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August 09, 2008
A Chinese boy washes clothes behind a fence erected to hide a slum from passers-by as part of the preparations...
Beijing, China
A Chinese boy washes clothes behind a fence erected to hide a slum from passers-by as part of the preparations...
A Chinese boy washes clothes behind a fence erected to hide a slum from passers-by as part of the preparations for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, in the city's Jian Guo Men district August 8, 2008. China celebrates its ancient past and modern power when the Olympics open on Friday, looking to put criticism behind it as world leaders arrived in Beijing. The opening ceremony is the culmination of seven years of hard work that reshaped the capital, and sets the seal on a sustained economic boom that has seen China emerge as a new superpower. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA)
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