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"Zhenghe" arrives at Halifax port

2012-06-26 02:49:49 GMT2012-06-26 10:49:49(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Overseas Chinese greets Chinese Navy training vessel "Zhenghe" upon its arrival at Halifax port, Canada, June 25, 2012. "Zhenghe" arrived at Canada's Halifax Monday, starting a three-day trip to the country to promote friendship. The "Zhenghe," started its five-month journey from the port city of Dalian in northeast China in mid-April, is scheduled to pay port calls to 11 countries, covering more than 30,000 nautical miles. (Xinhua/Ma Dan)

Overseas Chinese greets Chinese Navy training vessel "Zhenghe" upon its arrival at Halifax port, Canada, June 25, 2012. "Zhenghe" arrived at Canada's Halifax Monday, starting a three-day trip to the country to promote friendship. The "Zhenghe," started its five-month journey from the port city of Dalian in northeast China in mid-April, is scheduled to pay port calls to 11 countries, covering more than 30,000 nautical miles. (Xinhua/Ma Dan)

Chinese Navy training vessel "Zhenghe" is welcomed by Canadain Navy's Guard of Hornor upon its arrival at Halifax port, Canada, June 25, 2012. "Zhenghe" arrived at Canada's Halifax Monday, starting a three-day trip to the country to promote friendship. The "Zhenghe," started its five-month journey from the port city of Dalian in northeast China in mid-April, is scheduled to pay port calls to 11 countries, covering more than 30,000 nautical miles. (Xinhua/Ma Dan)

Liao Shining (3rd L), deputy chief of staff of Chinese Navy, is welcomed by David Gardam, Commander of Canadian Maritime Forces Atlantic/Joint Task Force Atlantic after Chinese Navy training vessel "Zhenghe" arrived at Halifax port, Canada, June 25, 2012. "Zhenghe" arrived at Canada's Halifax Monday, starting a three-day trip to the country to promote friendship. The "Zhenghe," started its five-month journey from the port city of Dalian in northeast China in mid-April, is scheduled to pay port calls to 11 countries, covering more than 30,000 nautical miles. (Xinhua/Ma Dan)

Liao Shining (3rd L), deputy chief of staff of Chinese Navy, inspects Canadian Navy's Guard of Hornor after Chinese Navy training vessel "Zhenghe" arrived at Halifax port, Canada, June 25, 2012. "Zhenghe" arrived at Canada's Halifax Monday, starting a three-day trip to the country to promote friendship. The "Zhenghe," started its five-month journey from the port city of Dalian in northeast China in mid-April, is scheduled to pay port calls to 11 countries, covering more than 30,000 nautical miles. (Xinhua/Ma Dan)

Overseas Chinese greets Chinese Navy training vessel "Zhenghe" upon its arrival at Halifax port, Canada, June 25, 2012. "Zhenghe" arrived at Canada's Halifax Monday, starting a three-day trip to the country to promote friendship. The "Zhenghe," started its five-month journey from the port city of Dalian in northeast China in mid-April, is scheduled to pay port calls to 11 countries, covering more than 30,000 nautical miles. (Xinhua/Ma Dan)

"Zhenghe" arrived at Canada's Halifax Monday, starting a three-day trip to the country to promote friendship.

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