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<-Back to WTN Archives WTN ARCHIVE - September, 1996

WTN Archives: September, 1996

Sunday, September 1

1. German Government Upholds "One China" Policy: FM
2. China sets up armed patrols along Tibetan border
3. FISCHER STANDS BY TIBET COMMENTS
4. China wants to work on improved ties with Australia: Chinese PM

Monday, September 2

1. Chinese close Tibetan monastery school, arrest monks: report
2. Situation in Tibet like run-up to Cultural Revolution: activist
3. Tibetan monks to be "educated" to free them from Dalai Lama's influence

Tuesday, September 3

1. China Calls for Clean-out of Tibetan Monasteries
2. China Aims to Spur Travel to Restive Tibet
3. China warns US to back down on human rights issues
4. Beijing hopes meeting of China, Germany FMs will repair ties

Wednesday, September 4

1. Voice of Tibet radio says being jammed by China
2. China slams U.S. over ``human rights diplomacy''
3. Border Survey Between Xinjiang, Tibet Completed
4. Joint Efforts Made by Tibet and Swiss Train Rural ...
5. Fleeing Tibetan refugees returned home
6. Rhodiola Production Line in Tibet
7. Two Optic Cables Added to Tibet

Thursday, September 5

1. China Bars Access To As Many As 100 Internet Web Sites
2. China warns Australia on Taiwan, Dalai Lama
3. CHINA AUST DALAI 2 BEIJING (REOPENS)
4. CHINA STILL HURT OVER DALAI, BUT AUST TRIP SEEN AS

Friday, September 6

1. China proposes 'wool diplomacy' with Australia
2. Talabani condemns Russia, France, China for defeat of UN resolution
3. Around the world in 60 days -- Frenchman arrives in Hong Kong
4. One strike and you're out

Saturday, September 7

1. China expands 're-education' campaign in Tibetan monateries
2. FED: MORE CHINA NEEDLING
3. Australia rejects talk of Taiwan visit

Sunday, September 8

1. Re-education Campaign Extended to all Tibet Region

Monday, September 9

1. Appendix to TIN News Update 7th September 1996: "Re-education Campaign Extended to all Tibet Region"

Tuesday, September 10

1. VIDEO WALL FOR DALAI LAMA IN SQUARE
2. Dalai Lama to meet New Zealand PM: Official

Wednesday, September 11

1. New Zealand prime minister ignores Chinese protests over Dalai Lama
2. China protests Dalai Lama's meeting with New Zealand prime minister
3. New Zealand prime minister ignores Chinese protests over Dalai Lama
4. Legion of Aussie devotees rolls out red carpet for visiting god-king

Thursday, September 12

1. BOLGER TREADS DELICATE PATH TO DALAI LAMA
2. TIBETAN PORTRAIT BENEFIT PREVIEW FOR TIBET
3. Monastery Is Tranquil Island in Booming China

Thursday, September 12 (2)

1. China slams New Zealand, warns Australia over Dalai Lama=20
2. China unhappy about Dalai Lama meeting=20
3. Australia gears up to greet Dalai Lama=20
4. This may be of interest to WTN readers. Bhuchung
5. CHINA ANGRY AT DALAI LAMA'S WELCOME
6. QIAN QICHEN, CHINA'S VICE-PREMIER AND FOREIGN MINISTER, TO VISIT CANADA
7. China says Internet Management `Normal'
8. Wage rise for Chinese troops in Tibet=20
9. Troops get Bonus

Friday, September 13

1. US Plane in Trial Flying Test on World's Roof
2. Tibetan activists plan 13-city vigil for vanished colleague
3. Maori leader slams Chinese statement on Dalai Lama
4. China Raps N.Z., Australia over Dalai Lama's Visit
5. Australian Foreign Minister Downer to Greet Dalai Lama
6. China Steps up Criticism of New Zealand
7. China warns Dalai Lama trip hurts NZ ties

Saturday, September 14

1. HOWARD LIKELY TO MEET THE DALAI LAMA
2. Tibetan Portrait A Great Success in Bay Area

Sunday, September 15

1. HOWARD LIKELY TO MEET THE DALAI LAMA
2. Dalai Lama arrives in Sydney amid China complaints
3. Opposition Leader Mr Brereton urges PM to meet the Dalai Lama
4. China puts heat on PM to snub Dalai Lama
5. Bolger quiet, China unhappy, after Dalai Lama meeting

Monday, September 16

1. China upset over Dalai Lama aussie visit (UPI)
2. Dalai Lama urges Australia to help stop "cultural genocide" in Tibet (AFP)
3. China threatens action over Dalai Lama's visit to Australia (AFP)
4. Dalai Lama shows himself to be a realistic idealis (APP)
5. Dalai Lama urges Australia to press China on Tibet (Reuter)
6. China likely angered by Dalai Lama trip ... (UPI)
7. Dalai Lama calls for Tibet autonomy ... (UPI)
8. Dalai Lama urges religious unity ... (AAP)
9. Rights abuses worse in China, senator tells demo (AAP)

Tuesday, September 17

1. Dalai Lama a Brave, Courageous, Spiritual Leader (AAP)
2. Australia faces mounting pressure over Dalai Lama (Reuter)
3. China angered by Dalai's Australia trip (Reuter)
4. China warns Dalai meetings could harm trade ties (Reuter)
5. Howard to defy Chinese threats and meet Dalai Lama (AFP)
6. Australian PM Howard wants to meet Dalai Lama (Reuter)
7. World's Highest Oil Pipeline Lives On (XINHUA)
8. Dalai Lama preaches compassion to China (AAP )
9. Acting Australian PM dodges meeting with Dalai Lama (AFP)

Wednesday, September 18

1. Dalai Lama appeals for help to send a message to Beijing (AFP)
2. China Dalai warnings reflect territorial anxiety (Reuter)
3. Australia-tibet: "The Dalai Lama show" goes down ...(IPS)
4. Dalai Lama backs euthanasia in exceptional circumstances (AFP)
5. Parliamentarians talk human rights at China meet (Reuter)
6. Re-education Drive: Sera Monks Issue Statement - Arrests Rise to 13 (TIN)
7. A Tibetan Friend of Ours is Missing; Can't We Rescue Him? (BT)

Thursday, September 19

1. China threatens Australia with sanctions over Dalai Lama (AFP)
2. What the nation's newspaper editorials say today (AAP)
3. Dalai Lama urges world to reassess China policies (Reuter)
4. China threatens Australia with sanctions over Dalai Lama (AAP)
5. China avoids specifics but warns Australia again (AAP)
6. Germany Hopes to Resume Normal Relations With China (XINHUA)
7. Tibetan musician shifted to Lhasa prison (IE)
8. China asked to free Tibetan musician (Tribune)

Friday, September 20

1. IPU's 12+ Group passes memorandum on Tibet during Beijing conference
2. Tibetan leader says he may be the last Dalai Lama ( AAP)
3. Australian FM dismisses China threat over Dalai Lama (AFP)

Saturday, September 21

1. Dharamsala welcomes Europe statements on Tibet in Beijing (DIIR)
2. 12th Assembly of the Tibetan People's Deputies adopts resolution on IPU (DIIR)
3. Peace march from Wardha to Delhi (DIIR)
4. "Release Panchen Lama" Bicycle rally (DIIR)
5. Statement of His Eminence the Gaden Tri Rinpoche (head of Gelukpa sect) regarding the worship of gods and protectors

Sunday, September 21 (2)

1. Dalai Lama welcome to visit as religious leader, president's office says (CNA)
2. DHARAMSALA: "UNA VISITA DI STATO" (AF)
3. Dalai Lama seeks help in struggle againsit China (Kyodo)

Monday, September 23

1. Dalai Lama donates 650,000 Australian dollars for Tibetan projects (AFP)
2. Text of the memorandum adopted by the IPU's 12+ Group in Beijing
3. China caps Tibetan temple with golden roof (Reuter)
4. Xinhua is the official news agency of the People's Republic of China (Reuter)
5. China rights delegation to visit Switzerland (Reuter)

Tuesday, September 24

1. China heaps abuse on Dalai Lama ahead of Sydney (Reuter)
2. Beijing says Canberra interfering in its affairs (Reuter)
3. Australian PM to meet Dalai Lama, upsets China (Reuter)
4. Australia's Howard to meet Dalai Lama - aide (Reuter)
5. China boosts power capacity in remote Tibet (Reuter)

Wednesday, September 25

1. Beijing warns of 'shadow' over Sino-Australian ties (AFP)
2. Australia plays down Chinese threats over Dalai Lama (Kyodo)
3. Australia braces for Chinese retaliation over Dalai Lama m eeting (AFP)
4. Australia plays down China rift over Dalai Lama (Reuter)
5. Australia's Howard unmoved by Chinese threats (Reuter)
6. Dalai Lama wants to visit Taiwan but faces obstacles (AFP)
7. China signals end to Tibet dispute with Germany (AFP)

Tuesday, September 26

1. Dalai Lama meets Howard to push Tibet dialogue (Reuter)
2. Richard Gere praises Australian PM for agreeing to meet Dalai Lama (AFP)
3. Australia braces for Chinese retaliation over Dalai Lama meeting (AFP)
4. No Tibetan student from schools (DIIR)
5. Norwegian MP's statement at the IPU meeting in Beijing
6. Kalachakra in Salugara from December

Tuesday, September 26 (2)

1. Diplomat lama buys into dispute (SMH)
2. Give Tibet back to the Tibetans (Guardian)
3. An Appeal to the Peoples and Governments of the World

Sunday, September 29

1. Dalai Lama travels enrage China over sovereignty (Reuter)
2. Tibetans Demonstrate for Two Days Before United Nations
3. New Representative in New York

Monday, September 30

1. Dissidents Challenge Beijing (AP)
2. Dalai Lama visit hailed a success by organisers (AAP)
3. Dalai Lama ends Australian visit (Reuter)
4. China orders Tibet officials to fight against the Dalai Lama (AFP)
5. Asian radio service forced to change name days before debute (AFP)
6. Chinese premier meets with controversial Panchen Lama choice (AFP)


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