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"Weibo is a gift from the God" said Qian Gang

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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by Tina Au-yeung

HONG KONG 25 OCT - Qian Gang said that Weibo had made a great contribution to revealing the truth (of?) Wenzhou high-speed train crash (x)happened in July (year?).


Weibo, (which is like Twitter but in Chinese version-simplify too informal this way), has not only helped a lot of passengers in Wenzhou train crash (how did Weibo help?) but also offered a new way for traditional newspapers which have been strictly controlled by the Chinese government. Qian, a well-known journalist and author of non-fiction novel “The Great China Earthquake”, said that although the Chinese government did not allow newspaper to report on the crash, newspapers(not a person, cannot find ways) still can find ways like Weibo to display their headlines (which had been asked to revoke-who asked whom? the way this is written makes it seem as though the headlines were asked-rephrase).


“We could find that though (the command from the government had been made-incorrect use of passive voice) and most newspapers did not post their original headline on the crash, some newspapers post(vt) it (in?) Weibo and thousands of people shared it.” said Qian. He added that Weibo is given by the God(by God, or the gods) so that Chinese citizen can know the truth behind what official media have said.


As Weibo has helped people breakthrough information control, Qian believed(vt-no longer believes?) that the pressure of the officials controlling the information flow is getting greater and greater. He added that the information will be more transparent only if reform(one reform?) is made and every Chinese citizen fights for it.

Your article is focused, however the context from the crash is missing, how did it help the passengers?
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