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<-Back to WTN Archives WTN ARCHIVE - April, 1993

WTN Archives: April, 1993

Saturday, April 3

1. China Releases Dissident Catholic Priest

Sunday, April 4

1. Untouched by Progress - Drungs
3. China Looks to Control Separatists In Tibet Through Buddhist Lamas

Tuesday, April 6

1. CBC Program on PRC Interference in Canadian Broadcasting to Air Tonight
2. Campaign to Block PRC Influence on Toronto Television Station
3. China's Influence Queried in Loan to TV Station

Thursday, April 8

1. Snowstorms Bury Qinghai
2. Dalai Lama to Visit Seatlle in June
3. Buddhism Gradually Reviving in Far Corner of Russia

Friday, April 9

1. PRC Airliner Hijacked to Taiwan; Hijackers Surprised by Arrest
2. Wildlife Conservation Groups Seek To Intervene and Protect Endangered Asian Sheep
3. Yeti Spotted at Dagmar

Saturday, April 10

1. U.S. Human Right Activists Don't Want Beijing to Host 2000 Olympics

Tuesday, April 13

1. Carpet manufacturing co. set up in Tibet
2. Dalai Lama "still prepared" for unconditional talks on Tibet
3. Construction of panchen lama pagoda enters final stage
4. Dalai Lama asks China to change tack on Tibet

Tuesday, April 13 (2)

1. We Win No Oscars for Tibet
2. Brief Programme of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Visit to the UK
3. Tibetan Struggle for the Land of Snows

Tuesday, April 13 (3)

1. Jiang Zemin Meets IOC President Juan Antonio Samaranch
2. News Briefs (7 Items): Preparation for and Opposition to Olympic Bid
3. China Is All Abuzz with Olympic Games Fervor
4. Dissident Arrested for Opposing Beijing's Olympic Bid
5. Sydney Says Olympic Votes Can't Be Bought
6. Spectacular Opening to 1st East Asia Games Sets Olympic Bid Alight
7. Samaranch Praises China's Qualifications

Wednesday, April 14

1. China, Taiwan Plan to Meet
2. Discussion -

Wednesday, April 14 (2)

1. Recent $1 Billion Buying Spree Termed a Bid to Preserve Trade Status
2. Farmer Unrest Forces Local Governments to Stop Issuing IOUs
3. Recent Debate From the Usenet Newsgroup soc.culture.china

Thursday, April 15

1. National Geographic Funding Conservation Programs
2. Re: China's Entry Into Tibetan Carpet Threatens Tibet

Friday, April 16

1. Toy Dump Planned by Toycotters in Washington, DC

Friday, April 16 (2)


Monday, April 19

1. Email appeal to President Clinton on HHDL visit to D.C.
2. Hello, Dalai

Monday, April 19 (2)

2. Amnesty Says Torture Widespread in China
3. Tibetans Put at Risk by Nuclear Plants in Qinghai
4. China and Russia to Cooperate on Nuclear Research
5. Ginsberg Benefit for Tibetan Monastery

Tuesday, April 20

1. Bhutan Blames Nepal for Breakdown in Refugee Talks
2. From Neo-Nazi Skinhead to Tibetan Monk?

Wednesday, April 21

1. No Bayonets in Lhasa
2. China Sets Multi-Billion Dollar Plan for Yangtze

Thursday, April 22

1. China Lowers Birth Rate to Levels in West; 6.5 Million Sterilized In '92, Official Says
2. China's Tarim Oil Holds Out Problems for Investors
3. Film: Mickey Lemle's Compassion in Exile

Thursday, April 22 (2)

1. Patten Appeals to U.S. Not to Link MFN to Hong Kong Democracy Dispute
2. More on Beijing's Quest for the 2000 Olympics
3. China Trade Bill Would Force President to Condition MFN
4. China Trade Bill Reintroduced in U.S. Congress

Friday, April 23

1. Democrats Reintroduce China Trade Legislation
2. More on U.S. Bill to Condition China's MFN Status

Sunday, April 25


Monday, April 26

1. Dalai Lama to Speak at the National Press Club and Other Events in DC
2. Washington Post Editorial: Tibet's Due
3. China to Establish World's Biggest Nature Reserve
4. Bad Weather Thwarts Attempt to Rescue Sherpa Climbers From Mount Everest

Monday, April 26 (2)

1. Pristine Tibet Denuded by Chinese Occupation
2. Dalai Lama's March 10th Statement

Tuesday, April 27

1. Guide For Cleansers
2. Dalai Lama Prays For WWII Holocaust Victims; Will Meet President Clinton
3. Why Abuses Should Deny China Games

Wednesday, April 28

1. UN Calls for Medical Checks on Prisoners in China
2. Dalai Lama meets US President, is Promised Help
3. China Criticises Clinton for Meeting Dalai Lama
4. U.N. Criticises China, Spain Over Torture Claims
5. Clinton Meets Dalai Lama, Pledges Help
6. Clinton Meets Dalai Lama, Presses China on Tibet
7. SDC Administrator: Dalai Lama Supports Toycott
8. China to allocate State Money on Nature Reserve in Tibet .....
9. China and Taiwan Hold First Formal Talks in 44 Years
10. China and Britain Ended Their First Round Talk

Thursday, April 29

1. Comments From a Recent Traveller to Tibet
2. Text of Stephanopoulos' Remarks on Clinton's Meeting With the Dalai Lama

Friday, April 30

1. Dalai Lama Hopes For More U.S. Support for Tibet
2. Dalai Lama Makes Renewed Appeal for Tibet
3. Clinton Gets Boost From Dalai Lama
4. Dalai Lama Pleased About Richard Gere's Comments on Oscar Night
5. Dalai Lama's Trip to Seattle Postponed?
6. EC Lectures China on Human Rights
7. Super High Quality Photos of Lhasa Available
8. Chinese Panda Conservation a Failure According to Leading Conservationist

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