De : Thuong Truong [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Envoyé : mercredi 21 octobre 2015 19:15
Objet : Fwd: :Cuộc đón tiếp Tập Cẩm Bình đến Vương quốc ANH .
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Chủ đề: :Cuộc đón tiếp Tập Cẩm Bình đến Vương quốc ANH .
Trả lời-Tới: NgocCam <email@example.com>Rất nhiều hình ảnh ,mời xem cho biết .(Thật khó hiểu :Anh Quốc xoay chiều kết thân Trung Cọng chỉ vì những hợp đồng béo bở; quên đi hết cựu thù qua vđ Hồng Koong và xưa nay Trung Cọng Anh quốc luôn là kẻ đối đầu cả Đạo lẫn Đường !)Mỹ quốc càng lúc càng mất dần bè bạn măn châu !(cám ơn M Hòa chuyển đến )NCAnh Quốc tiếp họ TẬP xôm tụ hơn sự lạnh nhạt của Hoa Kỳ.Special Report from Paul Sheat
Rolling out the red carpet: China’s glamorous First Lady steals the show as the Queen welcomes president Xi Jinping to Buckingham Palace at start of spectacular state visit
- Chinese president Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan were officially welcomed to mark start of state visit to UK
- The Queen and Prince Philip greeted the visitors alongside David Cameron and Home Secretary Theresa May
- Meeting comes at the start of a four-day state visit intended to cement economic ties between the two countries
- This afternoon, Mr Xi addressed Parliament and will attend glittering white-tie dinner at Buckingham Palace tonight+42The Queen was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh as she officially welcomed Chinese president Xi Jinping at the Horse Guards Parade+42+42The president’s wife, former rock star Peng Liyuan, wore a crisp ivory skirt suit, which she accessorised with an elegant brooch+42The Queen was joined by Mr Xi in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach as they made the journey along crowd-lined Mall towards the palace+42+42The Queen chose a pastel purple coat for the event, left, while the president’s wife, Peng Liyuan, opted for a tailored suit with black heels+42The Duchess of Cornwall was seen talking with president Xi’s wife, Deng Liyuan, as they left the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Knightsbridge+42+42The royal party were escorted by more than a thousand soldiers as they travelled down the Mall towards Buckingham Palace+42President Xi was introduced by John Bercow, left, before addressing both Houses of Parliament in the Royal Gallery this afternoon+42David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn were seated next to each other as they prepared for Mr Xi’s address to the Houses of Parliament+42Pictured from left, Prince Philip, Madame Peng Liyuan, the Queen and President Xi at the grand entrance to Buckingham Palace+42Controversial: Mr Bercow, right, praised pro-democracy campaigner Aung San Suu Kyi during as he introduced president Xi, left+42President Xi, pictured, said Britain and China are becoming ‘increasingly interdependent’ parts of a ‘community of shared ideas’+42The president’s speech was watched by his wife, Madame Peng, who changed outfits after her official welcome earlier in the day+42The visiting dignitaries were treated to a state carriage procession along the Mall before arriving at Buckingham Palace+42Supporters waving pro-Beijing banners could be seen above the crowds as the Kings Troop arrived at Buckingham Palace+42The procession made its way to Buckingham Palace, where the Queen will honour the president with a glittering white-tie dinner tonight+42After being greeted at the Horse Guards Parade, Mr Xi and his wife joined the Queen and Prince Philip for the procession to the palace+42The president and his wife were greeted by thousands of cheering spectators as they made their way along the Mall towards the palace+42President Xi was escorted by the Duke of Edinburgh as he passed members of the Household Cavalry at Horse Guards Parade+42Pictured from left, the Queen, president Xi, his wife, Peng Liyuan, and the Duke of Edinburgh at the event at Horse Guards Parade+42The Queen was joined by President Xi in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach for the journey from Horse Guards Parade to the+42More than a thousand soldiers and 230 horses joined members of the Royal Family to welcome the Chinese president+42Peng Liyuan, pictured, the presidentâ•˙s second wife, is a former rock star who rose to stardom singing fiercely patriotic anthems+42Hundreds of spectators, supporters and protestors lined the route as president Xi headed towards Buckingham Palace in a carriage+42The Duke of Edinburgh accompanied Mr Xi as he inspected a Guard of Honour during the ceremonial welcome of his four-day state visit+42+42President Xi was joined by Prince Philip as he inspected the troops at Horse Guards Parade, left. Right, his wife, Peng Liyuan+42The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall accompanied the Queen, Prince Philip, Mr Xi and his wife on the journey to Buckingham Palace+42+42The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall were on hand to greet the Chinese dignitaries, left, as Mr Cameron knelt to tie his shoes+42The Queen appeared in good spirits as she was met by politicians including Home Secretary Theresa May (pictured in a red hat)+42The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, left, joined the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh for the event to mark the start of the state visit+42The Queen and Prince Philip, pictured, arrived at Horse Guards Parade ahead of the ceremonial welcome of president Xi Jinping+42The royal couple, who will host president Xi at a banquet this evening, were greeted by the Prime Minister and Theresa May, right+42David Cameron and Theresa May arrived at Horse Guards Parade ahead of the ceremonial welcome for the Chinese president+42Members of the Household Cavalry stood to attention on Horse Guards Parade ahead of the official welcome of president Xi Jinping+42This morning, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cambridge met Mr Xi, pictured, and his wife at their hotel in central London+42Support: A young woman carries both Union and Chinese flags as she waited for the arrival of Chinese president Xi on the Mall today+42Stand-off: Flag-waving pro-China supporters parade past Amnesty International protesters with a traditional dragon (head pictured)+42Rival group: A pro-Tibet protester wears a Tibetan flag and carries a ‘free Tibet’ scarf as he stands alongside pro-China demonstrators
‘Queen of China’ arrives for an audience with the Queen of England: President and former pop star wife arrive in UK ahead of controversial Buckingham Palace stay
- Xi Jinping has arrived in UK as Britain rolled out red carpet and all the stops for the high-profile four-day visit
- Wife Peng Liyuan, 52, is national icon in her homeland thanks to a career singing fiercely patriotic anthems
- Known as Mama Peng, she is a fashion setter whose look is so popular she inspires women in China to copy her
- Mr Xi and his wife will stay as guests of the Queen at Buckingham Palace and will dine with David Cameron+16+16Rockstar arrival: China’s President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan disembark from their plane ahead of their four-day trip to the UK. Peng, also known as Mama Peng, is a star attraction in her home country+16Celebrity: Mr Hammond welcomes Peng Liyuan, who is the most high-profile and photogenic leader’s wife for decades. Her style is so popular in China, in constrast to former leaders’ wives, that women across the nation imitate it+16Superstar: Peng, known as Mama Peng to her fans, is hailed as a fashion icon across the country in contrast to former First Ladies, and her look has become so popular that she has even inspired many Chinese women to copy it+16+16Exclusive union: The pair married in in 1987 in a ceremony so secret that only top party officials even knew they had tied the knot for the first several years of the union.+16Welcoming: Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives at Heathrow and is handed a bouquet of flowers ahead of his state visit+16Mr Xi Jinping arrives in the UK at the start of a four-day state visit which David Cameron said hails a ‘golden era’ in ties between the two countries+16Britain rolls out the red carpet for the Chinese President and his wife after they touched down at Heathrow+16Mr Xi is greeted by Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond after touching down for his four-day stay in Britain+16Supporters of Mr Xi gather outside the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, in Knightsbridge, London, where the president is spending the first night of his state visit+16Supporters wait outside the hotel hoping to catch a glimpse of the President, who is making the first Chinese state visit to the UK since 2005+16Police camp outside the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Knightsbridge ahead of the President’s stay tonight+16Mr Hammond and Mr Xi in a meeting after he touched down in London for his four-day state tour+16China flags are already flying in the Mall outside Buckingham Palace ahead of the high profile visit this week+16Chinese and British flags and paper lanterns are strung across Gerrard Street in London’s Chinatown
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