More about Tibet

Katerina Makovec (bc293@freenet.toronto.on.ca)
Sun, 12 Nov 1995 00:45:20 -0500 (EST)


Dear Georges:
Here is some more about Tibet. . . .
I am clearing-up my 'read messages' before I go. I have not done much
myself, expect writing to Bhutros Bhutros Ghali when 5 Tibetans were on
hunger strike in front of UN.
. . .
Katerina

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Date: Mon, 6 Nov 1995 10:47:01 GMT
From: SEIBERT 2410 <petra@ZAUSUN1.ZAMG.AC.AT>
To: Multiple recipients of list TIBET-L <TIBET-L@IUBVM.UCS.INDIANA.EDU>
Subject: Re: Press Release from DIIR

> I'm afraid that I have little idea how to influence this. At the
> moment, I'd like to ask if anyone has e-mail addresses for Chinese
> government offices, overseas embassies and consulates or other agencies.
> I hope that someone will be able to post these addresses to this list in
> order enable people to protest rapidly and also, perhaps, demonstrate to
> the Chinese that there are people with access to modern tools and methods
> who support the Tibetan cause.
>
> A digest of surface mail addresses would also be useful. Can anyone
> post these e-mail and postal addresses?

Pat, write to your own Government and ask to put pressure on China to release
the Panchen Lama and Chadrel Rinpoche and all others involved, and let
them also leave the country if they wish so.
Ask human rights organizations to investigate the case.
Dharma groups could write letters to Chinese embassies that they would not
accept anyone as Panchen Lama who is not acknowledged by H.H. Dalai Lama.
The Panchen Lama has already been identified, what counts now is that he
will be able to get proper training. Last not least this will depend on the
general development in Tibet in the future, so any awareness-rising and
pressure on China is useful.

Petra