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February 14, 2012
A worker grabs a bundle of new packets as she places condoms onto a packaging belt at Chinese condom...
Yantai, China
A worker grabs a bundle of new packets as she places condoms onto a packaging belt at Chinese condom...
A worker grabs a bundle of new packets as she places condoms onto a packaging belt at Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR2XTG1
February 14, 2012
A worker watches as condoms are inflated and then burst in a testing room in the factory of Chinese condom...
Yantai, China
A worker watches as condoms are inflated and then burst in a testing room in the factory of Chinese condom...
A worker watches as condoms are inflated and then burst in a testing room in the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom in Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR2XTFZ
February 14, 2012
A worker at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom watches a machine turn on the production...
Yantai, China
A worker at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom watches a machine turn on the production...
A worker at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom watches a machine turn on the production line in the town of Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTFY
February 14, 2012
A worker at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom places condoms onto a production line...
Yantai, China
A worker at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom places condoms onto a production line...
A worker at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom places condoms onto a production line belt in the town of in Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTFU
February 14, 2012
An official looks through a window as workers remove condoms from a sterilising machine at the Chinese...
Yantai, China
An official looks through a window as workers remove condoms from a sterilising machine at the Chinese...
An official looks through a window as workers remove condoms from a sterilising machine at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom factory in Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTFS
February 14, 2012
Workers at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom look at a production line belt at their...
Yantai, China
Workers at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom look at a production line belt at their...
Workers at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom look at a production line belt at their factory in Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTFQ
February 14, 2012
A worker removes condoms from a sterilising machine at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom factory...
Yantai, China
A worker removes condoms from a sterilising machine at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom factory...
A worker removes condoms from a sterilising machine at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom factory in Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
CHINA
RTR2XTFM
February 14, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 10 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker checks condoms as he removes...
Yantai, China
A worker checks condoms as he removes them from a sterilising machine at the Chinese condom manufacturer...
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 10 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker checks condoms as he removes them from a sterilising machine at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom factory in Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTFL
February 14, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 7 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

Workers at the factory of Chinese...
Yantai, China
Workers at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom place condoms onto a production line belt...
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 7 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

Workers at the factory of Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom place condoms onto a production line belt at a factory in Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTFK
February 14, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 6 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

Researcher Wang Tingting gives a...
Yantai, China
Researcher Wang gives a demonstration using coloured dyes that claims to show how Safedom's condoms prevent...
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 6 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

Researcher Wang Tingting gives a demonstration using coloured dyes that claims to show how Safedom's condoms prevent the transmission of the Hepatitis B virus at a factory in Zhaoyuan, 100 km (62 miles) south of Yantai, in Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTFE
February 14, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 5 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker watches condoms on a production...
Yantai, China
A worker places condoms onto a packaging belt at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in...
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 5 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker watches condoms on a production line at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in the town of Zhaoyuan, located 100 kn (62 miles) south of the city of Yantai, Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTFB
February 14, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 4 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker can be seen through a window...
Yantai, China
A worker can be seen through a window at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in Zhaoyuan...
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 4 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker can be seen through a window preparing to remove condoms from a sterilising machine at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in the town of Zhaoyuan, located 100 km (62 miles) south of the city of Yantai, Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTR2XTF9
February 14, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 2 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker places condoms onto a packaging...
Yantai, China
A worker places condoms onto a packaging belt at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in...
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 2 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker places condoms onto a packaging belt at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in the town of Zhaoyuan, located 100 km (62 miles) south of the city of Yantai, Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTF0
February 14, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 3 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker places condoms onto a production...
Yantai, China
A worker places condoms onto a production line at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in...
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 3 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker places condoms onto a production line at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in the town of Zhaoyuan, located 100 km (62 miles) south of the city of Yantai, Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XTES
February 14, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 1 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker places condoms onto a packaging...
Yantai, China
A worker places condoms onto a packaging belt at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in...
ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 1 OF 16 FOR PACKAGE 'SAFEDOM CONDOMS'

A worker places condoms onto a packaging belt at the Chinese condom manufacturer Safedom's factory in the town of Zhaoyuan, located 100 km (62 miles) south of the city of Yantai, Shandong Province February 6, 2012. Safedom turned its back on the low-margin, guaranteed-business sales to the Chinese government?s family planning program 11 months ago, and decided to shift to where the money is: the higher end of the general public market. Claiming to be the fourth-largest condom maker in China by revenue, after three foreign brands, they are hoping to sell one billion condoms this year with the launch of its ?Take Me? condom, aimed at women consumers. Picture taken February 6, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
RTR2XVTZ
RTR2XTEO
February 14, 2012
RTR2XVTZ
Yantai, China
RTR2XVTZ
RTR2XVTZ
CHINA/
RTR2XFL6
February 07, 2012
A man rides a motorbike with a toilet strapped on the back of the seat along a street in the southern...
Yantai, China
Man rides motorbike with toilet strapped on back of seat along street in southern Chinese city of Yantai...
A man rides a motorbike with a toilet strapped on the back of the seat along a street in the southern Chinese city of Yantai, Shandong Province February 7, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XFL5
February 07, 2012
A man rides a motorbike with a toilet strapped on the back of the seat along a street in the southern...
Yantai, China
Man rides motorbike with toilet strapped on back along a street in the southern Chinese city of Yantai...
A man rides a motorbike with a toilet strapped on the back of the seat along a street in the southern Chinese city of Yantai, Shandong Province February 7, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2XEAG
February 06, 2012
People look at giant illuminated lanterns in a park in the town of Zhaoyuan, located 100 km (62 miles)...
Yantai, China
People look at giant illuminated lanterns in a park in the town of Zhaoyuan, located 100 km (62 miles)...
People look at giant illuminated lanterns in a park in the town of Zhaoyuan, located 100 km (62 miles) south of the city of Yantai, Shandong Province February 6, 2012. The Lantern Festival occurs on the 15th day of the Chinese Lunar New Year and marks the end of Spring Festival. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SEOK
RTXMHQI
March 19, 2004
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun, 34, answers a reporter's question upon his arrival in Inchon...
Inchon, South Korea
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun, 34, answers a reporter's question upon his arrival in I.....
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun, 34, answers a reporter's question upon his arrival in Inchon airport, about 40 km (25 miles) west of Seoul March 19, 2004. [China released Seok on Friday, who was arrested in January 2003 in the port city of Yantai while covering an attempt by activists to help North Koreans flee to Japan and South Korea in fishing boats.] Seok is a freelancer who had worked for The New York Times and South Korea's Geo magazine and taught photo-journalism.
KOREA NORTH PHOTOGRAPHER
RTRFK0X
March 19, 2004
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun (C), 34, chats with his friend as his wife Kang Hye-won (L)...
SOUTH KOREAN PHOTO-JOURNALIST SEOK CHATS WITH HIS FRIEND UPON HIS ARRIVAL IN INCHON.
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun (C), 34, chats with his friend as his wife Kang Hye-won (L) accompanies upon his arrival in Inchon airport, about 40 km (25 miles) west of Seoul March 19, 2004. China released Seok on Friday, who was arrested in January 2003 in the port city of Yantai while covering an attempt by activists to help North Koreans flee to Japan and South Korea in fishing boats. Seok is a freelancer who had worked for The New York Times and South Korea's Geo magazine and taught photo-journalism. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/CP
KOREA NORTH PHOTOGRAPHER
RTRFK0Q
March 19, 2004
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun (R), 34, answers a reporter's question as his wife Kang Hye-won...
Inchon, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN PHOTO-JOURNALIST SEOK ANSWERS A REPORTER'S QUESTION UPON HIS ARRIVAL IN INCHON.
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun (R), 34, answers a reporter's question as his wife Kang Hye-won looks on upon his arrival in Inchon airport, about 40 km (25 miles) west of Seoul March 19, 2004. China released Seok on Friday, who was arrested in January 2003 in the port city of Yantai while covering an attempt by activists to help North Koreans flee to Japan and South Korea in fishing boats. Seok is a freelancer who had worked for The New York Times and South Korea's Geo magazine and taught photo-journalism. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/CP
KOREA NORTH PHOTOGRAPHER
RTRFK0I
March 19, 2004
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun, 34, answers a reporter's question upon his arrival in Inchon...
Inchon, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN PHOTO-JOURNALIST SEOK ANSWERS A REPORTER'S QUESTION UPON HIS ARRIVAL IN INCHON.
South Korean photo-journalist Seok Jae-hyun, 34, answers a reporter's question upon his arrival in Inchon airport, about 40 km (25 miles) west of Seoul March 19, 2004. China released Seok on Friday, who was arrested in January 2003 in the port city of Yantai while covering an attempt by activists to help North Koreans flee to Japan and South Korea in fishing boats. Seok is a freelancer who had worked for The New York Times and South Korea's Geo magazine and taught photo-journalism. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/CP
KOREA ASYLUM
RTRH924
January 27, 2003
Kang Hae-won, the wife of Seok Jae-hyun, weeps at a news conference in
Seoul January 27, 2003. Seok,...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
WIFE OF PHOTOGRAPHER DETAINED BY CHINESE HOLDS NEWS CONFERENCE IN
SEOUL.
Kang Hae-won, the wife of Seok Jae-hyun, weeps at a news conference in
Seoul January 27, 2003. Seok, a South Korean documentary photographer,
was detained by Chinese authorities while trying to document the 48
North Korean asylum seekers who attempted to flee aboard a fishing boat
in the eastern Chinese port city of Yantai on January 18, 2003. Kang
called on the South Korean government to pay more attention to the
plight of her husband, accused by China of engaging in human
trafficking. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

KKH/RCS
KOREA ASYLUM
RTRH91W
January 27, 2003
Kang Hae-won holds pictures of her husband, Seok Jae-hyun, at a news
conference in Seoul January 27,...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN WOMAN SHOWS PHOTOS OF HUSBAND DETAINED BY CHINESE
GOVERMENT.
Kang Hae-won holds pictures of her husband, Seok Jae-hyun, at a news
conference in Seoul January 27, 2003. Seok, a South Korean documentary
photographer, was detained by Chinese authorities while trying to
document the 48 North Korean asylum seekers who attempted to flee
aboard a fishing boat in the eastern Chinese port city of Yantai on
January 18, 2003. Kang called on the South Korean government to pay
more attention to the plight of her husband, accused by China of
engaging in human trafficking. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

KKH/RCS
KOREA
RTR155LE
January 18, 2003
South Korean men dressed as Chinese policemen "arrest" a mannequin
representing North Korean defector...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN MEN DRESSED AS CHINESE POLICEMEN PROTEST IN FRONT OF THE
CHINESE CONSULATE IN SEOUL.
South Korean men dressed as Chinese policemen "arrest" a mannequin
representing North Korean defector during a protest in front of the
Chinese consulate in Seoul, February 10, 2003. Protesters demanded on
Monday the release of 48 members of detained North Korean asylum
seekers who attempted to flee aboard a fishing boat in the eastern
Chinese port city of Yantai on January 18, 2003. REUTERS/Kim
Kyung-Hoon

KKH/DL
YANTAI
RTRD3AL
March 19, 1993
Members of the Li family make dumplings in their privately owned apartment in Yantai, China March 19,...
Yantai, United Kingdom
Members of the Li family make dumplings in their privately owned apartment in Yantai.
Members of the Li family make dumplings in their privately owned apartment in Yantai, China March 19, 1993. Reuters/Dennis Owen DY
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