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<-Back to WTN Archives WTN ARCHIVE - April, 1995

WTN Archives: April, 1995

Monday, April 3

1. Question of Accreditation of Non-Governmental Organizations to the Fourth World Conference on Women

Monday, April 3 (2)

1. Tibet official interviewed on implementing State Security Law
2. State Security Ministry issues notice on Tibet
3. Dalai Lama remembers meeting Awn cult leader
4. Dalai Lama arrives
5. Tibet TV: "Dalai clique" a "Western tool" used by anti-China forces
6. Under a Buddhist moon

Tuesday, April 4

1. Tibet TV: "Is the Dalai still the spiritual leader of a religion?"

Tuesday, April 4 (2)

1. Beijing shunts NGO women's conference to suburbs
2. UN-Women's Conference

Wednesday, April 5

1. Dalai Lama believes he can return to Lhasa within three years
2. COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN RECEIVES EXTENSION OF CURRENT SESSION UNTIL 7 APRIL

Wednesday, April 5 (2)

1. Tibet youth group denounces "Dalai clique"
2. Tibet, Gwzhou civil servants undergo Hong Kong training

Wednesday, April 5 (3)

1. Statement by Palden Gyatso before the U.S. House International Relations Committee, Subcommittee on International Operations and Human Rights
2. NGO Forum on Women in Beijing to be held 50 kms outside of Beijing
3. Women's Conference in Beijing seems headed for more controversy
4. China's Hero Wei Jinsheng should be set free

Thursday, April 6

1. All post-1950 buildings to go in Tibet's Potala Palace Square redevelopment
2. Tibet discipline chief urges sense of crisis in anticorruption fight

Thursday, April 6 (2)

1. Dalai Lama denies Japan cult guru was disciple
2. The Dalai Lama criticizes Aum Supreme Truth
3. Japan-Dalai Lama
4. China to Set Up Six New Panda Reserves
5. Windstorm hits ancient Chinese city of Dunhuang
6. Nepal seeks changes in security treaty with India; plans greater cooperation with China in promoting Western tourism to Tibet via Nepal

Friday, April 7

1. Dalai Lama says Tibetan independence poll being prepared; date not fixed
2. Dalai Lama discusses subway attack, friendship with Asahara
3. Dalai Lama says Aum leader not his disciple
4. Xinhua profiles six "scientific farming" programmes " in full swing" in Tibet

Friday, April 7 (2)

1. Chinese Step Up Attack on Dalai Lama
2. UPDATE 4 ON THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

Friday, April 7 (3)

1. COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN RECOMMENDS THAT ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL ACT ON PENDING REQUESTS FOR ACCREDITATION OF NGOS TO BEIJING CONFERENCE
2. SHERAB NGAWANG: Teenage nun held as Prisoner of Conscience in Tibet

Saturday, April 8

1. Amnesty candle Light Vigil for Tibetan Nuns
2. UN-Women's Conference
3. Women's UN preparatory conference ends
4. China reports success in saving snub-nosed monkey
5. Drepung Loseling monks teach traditional masked dances of Tibet
6. Tibetan Fungus Enlisted in Cancer Fight - Researchers pin hopes on pigment in Chinese remedy

Sunday, April 9

1. Tibetan Girl Held for 1 Year After Release Announced
2. China's Changing Communist Party

Sunday, April 9 (2)

1. GOING TO BEIJING WITH OPEN EYES

Monday, April 10

1. PART I OF TIBETAN BULLETIN MARCH-APRIL 1995 ISSUE

Monday, April 10 (2)

1. PART II OF TIBETAN BULLETIN MARCH-APRIL 1995 ISSUE

Monday, April 10 (3)

1. PART III OF TIBETAN BULLETIN MARCH-APRIL 1995 ISSUE

Monday, April 10 (4)

1. Prophets and losses
2. Tibetan cadre Kong Fansen "the Lei Feng of the new period"
3. "Grim", "complex and arduous" antisplittist struggle

Monday, April 10 (5)

1. Commission on Status of Women, concluding Thirty-ninth Session, Approves Draft Platform for Action for Beijing Conference
2. India wary of Asian trouble from Spratlys, China
3. Asia's three great powers could have substantially greater military capabilities by 2010

Tuesday, April 11

1. Dalai Lama Visits Hiroshima
2. Longest Serving Tibetan Political Prisoner to Visit U.S.
3. China-Wei Jingsheng

Tuesday, April 11 (2)

1. Former Soldiers to be Given Permanent Posts in Tibet (TIN)
2. Nepal seeks better trade, tourism ties with China
3. Chinese parliament chief arrives in Japan
4. Beijing women's conference - what is gender?
5. China seeks to placate India over ties with Pakistan, Burma

Thursday, April 13

1. Nepal demands right to buy arms from China
2. Tibet installs 14th incarnation of living buddha
3. Tibet builds a 1,400 tonne veg oil plant-agency
4. Dalai Lama and other Nobel Laureates Support Wei Jinsheng's Nomination for 1995 Nobel Peace Prize
5. Mighty Mandala

Friday, April 14

1. Nepal cracksdown on Tibetan exiles and Kashmiri militants (VOA)
2. Holding China Accountable Through the United Nations System
3. News Update

Friday, April 14 (2)

1. Chinese Trade in Human Foetuses for Consumption is Uncovered
2. Human Foetuses Eaten as Health Food in China
3. China Plans to Employ Former Chinese Soldiers and Paramilitary Police as Local Officials in Tibet (AP)
4. Nepal Seeks Changes to the 1950 Friendship Treaty with India (AP)

Saturday, April 15

1. Tibetans Mourn the Passing Away of Morarji Desai
2. A Forgotten People
3. Congressional Hearing of Horrors of Chinese Labour Camps
4. Intense Anti-Corruption Campaign Under Way; Tibet Government Official Lauded as Example of 'Squeaky Clean' Official
5. Nepal seeks better trade, tourism ties with China

Saturday, April 15 (2)

1. Statement from His Holiness the Dalai Lama
2. CONTACT WITH THE CHINESE AUTHORITIES REGARDING THE SEARCH FOR THE REINCARNATION OF THE PANCHEN LAMA
3. Press Release from the Office of Tibet, New York City, USA

Monday, April 17

1. Fugitive's son fights death penalty (UPI)
2. Bus Crash Kills 18
3. China to protect ancient cities, scenic spots

Tuesday, April 18

1. Tibet TV calls for "tit-for-tat struggle against Dalai clique"
2. Tibet customs seize "tens of thousands of reactionary propaganda materials"
3. Tibetan "model couple" on religion
4. Tibet's medical care network profiled
5. Tibet authorities to dredge Lhasa River

Tuesday, April 18 (2)

1. In Wild Asia, Caravan to a River's Source

Wednesday, April 19

1. Fourth Tibetan Woman Dies After Leaving Prison

Wednesday, April 19 (2)

1. Dalai clique "provoked clashes"
2. Tibetan Buddhism delegation to visit Taipei
3. Deng Pufang hopes to improve welfare for disabled in region
4. "Renovation" of old Tibetan area in Lhasa

Wednesday, April 19 (3)

1. Tibetan Women and the Beijing Conference: An Overview
2. Support for Peace Marchers in Tibet
3. Correction to Human Rights Update March 16th 1995
4. China politicising NGO Forum
5. Tibetan monks in Ohio to heal the world
6. First photos of Everest summit to be auctioned
7. First Tibetan buddhism group arrives in Taiwan
8. Christopher discusses Taiwan with China
9. Unmystic Brasilia Draws The Energetically Occult; Aunt Neiva's Community Sect Proves Durable

Saturday, April 22

1. Krishnamurti Centenary at KFI includes the Dalai Lama (IE)
2. Letter to the Editors
3. Exiled Tibetan Arists To Perform in New York City

Saturday, April 22 (2)

1. General Assembly authorizes Economic and Social Council to decide on pending proposals for accreditation of NGOs to Beijing Women's Conference.
2. Dalai Lama to visit Germany on May 3
3. Prime Minister Adhikari Leaves for China
4. Chaksam-pa's tour update
5. Play, Tibet Does Not Exist - Available to Colleges for Performances

Monday, April 24

1. Tibet's legislation reflects regional autonomy
2. Tibet procedures for implementing law for underaged

Tuesday, April 25

1. Brittan's voyage to the damned

Tuesday, April 25 (2)

1. Tibetan judicial administrative conference ends
2. Tibet's Gyamco calls for judicial improvement, criticizes Western "hostile forces"
3. Life, deeds and death of Tibet model official Kong Fansen
4. Nearly 2,000 Zhejiang officials volunteer for 45 posts in Tibet

Thursday, April 27

1. German foreign minister to receive Dalai Lama
2. China opposes German plan to meet Dalai Lama (Reuter)
3. Kinkel aendert Haltung: - Gespraech mit Dalai Lama (dpa) [Kinkel Changes Attitude: Will Speak with Dalai Lama]
4. Letter to the Globe editor - Human Rights in China
5. Friends of Surmang is looking for Doctors and qualified construction professionals to help staff our summer program in East Tibet.
6. Tibet support groups strategy for FWCW in tatters as time runs out
7. Tibetan Education professor in US

Thursday, April 27 (2)

1. Lhasa city official "sober-minded" crackdown on Dalai clique's "sabotage"
2. Ockenden provides couple's Tibetan -blessing

Thursday, April 27 (3)

1. Demonstrations February-March - Monasteries Raided, 196 Monks and Nuns Arrested or Expelled -
2. Tibet Week in St. Petersburg

Thursday, April 27 (4)

1. Politicians issue joint statement condemning China's decision to limit NGO access at the Fourth World Conference on Women
2. Letter to the Editors - China Theme Park Under Fire

Saturday, April 29

1. TIBETAN POLITICAL PRISONERS DEATHS - CAUSED BY MALTREATMENT AND NEGLECTIN CHINESE PRISONS


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