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Tuesday, January 16, 1996



5. Update on The Office of Tibet web site


The Office of Tibet, London's web site

new address: http://gn.apc.org/tibetlondon/
old address: http://gn.apc.org/tibetlondon

1) Updated in the main directory

a) * Courses in Buddhist Philosophy and Tibetan Language
by the Library of Tibet Works and Archives in Dharamsala's
courses in Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan language for 1996

b) Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts
- Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts - aim ands objectives
- The Story of Sukyi Nyima - the opera
- The Story of Pema Woebar - the opera

c) Tibet House Trust


Updates under subdirectories

2) the Present Situation in Tibet directory

a) TIBET AT A GLANCE
b) STRIVING UNDER SURVEILLANCE
A report on the human rights situation in Tibet in 1994.
Published by Human Rights Desk, Department of Information
and International Relations of the Tibetan Government in Exile,
Dharamsala, India.
c) Recap of the Human Rights Situation in Tibet for 1995 - 8 December 1995

2) the Tibetan Women

a) THE TIBETAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION
- An Introduction to the Tibetan Women's Association -
Its aims and objectives and projects.
c) A STATE-OWNED WOMB
- Violations of Tibetan Women's Reproductive Rights
A Report by The Tibetan Women's Association,
Central Executive Committee, Dharamsala
d) TEARS OF SILENCE: Tibetan Women and Population Control
- A Report by The Tibetan Women's Association, Dharamsala, May, 1995

E-mail: tibetlondon@gn.apc.org
Internet: http://www.gn.apc.org/tibetlondon/


Articles in this Issue:
  1. Luxury sedan for 6-year-old spiritual leader
  2. Robbery disrupts China's high road to Tibet
  3. Taiwan sending Imperial treasures on U.S. tour
  4. Snowstorm paralyses northwest China trains
  5. Update on The Office of Tibet web site
  6. Former hunters now protecting rare wild animals in Tibet



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