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

WTN Archives: July, 1995

Tuesday, July 4

1. At 60, Dalai Lama faces elation and heartbreak
2. China opens double track of far west railroad (Reuter)
3. Craftsmen struggle to preserve Tibetan culture

Wednesday, July 5

1. Dawn prayer, seminars open Dalai Lama celebrations
2. Dalai Lama arrives for 60th birthday celebrations (Reuter)
3. Update on Harry Wu - 7/4/95
4. CHN: CHINA SHUTS LID ON DISSENT AT UN WOMEN'S FORUM
5. China opens Tibet to foreign investment

Thursday, July 6

1. Dalai Lama calls for nuclear armaments halt
2. TIBETAN WOMAN NAMED TO CANADIAN HUMAN RIGHTS FOUNDATION
3. Tibetan Student Wins the Commonwealth Scholarship (CTC)
4. HUMAN RIGHTS GOPHER
5. CHINA: WOMEN IMPRISONED AND ABUSED FOR DISSENT

Friday, July 7

1. London celebrates His Holiness' 60th Birthday
2. Tension mounts in Tibet ahead of key anniversary
3. Dalai Lama calls on rich countries to share more
4. Security tightened in Tibet
5. The Dalai Lama celebrates his 60tth Birthday
6. Most of China's graduates now compete for jobs; reluctant to go to Tibet.
7. European Commission proposes new policy on China

Saturday, July 8

1. Tibetans in Tibet Defy to Celebrate the Dalai Lama Birthday
2. DALAI LAMA'S BIRTHDAY INSPRIES CULTURAL CELEBRATION
3. Shunning of the Dalai Lama The Daily Telegraphy -Letters TO THE EDITOR
4. Tibetans Demonstrate at UN 50th Anniversary Celebrations in San Francisco
5. Australian Senate Passes Resolutions on Dalai Lama and Beijing Conference
6. The Dalai Lama's Birthday and Recent Events in Madison, WI

Sunday, July 9

1. Tibetans Attempt Sabotage of Chinese Ceremonial Monument
2. China crushes Tibetan dream
3. Tibetan Tussle
4. Letter TO THE EDITOR, The London Telegraphy --By Peter Benenson, AI Founder
5. Unhappy returns?

Monday, July 10

1. Urgent Intervention Request: Tibetan Refugees in Nepal
2. Urgent Action (Amnesty International) Tibetan Lodroe Gyatso
3. Update on Harry Wu (Committee of 100 for Tibet)

Tuesday, July 11

1. Germany must press China on human rights - Amnesty
2. China says Mao allowed Dalai Lama to flee Tibet

Wednesday, July 12

1. Tibetans in New York and New Jersey Celebrate the Dalai Lama's Birthday
2. BBC Summaries of Chinese Media on Tibet
3. ARTICLE 19 RELEASES REPORT ON CENSORSHIP AT THE U.N.

Thursday, July 13

1. Birthday Party for Dalai Lama Draws Chinese Protest to India
2. China, U.S. to research plateau's ozone mystery
3. International Guests Celebrate Dalai Lama's 60th in Quebec

Friday, July 14

1. EP calls on China to release Tibetan boy and family
2. Jiang leaves Bonn after lucrative deals signed
3. China-Women's Conference
4. Monks Asked to Return Spanish Lama
5. Seeking China Deal, Bonn Shuns Rights Issue
6. The Dalai Lama's Birthday Celebrated in France

Saturday, July 15

1. Release Namdrol Lhamo
2. AI-USA Questions Clinton Lifting Ban on Military Technology to China
3. Chinese media reaction to Dalai Lama announcement of Panchen Rinpoche
4. Kalachakra Initiation in Mongolia

Sunday, July 16

1. European Parliament Condemns the Invasion and Occupation of Tibet
2. Foreign Entry Curbed Ahead of 30th Year of Chinese Rule
3. Anti-Chinese Positions Becoming More Common Now
4. Wu Joins Five American Citizens Held in Chinese Prisons

Monday, July 17

1. Letter to the Editor from the Founder of Amnesty International
2. Press release from the Norwegian Tibet Committee Women's section regarding Beijing Conference (NTC)
3. Norwegian Politician Willing to Offer his seat to a Tibetan Woman
4. Republicans Want Beijing Conference Boycott
5. Question of Tibet and Taiwan Women's Admittance to the Beijing Women's Conference Should be Answred by the Host Counrty, says Gertrude Mongella
6. German Officials Soft-pedals on Issue of Tibet
7. Religious and Political Prisoners in Labor Camps Near Three Gorges Dam Site in Hubei
8. 1.3 Million People Will be Displaced by Three Gorges Dam Constructuion

Tuesday, July 18

1. Troops enter Tashilhunpo, Shigatse Closed to Tourists (TIN)
2. CIRCULAR: The Kalachakra Initiation in Mongolia (TCIC)
3. Ontario Tibetans in Celebrate Dalai Lama's 60th Birthday (LDP)
4. Foreign assistance for rural health care in Tibet BBC SWB 18 July 1995
5. Chinese, foreign journalists arrive in Tibet BBC SWB 18 July 1995

Wednesday, July 19

1. LOCAL TIBETAN LONGS FOR HIS FAMILY
2. HIS EMINENCE SAKYA TRIZIN VISITS THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA

Thursday, July 20

1. Dalai Lama to Visit Trinadad and Tobago in September 1995
2. Dalai Lams's Birthday Celebrated Around Australia (ATC)
3. Panchen Lama's Family Held Incommunicado (Tibet Bureau)
4. China's first nuclear weapons research centre now "a bustling town"
5. House Still Formulating China Approach
6. House Sends China a Message
7. China MFN Trade Status to Survive in US House Bill
8. UN-Women's Conference
9. Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) Needs Help to Stay On Line

Friday, July 21

1. ECOSOC Meeting Update
2. United Nations Denies Accreditation to Tibetan NGOs
3. John Ackerly's Testimony in House of Representatives
4. UN-Women's Conference

Saturday, July 22

1. Tibetan Monks Arrested in Dispute Over Panchen Lama (ICT)
2. China Won Its Battle Today to Exclude Tibetans from Upcoming Beijing Conference
3. U.N. bars 11 groups from world women's conference
4. Letter from Australia Tibet Council (ATC)

Monday, July 24

1. China arrests monks in Tibet
2. Australian Tibetans Slam Exclusion From UN Meeting
3. AROUND THE WORLD - Tibetan, Iranian Exile Groups Kept From Women's Meeting
4. Hillary Rodham Clinton ponders visit to China
5. Thank you Chaksam-pa!
6. China says Tibet not threatened by immigrant tide

Tuesday, July 25

1. CONGRESSIONAL HEARING on International Women's Conference
2. Press Release from International Committee of Lawyers for Tibet
3. Brad Pitt to Star in TriStar's "Seven Years in Tibet"
4. Harry Wu Appeal in France

Wednesday, July 26

1. THE HUMAN RIGHTS UPDATE-XV (DIIR)
2. Heading for a Collision in Asia
3. Beijing residents see Taiwan as part of China
4. Severe Drought in Gansu Province has left 3 Million People Waterless
5. Chinese Exercises Raise Fears in Asia, U.S.; ...

Thursday, July 27

1. Tibetan child forces China's heavy hand
2. China-Women's Conference
3. Amnesty/ US / Beijing
4. Harry Wu's Case is Now in "investigative" Stage
5. China Denies Flooding Tibet With Han Immigrants

Thursday, July 27 (2)

1. 200 + Tibetans Repatriated by Nepal

Friday, July 28

1. DALAI LAMA, AT 60, IS A LONG WAY FROM HOME

Sunday, July 30

1. Large China trade mission headed here Building projects abound

Monday, July 31

1. China's Objection to Tibetans attending UN Conference on Women Understandable (Toronto Sun)


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