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

WTN Archives: September, 1995

Friday, September 1

1. Jetlagged women encounter Chinese suburbia
2. U.N. Official Defends China on Tibet, Women Forum
3. Police tried to seize a video tape from exiled Tibetans
4. Amnesty International holds first protest in China
5. Women's Forum In China Opens Amid Disputes
6. Making Human Rights and Democracy A Reality for Women A report by The Green (party)- German
7. Women's rally tests limits of protest
8. Angry Delegates Prevented Authorities from Confiscating Tibetan Tape

Friday, September 1 (2)

1. Tibetans Condemn the Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of So-called Tibet Autonomous Region
2. Chinese crack down on Tibet (UPI)
3. China celebrates 30 years formal rule over Tibet
4. Women-Tibet
5. Silent protest by 9 Tibetan women at women's forum
6. Forum Features Dissident Videos; Burmese Nobel ...
7. China calls for purge of anti-Chinese in Tibet
8. Amnesty, Tibetans test China's resolve on protests
9. Tibetan activists spark tension at Beijing forum

Sunday, September 3

1. Conference organizers give 24hr notice to stop harassing delegates (AP)
2. Forum gives China 24 hours to end surveillance
3. U.S. says security threatens China women's meeting
4. Tibet exiles slam China for torture, sabotage
5. Harassment must stop by Sunday noon says Irene Santiago
6. U.S. official warns Beijing on women's conference
7. U.S. demands stop to Chinese harassment
8. Hillary Clinton urged to speak out for Chinese & Tibetan Women
9. Tibetans, exiles clash at global women's forum

Sunday, September 3 (2)

1. EDITORIAL: Beijing is no place for censorship
2. EDITORIAL: HILLARY CLINTON CAN RESPECT CHINA AND SEND A MESSAGE
3. Chinese security disrupts Tibetan exiles meeting at NGO
4. China's worst fears are realized
5. Tibetan women protest Chinese occupation

Sunday, September 3 (3)

1. China Fails to Keep Tibetan Women in Exile Out of NGO Forum '95
2. One of the Tibetan Independence campaigner grabbed and shoved (AP)
3. Chinese police clash with women over Tibet
4. Women's forum going ahead despite concerns
5. Head of U.N. women's meet fears rights backlash
6. Chinese police scuffle with women at forum
7. Solidarity Protest for Tibetan Women in France

Monday, September 4

1. Tibetan women tell of oppression and abuse (CNN)
2. Chinese authorities harass conference participants, especially Tibetan exiles
3. Chinese security guards harassing Tibetans and human rights campaigners
4. Tibetans bombed Chinese plaque before anniversary
5. China's communists give buddha a landcruiser

Tuesday, September 5

1. Australian Ambassador involved in a scuffle protecting 2 Tibetan Australians (ATC)
2. Dorji Dolma and Kelsang Wangmo were in tears and very shaken (APP)

Tuesday, September 5 (2)

1. Fifty exiled Tibetan women started a 12-day protest (AP)
2. China denies harassing exiled Tibetans
3. Hillary Clinton attacks China on human rights
4. Women confront Chinese security
5. Protest, scuffles haunt women's meeting in China
6. An Alternative view of the status of women in China today
7. Article on logging in Kham
8. BEIJING WOMEN'S CONFERENCE - Voice of America

Wednesday, September 6

1. SECURITY POLICE HARASS OUR MAN
2. WOMEN'S CONFERENCE OPENS AMID CONTROVERSY
3. Hillary Clinton raises stakes in human rights dispute
4. Exiled Tibetan leader urges better U.S.-China ties
5. Singapore's Lee warns of US-China dispute dangers
6. Gere would be Buddhist monk in this life or next
7. Amnesty program in Mass. - Massachusetts Daybook
8. 'Karma kam mit ihrer Klage nur per Telefon nach Huairou' (Karma's complains reached Huairo only via telefone)

Thursday, September 7

1. Press Release - Senate Hearing on Tibet (ICT)
2. Letter from Amnesty International to the First Lady Hillary Clinton (AI)
3. China Organizing Committee meets media
4. Hillary Clinton Rebukes China - She Criticizes Country's Record on Human Rights
5. Nobel Peace Laureates Draft Plan on Arms Trade
6. Hillary Clinton attacks Beijing for Trying to Limit the Free Flow of Ideas at U.N. Forum
7. Mrs. Clinton's Unwavering Words

Friday, September 8

1. Australia raps China for harassment of Tibetans
2. China criticises Austrlian ambassador
3. The NGOs' perseverance has been striking
4. Friedan raps China, U.N. for ``insults''
5. Police Block U.S. Entourage at China Forum
6. Editorial: Give 'em hell,
7. Hillary Clinton finds Dalai Lama's picture in a Mongolian "ger"
8. China delays trade in firm during women's meeting
9. ATC activist delivers a speech at nuclear test demonstration (ATC)

Friday, September 8 (2)

1. Tibetan Community celebrates 25 years in Britain
2. Tibetan doctors to visit London
3. Actor Harrison Ford says the cause of Tibetan people "touches at the core" of American values
4. MARIST TO PRESENT RARE TIBET PHOTOS TO DALAI LAMA POUGHKEEPSIE
5. China's Impatience Is Growing
6. Amnesty Group Acts In China
7. Takster Rinpoche speaks in Washington DC

Saturday, September 9

1. Amnesty International and includes in its stories an account of a Tibetan nun jailed for opposing Chinese rule
2. Women declare victory in problem-plagued forum
3. Chinese police in scuffle with Hong Kong TV crew
4. U.S. cites religious persecution in Tibet
5. Dalai Lama Seeks Support from Houston Business Leaders
6. CONFERENCE DE PEKIN SUR LES FEMMES DECLARATION DU SECRETAIRE DU PARTI RADICAL
7. Canadians win victory in Beijing
8. Mrs Clinton in Mongolia takes note of recent comments by Dalai Lama
9. First Lady Sips Mare's Milk in Mongolia - the government has allowed people to openly practice the Tibetan Buddhism

Sunday, September 10

1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Message to the Tibetan Delegates in Beijing at the 4th World's Conference on Women
2. Tibetan Parliament-in-exile expresses unequivocal moral support to the Tibetan delegates in Beijing
3. Press Release from the Department of Information and International Relations
4. Tibetan Youth Congress strongly condemn the Chinese' strong arm tactic

Sunday, September 10 (2)

1. Dalai Lama Seeks Support for Tibet Independence
2. Dalai lama urges U.S. to befriend China
3. Harrison Ford rails at 'brutal occupation'
4. Chinese occupaton of Tibet is wrong: US senator
5. Australian ambassador lodges formal protest over "harassment"
6. Ronald Schwartz testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
7. Richard Gere's "Tibet: The Pure Realm" on display and the proceeds will go to the Gere Foundation which promotes awareness of Tibet (NYT)
8. TEXT OF UN SECRETARY-GENERAL'S TOAST AT DINNER HOSTED BY PRIME MINISTER LI PENG OF CHINA

Monday, September 11

1. Leading Spirit - Dalai Lama's visit highlights Buddhist revival
2. The Conscience of China - Instead of seeing the Dalai Lama as a problem, China would do better to work with him to find a solution for Tibet.
3. Amnesty delivers petitions to several embassies in Beijing
4. WOMEN'S CONFERENCE: OPINION: FIGHTING TO KEEP CAIRO GAINS
5. Mrs. Clinton drew cheers from the audience at the conference center
6. Beijing Celebrates Its Thirty Year Rule Over Tibet, Activists Protest
7. Tibetan Demonstration Against China Held

Monday, September 11 (2)

1. Targeting Tibet - Tibetan Montrealers support exiled delegates in Beijing
2. Tibetan Women again had a run-in with Chinese security
3. Danish delegates escorted the Tibetans back to the U.N. conference site
4. Chinese Rulers' Unease With Outsiders Loud and Clear as Women Conference
5. Dalai Lama advises U.S. to improve relations with China

Tuesday, September 12

1. German TV interview with Dalai Lama
2. Dalai Lama "prepared to give up" demand for independence
3. Government delegation to Tibet anniversary praises achievements, criticizes Dalai Lama
4. Chief of staff praises Tibet army units
5. REGULATIONS; Tibet regulations on opening up and economic partnership

Tuesday, September 12 (2)

1. Taiwan Visit Still a Goal - Government-In-Exile Members Still Doubt RO= C
2. President Clinton would not schedule a meeting with the Dalai Lama
3. Dalai Lama Offers Advice To US
4. Dalai Lama seeks U.S. help =20
5. Dalai Lama urges U.S. to befriend China (Updated)
6. ITEMS SPECIFICALLY ABOUT TIBET OR TIBET-RELATED ISSUES BROADCAST ON TH= E VOICE OF AMERICA TIBETAN SERVICE:

Wednesday, September 13

1. President Clinton to briefly greet Dalai Lama
2. Vice President to Meet With Dalai Lama; Tibet Advocates Unhappy
3. Danish Politicians in Action for Exile Tibetans
4. Kashag's message for Women Conference
5. Press Release from Tibetan Women's Association (Central)
6. TIBETAN WOMEN SAY UN BETRAYED THEM
7. NO ENTRY INTO DRAGON COUNTRY

Wednesday, September 13 (2)

1. Clinton and Gore lauded the Dalai Lama's resolve, consistemnt commitment to nonviolence
2. Tibetan Buddhism revives in remote China village
3. Clinton sets low-key meeting with Dalai Lama
4. The Dalai Lama's Mission
5. Dalai Lama's Visit Puts White House on Spot; Vice President to Greet Tibetan Leader Cast as Dissident by Chinese
6. Tibetan anti-fatigue herb to help Chinese divers
7. Dalai Lama seeks China talks
8. Dalai Lama seeks U.S. help with China
9. Danish MPs accuse China of intimidating Tibetans

Thursday, September 14

1. Clinton had a "drop in" meeting with the Dali Lama
2. Clinton meets Dalai Lama, urges talks with China
3. Clinton sees Dalai Lama, but allows no pictures
4. WELCOMING HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA
5. WELCOMING HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA TO WASHINGTON, DC
6. ``Tibet's `God-King' Tours US in Stoic Quest for Self-Rule,''

Friday, September 15

1. U.S. counters China's protest over Dalai Lama (Kyodo)
2. Peking condemns US for 'conniving' with Dalai Lama
3. Summit hint by China
4. Tibetans tell of harassment in China
5. Mother a symbol of courage
6. The Teardrop of Tibet
7. Students drawn by Dalai Lama's cause
8. 48 Arrests So Far in Reincarnation Dispute
9. Items on Tibet and Tibetan Issues Broadcast on VOA Tibetan

Saturday, September 16

1. Rosenthal column (NYT)

Sunday, September 17

1. U.S. defends Clinton-Dalai Lama meeting (Reuter)
2. China Protest Clinton meting the Dalai Lama (AP)
3. China protests meeting with dalai lama (UPI)
4. China protests to U.S. over Dalai Lama meeting (Reuter)
5. Candle Light Vigil By Tibetan Women (TWA
6. Tibetan Bon Religion - The Current Status
7. China ends war games (UPI)
8. Rights groups hope for women's conference boost (Reuter)

Tuesday, September 19

1. Locals Complain about Military Exercises in Gansu (TIN)
2. Crackdown in Gan-lho: Monk "Paralysed" After Labrang Posters (TIN)
3. Tibetans in America start hunger strike in New York to force a Just Solution to the Tibet Issue
4. Monks call attention to Tibetan cause (CT)
5. Asian lust for tiger parts threatens species(Reuter)
6. Tibetan Monks Arrested and Beaten in Gansu (AP)

Friday, September 22

1. Signs of Leadership Split over Reincarnation (TIN)
2. Christopher considers Clinton-Jiang summit (UPI)
3. Tibet Talks (CTC)

Wednesday, September 27

1. China blasts Western media (UPI)
2. All Tibet's telephones now program-controlled (Xinhua )
3. Austrian TSG met President Dr. Thomas Klestil

Tuesday, September 28

1. U.S.-China Summit Meeting Should Be Conditioned on Human Rights (HRW)
2. Group urges U.S. to push China on rights (UPI)
3. China bids to reassure Asia but warns on Taiwan (Reuter)
4. Group urges U.S. hinge China summit on rights (Reuter)
5. Reporters "lying" about Tibetan women's human rights (Renmin Ribao)
6. Text of Qian Qichen's speech to Security Council meeting (Xinhua)

Friday, September 29

1. Human Rights in Tibet - HRW Testimony at Senate (HRW)
2. OMCT/SOS-Torture requests your URGENT intervention in the following situation in Tibet (OMCT/SOS)
3. Island State debates its future under Beijing's gun; focus: Taiwan's identity Question (MG)
4. German Book "Die Fuenf Tibeter" on Bestseller List

Saturday, September 30

1. Trekking in Tibet, One Move at a Time (IHT)
2. No Shangri-La in China's Tibet (MS)


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