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APEC Images: The APEC Press Corps

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

Journalists Covering APEC Meetings

Journalists are busy at a news briefing held at the International Media Center in Shanghai on Wednesday, October 17, 2001. Some 3,000 journalists from home and abroad are here to cover the ongoing APEC meetings.

High-speed Telecomm System for APEC Reporters

Staff of Xinhua News Agency work on the computers at the Shanghai International Media Center, Thursday, October 18, 2001. A state-of-the-art telecommunications system, composed of submarine cables, underground cables as well as telecom satellites, has been built to facilitate the coverage of the APEC events.

Joint APEC Ministerial Press Conference Held in Shanghai

A general view of a joint APEC ministerial press conference at the International Media Center in Shanghai on Thursday, October 18, 2001.

High-speed Telecomm System for APEC Reporters

A Malaysian reporter works on the computer at the Shanghai International Media Center, Thursday, October 18, 2001. A state-of-the-art telecommunications system, composed of submarine cables, underground cables as well as telecomm satellites, has been built to facilitate the coverage of the APEC events.


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