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WTN Archives: September, 1999

Wednesday, September 1

1. Three Tibetan monks die after torture in detention (AFP)
2. World Bank to probe funding for China's resettlement project soon (AFP)
3. China Slams Opposition To World Bank Loan (Reuters)
4. Are Tibetans 'Citizens' of China? (NYT)

Thursday, September 2

1. Vested interest group up in arms against the Dalai Lama (DIIR)
2. Dark side of the Dalai Lama (SM)
3. Meston back in Hub after China ordeal (BG)
4. Tibetan scholar, 29, is bound for Boston (BG)

Friday, September 3

1. China Urged To Negotiate on Tibet (AP)
2. Three monks die after torture in detention (TIN)
3. Nepal stops visa for tourists from Tibet (KP)
4. Losing China? (CSM)

Saturday, September 4

1. Statement of Ms. Phuntsok Meston
2. Wife of Injured Pro-Tibet Activist Assails Chinese Jailers' Conduct (WP)
3. Dates of Future Kalachakra Initiations
4. Lifting the bamboo curtain (SMH)

Sunday, September 5

1. A Win-Win Solution to China-Tibet dilemma
2. Travel plans falls between rock and red faces (TA)
3. Jiang Visit To Focus On Trade (TA)

Monday, September 6

1. Lhasa has the largest voncentration of prostitutes (DIIR)
2. Tibet supporters to shadow Chinese president in Australia (AAP)

Tuesday, September 7

1. Noisy Protest Greets Chinese President (AAP)
2. Protesters beat a nationwide path (TA)
3. Dissident challenges leader to open debate (TA)
4. Murdoch's dirty business (DT)
5. Murdoch brands Dalai Lama 'a monk in Gucci shoes' (DT)

Wednesday, September 8

1. Go Home, cry Free-Tibet protesters (AT)
2. Hundreds protest at China Chief's visit (HS)
3. Ngawang Jinpa Dies After Repeated Beatings (TCHRD)
4. Rupert Mudoch's bias and unobjective statement
5. Tibet refugees may carry deadly TB (GM)

Thursday, September 9

1. Tibetan activist tables bold statement on rights (TA)
2. Politeness the undoing of Presidential protest (TA)
3. China still tortures Tibet, report claims (TG)
4. World Bank confronts its tangle (FT)
5. Video Web cast of H H Dalai Lama's speech

Friday, September 10

1. China turns the screw on religious freedom in Tibet (AFP)
2. Where public health clashes with refugee claims (GM)

Saturday, September 11

1. Security Breach Enrages PM (TA)
2. Chinese migrants change face of Tibet (CSM)
3. Tibetan community upset by unfair media coverage about Tuberculosis among refugees

Sunday, September 12

1. Facing the Grand Inquisitor (TA)
2. Tibet independence supporter held for pulling down Chinese flag: group (AFP)
3. Ottawa is a sucker for sad stories, and Canadians are paying the tab (NP)

Monday, September 13

1. Survivors of China's Forced Labor Camps Gather to Shed Light on Oppression
2. Protests in Lhasa during National Minority Games (TIN)
3. U.S. Says Buddhism Under "Increasing Attack"
4. Review of Ethics for a New Millenium Status
5. Image of the yacht that disrupted the Jiang lunch

Tuesday, September 14

1. China upgrades highway linking Lhasa to outside world (AFP)
2. Dalai Lama Urges Compassion (AP)
3. Free Tibet Protest Thwarted By Police (NZH)
4. TB is worldwide problem (GM)
5. Travel industry's new hotspot is icy Nathula post on Indo-Tibet border (UNI)

Wednesday, September 15

1. Chinese president cancels speech amid pro-Tibet protests (AFP)

Thursday, September 16

1. China extends Tibetan nun's jail term to 20 years (Reuters)
2. SMALL GROUP OF PROTESTERS STAND FIRM (New Zealand)
3. Tibetans fighting odds to keep alive their culture - PTI
4. American photographer finds Tibet, but no Shangri-La (CNN)

Friday, September 17

1. Ngawang Sangdrol's Sentence Extended (TIN)
2. TIBETANS ARE BECOMING HARD TO FIND IN TIBET (The Press)

Saturday, September 18

1. LEGAL ANGER AT USE OF 'PM'S PRIVATE ARMY'
2. POLICE IN FINE TIZZ OVER LEE'S PROTEST
3. SELECTIVE EXPOSURE TO KIWI WAYS
4. POLICE DENY PRESSURE TO END PROTEST
5. POLICE 'FEARED VIOLENT REACTION'
6. NO ACTION ON PROTEST
7. POLICE ACCUSED OF ACTING POLITICALLY
8. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Tibet protest

Sunday, September 19

1. Looking for the Lama (Guardian)
2. Dalai Lama says he wanted to join communist party (AFP)
3. Delegation Seeks Student's Release (ABC)
4. Tibetan Art of Wisdom and Compassion
5. MISCARRIAGES FORCED IN TIBET: DELEGATE
6. Letter to Editor: ALL WILL SEEK SAFETY, HAPPINESS (Montreal Gazette)

Monday, September 20

1. Tibetan translator released from detention in Qinghai
2. Tibet's never had it so good: Nats MP
3. China uses MP's comments to defuse Tibet concerns
4. The Dalai Lama's View

Monday, September 21

1. Compassion isn't naivete (Montreal Gazette)
2. Tibetan detained with World Bank researchers released from prison
3. China Frees Tibetan Translator
4. Allegations on Tibet wrong (China Daily)
5. MP Denies Pro-China Stand on Tibet
6. Alone on Tibet
7. Nehl Makes East Timor Mistake on Tibet
8. Folk Opera Building Transnational Bridges -

Wednesday, September 22

1. Ethics in a Modern World
2. Letters: Tibetan viewpoint
3. Myanmar Dissidents Praise China's Involvement In Timor

Thursday, September 23

1. China and Others Reject Pleas That the U.N. Halt Civil Wars
2. China castigates West on humanitarian intervention
3. Chinese Vice President Hu Is Positioned to Take Over
4. Dalai Lama to Visit Los Angeles, California October 10-14

Friday, September 24

1. Dalai Lama calls for Indian, US role in resolving Tibetan issue
2. Culture clash over teaching Tibet (CSM)
3. Plateau in an island (DC)

Saturday, September 25

1. 50 years of persecution, turmoil leaves 40 to 70 million Chinese dead
2. MPs trip on road to Tibet
3. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Murdoch should listen to Tibetans
4. "Whiff of oppression in Jiang's wake"

Sunday, September 26

1. The Dalai Lama
2. Hu Jintao: Chinese Communist Party 'golden boy'
3. The state of dining with dignity
4. No reason to hide reality from Jiang: EDITORIAL - THE CANBERRA TIMES
5. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (The Australian, 23 September, 1999)
6. Jiang's visit to New Zealand: LETTERS TO THE EDITORS of various NZ papers

Monday, September 27

1. China admits ethnic conflict, poverty among minorities
2. China's Communist Regime Crushes Dissent With Iron Fist 50 Years On
3. Global Dance Party for Tibet: Earthdance 1999
4. Rendell clashes with Tibet backers

Tuesday, September 28

1. A Spiritual Leader Flees His Homeland, 1959: by Dalai Lama

Wednesday, September 29

1. China's next 50 years
2. Party that is no fun for millions
3. Cox Bill Would Sanction World Bank
4. A Younger Class of Leaders Is Emerging

Thursday, September 30

1. Tibetans Being Forced To Celebrate 50 Years Of Communism
2. Jaswant's visit a big step forward, says Chinese Ambassador
3. Jiang Pledges To Crush Ethnic Separatism, Warns Foreign Forces
4. NEW STUDY REVEALS NATIONWIDE SYSTEM OF ARBITRARY DETENTION


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