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APEC Images: Shanghai Decked Out For APEC

All images courtesy of http://www.apec-china.org.cn

Shanghai Decorated by "APEC"

Tourists walk past a parterre decorated with an APEC symbol at Yu Garden of Shanghai on Wednesday, October 17, 2001. Shanghai is the host of APEC 2001 meetings.

Ready to Welcome APEC Leaders

Two Shanghai girls waves while being photographed in front of the 88-storey Jing Mao Tower, China's tallest building, in Shangha. Leaders from the 21 APEC member economies have started to fly into the city for their annual summit this weekend.

Ready to Welcome APEC Leaders

Visitors walk under the newly-fixed APEC welcoming billboard in front of the Oriental Pearl Radio and TV Tower in Shanghai, Thursday, October 18, 2001. The complex of the world's 3rd highest TV tower serves as the media center for the ongoing APEC meetings. Leaders from the 21 APEC member economies will start to fly into the town Thursday for their annual summit this weekend.


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