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<-Back to WTN Archives WTN ARCHIVE - June, 1994

WTN Archives: June, 1994

Wednesday, June 1

1. Beijing considering "massive doses of preferential policies" for Tibet
2. Lhasa government works to improve sanitary conditions
3. Nepalese customs officials hold border talks in Tibet
4. Kyodo reports armed police clampdown on Lhasa demonstration
5. 'Renmin Ribao' views Tibet's economic development
6. 'Tibet Daily': Gyaincain Norbu delivers government work report
7. Tibet leaders join government work report discussions
8. Tibet congress hears reports on development plan and budget
9. Raidi attends forum to mark Military Service Law anniversary

Wednesday, June 1 (2)

1. More Arrests and Crackdown in Eastern Tibet (Eight Tibetans held in Chamdo)
2. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL USA DISMAYED BY CLINTON ADMINISTRATION STATEMENT ON CHINA AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Thursday, June 2

1. The Spirit survives
2. His Holiness the Dalai lama not shifting from Dharamsala

Friday, June 3

1. Kyodo reports that China using incarnated lama to calm Tibetan populace

Friday, June 3 (2)

1. Response to Xinhua interview of April 28, 1994

Friday, June 3 (3)

1. DALAI LAMA VISITS HOLLAND FOR TALKS ON TIBET - RECEIVES FREEDOM PRIZE
2. May Demonstrations in Lhasa - Further Details (TIN Report)
3. A National Canadian Tibet Confererence to be held July 9 & 10 in Calgary
4. CHINA SAYS TIBET SWAYED BY ``WITCHES AND WARLOCKS''
5. Dalai Lama will Wohnsitz in Indien nicht wechseln
6. The Dalai Lama to keep headquarters in Dharamsala
7. China urges Tibetan monks into business
8. CHINESE ENVOY SAYS DALAI LAMA STALLING TIBET TALKS

Friday, June 3 (4)

1. Clinton and China: How Promise Self-Destructed
2. Clinton Outlines Program Aimed at Human Rights in China .............. 55

Saturday, June 4

1. 'Xizang Ribao' prints Pagbalha Geleg Namgyai speech at CPPCC closing ceremony
2. Monasteries restoration project nears completion; lamas open business ventures
3. Xinhua on vegetable markets in Lhasa

Monday, June 6

1. CHINA'S DEMOCRACY MOVEMENT -- FIVE YEARS LATER (VOA Report)
2. Tight Security Measures in the PRC on the Tiananmen Square Anniversary
3. Congress to Introduce Legislation against MFN (VOA - Report)
4. Four letters in The Seattle Times of June 4. 1994

Tuesday, June 7

1. Tibet leader Raidi rallies cadres on "antisplittist struggle"
2. Almost 10,000 "fine Tibetan youths" have served in army in past 10 years

Tuesday, June 7 (2)

1. TIME magazine interview (reissue)
2. Chinese Leaders Conference in Ottawa
3. Fifth Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Demonstrations (VOA Report)
4. DALAI LAMA: IK KEER TERUG NAAR TIBET [Dalai Lama: I Return To Tibet]
5. 'ADHARAMSALA' ( About the recent conflicts in Dharamsala)

Wednesday, June 8

1. Gyaincain Norbu tells meeting: "Some households have even run out of grain"
2. Tibet government to put education at top of agenda
3. Tibet's development accelerated by reform and opening up
4. Tibet's infrastructure improvements include earth stations
5. God-king sees hope amid Tibet's despair

Wednesday, June 8 (2)

1. Lithang Monk Tortured to Death
2. Chamdo Report Reveals State of Education in Tibet

Wednesday, June 8 (3)

1. China slams criticism of human rights record
2. Dalai Lama says China will get democracy
3. ITALY PREMIER TO MEET DALAI LAMA IN ROME
4. Dalai lama wants referendum on Tibet
5. DALAI LAMA SAYS PRESSURE GROWS TO ABANDON NON-VIOLENCE
6. The Right Decision on China, -- Kissinger

Thursday, June 9

1. Dalai Lama announces his intention to organize referendum on future of Tibet

Friday, June 10

1. China Denounces US Report on Chinese Human Rights Abuses
2. Letters to the Editor: San Francisco Examiner (Re: MFN Decision)
3. Tibetans Join with Chinese to Commemorate Tian An Men Square Massacre
4. European Leaders Support the Dalai Lama to Negotiate with PRC -VOA

Friday, June 10 (2)

1. Dissident Nun dies in Tibet Jail
2. Canada Condemns Chinese Nuclear Test
3. Kalachakra Initiation in Lahaul Valley, July 1994.
4. Offer of Employment

Saturday, June 11

1. DALAI LAMA SAYS WILL STEP DOWN IF TIBET INDEPENDENT
2. European Union on Tibet ...
3. Clinton to Fight Congress' Efforts to Sanction China
4. Renewed Nonviolent Protest in Tibet

Wednesday, June 15

1. Tibet radio: excerpts from Gyaincain Norbu's work report
2. Tibet people's congress holds third plenum
3. Tibet meeting on human rights
4. Tibet leaders watch armed police corps' musical ensemble
5. Scientific, technological cadres 62% "Tibetans and other nationalities"

Wednesday, June 15 (2)

1. DALAI LAMA MEETING IN DOUBT AFTER CHINESE PROTEST
2. HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA VISITS ITALY
3. Chinese Culture Prettified
4. China Says Foreign Investors Reducing Spending in China
5. Chinese Manipulated U.S. Officials In Talks, Report Says -- Secrets Of Beijing Success Analyzed
6. Letter to WTN News

Wednesday, June 15 (3)

1. ***** URGENT ACTION REQUESTED ***************

Thursday, June 16

1. Tibet 'desperate'
2. The present situation for the people of Tibet

Friday, June 17

1. Italian President Meets the Dalai Lama
2. Dalai Lama von Berlusconi empfangen
3. Chinese Premier Li Peng to Visit Austria
4. India, China Sign Accord to Increase Trade............................ 22
5. Film: Living Buddha (About Gyalwa Karmapa Rinpoche)

Sunday, June 19

1. CHINA PROTESTS TO ITALY OVER DALAI MEETING
2. Italy honors Tibetan leader
3. Italy Ignores Chinese Warnings and Have Met The Dalai Lama (VOA Report)

Sunday, June 19 (2)

1. Tibet environmental communique
2. Raidi urges tightening Shigatse border control, strengthening cadre ranks

Tuesday, June 21

1. The Big Yin

Tuesday, June 21 (2)

1. Petition for preserving the ancient religious and domestic structures on the Tibetan plateau

Wednesday, June 22

1. Tibet "stepping up economic development"
2. Tibet forges economic ties with other regions
3. Lhasa customs office wins "glorious titles" for anti-smuggling efforts
4. Art troupe's tour shows Tibet's culture "is fully protected and flourishing"
5. News media, publications and printing developing quickly in Tibet
6. Tibetan meteorological professionals increasing
7. Tibet: lateral economic relations with inland provinces

Wednesday, June 22 (2)

1. Three Court Judgements Against Tanag Jigme Sangpo
2. Yumco lake ahead of schedule

Thursday, June 23

1. Tibet launches eight key construction projects
2. Xinhua views Tibetan language teaching
3. Tibet Military Region anniversary honours transport squad

Thursday, June 23 (2)

1. DALAI LAMA: TRADE, HUMAN RIGHTS INSEPARABLE
2. Changing Lifestyles
3. Message from Helsinki Tibet Group - re: China Army Band in Finland
4. Introduction - New Zealand Tibet office

Saturday, June 25

1. China Persecutes Christian Group for Past 15 Years

Monday, June 27

1. Secretary Chen Kuiyuan rebuffs "lies about turbulence and disturbances" in Tibet
2. Artificial insemination used to curb degeneration of yak populati on
3. Leader of Russia's Tuva Republic on Tibetans' "full right" to determine own fate

Monday, June 27 (2)

1. Tibet Separatists Exploit 'Flashpoints'
2. Geology: When Plates Collide

Monday, June 27 (3)

1. Tibetans Reclaim Ancient Ways; China Annexed Their Land and Trampled Their Culture, But Today They are Reviving
2. His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Visit Nicaragua to Address Conference on New and Restored Democracies

Tuesday, June 28

1. China's Li Peng Flies into Storm of Controversy
2. Chinese Premier Will Not Sign Vienna Visitors Book
3. Demonstrations Against Li Peng in Vienna Forbidden
4. Chinese Premier Opposes Rights Interference
5. Italian Officials Deny Key Charge
6. Letters: The Spirit Persists in Tibet
7. Letter: Baffling Logic on Trade with China
8. Urgent Action: Legislation to Impose Targetted MFN Sanctions; Ask Your Representatives to Co-Sponsor H.R. 4590

Wednesday, June 29

1. Li Peng Poses Trade-Versus-Rights Dilemma for Austria
2. Letter: Expand Boycott of Chinese Goods

Wednesday, June 29 (2)

1. Beijing to Take "Decisive Action" Against Tibet Separatists
2. Update on Li Peng's visit to Austria

Thursday, June 30

1. Tibet Refugees Die from Cold
2. Refugees Die from Cold, Part II: Other Routes and Reasons
3. China Eager to Join GATT


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