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“Weibo can free the news,” 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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Emily Tang


Tuesday, October 25, 2011


Three months ago, the incident of 7.23 China Railway High-speed (CRH) raised awareness (of?) freedom of journalists and media in China. Qian Gang, the well-known author of “The Tong Shan Earthquake”, blamed the Chinese Government of over-controlling the media. However, he pointed (x) that Weibo at last helped to “save” the news and raise the freedom of the press.


Qian recalled how journalists were restricted (on?) reporting the incident of 7.23 China Railway High-speed (CRH). He said that Chinese Government has restricted the whole media market and this makes a barrier to the development of the media factory in China.(repeating yourself)


He explained the Government set a standard for news releasing. Journalists are forced to filter news and partly report the facts. Qian also described the (operation?) of media in China as “Actions can only follow requirements, but not freestyle” (ambiguous quote, not clear enough).


Facing the restrictions, Qian said that network development was the only way to save the news. He added users can release news freely through Weibo. This can raise the transparency of news, (like-informal) the incident of 7.23 China Railway High-speed, Weibo acts as a platform to release the real plight(whose plight?). He also added that the high popularity of Weibo was facilitated by the conservative Government. (ending with a strong point that needs to be further developed-how has it facilitated it, and how many users does Weibo due to Government restrictions.)

Your article has a focused news angle, but as I mentioned above, your ending leaves the reader on a cliff-hanger, an "accusation" that requires more proof.


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