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WTN Archives: November, 1994

Tuesday, November 1

1. Nepalese crown prince in Tibet
2. Tibet CCP committee commends grass-roots units, individuals
3. Tibet party education meeting
4. Tibet Education Foundation established
5. Tibet leaders attend education conference
6. Tibet leadership appearances
7. Four criminals executed in Lhasa; "grim" law and order situation

Tuesday, November 1 (2)

1. OPEN LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN AND THE NINE PROVINCIAL PREMIERS
2. Letter from China Human Rights Group to Prime Minister Chretien
3. Canadians Can Boycott Tyrants But making speeches in China or Indonesia not likely to help much

Wednesday, November 2

1. China Announces Construction of Railway to Tibet

Thursday, November 3

1. Tibet leadership appearances
2. Chinese merchants drawn by preferential policies to Tibetan town in Qinghai
3. Tibet rewards counties for emphasizing education
4. 'Qiughai-Tibet line' links Tibet with China

Thursday, November 3 (2)

1. China's Last Car Maker Spurns Foreigners
2. Plague Endemic to China, Tibet
3. "Selbstverstaendlich ist ein Tibet ohne Dalai Lama vorstellbar" ["A Tibet Without the Dalai Lama is Conceivable"]

Thursday, November 3 (3)

1. CANADIAN MP SPEAKS OUT FOR TIBET

Friday, November 4

1. Tibet Struggle in a New Context
2. Tibetan Items from the VOA Daily Digest
3. Am Ende Vollziehen die Geier die Himmelsbestattung [In the End, Vultures Perform the Sky Burial]

Sunday, November 6

1. Tibet leadership appearances

Monday, November 7

1. Chinese Duplicity
2. China Releases Four Tibetan Prisoners
3. China Releases 8 Political Prisoners
4. Qiao Shi Attracts Tibet Protest in Canberra Visit
5. CHINA: `Lien Ho Pao' Reports Military Meeting to Discuss Plans to Attack Taiwan.
6. Sharon Stone Cooks Sweet Rice (Desil) in Support of the Tibetan People
7. Garrison Keillor Helps Open Tibetan Craft Store in Bay Area, Calif.
8. Tibetische Statistiken oft widerspruechlich [Tibetan Statistics Often Contradictory]
9. "Es wird Tote geben - aber ohne Versuch des Widerstands stirbt Tibet" ["There Will Be Dead - But without Trying the Resistance Will Die"]

Monday, November 7 (2)

1. Sharon Stone Highlights the Cuisine and Culture of Tibet
2. CHINA STEPS UP ITS EFFORTS TO MANIPULATE AGENDA OF THE FOURTH WORLD WOMEN'S CONFERENCE

Tuesday, November 8

1. Australia stresses Tibet issue in Qiao talks
2. Australia urges China, dalai lama talks

Tuesday, November 8 (2)

1. China Releases Tibetan Political Prisoners on Parole
2. A.M. Rosenthal to Receive the "The Light of Truth Award" at Dinner

Wednesday, November 9

1. Raidi: "skies over China will not fall" if Central Committee's authority is safeguarded
2. Tibet holds regional forum on publication of Deng's works

Wednesday, November 9 (2)

1. Tibetans call for release of all political prisoners in Tibet
2. Four political prisoners of Tibet released.
3. THREAT TO THE FREEDOM OF RELIGION IN TIBET

Friday, November 11

1. Plain Talk in China
2. Film About Himalayan Kingdom Takes Festival Top Prize
3. Tibetan Bazaar This Weekend; Crafts, Food Featured
4. Touring Buddhists to visit Music, dancing, lecture planned
5. TIBETANS LONG FOR LOVED ONES; TO ATTAIN FREEDOM, FAMILIES SPLIT UP

Friday, November 11 (2)

1. Qiao Shi in Australia; concern over jailed businessman, Tibet
2. Australia Stresses Tibet Issue in Qiao Talks
3. Pro-Tibetan Protesters Disrupt Qiao's Welcome in Australian Senate
4. TRAVEL ADVISORY; For Visitors to Tibet: A Different Guide
5. Australian Senate Passes Resolution on Tibet
6. Justice; Four Tibetan Prisoners Released
7. Tibetan Arts and Literature Thriving
8. Tibet Prefectural State Taxation Bureau Inaugurated
9. Meeting On Political, Legal Work Told to Counter Dalai Lama "Sabotage"

Friday, November 11 (3)

1. Tibet Adjusts Speed of Economic Growth to Catch Up With Interior
2. Lhasa Customs Promotes Opening Up
3. Gansu University Trains Tibetan, Minority Teachers
4. Nepali Delegation Signs Agreement with Lhasa Bank
5. Chinese Merchants Drawn by Preferential Policies to Tibetan Town in Qinghai
6. 'Qinghai-Tibet Line' Links Tibet with China
7. Tibetan Statistics Often Contradictory
8. "Lives Will Be Lost But So Will Tibet, If We Don't Resist"

Friday, November 11 (4)

1. Lhasa No Longer a Tibetan City As Flesh Trade Thrives Around Potala
2. Animal Husbandry Booming On Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
3. Tibet Education Foundation Established
4. Four Criminals Executed in Lhasa; "Grim" Law and Order Situation
5. China Reports Seven Plague Cases, Orders Rat Purge; Deaths in Qinghai and Tibet
6. Tibetans: China Policy Still Propaganda
7. Dalai Lama welcomes China's release of Tibetans
8. The Chinese Government Says It Will Welcome a Visit By President Clinton

Friday, November 11 (5)

1. Tibet TV reports prisoners "thanked" government for "leniency"
2. Art, literature "thriving" in Tibet
3. Lhasa building "comprehensive development zone"

Saturday, November 12

1. REPUBLICAN UPSET BRINGS MIXED RESULTS FOR TIBET
2. CHINA ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF EIGHT POLITICAL PRISONERS, INCLUDING FOUR TIBETANS

Saturday, November 12 (2)

1. Protesters Greet Chinese Vice Premier
2. Red Carpet for China Dignitary: Boeing, Governor Woo Senior Official for Trade
3. China Sentences Journalist
4. China's New Oil Fields Hold Potential
5. Letters to Toronto Star on November 10

Monday, November 14

1. Clinton raises human rights with Chinese leader
2. China says gold rush crippling its state mines
3. Ausbau der Strasse Kathmandu-Lhasa soll Transasien-.. Ausbau der Strasse Kathmandu-Lhasa soll Transasien-Handel beleben [Improvement of Kathmandu-Lhasa Road Should Boost Cross-Asia Trade]
4. Week of Tibet in Ithaca
5. CHINA / U-S TRADE

Tuesday, November 15

1. LETTER TO THE EDITOR
2. HOSTS OF FOURTH WORLD WOMEN'S CONFERENCE ENGAGED IN GROSS REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
3. TIBETAN WOMAN REVEALS HORRORS OF POPULATION PROGRAMME
4. REPORT EXPOSES CHINA'S COERCIVE POPULATION PROGRAMME IN TIBET
5. CHINA THE U.N, CENSORSHIP AT THE FOURTH WORLD WOMEN'S CONFERENCE
6. U.S. Offers China Deal to Resolve a Missile Dispute Illegal Sales Suspected - Washington to Drop Sanctions if Chinese Agree to Reveal Exports to Pakistan

Wednesday, November 16

1. Senate Calls for China to Release Group of Buddhist Nuns
2. Prof. Frederic Spiegelberg Died at 97
3. Clinton Discusses Trade, Human Rights and Security Issues with
4. New Law Encourages Women to have Abortions
5. Economic Stability and Press Freedom

Friday, November 18

1. Politicians alone can't make peace-Dalai Lama
2. China, Boeing to develop world's highest airport
3. Goettinger Expedition untersucht Naturkatastrophen im Himalaja [Goettingen Expedition to Study Natural Catastrophes in the Himilayas]

Friday, November 18 (2)

1. QUAKE PREDICTED IN DHARAMSALA

Friday, November 18 (3)

1. URGENT ACTION: New restrictions on Tibetan children's education

Saturday, November 19

1. QUAKE PREDICTED IN DHARAMSALA
2. VOA Tibetan Broadcast Service
3. INDIA BETTER BET THAN CHINA, SAYS EMERSON ELECTRIC
4. Confident communists look to governing in Nepal

Sunday, November 20

1. "Red Flag Over Tibet"
2. Activists Protest Chinese Vice Premier's Visit Outside Westin; Vice Premier Tells Business Leaders China is Trillion Dollar Market
3. Fires, Injuries Turn China into Labor Disaster
4. Letter to the Editors

Monday, November 21

1. International Campaign for Tibet Honors A. M. Rosenthal with "The Light of Truth Award" at a Benefit Dinner in New York City.
2. propaganda campaign throughout china to strengthen the party's authority
3. A Visit to Tibet
4. CHINA / SUCCESSION

Tuesday, November 22

1. US Congressmen Call for Support to Nominate WEI Jingsheng for the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize
2. Wei Jingsheng and Ren Wanding Granted Robert Kennedy Award
3. China Being Blocked in WTO
4. Deaths in China: "Ordinary" or Not

Wednesday, November 23

1. Tibetans Plan Lhasa March
2. Brazilian journalist refuses to leave China

Wednesday, November 23 (2)

1. Chen Kuiyuan says Opposition to "Dalai clique" is main criterion for Tibetan educator
2. Gyaincain Norbu: struggle against the "enemy" Dalai Lama in education
3. Renmin Ribao' on educational development in Tibet
4. Raidi relays central guidelines to grass roots
5. Gyaincain Norbu stresses Tibetan autonomous laws, religious freedoms, economic development
6. Tibet commends "patriotic, law-abiding" temples
7. Fibre-optic cable to link Tibet with Qinghai
8. Chengdu Military Region to build Lhasa-Shigatse fibre-optic cable
9. Key projects in Tibet "going well"

Wednesday, November 23 (3)

1. Time to Do the Right Thing
2. Boeing jets readjusting to land in Himalayas
3. Illiteracy at 30 Percent Among China's Women
4. China Disciplines 15 for Dam Break
5. Italy offers $630,000 in aid to Tibetan exiles

Thursday, November 24

1. GOP's World View Frames Changes in Foreign Policy
2. TRADE; Bilateral trade with China tilts into red in third quarter

Thursday, November 24 (2)

1. TIBETAN BULLETIN November-December 1994 (2)

Thursday, November 24 (3)

1. TIBETAN BULLETIN November-December 1994 (3)

Thursday, November 24 (4)

1. TIBETAN BULLETIN November-December 1994 (4)

Friday, November 25

1. TIBETAN BULLETIN November-December 1994 (1)

Saturday, November 26

1. Tibet at MTV Europe's First Music Awards Ceremony
2. Septuagenarian elected leader of communists in Nepal parliament
3. Nepal may turn into the world's first communist monarchy

Monday, November 28

1. U.N. Rapporteur on Religion Winds Up Trip to Tibet
2. Something new is taking place in Asian alliances Jesse Helms, meet Susan Shirk
3. China Three Gorges Dam zone residents resettled

Monday, November 28 (2)

1. Chinese adventurer treks from Shanghai to Tibet
2. Foreign firms agree to develop big Tibet mine
3. Inflation tops 38 percent in western China

Tuesday, November 29

1. Tibet Party Committee discusses party building
2. 'Liaowang' details Tibet development projects
3. Tibet meeting on political, legal work
4. Tibet economy growth rate expected to reach eight per cent target
5. 'Xizang Ribao' report on four released prisoners
6. Tibetan temple in Qinghai to be repaired
7. Tibet's Gandan temple being renovated
8. Tibetan medicine a "hot spot" for study
9. Anti-Dalai Lama campaign launched in Tibet University

Tuesday, November 29 (2)

1. United Nations Backs Predominantly Chinese Industries in Tibet
2. VOA daily digest


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