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WTN Archives: September, 2006

Published by the Canada Tibet committee

Friday, September 1

1. Nobel laureates, teens set to jam for peace
2. Letter from China: The patience of China vs. the patience of Tibet
3. University Libraries mount exhibits Exhibits to spotlight life and thought of Dalai Lama
4. Parking rules are set for Dalai Lama visit
5. Human face of the Dalai Lama
6. Dalai Lama has visits set for Ulster
7. China media censors "blacklist" Tibetan princess
8. Tibetan monk seeks political asylum
9. Martin's pedal power raised ¤60,000 for children in Tibet
10. Chinese Train Carries Controversy
11. China-to-Tibet Train Derails, Delaying Thousands
12. Going strong The Nepal-Japan golden jubilee has a lot to celebrate

Saturday, September 2

1. Tibetans Celebrate 46th Democracy Day
2. Eleven Nobel Peace Prize winners descend on Denver
3. Land of Many Faces Nepal is a junction between the peoples of Asia
4. Chinese whispers
5. 3rd civil airport operates in Tibet
6. China inaugurates new airport in remote, mountainous corner of Tibet
7. Rail travel to Tibet expected for National Day holiday
8. Tibet Railway, With Oxygen Tanks, Brings Hyatt Hotel
9. Faith in Brief Demand for Buddhist classes spreads to Hendricks County

Sunday, September 3

1. The second liberation of Tibet?
2. Seven days in Tibet: China's giant footprint looms large on Tibet, Canadians discover
3. News ban on Tibetan princess
4. Democracy turns 46, democratic values still at teens
5. Advanced technology to aid planes at Tibet's newest airport
6. China positive on extension of Qinghai-Tibet railway to Nepal: Oli

Monday, September 4

1. Tibetans celebrate 'Democracy Day'
2. Tibetans should inculcate democratic values'
3. COUNTER VIEW: Is Gandhism relevant in today?
4. Shanghai in race for rail link to Tibet
5. Tibet in Exile
6. Bhutanese, Tibetan students to play in Delhi basketball meet

Tuesday, September 5

1. Lone Tibetan monk stages demonstration in Lhasa Barkhor street
2. Upcoming weeks for His Holiness the Dalai Lama
3. First Tibet-bound train reaches city
4. Miss Tibet contest Oct 13-15
5. International Campaign for Tibet opens Brussels office

Wednesday, September 6

1. Campus libraries check out Tibet
2. New Dalai Lama DVD Release Delivers Life & Enlightenment
3. A Tale of Gold Evokes Another. Remember That Goose?
4. National award for Tibetan teachers
5. The Great Tibetan Laughter Show
6. Dalai Lama to build education centre
7. British Columbians Choose Inner Peace Over Wealth
8. Jason reaches Tibet in marathon journey

Thursday, September 7

1. PM's aide to meet Dalai Lama during visit
2. B.C. set to welcome Dalai Lama The time is right for visit from the spiritual icon, his old friend says
3. Plight of Tibetans overlooked
4. Food, facts, fun all part of Dalai Lama Experience
5. Day of Learning focuses on Dalai Lama's message Activities designed to educate campus on theme of DSS lecture
6. UB Art Gallery to present "Tibetan Art from the Rubin Museum of Art"
7. Richard Gere Offers Commentary To Dalai Lama Film
8. Survey finds 61 Percent Germans Admire the Dalai Lama
9. Feel the power of film World premieres highlight second annual Spiritual Film Festival
10. Analysis: No room for Shangri-la in China
11. Librarian's talk on China, Tibet

Friday, September 8

1. Harper's China policy unclear
2. Dalai Lama promotes maternal happiness in controversial visit
3. Spiritual message at City Hall
4. His mission: Education of the heart
5. Dalai Lama laughs off China's criticism
6. Dalai Lama proud to be honorary Canadian
7. The Dalai Lama Visits Canada
8. Recording student's CD will be given to Dalai Lama during visit
9. Transcript: Interview with the Dalai Lama
10. Dalai Lama to visit Japan for 2 weeks from Oct. 30
11. EP adopts report critical of human rights violations in China

Friday, September 8 (2)

1. "Dreaming Lhasa" premieres in Seattle
2. Seminar held in Indian Institute of Mass Communication.
3. ANOTHER VOICE, ANOTHER LOOK
4. Containment with Chinese Characteristics Beijing Hedges against the Rise of India

Saturday, September 9

1. In Little Tibet Home is a China borough. Virtual home is still a long trek away.
2. 'I Can't Be A Monk In China' A nine-year-old tells his story of escape and of his first lesson in survival: lies
3. Analysis: Shangri-la ever elusive in China
4. Dalai Lama brings teens a message of compassion Tibetan Buddhist leader's simple words leave restless young people spellbound
5. An entertaining and critical Dalai Lama urges B.C. youth to create compassion
6. The Dalai Lama's mystery tour Why did he come to B.C.? He was invited
7. Learning life lessons from the Dalai Lama
8. Canada's honoring of Dalai Lama to mar bilateral ties: scholars
9. Canadians Targeted for Controversial Tibet Investments
10. Dalai Lama will make two stops in Ulster County

Sunday, September 10

1. Dalai Lama -- World Peace begins with Inner Peace
2. Dalai Lama wows thousands
3. Dalai Lama presented with honorary Canadian citizenship
4. Politics, bliss in perfect harmony Dalai Lama deftly balances lobbying and laughter
5. Dalai Lama speaks with scientists about stress
6. Dalai dialogue
7. China-Tibet railway challenges ancient Tibet culture
8. Analysis: Benefits of new Tibet railway
9. Tibet at a price
10. China, Dalai Lama at impasse over Tibet Beijing sees it as province; Tibetans want own nation
11. Monk accepts challenge to make Buddhist center solvent
12. Elaine Mellencamp serves on center's interfaith board
13. A pawn in the game of Chinese checkers
14. Air Deccan to start flights to Kangra Valley

Monday, September 11

1. Dalai Lama plays 'yeti' among sheep and yaks in Vancouver
2. Humble Dalai Lama simply a superstar
3. The Dalai Lama's visit to Canada draws strong reaction from the Chinese gouvernment
4. Business, social leaders come together for dialogue on change
5. Here are a few insights from the Dalai Lama's public talk, Cultivating Happiness, at GM Place:
6. Interfaith Service to Honor Dalai Lama's Visit
7. Tony Blair: Stand up for human rights and freedom of expression.
8. China Plans to Extend Qinghai-Tibet Railway to South Asia
9. On the Road Tranquillity Amid the Gridlock
10. In Kashmir, India's answer to China's Tibet rail
11. First Tibetan medical culture museum opens in northwest China

Tuesday, September 12

1. Dalai Lama Brings Divine Touch to the Faithful in Pasadena
2. A primer for the Dalai Lama's visit
3. Vice-Chair to represent Tibetans to avert Majnu-Ka-Tilla demolition threat
4. Postcard From Tibet
5. Tibetan City Opens World's Highest Bottling Plant; Manufacturing Begins at 14,000 Feet above Sea Level
6. China lifts restrictions on travel to Tibet
7. Chinese delegation of Tibetologists brief Belgian legislator on Tibet
8. No Trade With China Until Tibet Is Free
9. Tibet must not be ignored during China's Premier, Wen Jiabao's visit to London.

Thursday, September 14

1. US Congress Passes Bill to Award the Dalai Lama the Congressional Gold Medal (ICT)
2. Dalai Lama to get highest US civilian honour (AFP)
3. Pelosi Remarks on Awarding Dalai Lama Congressional Gold Medal
4. China expresses "strong dissatisfaction" over congressional gold medal for Dalai Lama
5. The Dalai Lama awarded the US Congressional Gold Medal (UK Tibet Society)
6. Waves on the Turquoise Lake: Contemporary Expressions of Tibetan Art
7. Westerners can't just succeed anymore they have to follow every success with another one IS (TS)

Friday, September 15

1. Fourteenth Dalai Lama Congressional Gold Medal Act (US Congress)
2. China strongly opposes U.S.awarding congressional gold medal to Dalai Lama (Xinhua)
3. Blair censored by China over Human Rights during Premier Wen's visit to London (FTC)
4. Moves to Rapidly Integrate Resource-Rich Tibet
5. EU-China Summit Statement Avoid Tibet Mention
6. Dalai Lama Suggests A Hollywood Movie About Buddha
7. Prachanda insists on India role (Tribune, Nepal)
8. Qinghai-Tibet railway forces airlines to slash prices on flights to Lhasa

Sunday, September 17

1. Dalai Lama Tells Youths: War Is Outdated (AP)
2. Nobel laureates encourage young people to address poverty, racism
3. Nobel Laureates Ask Youth to Push Peace
4. Noble view
5. Nobel Laureates Cite Poverty Among Obstacles To World Peace

Monday, September 18

1. The wisdom of the Dalai Lama (RMN)
2. Visions of peace (Denver Post)
3. Tibet: China's little treasure (Asia Times)
4. China keen on Canadian ties (Globe and Mail)
5. Canada has a hand to play in helping tibet (The Ottawa Citizen)
6. First Tibetan named deputy minister of United Front in Beijing (TibetInfo)
7. Chinese Religious Delegation visits Oslo – comments on Panchen Lama
8. Screening: Women of Tibet

Tuesday, September 19

1. Peace is the word (Observer)
2. A brief history of the 14th Dalai Lama
3. How it all came to pass: the history behind and preparations for the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama
4. 'Dalai Lama unworthy religious leader' (Xinhua/ China Daily)
5. German Parliamentarian Says Zhang Qingli's utterance on Tibet is Detrimental to China
6. TIBET AT A CROSSROADS?

Thursday, September 21

1. Dalai Lama promotes ‘warm-heartedness’ to 30,000
2. NATIONS OF HIGH ASIA DECLARE INDEPENDENCE IN U.S. CONGRESS
3. Dalai Lama Staying in Buffalo
4. DOING RIGHT BY THE LAW: DALAI LAMA PROVIDES LAW SCHOOL WITH A MORAL FRAMEWORK
5. Dalai Lama meets with students from China, Taiwan
6. Scientist reveals key link between the mind and the body at Dalai Lama Meeting
7. Dalai Lama to visit Czech Republic for the sixth time
8. New Rail Link to Tibet Generates Talk, Tourism (NPR)
9. Letter: CORRECTION - Story on Dalai Lama and Hollywood movie

Saturday, September 24

1. The extension of Tibet Railway to Nepal's border will have serious strategic implications for India
2. Buddhist leader takes Woodstock by surprise
3. Dalai Lama brings message of compassion to UB
4. Students impressed with Dalai Lama’s talk
5. Peaceful call to action
6. Defamation Campaign against the Dalai Lama Raised at the United Nations
7. Mountain high (SMH)
8. Silk Road pass to increase China tourists to India
9. Tracks that form a question mark

Tuesday, September 26

1. China steps up exposure of 11th Panchen Lama (PTI)
2. Buddhism could influence legal system: Dalai Lama (IANS)
3. The Barkhor Gives Tibet a Spiritual Anchor (NPR)
4. Dalai Lama Visits The University at Buffalo

Saturday, September 30

1. Investigators Find Tiger Skin Trade Changed but Thriving
2. A blind eye to tiger slaughter
3. Conservationists blast India, China for rampant tiger trade
4. China announces tough media restrictions for 2008 Olympics
5. Bush signs bill to honour Dalai Lama (AP)
6. Cultural invasion by rail
7. Buddhists in Borscht Belt! All Praise His Holisticness
8. Papers required for foreigners for Tibet travel
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