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WTN Archives: November, 1997

Saturday, November 1

1. Dalai Lama's representative to Taiwan to arrive next month
2. US religious leaders to go on fact-finding mission in early January
3. China cuts ties to three Hollywood studios
4. China pulls 2 films from Tokyo festival
5. State and "stateless" dinners fete Chinese leader, Tibet
6. Hollywood takes on China, Dalai Lama approves

Sunday, November 2

1. US names Tibet policy coordinator
2. China Scores Unacceptable'' U.S. Tibet Appointment
3. Tibetan exiles welcome US appointment of Tibet policy coordinator
4. TYC on the US Special Coordinator for Tibet appointment
5. Tibet's appeal for support amidst repression
6. The protesters waited, then got their moment
7. Jiang defends regime in speech at Harvard - Thousands demonstrate against Chinese president
8. How to talk to China

Monday, November 3

1. Preaching Love in the Face of Adversity
2. Jiang Plays the Market in N.Y.
3. China hits back with Tibet film
4. A movie to show what China, U.S. have in common
5. China's President Jiang Wins Gingrich's Vote
6. Chinese leader feted by California leaders - Final stop on U.S. tour
7. Earthquake hits Tibet, no injuries reported-Xinhua
8. Jiang, in Reply to Tiananmen Query, Cites 'Mistakes'

Monday, November 3 (2)

1. Dalai Lama ready to settle for "genuine autonomy:" spokesman
2. China opposes US coordinator for Tibet policy
3. Jiang shrugs off protests but acknowledges "mistakes"
4. Mainland China has to change, Tibet must be free: professor
5. Cambridge crowd runs political gamut
6. Film - Hollywood's Newest Star: Tibet

Tuesday, November 4

1. Dalai Lama Slams China Conditions on Tibet's Future (Reuters)
2. It's time to talk about Tibet
3. Hong Kong Bows to Beijing in Turning Away 3 U.S. Films
4. The scene Jiang missed
5. US Special Coordinator for Tibet to Testify at House Hearing
6. China opposes U.S. appointment of Tibet coordinator
7. China says Turmoil with U.S. Over

Wednesday, November 5

1. Tibetan government in exile ready for talks with China "without preconditions"
2. Dalai Lama rejects deal
3. Jiang, China unwavering on human rights
4. THE SPIRIT OF TIBET - Vision of human llberation
5. POP CDS -- An Eclectic Sampler for Tibet
6. FORGOTTEN IN THE HOOPLA: TIBET'S YOUNG TORTURE VICTIMS
7. In Beverly Hills, Pickets Take Aim at Many Targets

Thursday, November 6

1. Quebec Premier Bouchard in Beijing: No comment on Tibet
2. A journey with focus on the youth
3. For 10 Years, Woman Holds Free Tibet Vigil at Chinese Embassy
4. Hong Kong: Territory Is Newest Battlefield on Tibet
5. U.S. Tibet Envoy Warns of Violence
6. House Votes to Ban Chinese Leaders
7. Richard Gere Slams China: Stateless Dinner Mocks Stateside Visit

Friday, November 7

1. Bouchard skirts Tibet issue
2. New US coordinator plans visit to Tibet
3. PREPARED STATEMENT OF GREGORY A. CRAIG SPECIAL COORDINATOR FOR=20 TIBETAN ISSUES BEFORE THE HOUSE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE=20 NOVEMBER 6, 1997
4. China takes a beating on Hill on Tibet, army's U.S. activities

Saturday, November 8

1. 17 Year Sentence for Tibetan "Spy"
2. China Comes To Call Jiang Zemin Visits the U.S. After a Long Silence
3. US congressman adopts Tibetan "prisoner of conscience"
4. Measures punishing China headed for approval by US Congress
5. China defends its rights record after dissident leaves for exile
6. Australia denies transmitter to Radio Free Asia
7. Big quake hits Tibet, Xinjiang
8. Teen Report-Pitt's the best part of "Tibet," reviewer says

Sunday, November 9

1. Wisconsin State Assembly protests Chinese abuses
2. `We Can Afford to be Moral'
3. Flag of convenience
4. Jiang likely to speak at city's APEC gala

Monday, November 10

1. DHARAMSALA TO HOST AN INTERNATIONAL HIMALAYAN FESTIVAL OF FOLK CULTURE
2. US House of Representatives votes to expand Radio Free Asia broadcasts
3. Nepal Opposes Splitting Tibet from China: PM

Tuesday, November 11

1. CHINA'S HOLD ON TIBET INFURIATES FEINGOLD
2. Medicine Rooted in Old Tibet (NY TIMES)

Wednesday, November 12

1. Delhi's kowtowing to Beijing
2. China cautions India to stay off Tibet
3. US Tibet Aide in India next Week in Different Role
4. Dalai Lama keen to hold talks with US Tibet envoy
5. TIBET SCHOLAR TELLS OF REPRESSION
6. Tibet is part of China: Nepal PM

Thursday, November 13

1. Nepal Incursion by Tibet Police
2. Dalai Lama is willing to meet Craig
3. China tightens Nepalese border following crossings by Tibetans

Friday, November 14

1. Quake measuring 5.5 hits China's Kunlun mountains
2. Tibet chief hails "great victory" in uncovering Dalai Lama plot
3. FINAL UPDATE FOR PEOPLE'S SUMMIT IN VANCOUVER, Nov, 17 - 24 (CTC)
4. U.N. condemns Iraq, orders all weapons inspectors out of country

Friday, November 14 (2)

1. Quake measuring 5.5 hits China's Kunlun mountains
2. Tibet chief hails "great victory" in uncovering Dalai Lama plot
3. FINAL UPDATE FOR PEOPLE'S SUMMIT IN VANCOUVER, Nov, 17 - 24 (CTC)
4. U.N. condemns Iraq, orders all weapons inspectors out of country

Monday, November 17

1. Power Struggle in Tibet Party; "Hidden" Enemy Targetted (TIN)
2. Tibetan film bags top award (H)
3. China grants economic incentives to restive ethnic minorities (AFP)
4. Group of 55 Tibetans arrested in Nepal on way to refuge with Dalai Lama (= AFP)
5. Ambassador Richardson's UNGA remarks on human rights at the General Assembly's third committee

Tuesday, November 18

1. 'Be selfishly wise', Dalai Lama urges humanity (HT)
2. Dalai Lama welcomes appointment of U.S. Tibet aide (Reuters)
3. 'Be selfishly wise', Dalai Lama urges humanity (HT)
4. Authorities in Tibet said to target 'hidden reactionaries' (AFP)
5. His Holiness the Dalai lama appreciates the release of Wei Jingsheng (DII= R)

Wednesday, November 20

1. Tibet delegation refuses to meet critics, calls off London trip (AFP)
2. Stars put on thwir own party for Tibet (PA)
3. China wanrs Australia against Tibet post (AAP)
4. China to allow US delegation into Tibet (ENS)
5. APEC People's Summit Delegates Call for Human Rights as Foundation of Summit Leaders' Trade Policies (ILCT)

Saturday, November 21

1. Tibetan Offical speaks at United Nations
2. China dissident speaks in NYC (UPI)
3. Rep. Cox to Visit Tibet (ICT)
4. Tibetans Leaving Tibet, Conditions Under Chinese Worsening (CTC)

Sunday, November 23

1. Dalai Lama talks to Taiwan paper about Tibet-Taiwan relations
2. News agency picks up negative reporting on Hollywood Tibet film (Xinhua )

Monday, November 24

1. Tibet motion passed by the Australian Senate
2. A dream realized (BG)
3. APEC Protesters Have Other Agenda (AP)
4. Tibet Leaders to Visit Europe (TIN)
5. Jiang Zemin Seen During Protest (CTC)

Tuesday, November 25

1. TAR delegation planned to visit the UK cancelled
2. Tibet supporters demonstrate against Chinese President's visit to Canada (CTC)
3. Protests greet Asian leaders
4. Building bridges with Chinese pro-democracy activists (HT)

Thursday, November 28

1. Jiang laughs at all of us (CS)
2. Jiang and the restless (CS)
3. On the Record For a Free Tibet (WP)
4. Tibet warns again of instability caused by Dalai Lama (AFP)
5. China confirms cancellation of Tibet trip to London (AFP)
6. China blasts Australian moves to name special coordinator to Tibet (AFP)

Friday, November 28 (2)

1. Dalai Lama gets Gregorios award (TOI)
2. Chaksam-pa The Tibetan Dance and Opera Company (PD)

Saturday, November 29

1. Despite white hat Jiang still butcher (TS)
2. China, Canada to discuss human rights (UPI)
3. Human rights cast shadow over China trade talks
4. Free speech? Not in front of the company

Saturday, November 29 (2)

1. Hundreds protest Jiang visit, officials use the back door (TS)
2. Leader boasts of `democratic' China (TS)
3. Chinese leader separates protest from 'chaos'
4. China denies human rights abuses (OS)
5. China's Jiang welcomes increased Toronto business (Reuters)
6. Chinese Domination of Eastern Tibet (CTC)
7. Real folk speak loud and clear (CS)
8. A red carpet stained with blood (CS)

Sunday, November 30

1. Ottawa protests against Jiang red carpet treatment (CTC )


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