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<-Back to WTN Archives WTN ARCHIVE - February, 1995

WTN Archives: February, 1995

Wednesday, February 1

1. PRESS RELEASE FROM INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR TIBET
2. REPORT BY STATE DEPARTMENT FAULTS BEIJING ON RIGHTS ABUSE

Thursday, February 2

1. Himalayan Trip Offers a Glimpse Into India's Past
2. DUTY RELIEF TO BOOST NEPAL CARPET EXPORTS TO EU
3. POETS ALLEN GINSBERG AND PATTI SMITH TO READ AND PERFORM AS BENEFIT FOR JEWEL HEART TIBETAN CULTURAL AND MAHAYANA BUDDHIST CENTERS.

Thursday, February 2 (2)

1. Human Rights Update- VII
2. China After Deng
3. VOA daily digest of the Tibetan Broadcast Service

Friday, February 3

1. State Department Report on China's Human Rights Report on Tibet
2. JOURNALISTS CONDEMN HARASSMENT OF INDIAN PHOTO-JOURNALIST AND DEMAND EXPULSION OF CHINESE DIPLOMAT IN BOMBAY

Thursday, February 3 (2)

1. 110 Political Arrests in Tibet in 1994

Tuesday, February 7

1. China's Deng, 90, in good health, says daughter
2. Clinton stands by human rights report
3. China slams U.S. report on human-rights abuses
4. China Accuses US of Meddling in China's Internal Affairs
5. Rights abuses continue in China, U.S. says
6. EP REX committee discusses Tibet, CIS
7. Dalai Lama Predicts Tibet's Independence Struggle Possible

Tuesday, February 7 (2)

1. An Analysis of the 1994 State Department Human Rights Report

Wednesday, February 8

1. The Festival on "Women from Roof of the World"
2. Muslim-Tibetan Clashes; Monk Killed

Wednesday, February 8 (2)

1. Tibetan bloodletting cure proves popular in China
2. U.S., China prepared to resume trade talks
3. China steps up cultural investment in Tibet
4. Foreign Journal; Hungry for Their Roots
5. Communists slam dalai lama's supporters

Thursday, February 9

1. Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women Releases Report (CTC)
2. Opinion Roundup on U.S.- China Trade Dispute (VOA)
3. Editorial Expressing Policies of the United States Government

Friday, February 10

1. Lhasa radio reports 1994 public protest attempts
2. Tibet study of Deng Xiaoping's theory "inadequate"
3. Tibet had its "best legislation" in 1994
4. More efforts against splittism demanded by Tibet official
5. Record increase in Tibet industry in 1994
6. Report reviews Tibet's capital construction in 1994
7. Tibet's progress in opening up in 1994
8. Tibet's market performance in 1994

Friday, February 10 (2)

1. Letters to the Editor of Globe and Mail

Saturday, February 11

1. A Personal Legacy Left Untouched (ICT)
2. Tibet's Leading Prisoner Speaks out as UN Reports on Religion in China
3. UN Calls for Change in China's Constitution -
4. China-US-Tension (AP)
5. Richard Gere Writes Forward in the "World of Tibetan Buddhism (UPI)

Tuesday, February 14

1. India to cut troops along China border (AP)
2. Fingernail in dish sparks brawl in Lhasa

Tuesday, February 14 (2)

1. QOMOLANGMA DIARY
2. Nepal will not Allow Tibetan Peace March
3. THE PEACE MARCH: An Open Letter

Tuesday, February 14 (3)

1. Tibetan company to list A shares in Shanghai
2. Lhasa silent over Tibet disturbances
3. Fingernail in dish sparks brawl in Lhasa

Tuesday, February 14 (4)

1. An Update on the Globe and Mail/Jan Wong Articles

Wednesday, February 15

1. Tibet public security conference on smashing "Dalai clique's splittist... activities"

Wednesday, February 15 (2)

1. China make hero of Tibetan for protecting wildlife (Reuter)
2. CHINA TO PUT 7 BILLION YUAN IN THREE GORGES PROJECT IN 1995

Thursday, February 16

1. 14 Monks Detained from "Outstanding Monastery (TIN) (More on December Protests by Sang-ngag Kha Monks)

Thursday, February 16 (2)

1. Chinese reactions to Tibet ethnic clashes reports
2. Reports about inter-enthnic clashes in Lhasa denied
3. Tibet TV calls for struggle against "Dalai clique" using "dirty tricks" for "sinful ends"
4. Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme's birthday celebrated
5. Struggle against separatism top of Tibet judicial, public security agenda
6. Tibet campaigns to improve teachers' living standards
7. Tibet leadership appearances
8. Dalai Lama to visit Taipei when "time is right"
9. New Nepal government: Tibet "an inseparable part of China"

Saturday, February 18

1. Press Statement from New Delhi

Saturday, February 18 (2)

1. Nepal to Block Tibetan's March to Lhasa

Monday, February 20

1. PALDEN GYATSO

Tuesday, February 21

1. China to promote use of Tibetan language (Reuter)
2. Tibet company makes spectacular market debut
3. Big hurdles loom in U.S.-China talks
4. Fire damages southwest China temple

Wednesday, February 22

1. Tibetan ex-Political Prisoner Addresses United Nations Commissioner

Thursday, February 23

1. Tibetans' "lack of understanding" of air defence work leads to publicity drive
2. Tibet authorities encourage people to report offences
3. Tibet law court work conference opens
4. Tibet CPPCC denounces "Dalai clique"
5. "Stable social situation" attracts overseas Tibetans
6. Tibet speeds up pace of local legislation
7. Tibet leadership appearances
8. Tibet Firm breaks region's isolation from stock market
9. "Increasingly booming market" in Tibet

Thursday, February 23 (2)

1. China Warns of New Peril To U.S. Ties Washington is Told to Drop Rights Move

Friday, February 24

1. China's Ethnic Divisions Are Showing Up and Could Cause Trouble
2. Tibet security, judicial meeting: more attention to anti-splittism
3. Telecoms Posts and Telecommunications Grows Rapidly in Tibet
4. Human right group blasts Three Gorges Dam
5. Tibetan items appearing on the broadcasts (From the VOA Daily Digest)

Friday, February 24 (2)

1. Message to the participants of the Peace March by His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Friday, February 24 (3)

1. Tibetans Defer Delhi-Lhasa March

Friday, February 24 (4)

1. Message from the Secretary of the Tibetan Peace Manch Movement
2. Press Statement from the Organizers

Saturday, February 25

1. China Says Threat of Violence is Rising in Tibet (ICT)
2. U.S., China sign $4 billion in deals (UPI)
3. China starts at grassroots to build democracy (Reuter)
4. CHINA / INDIVIDUALISM

Sunday, February 26

1. Tibetan tells of Chinese torture

Monday, February 27

1. Exiled Tibetans postpone march to Lhasa (PTI)
2. Chinese security forces on red alert in Tibet (AFP)
3. No Anti-china Activities Allowed in Nepal: Minister (Xinhua)
4. China Denies U.S. Human Rights Claim (UPI)
5. China says no crackdown on dissidents (Reuter)
6. U.S., China Try for Deal To Meet Sanctions Deadline; Last-Minute Agreement Sought to Avert Trade War (WP)
7. China to boost number of officials in Tibet (Reuter)

Tuesday, February 28

1. Tibetan monk tells of 30 years of Chinese torture (London Telegraph)
2. Press Release from Indiana Tibet Committee

Tuesday, February 28 (2)

1. Tibet accelerates market economic development; retail sales up
2. Tibet benefits from bank loans
3. Outstanding technicians to be sent to Tibet
4. "Tibet's economic development depends mainly on the central government's support"
5. Tibet handled 765 "splittist" and criminal cases last year
6. Exiled Tibetans postpone march to Lhasa
7. Lobbying Parliamentarians

Tuesday, February 28 (3)

1. Tibetan monk relives jail ordeal
2. Tibet monk tells of 30 years of Chinese torture
3. Buddhist monk describes torture in Tibet
4. MONK'S 30 YEARS OF TORTURE

Tuesday, February 28 (4)

1. TIBETAN KALACHAKRA SAND MANDALA, PARLIAMENT HOUSE, CANBERRA

Tuesday, February 28 (5)

1. The Road Not Taken (NY Times)
2. Letter to the Editor, NYT: U.S. Still Presses China on Prisoners
3. Demonstrations in Lhasa (TIN)


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