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WTN Archives: March, 1995

Wednesday, March 1

1. Thank-you-India day by Tibetans
2. Chinese Dissidents Issue Human Rights Demand
3. Buddhist monk describes torture in Tibet
4. China dissidents break silence on democracy
5. Chinese Dissident Petitions (VOA)

Thursday, March 2

1. New York Artistes Kick Off Tibetan Great Prayer Festival (OTNY)
2. China Unhappy with US Support for a UN Resolution on Human Rights (VOA)
3. Several Pro-democracy Groups Sent Petitions to CPC (VOA)

Friday, March 3

1. Worst snowstorm in half-century batters Tibet (Reuter)
2. U.S. urges China not to detain dissidents (Reuter)
3. China pledges enough food for minorities (UPI)
4. India, China give up quest for border settlement (Reuter)

Friday, March 3 (2)

1. World Bank pledges $1 billion for China
2. Chicago's Tibetan Community to celebrate "Losar" (Tibetan New Year) Year of the Wood Pig, 2122

Saturday, March 4

1. LETTER FROM CHINA; Neon Glow but Unease at August .... (WP)

Monday, March 6

1. Resolution Against China at the United Nations Comes Up for Vote (CTC)

Tuesday, March 7

1. Tibet officials say US human rights report "confounded truth and falsehood"
2. Tibet Armed Police Force dealt blows to splittist sabotage
3. Tibet security forces struggle against splittism, sabotage, Dalai clique
4. Ngapoi among Tibet NPC, CPPCC members marking New Year in Beijing
5. Tibetans to be sent to special schools inside China

Wednesday, March 8

1. China Snubbed at UN (TIN)
2. China-India pact said to settle Sikkim dispute

Wednesday, March 8 (2)

1. China Again Losing support in the United Nations
2. March 10 Activity In Russia
3. Hu Jintao attends group meeting with deputies from Tibet

Wednesday, March 8 (3)

1. Deng Meeting visitors from native town
2. Deng Xiaoping's hometown misses its native son
3. Sichuan's millions march where policy failed
4. China's ailing Deng meets visitors
5. West leads drive to censure China rights abuses
6. China seeks to avoid U.N. censure for rights abuses
7. China fears armed resistance in Tibet

Wednesday, March 8 (4)

1. Russia Saves China in UN (TIN)
2. Tibetan Government-in-Exile, NGOs Converge at Social Summit (ICT)
3. Dalai Lama inaugurates girls hostel (Tribune)

Wednesday, March 8 (5)

1. China foils Western censure at U.N. rights meeting
2. UN-Human Rights-China

Thursday, March 9

1. RINCHEN DHARLO MEETS WITH NICARAGUAN PRESIDENT (OTNY)
2. CHINA ESCAPES UN CENSURE BUT TIBETANS SCORE VICTORY
3. TIBETANS SHINE AT UN SOCIAL SUMMIT IN COPENGAHEN
4. TIBETAN WOMEN FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD MEET IN NEW YORK
5. NORTH AMERICAN TIBETAN CONFERENCE IN MAY IN NEW YORK
6. MORE CITIES AND TOWNS IN NORTH AMERICA OBSERVE 10 MARCH
7. Vice President Al Gore and Hillary Clinton at UN's World Summit for Social Development in Copenhagen

Thursday, March 9 (2)

1. Tibetan Women Gain Support to Get to Beijing Conference (ICT)
2. CHINA FAILS TO BLOCK CONSIDERATION OF UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS RESOLUTION (ICT)
3. India-Tibet (AP)
4. For the Record (WP)
5. Relief teams brave Tibet snowdrifts (UPI)
6. Weltweite Kampagne zur Rettung der tibetischen Haupstadt Lhasa = [Worldwide Campaign to Rescue the Tibetan Capital Lhasa]

Friday, March 10

1. Tibetan leadership appearances
2. Tibet's Yang Song leads snowstorm relief efforts
3. Former Tibetan "slave" remembers the bad old days
4. Former Tibet secretary Hu Jintao meets Tibet deputies

Friday, March 10 (2)

1. The monk they couldnUt break

Friday, March 10 (3)

1. 10 March 1995 Activities In London
2. Report Of March 10 Activity In Russia
3. Tibetan Uprising Day in France

Friday, March 10 (4)

1. Dalai Lama among 7000 to see the marchers off from Dharamsala (AP)
2. Tibetans Demonstrate Against Chinese Occupation (CNA) - Dalai Lama call for referendum -
3. Tibetans Demonstrate in New York City (VOA)

Saturday, March 11

1. Chinese Hold Surprise Meeting on Beijing Women's Conference at Social Summit (ICT)
2. March 10th Commemoration in Winnipeg, Manitoba
3. Western Massachusettes observes Tibetan Uprising Day with Huger Strike and Candlelight Vigil
4. Tibetan Association of New Mexico observes March 10th

Sunday, March 12

1. Nineteen Years of March 10 Demonstrations in Ottawa
2. Local Tibetans remember uprising
3. Chicago's Tibetan Community stages two-day protest in Rememberance of the March 10 Uprising
4. Day For Tibet, L.A., California
5. Subject: March 10 in Eugene, Oregon

Monday, March 13

1. The seeds of betrayal

Monday, March 13 (2)

1. Losar and March Tenth Observed in Madison
2. VOA Increases Tibet Broadcasts (ICT)
3. PLANNED MARCH TO SHOW SUPPORT FOR THOSE IN TIBET
4. EU sends food aid for Tibetan schools in Nepal, India, Bhutan (Reuter)
5. Two-Day Conrefence at Brandeis University, Mar 31 and Apr 1
6. China proposes railway to Burma, India (UPI)
7. Dalai Lama fordert Referendum fuer Tibet [Dalai Lama Proposes Referendum for Tibet]
8. In Tibet rund 10 000 Menschen mit Erfrierungen oder schneeblind [Some 10,000 People Suffer Frostbite or Snowblindness in Tibet] (DPA)

Tuesday, March 14

1. TIBETAN BULLETIN, January-February 1995 issue

Tuesday, March 14 (2)

1. Tibetan Bulletin, January-February 1995 issue Cover

Tuesday, March 14 (3)

1. TIBETAN BULLETIN, January-February 1995

Tuesday, March 14 (4)

1. TIBETAN BULLETIN, January-February 1995 issue

Tuesday, March 14 (5)

1. LITERATURE FOR FREEDOM

Tuesday, March 14 (6)

1. A volcano may erupt in Tibet
2. The rise and fall of Tibet

Tuesday, March 14 (7)

1. US Congress writes to Tibetans (OTNY)
2. March 10th Declared as the Tibetan Day by the New York State Governor
3. A Canadian Reports from Dharamsala on the Peace March to New Delhi
4. Dalai Lama's 72-Year Old Brother on Peace Walk
5. Colorado Friends of Tibet's March 10 events
6. AMI is hosting The First National Conference of Tibetan Writers, in Dharamsala from March 15-17, 1995
7. US Trade Representative Mickey Kantor Concludes 3-Day Visit to China

Wednesday, March 15

1. Tibetan Woman Receive Standing Ovation at United Nations NGO Consultation for the Fourth World Conference on Women

Wednesday, March 15 (2)

1. Tibetan Nuns And Nunneries

Thursday, March 16

1. March 10th Demonstration and Hunger Strike Observed in British Columbia
2. Voice of America Broadcasts Dalai Lama's Message (AP)
3. Tibet puts economic growth above ethnic purity (Reuter)
4. Helicopters airlift aid to snow-bound Tibetans (Reuter)
5. Deng recovers from flu, will live long, governor (Reuter)
6. China lehnt Volksentscheid in Tibet als "Trick des Dalai Lama" ab (DPA) [China Rejects Referendum in Tibet as "Trick of Dalai Lama"]

Thursday, March 16 (2)

1. 8 COUNTRIES CALL FOR REVIEW OF NGO ACCREDITATIONS

Thursday, March 16 (3)

1. Tibetan Nuns And Nunneries

Thursday, March 16 (4)

1. Thubten J. Norbu Successfully Completes "75-Mile Trek for Tibet"
2. Chaksampa - The Tibetan Dance and Opera Company
3. China Says Dissident Unqualified for Nobel Prize (Reuter)
4. China's dissident still missing (UPI)
5. March 10th Protests in Kissimmee, Florida
6. China Allows Foreigners to Repair Monasteries

Friday, March 17

1. Tibet witnesses fast economic growth
2. Tibet makes progress in opening-up drive
3. Tibet exports increase in 1994
4. Article criticizes insufficient control of religion in Tibet
5. Ngapoi, other leaders celebrate Chinese-Tibetan edition of Buddhist scriptures
6. Survey shows Tibetans spending more on food and clothing, says Xinhua
7. Deng's son, Tibet leaders hold talks on disabled
8. Hu Jintao urges boosting economic development in Tibet, reports 'Wen Wei Po'

Friday, March 17 (2)

1. Human Rights Update (DIIR)

Saturday, March 18

1. Tibetan Women Request Your Support (OTNY)
2. U.N. TALKS ON WOMEN UNDER FIRE - Vatican and China Seek to Bar Critics
3. Vatican, China want to restrict U.N. women's conference (Reuter)
4. Tibetan & Taiwanese Groups Blocked by China at UN-Women's Summit (AP)
5. U.N. Summit On Women Bars Groups; China, Vatican Block Opponents' Admission (WP)
6. Executions an every day event in China (Reuter)

Saturday, March 18 (2)

1. Tibet's Raidi on the Dalai Lama: "the door for talks remains open"
2. China takes hard line ahead of Tibet anniversary (AFP)
3. Paris Demonstration for Tibet Anniversary (AFP)
4. Dalai Lama warns of Tibet backlash (UPI)
5. Tibetans Demonstrate Against Chinese Rule in Tibet
6. Picket in Warsaw Commemorates Anti-Chinese Uprising in Tibet (PAP)
7. Dalai Lama Calls for Exile Referendum
8. Tibetans in Utah Pray in protest of China Invasion
9. Tibetan Refugees on the March

Sunday, March 19

1. Who Needs This Conference?
2. MAKING LIFE A BUTTER PLACE Buddhist monks sculpt their way into American consciousness as cultures get more familiar
3. Population Transfer and Development in Tibet
4. Development and Cultural Destruction in Tibet

Monday, March 20

1. Tibet TV reports delegates' discussion on economy, fight against splittism

Monday, March 20 (2)

1. China Annouces Crackdown on Temples in Tibet
2. Tibet Bids to Host Chinese Games
3. Groups Fear Exclusion from China Meeting
4. Archaeologists Discover Ice Age Settlement in Kunlun Mountains

Monday, March 20 (3)

1. Protest and Resistance in Tibet; The Chinese Are No Closer to Convincing Tibetans of the Legitmacy of Their Presence
2. Tibet's Leaders Take Rosy View of World

Tuesday, March 21

1. China Uses Its Position as Host to Block Groups They Disapprove
2. Liberal Catholics Allowed to Attend U.N. Women's Conference; Tibetan Groups Kept Off List by China

Tuesday, March 21 (2)

1. CHINA GIVES ASSURANCES ON HONG KONG - Commitment to democracy found lacking

Wednesday, March 22

1. Li Tieying urges Tibet to host ethnic games, invite foreign athletes
2. Tibet Armed Police unit calls for opposing splittism
3. Tibet Security Department on opposing splittism, foreign "espionage"
4. Escape from Tibet
5. Messages for the West on China and Tibet

Wednesday, March 22 (2)

1. UPDATE: NGO CONSULTATION FORUM & 39TH SESSION OF THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK
2. THE RADICAL PARTY SUPPORTS TIBET ISSUE?
3. china-qinghai-telecommunications qinghai improves telecommunications facilities

Thursday, March 23

1. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Pledges Support for Tibet in spite of political pressure
2. UN-Women's Conference
3. Passing away of Bonpo Rimpoche

Friday, March 24

1. Out of Sight and Out of reach

Friday, March 24 (2)

1. China warns Japan to scrap Dalai Lama visit
2. Japan Asked Not to Allow Dalai Lama to Enter the Country
3. VOA Daily Digest - February 22 to March 22, 1995
4. Seminar on "Educating Tibetan Youth"

Sunday, March 26

1. First National Conference of Tibetan Writers
2. CHINA / SUCCESSION

Sunday, March 26 (2)

1. China slams dalai lama visit to Japan
2. Letter to WTN
3. Tibetan power station to begin trial operation

Monday, March 27

1. Dalai Lama to get visa
2. Dalai Lama visit to Japan "interference in China's internal affairs"

Monday, March 27 (2)

1. 'Chinese keep Coming'
2. Lifting the Veil on China's Tibetan 'Problem'

Tuesday, March 28

1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama to visit Japan
2. PROGRAMS SCHEDULE FOR HIS HOLINESS DALAI LAMA'S VISIT TO JAPAN

Tuesday, March 28 (2)

1. Tibet authorities to crack down on religion, splittism
2. Preferential policies for ethnic minority areas to be retained
3. Tibet public security body gives priority to anti-separatism
4. Tibet leadership appearances
5. Tibet's "optimum" period - Chen Kuiyuan

Wednesday, March 29

1. 2ND UPDATE ON THE ACCREDITATION FOR TIBETAN DELEGATES
2. Chinese dissident briefs Mitterrand's wife on labor camps, trafficking
3. China-Qinghai-Minorities Education Qinghai Teachers for ethnic minorities
4. China-Qinghai-Telecommunications Qinghai Improves Telecommunications Facilities

Wednesday, March 29 (2)

1. Tibet authorities to crack down on religion, splittism

Wednesday, March 29 (3)

1. Motion on Tibet Introduced in Canadian Senate
2. Tibetans Peace March Concludes
3. China Refuses to Permit Groups Likely to Criticize Its HR Records
4. Hong Kong Transfer Fuels Fear of Fewer Freedoms
5. Dalai Lama visits Japan despite Chinese protest

Thursday, March 30

1. HIGHLIGHTS OF TWO POLITICAL PRISONERS THE YOUNGEST SERVING POLITICAL PRISONER IN TIBET
2. THE LONGEST SERVING WOMAN POLITICAL PRISONER IN TIBET
3. CHINA'S POPULATION TRANSFER POLICY AND CHINESE HUIS (MUSLIMS) IN TIBET CAUSING TURMOIL- a brief history and overview.
4. THE "OPEN DOOR POLICY"- POST 1979- development in Tibet
5. THE CURRENT POPULATION TRANSFER POLICY IN TIBET

Thursday, March 30 (2)

1. Letters to the Newsweek Editor
2. March 10th in Warsaw, Poland
3. Drepung Monastery Lamas uplift Asheville, North Carolina
4. Geshe Thupten Jinpa on "Fresh Air"
5. Dalai Lama Arrives
6. Dalai Lama Lands in Osaka for First Visit in 11 years
7. Dalai Lama's Visit to Japan will have a Negative Impact on Its Relations

Thursday, March 30 (3)

1. Protest as Critics Barred from China Conference
2. The Predicament of Tibetan Women and the World Conference on Women
3. Tibetan Pupils in India Forced to Return; Hundreds of Children Trek Across the Himalayas without their parents each year
4. Tibetan Freedom Marchers Greeted by Dalai Lama

Friday, March 31

1. China warns Japan anew over Dalai Lama visit
2. China raps dalai lama's visit to Japan
3. Work to start soon on new copper mine in Tibet
4. Chinese dissident spends year in security limbo


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