and high-profile posts in the country was a surprise to
diplomats, as was his move to a Beijing-based research institute
instead of a central government position. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/CP 
CHINA GERMANY
RTROXP7 
November 02, 2001 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C), Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi (R),
and Krupp CEO Eckardt Schultz... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
GERMAN CHANCELLOR TOASTS OPENING OF STAINSLESS STEEL PLANT IN SHANGHAI. 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C), Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi (R),
and Krupp CEO Eckardt Schultz toast after inauguration of Shanghai
Krupp Stainless plant in Pudong, Shanghai November 2, 2001. Schroeder
is on an official three-day visit to China to discuss trade and
terrorism. REUTERS/Pool/Eugene Hoshiko

EH/RCS 
CHINA GERMANY
RTROXLM 
November 02, 2001 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi
(L) sign a commemorative plaque... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER AND SHANGHAI MAYOR XU KUANGDI SIGN A
COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE IN SHANGHAI. 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi
(L) sign a commemorative plaque as a Chinese usherette looks on during
the opening ceremony of the Shanghai Krupp Stainless Plant in the
Pudong district November 2,2001. Schroeder is on the last day of a
three-day visit to China, part of a week-long Asia trip that included
stops in Pakistan and India. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/JD 
CHINA GERMANY
RTROXLB 
November 02, 2001 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C) toasts with Shanghai Mayor Xu
Kuangdi (R) and Krupp chief Ekkehard... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
GERMAN CHANCELLOR GERHARD SCHROEDER SHARES A TOAST AT A JOINT VENTURE
OPENING IN SHANGHAI. 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C) toasts with Shanghai Mayor Xu
Kuangdi (R) and Krupp chief Ekkehard Schulz during the opening ceremony
of the Shanghai Krupp Stainless Plant in the Pudong district on
November 2, 2001. Schroeder is on the last day of a three-day visit to
China, part of a week-long Asia trip that included stops in Pakistan
and India. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/JD 
CHINA US
RTRLFJH 
August 07, 2001 
Senator Joseph Biden (L) chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, listens to Shanghai... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
SHANGHAI MAYOR XU WITH AMERICAN SENATOR BIDEN IN SHANGHAI. 
Senator Joseph Biden (L) chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, listens to Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi during a meeting in
Shanghai August 7, 2001. A congressional delegation blasted China on
Tuesday for stubbornly refusing to halt arms sales to Pakistan, saying
arms proliferation remained the key sticking point in U.S.-China
relations.

DL 
CHINA US
RTRLFJ6 
August 07, 2001 
Senator Joseph Biden (C), chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, and Senator Paul... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
SHANGHAI MAYOR XU WITH AMERICAN SENATORS IN SHANGHAI. 
Senator Joseph Biden (C), chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, and Senator Paul Sarbanes (R) chat with Shanghai Mayor Xu
Kuangdi in Shanghai August 7, 2001. A congressional delegation blasted
China on Tuesday for stubbornly refusing to halt arms sales to
Pakistan, saying arms proliferation remained the key sticking point in
U.S.-China relations.

DL 
CHINA
RTXKDJZ 
March 06, 2001 
Despite an appeal by world-renowned architect I.M.Pei, bulldozers and excavators circle a mansion occupied... 
Shanghai, China 
Despite an appeal by world-renowned architect I.M.Pei, bulldozers and excavators circle a mansion oc..... 
Despite an appeal by world-renowned architect I.M.Pei, bulldozers and excavators circle a mansion occupied by members of his clan in Shanghai March 3, 2001. The workers could flatten the building any day. Shanghai is being spruced up ahead of a meeting of Asia-Pacific leaders this year and the grey and red brick home is slated for demolition to make way for a park. [Pei has signed a letter to Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi appealing for his help in saving the three-storey building.] 
CHINA PEI
RTRF9GU 
March 03, 2001 
Despite an appeal by world-renowned architect I.M.Pei, bulldozers and excavators circle a mansion occupied... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
EXCAVATORS CIRCLE A SHANGHAI MANSION OCCUPIED BY ARCHITECT I.M. PEI'S CLANSMEN. 
Despite an appeal by world-renowned architect I.M.Pei, bulldozers and excavators circle a mansion occupied by members of his clan in Shanghai March 3, 2001. The workers could flatten the building any day. Shanghai is being spruced up ahead of a meeting of Asia-Pacific leaders this year and the grey and red brick home is slated for demolition to make way for a park. Pei has signed a letter to Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi appealing for his help in saving the three-storey building.

ASW/CP 
CHINA
RTXJAHD 
November 03, 1999 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi (L) celebrate after opening a new... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi (L) celebrate after opening a ..... 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi (L) celebrate after opening a new plant for the Sino-German car-making joint venture of Volkswagen in Anting Industrial Zone on the north-west outskirts of Shanghai November 3. The new car plant employs more than 10,000 workers with an annual output of more than 230,000 units. Schroeder is on a three-day official visit to China.
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CHINA GERMANY
RTRS11Y 
November 03, 1999 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R), accompanied by Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi (L), delivers a speech... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
GERMAN CHANCELLOR GERHARD SCHROEDER AND SHANGHAI MAYOR XU KUANGDI VISIT VOLKSWAGEN PLANT. 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R), accompanied by Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi (L), delivers a speech after opening a new plant for the Sino-German car-making joint venture of Volkswagen in Anting Industrial Zone on the north-west outskirts of Shanghai November 3. The new car plant employs more than 10,000 workers with an annual output of more than 230,000 units. Schroeder is on a three-day official visit to China.

ASW/CC 
CHINA GERMANY
RTRS11R 
November 03, 1999 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi (L) celebrate after opening a new... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
GERMAN CHANCELLOR GERHARD SCHROEDER AND SHANGHAI MAYOR XU KUANGDI VISIT VOLKSWAGEN PLANT. 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi (L) celebrate after opening a new plant for the Sino-German car-making joint venture of Volkswagen in Anting Industrial Zone on the north-west outskirts of Shanghai November 3. The new car plant employs more than 10,000 workers with an annual output of more than 230,000 units. Schroeder is on a three-day official visit to China.

ASW/CC 
RTRI4FZ 
October 08, 1998 
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) and his wife Cherie Booth (3rd L) share a light moment with Shanghai... 
China 
TONY BLAIR AND CHERIE POSE WITH SHANGHAI MAJOR XU KUANGDI AND HIS WIFE LUOPING. 
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) and his wife Cherie Booth (3rd L) share a light moment with Shanghai Major Xu Kunaghi and his wife Luoping in front of the Bund, Shanghai's old fianancial quarter October 8. The Bund, once dubbed "The Wall Street of the Far East" in Shanghai's heydays in the 1920's, was the birthplace of China's financial sector.

ASW/JO/JDP 
RTRF9T1 
July 01, 1998 
U.S. President Bill Clinton sits at a traders computer terminal on the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange... 
China 
CLINTON AT A TRADERS DESK ON FLOOR OF SHANGHAI STOCK EXCHANGE. 
U.S. President Bill Clinton sits at a traders computer terminal on the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with Mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi (L) July 1. Clinton was visiting the exchange as part of his five-city China visit.

RTW/JDP/ME 
RTRF9SU 
July 01, 1998 
President Clinton takes an elevator onto the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with the Mayor of Shanghai... 
China 
CLINTON IN AN ELEVATOR AT THE SHANGHAI STOCK EXCHANGE. 
President Clinton takes an elevator onto the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with the Mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi (R) July 1 as part of his five-city China visit.

RTW/JIR/ME 
CHINA CLINTON
RTRF9SH 
July 01, 1998 
U.S. President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with Mayor of Shanghai Xu... 
Shanghai 
CLINTON ON FLOOR OF SHANGHAI STOCK EXCHANGE. 
U.S. President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with Mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi (R) July 1. Clinton toured the exchange as part of his five-city China visit.

RTW/JDP/ME 
RTRF9Q8 
July 01, 1998 
U.S. President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with (L) Tu Guangshao, president... 
China 
CLINTON ON FLOOR OF SHANGHAI STOCK EXCHANGE. 
U.S. President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with (L) Tu Guangshao, president of the exchange and Mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi (R) July 1. Clinton visited the exchange as part of his five-city China visit.

RTW/JDP/ME 
CLINTON
RTXI74E 
June 30, 1998 
US President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with (L) Tu Guangshao, president... 
US President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with (L) Tu Guangshao, pres..... 
US President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with (L) Tu Guangshao, president of the exchange and Mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi (R) July 1. Clinton visited the exchange as part of his five-city China visit. ??» 
CLINTON
RTXI744 
June 30, 1998 
US President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with Mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi... 
Shanghai, China 
US President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with Mayor of Shanghai Xu K..... 
US President Bill Clinton tours the floor of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with Mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi (R) July 1. Clinton toured the exchange as part of his five-city China visit. ??» 
RTR9RG7 
December 19, 1997 
Traders at Shanghai's new stock exchange work on its first day of operation December 19, after Shanghai... 
China 
OVERHEAD VIEW OF NEW SHANGHAI STOCK EXCHANGE 
Traders at Shanghai's new stock exchange work on its first day of operation December 19, after Shanghai mayor Xu Kuangdi struck a gong to signal the formal start of trading. The US$150 million exchange, built in Shanghai's booming Pudong financial district and with its trading hall covering 3,600 square metres, is part of China's new reliance on the stock market to help breathe new life into its struggling state sector through the sale of shares, but its ruling Communist Party has wrestled with the political correctness of selling off state assets.

CHINA EXCHANGE 
RTR9RG4 
December 19, 1997 
Traders at Shanghai's new stock exchange work on its first day of operation December 19, after Shanghai... 
China 
BROKERS AT NEW STOCK EXCHANGE IN SHANGHAI 
Traders at Shanghai's new stock exchange work on its first day of operation December 19, after Shanghai mayor Xu Kuangdi struck a gong to signal the formal start of trading. The $150 million exchange, built in Shanghai's booming Pudong financial district, is part of China's new reliance on the stock market to help breathe new life into its struggling state sector through the sale of shares, but its ruling Communist Party has wrestled with the political correctness of selling off state assets.

CHINA STOCK 
RTR2RC6 
March 28, 1997 
U.S. Vice-President Al Gore (R) and Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi gaze around the People's Square in Shanghai... 
China 
AL GORE AND SHANGHAI MAYOR XU KUANGDI IN PEOPLE'S SQUARE 
U.S. Vice-President Al Gore (R) and Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi gaze around the People's Square in Shanghai March 28. Gore left China on Friday at the end of a five-day trip which U.S. officials say helped improving relations between the two countries.

CHINA GORE 
RTR2R7K 
March 28, 1997 
The mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi (R) points out various places of interest to U.S. Vice President Al... 
China 
AL AND TIPPER GORE TOUR THE BUND WITH SHANGHAI MAYOR 
The mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi (R) points out various places of interest to U.S. Vice President Al Gore and his wife Tipper as they stroll past the historic Bund (buildings in background) in Shanghai March 27. Gore predicted his two days of talks with Chinese leaders could lead to significant progress on several issues now dividing Washington and Beijing. Gore did not specify what areas would see progress.

CHINA GORE 
RTRJ7Y 
April 26, 1996 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (L) listens to Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi at a luncheon in Shanghai April... 
China 
BORIS YELTSIN WITH SHANGHAI MAYOR XU KUANGDI 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (L) listens to Shanghai Mayor Xu Kuangdi at a luncheon in Shanghai April 26, as the Russian President continues his four-day official visit to China. Yeltsin will sign a major border agreement later today with the presidents of China and three former Soviet republics in central Asia.

CHINA RUSSIA 
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