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WTN Archives: November, 1999

Tuesday, November 2

1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama to visit Israel Again
2. Dalai Lama brings forward Israel trip to avoid clash with Chinese leader (AFP)
3. A Wave of Chinese Job-Seekers Threatens to Swamp Tibet's Culture (WP)
4. Cycle Rally from Chandigarh to Amritsar, 1 To 6 November , 1999
5. Pavilion of Tibetan Culture at Auroville

Wednesday, November 3

1. Written Answers to Questions on Tibet at House of Commons - British Parliament
2. UK business interests were an important factor in the visit (BBC)
3. The Fate of Tibet: When Big Insects Eat Small Insects By Claude Arpi/ Har-Anand (TB)
4. Letter to the Editor - 1
5. Letter to the Editor - 2

Thursday, November 4

1. Dalai Lama to visit Cape Town in December (Reuters)
2. Chinese Police opened fire at 3000 peaceful Protestors (TCHRD)
3. Letter to the Editor
4. Tibet of history was no Shangri-La (SPI)

Friday, November 5

1. Dalai Lama To Visit Cape Town In December (Reuters)
2. Tibetan settlement in Orissa damaged severly by the cyclone (CTRC)

Monday, November 8

1. A fresh appeal to the UN Child Right Committee (TYC)

Monday, November 9

1. 3,000 Tibean Karze, Kham (TCHRD)

Wednesday, November 10

1. Eighty Tibetan demonstrators jailed in Tibet (DIIR)

Thursday, November 11

1. His Holiness The Dalai Lama To Visit South Africa
2. Statement of the Steering committee of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO)
3. In Wake of Chinese Crackdown, U.S. Cities Resolve to Support Tibet (ICLT)

Friday, November 12

1. TYC Supports The Peaceful Demonstration In Karze County (TYC)
2. Tibetan Youth Congress Representatives To Lead First Asian Peacejam (TYC)
3. Canada-China Joint Committee On Human Rights Underway In Beijing

Saturday, November 13

1. Panchen Lama 'unharmed' (DT)
2. ICFTU Calls On UN Secretary General To Discuss Trade Union Detainees, Discrimination In Tibet With Beijing Authorities (ICFTU)
3. Rutgers program debunks stereotypes of Tibet and China relations (DTR)

Sunday, November 14

1. Annan pressured to raise human rights during visit to China
2. Over 100 Organisations worldwide sign Tibet appeal to UN Secretary General
3. Tibetans burn Chinese flag in Indian capital (AFP)
4. With friends like this ...
5. Letter to the Editor

Monday, November 15

1. Dalai Lama Asks Tibetans To Resist Westernization (AP)
2. University Lecturer in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, Oxford University

Tuesday, November 16

1. China demands Israeli speaker cancel Dalai Lama meeting (AFP)
2. China's Li Peng In Mauritius; Demonstrators Kept Away (AP)
3. Presses for Rights Improvements in China (HRW)
4. International Campaign for Tibet Calls on Congress to Condition WTO Deal (ICT)
5. Tibet supporters outraged by Clinton's WTO deal with China (MF)

Wednesday, November 17

1. Tibetan refugees detained in Nepal (BBC)
2. Tibet clings to identity, but it is growing weary (USA T)
3. About Kundun, The Presence (USA T)

Thursday, November 18

1. Law Group Opposes China=EDs Entry into WTO Cites Violations of Human Rights and International Law (ICLT)
2. Monk who scored a winner (DT)

Friday, November 19

1. With education must come meaning to life: Dalai Lama (TI)
2. Lin Peng Arrives in South Africa (PANA)
3. Tibet's environmental good Samaritans (CSM)

Saturday, November 20

1. Dalai Lama not seeking Tibet's independence from China (Reuters)
2. Monks mold sand into spiritual object (ANEN)
3. China trade agreement beneficial, Johanns says (LJS)

Sunday, November 21

1. Tibetans stage anti-China protest in India (AFP)
2. Dalai Lama arrives in Israel despite Chinese criticism (AFP)
3. Dalai Lama: Tibetan independence not my aim (JP)
4. Demonstration in Sichuan follows arrest of religious leader (TIN)

Monday, November 22

1. Tibet's brothers in arms spoil for a Fight (ST)
2. Dalai Lama Calls For Peace In The New Millennium (AP)
3. Lost Horizons

Tuesday, November 23

1. "China has misunderstood Tibetans" (KP)
2. Mr. Lang is requesting the authorization to visit the Panchen Lama (AFP)

Wednesday, November 24

1. Defying China, Israeli officials meet Dalai Lama (Reuters)
2. Dalai Lama joins interfaith prayer for rain (JP)
3. Dalai Lama: People becoming more spiritually inclined (Reuters)
4. Burg will meet Dalai Lama despite Chinese objections (H)

Thursday, November 25

1. 64 Tibetans including four women arrested near Mount Everest (AFP)
2. No light unto the nations (JP)
3. Meeting with Israeli Speaker by His Holiness: The last day in Israel (JP)
4. Israeli speaker defends decision to meet Dalai Lama (AFP)

Friday, November 26

1. Mbeki bows to China and snubs Dalai Lama (CT)
2. Tutu says disappointed Mbeki won't meet Dalai Lama (Reuters)
3. No plans for Central Tibetan Administration to move headquarters to Delhi (DIIR)
4. Burg, Sarid meet with Dalai Lama (JP)
5. Dalai Lama teaches Hadassah principles of Tibetan medicine (JP)

Saturday, November 27

1. The Dalai Lama still hopes to see President Thabo Mbeki (Reuters)
2. Students moved by monks' creation (NYT)
3. SFestival of Tibet 2000, Bombay

Sunday, November 28

1. Stick your tongue out at the Dalai Lama - it's the right thing to do (ST)
2. On sacred soil o (ST)
3. Religious leaders meet in Israel, urge peace

Monday, November 29

1. Mbeki has not Snubbed Dalai Lama: Aide (Sapa)
2. Questioning South Africa's freedom (SA)
3. Sacred Sand (AP)
4. Nordic TSGs Gather in Oslo

Tuesday, November 30

1. Canada ignores Human Rights in China Trade Deal (CTC)
2. From Bhutan to Hollywood (LT)
3. Palden Gyatso was a prisoner from 1959-1992 (RE)

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