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

WTN Archives: July, 1997

Friday, July 4

1. If China can live with Hong Kong, then why not Tibet? (BG)
2. Tibetan Institue of Performing Arts Tour

Saturday, July 5

1. Does Anyone Remember Tibet? (WP)

Sunday, July 6

1. Tibetan family attacked for being "Chinese agents" (AFP) 1. Austrian Mountaineer and Explorer Heinrich Harrer Responds to Allegations of Nazi (EW)
2. Beijing accuses Dalai Lama followers of corrupting religious customs (AFP)
3. Austrian Mountaineer and Explorer Heinrich Harrer Responds to Allegations of Nazi (EW)

Monday, July 7

1. The clan which embodies the soul of a nation
2. Tibet builds biggest park (Xinhua)
3. China says can use HK handover to fight Dalai Lama (Reuter)

Wednesday, July 9

1. Debate on Tibet at the House of Commons (Lower House of British Parliament) on 25 June 1997
2. Appeal of Luxembourg

Thursday, July 10

1. Debate on Tibet at the House of Commons (Lower House of British Parliament)
2. 'Long Live Tibet' - CD Album

Thursday, July 10 (2)

1. Debate on Tibet at the House of Commons (Lower House of British Parliament)
2. 'Long Live Tibet' - CD Album

Friday, July 11

1. Hanging On - Tibet's capital struggles to cope with an assault of new values (TM)
2. China warns Estonia against inviting Dalai Lama
3. State Department Travel Information - Tibe

Saturday, July 12

1. Tibet Marks Hong Kong Return with Celebrations and Film (TIN)

Monday, July 14

1. To Integrate Tibet, China Tries Economic Lures (DJ)
2. Seven Years In Tibet (AP)
3. Ecotourism Project on Mt Everest To Reduce Poverty (XINHUA)

Wednesday, July 16

1. Pro-China business interests ruling Hong Kong
2. Bhutan, China near border deal
3. China planning ecotourist devlopment on Tibetan side of Mount Everest
4. Tibetan Freedom Concert
5. Chinese tunnel linking Tibet to Sichuan province collapses, kills 12

Thursday, July 17

1. Birth Control Policy in Tibet (DIIR)
2. TIPA's new CD "Dhama Suna" to be released in September
3. Sino-UNDP ecotourism project to benefit Tibetans

Friday, July 18

1. Chinese human rights official defends Beijing record
2. CONGRESS PREPARES 11 BILLS CONCERNING MAINLAND CHINA
3. International Herald Tribune, Letters to the Editor, page 9:

Friday, July 25

1. Carter Says Sino-US Vision Lost
2. Persecution of the spirit
3. THE CHALLENGES OF GOVERNANCE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Saturday, July 26

1. CHINA'S CHALLENGE: INDIA SHOULD NOT IGNORE IT

Sunday, July 27

1. HAS DISNEY BECOME THE FORBIDDEN STUDIO?
2. `Tibet' Is About Change
3. Chinca Freezes Disney Projects
4. New Dam Said to Make Electricity for Pump-Storage Scheme

Monday, July 28

1. "A MOTHER'S CRY UNHEARD"
2. Episcopal Church of the U.S. Passes Resolution on Tibet
3. 1997 tour by the Tibetan Institute for Performing Arts in North America
4. Govt to phase out curbs on tourism in northeast

Tuesday, July 29

1. Re-Education of Monks is a "Basic Policy", says Chen
2. The Fire Within - Dissident Voice (FEER) Excerpts from Wei Jingsheng's letters from prison
3. DANCES FROM THE ROOF OF THE WORLD (WTA) Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) Comes to Madison

Wednesday, July 30

1. After Decades,Tibet Won't Bend to Chinese Ways
2. State Department appoints special coordinator for Tibet
3. United States to Name Special Coordinator for Tibet
4. Hong Kong court bows to China's supremacy
5. Chinese leader must meet challenge
6. Ideological rift revealed among Chinese leaders
7. Students for a Free Tibet Office moves

Thursday, July 31

1. US creates 'envoy' to watch Tibet
2. US Congress Hails Decision to Establish Tibetan Affairs position
3. Fearful China keeps its boy leader out of Tibet
4. Yungchen Lhamo to Appear at the Lilith Fair=20
5. Tibet's books
6. China's propaganda czar tightens grip=20 Media ordered to praise Communists ahead of congress=20
7. Upping the volume on Burma - Editorial

Thursday, July 31 (2)

1. US creates 'envoy' to watch Tibet
2. US Congress Hails Decision to Establish Tibetan Affairs position
3. Yungchen Lhamo to Appear at the Lilith Fair=20
4. Tibet's books
5. China's propaganda czar tightens grip=20 Media ordered to praise Communists ahead of congress=20
6. Upping the volume on Burma - Editorial


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