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WTN Archives: August, 1995

Friday, August 4

1. Media release - Hiroshima Day Stop Chinese Nuclear testing in Central Asia
2. China is not the Soviet Union (SJMN)

Saturday, August 5

1. Transnational Radical Party's Secretary visits Dharamsala (TRP)
2. Worldwide Satyagraha for Freedom in Tibet. (TRP)
3. Question of human rights and fundamental Freedoms in Tibet. (TRP)

Sunday, August 6

1. China lambasts Dalai Lama for fifth straight day (Reuter)
2. China attacks Dalai Lama over senior monk choice (Reuter)
3. China accuses Dalai Lama of political competition(Reuter)
4. Nepal, China agree to boost security (UPI)
5. World Bank Pulls Out of Nepal Hydroelectric Project (AP)
6. Tibetan Rights Campaign, Amnesty International protest visit by Chinese trade mission (TRC)
7. Thousands having trouble getting visas to China for World Conference on Women (SJMN)

Monday, August 6 (2)

1. Tibet Party Elects Secretary, Deputies, Members (Xinhua)
2. US Tourist Stripped in Police Search for Letters; Arrests Likely (TIN)

Tuesday, August 8

1. China asks Nepal to control Tibetan refugees (Reuter)
2. China moves to reassure UN women's forum (UPI)
3. China and US: One Goliath Takes on Another(CSM)
4. China and the NGOs - Editorial (CSM)

Wednesday, August 8 (2)

1. Tension in Tashi Lhunpo (DIIR)
2. Lettter from Tibetan Women's Association - Dharamsala

Thursday, August 10

1. Sonam Tashi-A Political Prisoner Tortured To Death (DIIR)
2. A Bomb Blasts Case And Tightening Control In Tibet (DIIR)
3. New Fax number for Dharamsala

Thursday, August 10 (2)

1. Dalai Lama's U.S. visit puts Clinton on spot (Reuter)
2. China blames Dalai Lama for unrest in Tibet(Reuter)
3. China arrests three smuggling 89 kg of gold from Tibet(Reuter)
4. We Must Live Together Without Trying To Destroy One Another (NYT)
5. VOA Tibetan Broadcast Service Tibetan
6. The International Tibet Resource Directory -2nd Edition (ICT)
7. The Right Course On China

Friday, August 11

1. SATYAGRAHA - (Truth-Insistence)

Saturday, August 12

1. Urgent Appeal: Protest PRC Dance Troupe Performances in Bay Area
2. Rumtek Monastery Threatened with Violence

Saturday, August 12 (2)

1. Tibet Group Slams Nuclear Test Plan (EE)
2. Jang Zemin - A Profile (VOA)
3. Officials Know Nothing of Religion (SCMP)
4. Karmapa Dispute: Monks Protest Outside Sikkim Monastery - (TIN)

Sunday, August 13

1. Tibetan Canadian Women set for UN Conference (CTC)
2. Chinese Step Up Pressure on Nepal Deportations (TIN)

Tuesday, August 15

1. China Admits to Nuclear Waste on Tibetan Plateau
2. UN Snubs the Dalai Lama Again
3. Tiny Sage Greeted: Buddhists believe boy is reincarnated Tibetan holy man,

Wednesday, August 16

1. State looks to China, despite tensions Officials are searching for trade office site

Thursday, August 17

1. China Crushes a Dream of Freedom (Guardian)
2. Tibet chromite mine becomes China's largest
3. Casting Call -- Role of Lama in KIM

Friday, August 18

1. CHINA EXPLODES NUCLEAR BOMB IN COLONIAL TERRITORIES
2. Obituary -- Geshe Nawang Darghay (New Zealand)

Monday, August 18 (2)

1. Testimony of Gendun Rinchen
2. Testimony of Harrison Ford (ICT)
3. Testimony of Melissa Mathison (ICT)
4. Testimony of Professor P. Jeffrey Hopkins (ICT)
5. Testimony of Professor P. Jeffrey Hopkins (ICT)

Saturday, August 19

1. HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA TO ATTEND A HISTORIC CONFERENCEIN TRINIDAD

Tuesday, August 19 (2)

1. Statement by His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama on His Visit to the United States (ICT)
2. His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Speech to the Chinese Students and Scholars (ICT)

Sunday, August 20

1. Obituary -- Geshe Ngawang Dhargyey (New Zealand)

Wednesday, August 20 (2)

1. In harmony and diversity with the God-King (The Guardian)
2. Statement by His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama Sackler Gallery (ICT)

Monday, August 21

1. India, China agree on troop cut in disputed region
2. China Criticised over handling of Visas for Women Conference
3. China-Keeping the Lid On Conference
4. U.S. presses China on visas for conference
5. China Blocks Visas for Participants in Women's Forum
6. China's Nuclear Test will not affect Mrs. Clinton's visit to Beijing

Thursday, August 21 (2)

1. Tibetans Wish Happy Birthday To Un By Demanding It To Live Up To Its Tibet Promises (otny)
2. Trade deficit with China sets record high (AP)

Tuesday, August 22

1. China defends visa rejections to the Conference
2. Mrs Clinton-China
3. BOUND FOR BEIJING - BUT WILL CHINA LET THEM IN?
4. Peking: Suche nach neuem Pantschen Lama laengst nicht abgeschlossen

Wednesday, August 23

1. Search for New Panchen Lama Has Not Been Settled
2. Tibetan woman denied visa to attend Beijing Conference --Norwegian TV:
3. China's privatisation of UN Human Rights forum Condemned (Press Release)

Saturday, August 23 (2)

1. Victory by democratic ticket in Hong Kong worries China (CT)
2. People's Daily blasts Clinton's visit with Dalai Lama (CT)

Thursday, August 24

1. China denies more visas for conference
2. China gropes secretly for Tibetan lama solution
3. China denies arrest of Panchen Lama

Monday, August 24 (2)

1. China accused the U.S. of supporting Tibetan independence(AP)
2. China says U.S. insincere on Taiwan, Tibet (Reuter)
3. Samdong Rimpoche meets Italian MPs (RP)
4. Carpet-Weaving Demonstration (UPI )
5. Mr. Clinton, Meet Mr. Wu (WP)
6. Letter: (SJMN)

Friday, August 25

1. Paying the Price of Progress

Saturday, August 26

1. CONDEMNATION OF CHINA'S NUCLEAR TEST IN EAST TUKESTAN
2. UPDATE ON HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA'S SEPTEMBER 1995 VISIT TO THE U.S.
3. Hydropower Project Under Fire in Tibet

Tuesday, August 26 (2)

1. 'Remnin Ribao' condemns "farce" of Dalai Lama-Clinton meeting (RR)
2. Clinton meeting with Dalai Lama a "serious incident" for Sino- US relations (Xinhua )
3. Xinhua English version of "commentary" on Clinton-Dalai Lama meeting (Xinhua )
4. Austrian president discusses nuclear issues, human rights, Tibet with Jiang Zemin (AR)
5. Dalai Lama warns of "violent events" if China ignores international pressure (MP)
6. Tibet party secretary hails police and army work (XR)
7. Tibet Does Not Exist in NYC - Theatre

Sunday, August 27

1. American Deported From China Kept Secret Diary of Life in Jail
2. UN WOMEN'S CONFERENCE: THE CHINESE AUTHORITIES' POSITION IS UNACCEPTABLE.
3. Tibet gears up for anniversary
4. Greens protest Chinese nuclear test

Wednesday, August 30

1. Statement on the Exclusion of Tibetan Women from Beijing Conference
2. Women's Conference Opens in Beijing
3. Chinese Given Word: Beware of Naked Women
4. Chinese Communist Leaders merge into Lhasa

Thursday, August 31

1. Editorial - The Lama's Lament; Autonomy for Tibet (FEER)
2. Tibetan Exiled Community Receives UN Award
3. China eager to bask, not burn, in women's limelight
4. Dalai Lama urges U.S. to prevent Tibetan ``doom''
5. Tibet leader hails 30 years of formal Chinese rule


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