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<-Back to WTN Archives WTN ARCHIVE - January, 1997

WTN Archives: January, 1997

Sunday, January 5

1. The Dalai Lama (Sunday Times)
2. Taiwan to invite Dalai Lama for visit: paper (AFP)

Sunday, January 5 (2)

1. The Dalai Lama (Sunday Times)
2. Taiwan to invite Dalai Lama for visit: paper (AFP)

Sunday, January 5 (3)

1. The Dalai Lama (Sunday Times)
2. Taiwan to invite Dalai Lama for visit: paper (AFP)

Wednesday, January 15

1. EC Tibet Project Should Exclude NGOs, says China (TIN)
2. Rights group urges Gore to cancel China trip (Reuter)
3. Postpone Gore China Visit (AP)
4. Human rights group urges Gore to suspend plan to visit China (AFP)
5. "Separatism" seen as threatening stability in China (AFP)

Tuesday, January 21

1. Dalai Lama has no plans to visit Taiwan: spokesman
2. Twin quakes rock northwest China, 12 dead
3. CHINABYTE
4. Statements From Ministers of China in Portugal

Wednesday, January 22

1. Hollywood stars urge Clinton to act on China
2. China lashes out at US media coverage
3. Burmese democracy activist to receive first US honorary degree
4. Shoton - Tibetan Opera Festival in Dharamsala

Thursday, January 23

1. Chinese Pressure EC into Corner over Tibet Project
2. Upcoming Events on Tibet in Toronto
3. China's move to bury freedoms stirs HK controversy

Friday, January 24

1. China denounces Dalai Lama for spreading 'lies' about Tibet overseas
2. China's shadow assembly for HK emerges into the light
3. Human Rights Watch Statement and Hollywood Letter

Saturday, January 25

1. China Says Nobel Literature Prize Discriminatory

Sunday, January 26

1. China urges Tibet to strike autonomy seekers hard (Reuter)
2. China denounces Dalai Lama for spreading 'lies' about Tibet overseas
3. Tibetans to Face More Employment Opportunities
4. Dalai's Fabrications About Tibet Refuted (1)
5. Albright Vows Get Tough on China

Monday, January 27

1. Dalal Diplomacy - Tibetan leader's visit is a cross-strait coup
2. Plain Living
3. Burmese dissident Aung San Suu Kyi receives honorary US degree
4. Local protectionism bleeds China's state sector: survey
5. Patten warns Hong Kong press of risk of self-censorship

Tuesday, January 28

1. China Urges Drive to Shatter Dalai Lama Influence (Reuter)
2. Dalai Lama could visit Taiwan after all: spokesman
3. Voice of Tibet starts a half an hour programme on new frequency
4. Entire Tibetan Parliament in exile Supports the Wei Jingsheng's Candidacy for the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize
5. U.S. Officials Discussing Rights in China

Wednesday, January 29

1. The Secretary Is Tough
2. How the CIA helped Tibet fight their Chinese invaders
3. U.S. Report Slaps China Over Rights

Thursday, January 30

1. Letter to the WTN Editors
2. Police arrest 24 Tibetans for illegally entering Nepal
3. Taiwan sees the light in rivalry with Beijing
4. Taiwan president soul-searches with Hollywood hunk
5. Dalai Lama's Visit to Taiwan
6. News from Dharamsala
7. US report slams China for human rights abuses
8. 48 hr Fast for Ngawang Choephel
9. The Berlin Wall and China

Friday, January 31

1. Portraits of China's designated Panchen Lama to be hung throughout Tibet
2. China threatened foreign leaders over Dalai Lama: US report
3. China, Burma, Indonesia cited among Asian rights violators: US


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