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WTN Archives: July, 1996

Monday, July 1

1. Full text of Tibet Resolution at the German Parliament

Tuesday, July 2

1. Dalai Lama performs Buddhist rite at ancient site
2. THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE EUROPE VIEW COLUMN

Wednesday, July 3

1. Welcome, Dalai Lama -- Editorial ( New Zealand Press)
2. The Dalai Lama has `right' to visit NZ
3. Press Release: A Demonstration for Tibet in Atlanta

Thursday, July 4

1. Strong earthquake rocks China's Tibet region
2. Tibetan Edition of Classical Poems Published
3. First Tea Farm in Tibet
4. China executes 16 for Buddha theft, grave robbing
5. China Provides Effort to Promote Economy in Ethnic ...

Friday, July 5

1. Dalai Lama's visit -- Editorial Comment, New Zealand Press
2. Japanese diplomat meet with Dalai Lama in India
3. Peacejam: Teen Conference with Tibet's Dalai Lama
4. The Songs of Tibetan Nuns Recorded in Lhasa Prison

Saturday, July 6

1. New website on All things Tibet Launched!
2. Smear campaign sparks safety fears over Dalai Lama's UK visit
3. Special Report - Shadow boxing on the path to Nirvana

Sunday, July 7

1. Tibetan problem defies solution
2. His Holiness the Dalai Lama will visit the UK from July 15-22 1996
3. Qinghai to Build Largest Jade Processing Base in ...
4. Tibet Quake Causes Little Damage
5. China dismisses critics of its crackdown on crime

Monday, July 8

1. THE COST OF COMPLAINING
2. A NEW VIDEO ON TIBET
3. PRC Spokesman Criticizes Britain Over Dalai Lama Visit

Tuesday, July 9

1. China jams Tibetan exile radio - BBC
2. Book Donations for Tibet's First Public Library
3. TIBETAN MONKS ON A WORLD TOUR VISIT PANAMA AND SOUTH AMERICA
4. Scholars, officials call Tibet "No 1 backwater"

Wednesday, July 10

1. THE FIRST PROTEST: TIBET BACKERS PICKET AT CHINESE EXHIBIT
2. China to continue support of Cuba
3. Foreign Governments tolerate China's Abuses: Human Rights Watch-Asia
4. Australian Democrats protest naming of car
5. CHINESE HOPE TO CASH IN ON HONG KONG'S RETURN ...

Thursday, July 11

1. From the World's Headlines - TIME
2. FIVE QUESTIONS WITH TIBETAN FREEDOM FIGHTERS
3. U.S. Focuses On Better Ties to China

Friday, July 12

1. Tibetan visit must proceed
2. Human Rights Watch's report at crackdown in Tibet.
3. President of EU Council of Ministers Urges Dialogue

Saturday, July 13

1. Democratic Party Platform mentions Tibet -- Excerpted
2. ASIAN SECURITY TIES PRIORITY IN U.S. DEMOCRATS' PLATFORM
3. NOW EUROPE FACES CHINA'S WRATH
4. Separatism in Tibet and Xinjiang number one threat to China
5. New Air route Links Xian to Lhasa

Sunday, July 14

1. Call to close sect's benefit loophole
2. The god-king and the darling of the Nazis
3. Unrest Flares Anew In China
4. TiBeT nEt

Monday, July 15

1. Dalai Lama to address British MPs
2. Puget Consumers Co-op stops buying Chinese goods in protest of country's occupation of Tibet
3. Bellevue woman honored for Tibetan work
4. Labour Government will call for EU-wide sanctions on Human Rights

Tuesday, July 16

1. Invitation to Dalai Lama may upset the Chinese The Power of Compassion: Portraits of Tibet
2. The Strength of the Dalai Lama Tibet may well upset Western rapprochement with China
3. DALAI LAMA TO ADDRESS MPs
4. His Holiness The Dalai Lama asks for peaceful negotiation with China
5. Address by His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the Palace of Westminster, LONDON July 16, 1996

Wednesday, July 17

1. Dalai Lama urges MPs to oppose 'cultural genocide' The Power of Compassion: Portraits of Tibet
2. The Battle of the Buddhists
3. Tibet's free spirit The State Visit - Dalai Lama arrive today.
4. SEEKING JUSTICE FOR TIBET

Thursday, July 18

1. BRITAIN WILL PRESS CHINA ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN TIBET
2. ET tribute to mark Dalai Lama visit
3. The Power of Compassion: Portraits of Tibet
4. HIGH-TECH JOBS FOR SALE

Friday, July 19

1. CHINA BORDER UNREST FLARES
2. CHINA PRAISES BOUTROS-GHALI
3. CHINA MILITARY CONCERNS JAPAN

Saturday, July 20

1. Dalai Lama's London visit will `damage' relations
2. Beijing rejects Dalai Lama talks
3. US WON'T MEDIATE CHINA'S UNIFICATION: LORD

Sunday, July 21

1. TIBETAN BUDDHIST LEADER TO VISIT KENTUCKY, INDIANA

Monday, July 22

1. Enlightened at a concert "FREE TIBET' EVENT MADE LISTENERS AWARE OF WORLD PROBLEMS

Tuesday, July 23

1. Dalai Lama urges religious respect

Wednesday, July 24

1. Buddha Exhibition Held in Sagya Temple in Tibet
2. FLOODS, LANDSLIDES KILL MORE THAN 50, DAMAGE CROPS ...
3. Dalai Lama optimistic on Tibet, but says time runs out
4. Nepal floods, landslides kill 54

Thursday, July 25

1. FOCUS ON: MONGOLIA Mongolia's religious revival boosts Dalai lama
2. Nation's Security Fear Seen Muting Support for Tibet

Friday, July 26

1. DALAI LAMA'S VISIT CARRIES NEW RELIGIOUS SIGNIFICANCE
2. DISCIPLES PREPARING FOR THE DALAI LAMA
3. CREATION OF A FRENCH-SPEAKING WEB ON THE TIBET ISSUE

Saturday, July 27

1. THE YEAR OF THE MONKEY (996 AD) AND THE MILLENARY OF THE GREATTIBETAN TEMPLE OF THOLING
2. Special Committee on Dholgyal Dispute Formed

Saturday, July 27 (2)

1. Second Monk Dies in Lhasa Prison
2. STEVEN SEAGAL MEETS WITH DALAI LAMA AT INDIANA ...
3. U.S. Post Record Trade Deficit with China in 1995

Sunday, July 28

1. Dissident Monk Said to Die in Prison in Chinese-Controlled Tibet

Monday, July 29

1. TENZIN GYATSO THE DALAI LAMA
2. DALAI LAMA OFFERS SIMPLE ANSWERS TO COMPLEX QUESTIONS
3. TIBETAN DIES IN PRISON

Tuesday, July 30

1. Truth About Tibetan Culture
2. Tibets Boost For Post and Telecommunications
3. Better Life For Tibet's Rural Residents
4. Tibetan Pupils Increase Contacts With Pupils in ...
5. Joint Theatrical Performance In Tibet
6. Go West! China's Plan For the Future (1)
7. Medical Services Welcomed on Grassland
8. Italy Aids Tibet First-Aid Service
9. New Form of Poverty Relief For Tibet


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