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WTN Archives: October, 1995

Sunday, October 1

1. Two Chithus visit Madison Tibetan Community (HRW)
2. To all Tibet Support Groups, Tibetans and friends of Tibet in Europe (AIT)
3. China marks 46 years of communist rule (UPI)
4. And an Unhelpful U.N.

Monday, October 2

1. China scorns ``splittists'' on Xinjiang anniversary (Reuter)
2. China foreign minister visits Britain on Sunday (Reuter)
3. Harry Wu denies selling Chinese secrets (UPI)
4. China's Deng allows heir to consolidate power (Reuter)
5. Tibet: The destruction dontinues impressions from a visit in June 1995

Tuesday, October 3

1. Thirty Years "Celebration" in Lhasa : A REPORT FROM TIBET.
2. A Tourist's account of visit to Central Tibet
3. China and US disagree on visits by Taiwan's leaders to the US.
4. China ``acid rain'' city losses equal budget income

Wednesday, October 4

1. Introduction to H.H. the Dalai Lama & the Tibetan Gov't in Exile

Thursday, October 5

1. Candlelight protest set for Chinese premier's visit to Canada
2. Tibet to use Canadian loan to upgrade telecommunications
3. China & Britain set to improve Relations

Friday, October 6

1. Letter to Canadian PM on Li Peng's visit to Canada
2. China to close gold mines in remote Qinghai area

Saturday, October 7

1. Tibetan monks stage protest to free spiritual heir
2. THE DESTRUCTION CONTINUES: Impressions from a visit to Tibet in June '95.

Sunday, October 8

1. Incarnation row haunts Chinese
2. Buddha's booming: (Celebrities in Dharamsala)
3. Waiting for the Dalai Lama in Western China

Tuesday, October 10

1. Hunger Strike Update: From New York City
2. STUDENTS FOR A FREE TIBET NATIONAL CONFERENCE - PROGRAM

Wednesday, October 11

1. China ready to go to war over Taiwan, Tibet: Lee Kuan Yew
2. New submarine not linked to Asian arms race; US must accept Tibet is part of China -- Lee
3. TIBETANS TO DEMONSTRATE AGAINST THE VISIT OF LI PENG

Thursday, October 12

1. Floods, landslides kill 183 in Nepal
2. China sets October 21 for Jiang's New York trip

Friday, October 13

1. Six Tibetans on Hunger Strike until Death in New York City
2. Statement from the Hunger Strikers at the UN in New York
3. Grim reminders of China's record will greet Li Peng in Montreal

Saturday, October 14

1. Canada presses China trade despite rights concerns
2. Flood of prospectors prompts China gold mine close
3. Canadian PM Chretien ignores protests to press trade with China
4. WKD--Mongolian Art on Display in the US

Sunday, October 15

1. HUNGER STRIKER TENZIN DHANGSONG HOLDS PUBLIC DISCUSSION ON UW CAMPUS
2. China to open inland cities to foreign investors

Monday, October 16

1. Montreal's small Tibetan community - most vocal demonstrators (Gazette)
2. Tibetan Treasures - Preserving Endangered Culture
3. Hollywood does double take on the Dalai Lama

Tuesday, October 17

1. Hunger Strike Update
2. Li Peng promotes unity
3. Mr. Li Peng, freedoms are just as importable as machinery

Wednesday, October 18

1. Businesslike Diplomacy
2. Map of Lhasa City and Index
3. New brewery tries modern enterprise system in Tibet
4. Lonely Planet's Planet Talk

Wednesday, October 18 (2)

1. Hunger Strike Update GIVE TIBET A VOICE AT THE U.N.!!!!
2. U.S. Nominee Says China Has Right To Disband Legco

Thursday, October 19

1. Hunger Strike Update: Day Six
2. Tibetans Demand Tough Stance in Sino - U.S. Summit in N.Y.
3. Three Tibetan Monks Granted Asylum by U.S.
4. Taiwan Ponders Chinese Offer

Friday, October 20

1. Hunger Strike Update: Day Seven
2. Tibetan Monks Demand Release of Young Panchen Lama
3. Martin Scorsese Visit Dalai Lama

Saturday, October 21

1. Tibetans stage hunger strike at UN celebration
2. Benjamin Gilman on U.S. Asia Relations
3. China Jan/Sept Gold Output Increase Accelerates; Gold Production in Tibet Soars

Sunday, October 22

1. REQUEST FOR URGENT ACTION CONCERNING THE SIX TIBETANS WHO ARE ON HUNGER STRIKE
2. An open letter to all our brothers and sisters, fellow citizens of the world:
3. Hunger Strike Update: Day Eight
4. LOTTERY TO PICK LAMA SNUBS TIBET

Monday, October 23

1. New York Celebrates United Nations Jubilee
2. Why it's the Temple of Misunderstanding
3. Protests during the world body's 50th anniversary celebration
4. UN Protests: Tibetans' Protest Most Dramatic
5. Thousands Demonstrate Near U.N.; Protesters Spotlight Rights Violations
6. The Tibetans chanted, "Shame on China!"
7. China affirms authority to select new Panchen Lama
8. Third Railway Construction Boom Brings New Hope to Southwest
9. China publishes collection of tibetan archives

Tuesday, October 24

1. Hunger Strike Update: Day Eleven
2. ON MY MIND - "Please Do Not Die"
3. Japan's Parliamentary Group for Tibet inaugurated
4. A Total bankruptcy of China's criticism against the Dalai Lama
5. Tibet police meeting, public Security Seminar in Lhasa

Wednesday, October 25

1. Hunger Strike Update: Day 12
2. GIVE TIBET A VOICE
3. Hunger Striker Hospitalized
4. Clinton, Jiang Make Meagre Progress at Summit
5. REQUEST FOR URGENT ACTION ON BEHALF OF TIBETAN HUNGER STRIKERS
6. Santa Fe Tibetan Joins Hunger Strike at U.N.
7. Protesters yell outside as China, US leaders meet
8. FIRST RUSSIA, NOW CHINA - CLINTON MEETING WITH JIANG ZEMIN

Thursday, October 26

1. Tibetans Call Off Fast After Receiving Dalai Lama's Message, UN Secretary-General's Envoy Visits Hunger Strikers

Thursday, October 26 (2)

1. Panchen Lama Dispute: New Leaders Installed at Tashilhunpo
2. China Appoints Monks Who Support Communist Rulers to Top Positions
3. China sacks Tibetan abbot in Dalai Lama dispute
4. Tibetan Monks Replaced

Thursday, October 26 (3)

1. Canadian Parliamentarians for Tibet Offer Support and Total Solidarity
2. UN Representative Asks Hunger Strikers to Stop
3. Tibetan hunger striker taken to hospital
4. Letter to the Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali
5. hunger strike update: day 12
6. Glow Magazine Dedicates a Page on the World Wide Web to the hunger strike

Thursday, October 27

1. Dalai Lama orders end to UN hunger strike
2. Tibetan Hunger Strikes Reject Appeal To End Protest UN-Tibetans
3. UN says it won't allow Tibetan hunger strikers to die
4. Dalai Lama to visit South Africa
5. Tibetan, Rwandan, others win Reebok rights award
6. Swiss send biggest trade mission to China
7. China said to have carried out purge of top Tibetan monastery
8. Lama ousted from rebel monastery
9. China to appoint Tibet's panchen lama

Thursday, October 27 (2)

1. REPRESENTATIVE OF TIBET ATTENDS THE INAUGURATION CEREMONY OF PRESIDENT OF THE KALMYK REPUBLIC IN RUSSIAN FEDERATION
2. THE ISSUE OF TIBET ON THE AGENDA OF THE RUSSIAN DUMA AND THE ITALIAN PARLIAMENT
3. HUMAN RIGHTS UPDATE

Sunday, October 29

1. Tibetan says fast wasn't in vain
2. The Summit between President Clinton and China's President Jiang Zemin (Senate - October 25, 1995)
3. Human Rights Committee discusses possibility of requesting States to submit reports on specific human rights situations when necessary
4. Secretary-General, in address to Human Rights Forum, says human rights are founding purpose and ultimate goal of United Nations

Tuesday, October 31

1. President Havel about Tibet
2. China's Government Wants Tibet & the USA
3. Thousands of troopers including ITBPs on call for Kashmir polls
4. Sichuan - Tibet highway to be improved


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