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WTN Archives: August, 1994

Saturday, August 6

1. CHINESE REPRESSION: STILL AN ISSUE
2. Tibetan children sent on dangerous journey to save lives, culture

Saturday, August 6 (2)

1. Tibetan Environment & Development News Issue #14 July 1994

Monday, August 8

1. Amnesty International Criticize China for Stiff Sentences to Tibetan Activists (VOA Report)
2. CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR GASSHO
3. CHINA: FIVE TIBETANS SENTENCED TO UP TO 15 YEARS FOR "COUNTER- REVOLUTIONARY" ACTIVITIES

Monday, August 8 (2)

1. Welcome Tibetan Artistes from Yushu to Japan
2. Tibetans mourn lost legacy after China restores palace
3. His Holiness the Dalai Lama to visit United Kingdom in September

Tuesday, August 9

1. Who Pays China's Army? (New York Times - Op Ed. Rosenthal)
2. Chinese Officials Schedule Ceremony for Potala (VOA Report)

Wednesday, August 10

1. Russia bows to China over Dalai Lama

Wednesday, August 10 (2)

1. Tibet's first foreign joint venture now exporting wool to Asia and Europe
2. Tibet's industrial output value up over 7% in first half

Thursday, August 11

1. House Fails to Overturn Clinton's MFN Decision Adopts Compromise Measure Instead
2. The US Congress vote to delink Human Rights and Trade (VOA Report)
3. Chinese Officials Celebrate Completion of Renovations to Potala

Thursday, August 11 (2)

1. POTALA PALACE RENOVATION COMPLETED
2. Gyaincain Norbu says Potala restoration shows Party's concern for Tibetan culture
3. Dalai Lama not invited to Potala ceremony
4. Renovation of Potala "strongly refuted lies'' "people with ulterior motives"
5. Renovated Potala pleases experts
6. Tibetans praise splendour of renovated Potala
7. Tradition "strictly observed" in Potala repair
8. Raidi informs non-party members about Tibet meeting
9. Tibet CPPCC forum calls on Dalai Larna to return

Tuesday, August 16

1. "His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama of Tibet to attend the International Student Festival in Trondheim, Norway"
2. Tibetan Women's Association Leader Touring Australia

Tuesday, August 16 (2)

1. 250 POLITICAL PRISONERS IN MAIN LHASA JAIL
2. China Seeks to Reap Propaganda Rewards - Potala Renovations
3. LIECHTENSTEIN DECLINES ASYLUM TO TIBETANS
4. DALAI TO CONSULT TIBETANS OVER NEXT STEP
5. Clinton Promises to Press for Improved Human Rights in China
6. China celebrates Tibet palace reopening
7. Tibetan palace renovation decried
8. Too Cozy With China's Despots

Saturday, August 20

1. TYC Report reinforces New Delhi's need to rethink Tibet Policy
2. Muslims in Xinjiang Push for Separate State ...........................60

Sunday, August 21

1. Poster Campaigns, Arrests and trials in eastern Tibet
2. High Price of Medical Treatment in Tibet
3. URGENT ACTION APPEAL CASE - Samdup Tsering
4. PANCHEN LAMA SHOULD BE RECOGNISED AS PER TRADITION

Sunday, August 21 (2)

1. Potala shows unity "among all nationalities China
2. Importance of stability in Tibet "for the whole country"
3. Li Tieying extols "wall of steel" protecting stability in Tibet
4. Raidi says Potala project "a song in praise of the unity" between Han and Tibetan
5. Potala Palace group hear praise for renovation project
6. Potala renovation produces "tourist boom"
7. Li Lanqing sends written speech to forum on education in Tibet
8. How the "desert with snow" blossomed
9. Lhasa mayor announces economic programmes during yoghurt festival

Sunday, August 21 (3)

1. Interview with Gyaincain Norbu on development plans to overcome "natural and enclosed" economy
2. "Three-river exploitation" plan
3. Danzin tells propaganda forum that whole nation supports Tibet
4. Haixi Mongolian-Tibetan prefecture marks 40th anniversary
5. Tibet's tourism industry conducts marketing blitz

Sunday, August 21 (4)

1. Germany Set to Deport Tibetan Refugee

Tuesday, August 23

1. Germany Drops Plan to Deport Refugee
2. - Traders Protest Against Stabbings by Soldiers -

Tuesday, August 23 (2)

1. Li Tieying inspects Nagqu and Xigaze prefectures
2. Li Tieying: Potala renovation disproves "rumours" of destruction of culture
3. Li Tieying visits Drepung
4. "Road to ruin" faces those wanting independence
5. Li Tieying commends Lhasa Public Security Bureau for "struggle" against "hostile elements"
6. Li Tieying departs

Tuesday, August 23 (3)

1. Danzim meets Macao visitors
2. Tibet congress standing committee meeting examines public security measures
3. Implementation of 62 help-Tibet projects supervised by Gyaincain Norbu
4. Good business from yoghurt
5. State Council allocates funds to aid grain production
6. All areas "except Tibet" set up local tax offices
7. Tibet Armed Police Corps parade
8. Tibet Society for Reform Through Labour inaugurated
9. Lhasa TV proagates Jiang Zemin's view on strengthening nationalities, religious work

Wednesday, August 24

1. Tibet Focus of UN Debate as Chinese Call Population Transfer a "Myth"
2. Need info. on Political Prisoner Lobsang Tenzin and Palden Gyatso(Letter)

Wednesday, August 24 (2)

1. Radio commentary on the "catastrophe" and "miseries" that splitting would bring
2. Foreign trade for Tibet expands
3. Preparations for "early operation" of direct Kathmandu- Lhasa road transport reported

Thursday, August 25

1. Protests by Monks, Nuns Mar Li Visit
2. Tibetan injured in Nepalese shooting (UPI - Report)
3. Chinese official warns of unrest
4. China steps up struggle in Tibet

Thursday, August 25 (2)

1. How will the Tibetan women make her voice heard in Beijing 1995
2. TIBET THIRD WORK FORUM -PROPAGATION OF GUIDELINES Raidi, Gyaincain Norbu summarize Tibet forum conclusions
3. Tibet paper on studying forum guidelines
4. Fujian responds enthusiastically to Third Tibet Work Forum 'Xizang Ribao', Lhasa, in Chinese 31 Jul 94

Saturday, August 27

1. THE SAMI PARLIAMENT CONDEMNS CHINA
2. Chinese in Olso replies to Sami Parliament's resolution on Tibet
3. Top of the World
4. Researchers say Qinghai-Tibet plateau becoming warmer

Monday, August 29

1. Information on Tibetan political prisoner Palden Gyatso (TIN)
2. Harrison Ford to narrate "Mustang: The Hidden Kingdom" (AP)
3. Three Monks Arrested for Displaying Tibetan National Flag - (AP)
4. CORRECTION - UPI Story "China Steps up ..." WTN 94/08/25 18:00 GMT

Tuesday, August 30

1. Executed Prisoners Organs Used for Transplants (VOA)
2. The US Commerce Secretary Brown meet Chinese Leaders (VOA)
3. Abuses of Rights Persist in China Despite U.S. Pleas (NYT)
4. Speak Louder on Rights in China (Editorial, NYT)
5. China moves to protect farmland
6. U.S. criticizes China abuse (UPI)

Tuesday, August 30 (2)

1. A Conference on East Turkestan, Inner Mongolia and Tibet in NYC (Press Release -- The Office of Tibet)
2. Brown Gets Blunt Reminder of Chinese-style Trade Talks
3. ORGANS FROM EXECUTED PRISONERS USED IN CHINESE TRANSPLANTS (Press Release -- Human Rights Watch)

Tuesday, August 30 (3)

1. Palden Gyatso's 33-year Survival in Detention (TIN Report)

Wednesday, August 31

1. On My Mind -- For a China Boycott (NYT - Opinion)
2. Grim Commerce in China -- (NYT -- Editorial)
3. TIBETAN VISITORS TO MADISON, WISCONSIN (WTN)

Wednesday, August 31 (2)

1. US Opinion roundup of New Trade Relations with China (VOA)
2. Will China Go the Way of the Soviet Union? (Opinion)


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