Deputy Secretary Zoellick in China
Beijing and Chengdu, China
January 24, 2006
Deputy Secretary Zoellick is in China from January 24 - 25, as part of a trip that included a visit to U.S. Pacific Fleet headquarters in Hawaii and U.S.-Japan alliance discussions in Japan. In China, the Deputy Secretary first visited Beijing, where he discussed with senior foreign ministry and other senior Chinese government officials a broad range of bilateral and international issues. He also traveled to Chengdu, in China's southwestern province of Sichuan, where he will meet with senior local government officials and visit the Chengdu Panda Research Base. more on the trip
Click on images for larger versions, captions, and photo credits.
Deputy Secretary Zoellick with Premier Wen Jiabao at the Great Hall of the People.
Deputy Secretary Zoellick and Premier Wen Jiabao discuss a broad range of bilateral and international issues during their meeting.
Deputy Secretary Zoellick's press conference at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing.
Deputy Secretary Zoellick plays with Qing Zaid, an adult panda.
Deputy Secretary Zoellick with a 5-month-old panda cub.
Deputy Secretary Zoellick walks underneath banners showing pictures of panda cubs during a trip to a panda conservation center.
Deputy Secretary Zoellick receives a picture of Jing Jing, a 5-month-old panda cub.
Released on January 24, 2006