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God Hand of China- Weibo

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God Hand of China,Weibo

Kelly Choi --095077 2011年10月18日 (二) 22:18 (UTC)

25 October, 2011


“Weibo is a (God hand of china-unclear statement) and a hope for China.” said one of China’s foremost journalists Qian Gong in a joint-university conference held by Hong Kong Shue Yan University (date?).

In China, media is regulated by the Communist Party of China. All negative news (for?) Chinese government such as the poisoned-milk scandal in 2008 and Wenzhou train crash (in?) 23 July 2011 are banned to report.

However, with the advent of Weibo which is (like-informal) a hybrid between Twitter and Facebook, and one of the most popular sites in China, “there is seemingly little regulation of content so Chinese web user use the Internet as a means to air their views (at?) liberty.” said Qian Gong who is one of China’s foremost journalists, best known for publishing "The Great Tangshan Earthquake".(sentence is a bit long, try introducing Qian Gond first, or Weibo first, but not both at the same time)

He took the Wenzhou train crash as an example and said that people from Wenzhou (can take)vt photos of the real reality of the train crash and (upload-vt) them on Weibo.

“Instead of reading the official press release of Chinese traditional media, people can know the truth behind through the post in Weibo. Surely this signifies progress towards democracy in China.” said Qian.

Qian emphasized, “Weibo is a gift given by God. It gives people a valuable opportunity to influence the Chinese government and hope the media will be innovated to be independent but not a government mouthpiece.”

Good, your article is focused, but perhaps you could add information on Weibo and its users-concrete figures.
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