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WTN Archives: February, 1993

Tuesday, February 2

1. Tibet Vigil Before the UN Commission on Human Rights
2. CBS Wins Award For Program on Prison-made Goods from China
3. Debate on Political Rights Reopened in China
4. Peasant Revolt over Economic Reforms?

Wednesday, February 3

1. Change of Email Address
2. Tibet Vigil Before the UN Commission on Human Rights

Thursday, February 4

1. Tibet: Prison sentences

Saturday, February 6

1. Dalai Lama Welcome Here

Saturday, February 6 (2)

1. Note on Release From International Secretariat of OMCT/SOS-Torture
2. Tibetan Prisoners Compelled to Perform for Show

Saturday, February 6 (3)

1. Deng Says Patten's Democracy Plan Is China's "Biggest Problem"
2. Democracy Prevails in a Corner of China

Monday, February 8

1. Final Recommendations From London Conference of International Lawyers
2. Tibet News and Data Service (Japan)

Monday, February 8 (2)

1. Tibet Conference of the Americas: Report From the Communications Strategy and Electronic Communications Workshops

Tuesday, February 9

1. Discussion: Is the Menyuan Region of Qinghai Part of Hisorical Tibet?
2. H.H. the Dalai Lama Definitely Going to Thailand
3. Clinton Advised to Go Easy on China; Beijing Blames U.S. for Problems in Sino-U.S. Relations

Wednesday, February 10

1. US May Lead China Criticism in the UN

Wednesday, February 10 (2)

1. DALAI LAMA TO VISIT MONTREAL IN JUNE 1993
2. Dalai Lama & Other Nobel Laureates Rallying to Burmese Dissident's Cause
3. Self-Determination for Tibet Urged at the UN
4. Human Rights Update: Monks and Nuns Incarcerated

Thursday, February 11

1. China Voices Opposition to Dalai Lama's Visit to Thailand
2. List of Peace Laureates Invited to Participate in Burma March
3. Tentative Itinerary and Schedule for Nobel Peace Laureates Mission
4. March 10th Demonstration at Parliament Hill, Ottawa
5. Missing Text From Release from Self-Determination on the UN Article

Friday, February 12

1. Thai Government Responds to Chinese Criticism
2. Comment: Re: Chinese Opposition to Dalai Lama's Visit to Thailand
3. Bill Clinton's E-mail Address
4. Request From the Editors Concerning Repostings of Material from CTN News

Saturday, February 13

1. Communists Announce Purge of Tibetan Officials Who Support the Dalai Lama

Sunday, February 14

1. More On Sending Email to the White House
2. Taiwanese M.P. Gains Influence in Nepal
3. Nobel Laureates in Bangkok

Monday, February 15

1. New Communist Party Head of Tibet Calls For Purge of "Hostile Elements"
2. Discussion: Taiwanese Independence and the PRC's Record in Tibet

Tuesday, February 16

1. Thai Chiefs Oppose Laureates
2. Discussion: Reaction to J. Wang and Personal Observations About the Situation in Tibet
3. Discussion: About the 1.2 Million Deaths in Tibet Under PRC Rule
4. China Says U.S. Spreading False Information
5. Dalai Lama's Presence in Thailand Causing Controversy
6. Border trade boosts India-China exchanges

Thursday, February 18

1. Dalai Lama Presses Aid to Dissident
2. Refugees from Tibet Reporting of Purges Tibetans from TAR Administration
3. Wang Dan and Guo Haifeng Released on Parole, Priest Freed

Friday, February 19

1. Laureates Fight for Burma Dissident
2. Nobel Winners Call for Suu Kyi Release

Saturday, February 20

1. U.S. Trade Deficit with China and Japan "Particularly Troubling"

Tuesday, February 23

1. Nobel Peace Laureates Rally for Aung San Suu Kyi (two articles)
2. "The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying" by Sogyal Rinpoche

Tuesday, February 23 (2)

1. Dalai Lama to Give Avalokiteswara Initiation in Montreal
2. Information request: Dorje Kasung Society, Charlottetown, PEI

Thursday, February 25

1. THAILAND: Peace mission ruffles China and Burma

Thursday, February 25 (2)

1. Burmese Official Calls Nobel Laureates "Troublemakers"
2. Question: Tibetan Martial Arts?
3. Dorje Kasung Society

Saturday, February 27

1. Government Confirms Continued Imprisonment of Student Leaders
2. Dissident Imprisoned for Working with U.S. Pro-Democracy Group
3. March 1958 Uprising Ceremony, March and Vigil in Toronto


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