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WTN Archives: July, 1993

Thursday, July 1

1. Dalai Lama Interviewed on Democracy
2. Dalai Lama Warmly Greeted by 4,000 in Vancouver
3. Remembrances of the Tibetan Past; Dalai Lama's Visit Will Stir Up Memories
4. Refugees Embrace Dalai Lama's Visit
5. Dalai Lama Calls for Compassion; Tibet Leader Criticizes Attack on Iraq
6. U.S. Air Strikes Are No Solution in Iraq, Dalai Lama Tells Seattle
7. A Lesson on Life, Happiness; Anyone Can Achieve It, Says Dalai Lama to Seattle Crowd
8. 'Simple Monk' Extols Harmony, Compassion: Dalai Charms a Variety of Faiths at Cathedral Service
9. China Admits Widespread Rural Unrest

Friday, July 2

1. Accounts of Demonstrations in Lhasa, May-June 1993

Saturday, July 3

1. Problems With CTN News Distribution
2. Sydney Top of Olympic Report List
3. New Breed of Thoroughbred Horses Found in Qinghai

Sunday, July 4

1. Shareholding Frenzy Reaches Tibet

Monday, July 5

1. Taiwan Slams U.S. Congressmen Over Tibet
2. Dalai Lama's Visit to Japan Cancelled

Tuesday, July 6

1. Australia Tibet Council and Sydney Celebrate Dalai Lama's Birthday

Tuesday, July 6 (2)

1. Exile Leader in Japan Asks G7 to Remember Tibet
2. Pro-Beijing Comments May Threaten Visit by Dalai Lama to Taiwan
3. China Plagued by Floods, Drought
4. China Gives Life Sentences for Timber Theft in Qinghai

Tuesday, July 6 (3)

1. Canada Tibet Committee Awarded $25,000; Expansion of CanTibNet and Diplomacy Training Identified As Grant Priorities

Wednesday, July 7

1. The Dalai Lama as a Boy, A Man and a Leader

Thursday, July 8

1. Growing International Opposition to China's Olympic Bid
2. THERE CAN BE NO MISCONCEPTIONS REGARDING CHINA'S OLYMPIC METHODS AND MOTIVES
3. TIBETANS WARN OLYMPIC CHIEFS - "NO OLYMPICS FOR CHINA"

Saturday, July 10

1. Beijing - Olympics or Not?

Sunday, July 11

1. A Special Report - Current Computing/Networking Status in China

Monday, July 12

1. Urgent Action request - Olympic 2000, Beijing's Bid

Monday, July 12 (2)

1. Rural Protests in Medrogungkar, Tibet, Eight Arrested.

Monday, July 12 (3)

1. Tibet-China Negotiations Resume

Tuesday, July 13

1. AGEING WARRIORS

Wednesday, July 14

1. Tibetan Delegation in Beijing
2. Correction: Dalai Lama Visit to Japan Postponed, Not Cancelled
3. Amnesty International Report Available

Wednesday, July 14 (2)

1. EDUCATING TASHI
2. Dissident Sentenced to Labor Camp in Sign of Chinese Crackdown

Thursday, July 15

1. Letter: It's Time That the Dalai Lama Received Respect
2. Letter: Link Human-Rights Violations to Aid Penalties
3. Letter: Lame Message From Dalai Lama
4. China is Suddenly in Love With "Living Buddhas"

Thursday, July 15 (2)

1. No Olympics for China Day: Sunday 19 September 1993

Friday, July 16

1. Tibetan Exiles Say China Has Made Rare Gesture
2. Several U.S. Lawmakers Oppose Beijing for Olympics
3. Amnesty Calls for Probe into Nepali Shootings of Rioters, Tibetan Refugees
4. Ethnic Remedies Causing Lead Poisoning; List Includes Tibetan Remedy
5. Exiles Divided By the Shadow of Tienanmen
6. U.S. Peace Corps Arrives in China
7. China at Boiling Point; Bang If It Bubbles Over, Boom If It Doesn't
8. China's Financial Fix

Saturday, July 17

1. China is Approaching Olympic Bid Vote with a New Strategy
2. Delors Points to Growing EC Trade Gap with China
3. Letter: Video or Audio Tapes of Dalai Lama's Teachings in Arizona?


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