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<-Back to WTN Archives WTN ARCHIVE - January, 1994

WTN Archives: January, 1994

Thursday, January 6

1. BERLIN '38 TO BEIJING '94

Thursday, January 6 (2)

1. Gendun Rinchen Trial Imminent?
2. Benefit Concert for Tibet House to feature Philip Glass & Paul Simon

Friday, January 7

1. The Office of Tibet, London has moved from Linburn House
2. U.S. PARES IMPORTS OF CHINA'S FABRICS IN A PUNITIVE MOVE

Monday, January 10

1. Nuns Sentenced to 7 years for June "Incident"
2. ALLEN GINSBERG reads HOWL IN ANN ARBOR

Wednesday, January 12

1. Nuns Protest after Re-education Campaign -

Thursday, January 13

1. Chinese Release Gendun Rinchen

Thursday, January 13 (2)

1. U.S. State Dept. Says China Human Rights Issue Not Satisfactory ...... 31
2. U.S. Congressman Warned Chinese Leaders on Human Rights .............. 48

Monday, January 17

1. Tibetan Human Rights Monitors Released
2. CHINA SAID TO RELEASE TIBETAN DISSIDENTS
3. DALAI LAMA'S OFFICE DOWNPLAYS PRISONER RELEASES

Tuesday, January 18

1. Surprise as Two Political Prisoners Freed in Lhasa
2. US Sends a Message
3. Split in White House on China's MFN?

Wednesday, January 19

1. Bentsen to Press China on Human Rights, Trade
2. Letter: Are Any Tibetans Affected by the L.A. Earthquake?
3. Letter: Hong Kong Traffic Patterns?
4. How to Access Infosystem Mongolei

Wednesday, January 19 (2)

1. CANADIAN DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS HEARS TIBET TESTIMONY
2. A PBS Film on Tibet - RED FLAG OVER TIBET

Friday, January 21

1. China Agrees to Inspection of Five Prisons Suspected of Producing Illegal Exports
2. China Moving Slowly on Rights Issues; Steps May Yet Meet Minimum Demands Set for U.S. Trade
3. Bush Sees Progress on Human Rights in China
4. Chinese Foreign Minister Visits France to Mark New Start; Tibet Support Group Presses for Discussions on Human Rights
5. Kohl sagt China weiteren Ausbau der Beziehungen zu [Kohl Promises Wider Relations with China]
6. Parlamentspraesident Chinas in Bonn - Frage nach Menschenrechten [Chinese Parliament President in Bonn: Questions About Human Rights]
7. Tibet's "Project Hope" Aims to Draw Dropouts Back into Education
8. Qinghai Nomads Rehoused in "Fixed Residential Districts" Since Reform
9. Chinese Geological Finds in 1993; New Geothermal Power Prospect in Tibet

Saturday, January 22

1. Royal Ontario Museum Seeks Donations to Acquire Tibetan Thangka
2. SPD Sieht Keinen Fortschritt in Menschenrechten in China [SPD Sees No Progress in Human Rights in China]

Saturday, January 22 (2)

1. Bentsen Praises Move to Allow Foreign Banks to Operate in Local Currency
2. Editorial: Ending Annual MFN Reviews Will End Human Rights Improvements

Wednesday, January 26

1. Senate Votes to Set Up Radio Free Asia Over Chinese Objections
2. China Dissident Sentenced to Labour Camp
3. Tibetans Urged to Write to Taiwanese Government
4. Tibetan Buddhist Centre Shaken by California Earthquake

Thursday, January 27

1. BBC Summary of Xinhua and Other Reports on First Leg European Tour of Qiao Shi Delegation
2. Increasing Civilian Use of Gonggar Airport in Tibet
3. China Finds Large Strontium Deposit in Northwest
4. Letter: Japanese Student Seeking Information on US Resettlement Project

Thursday, January 27 (2)

1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teachings in Dharamsala
2. TIBETAN ELECTRONICRESOURCES GUIDE (T.E.R.G)

Friday, January 28

1. Visit of Tibet Communist Party Secretary Chen to France Prompts Protest
2. Dissidents Xu and Wei Hope Washington is Tough on China over MFN
3. China Snaps at U.S. for Radio Free Asia, Missile Accusations
4. Qiao Shi Meets with Chancellor Kohl
5. Qiao Denies Allegation of Han Population Transfer into Tibet

Monday, January 31

1. HRNet - Independent Network of Human Rights Information


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