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Qian Gang: We face endless suppression unless the PRC reform

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Qian Gang: We face endless suppression unless the PRC reforms--095169 2011年10月25日 (二) 21:19 (UTC)

Qian Gang, the famous Chinese reporter who wrote “The Great Earthquake of Tang Shan”, said that the media in mainland China would face endless suppression from the government unless it started to carry out some reforms. [There is ambiguity here. Does 'it' refer to the media, or to the government?]

Kong Shum

Qian talked about the Wenzhou train collision incident which happened on July 23. “The headline of “The Beijing News” was banned by the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China immediately,” he said. The headline was a follow up story of the Wenzhou train crash. He said that the immediate sources mainly came from the internet, especially Weibo, which means microblogging in English. [Does Weibo mean microblogging, the action; microblog, the thing; or both?]

However, Qian pointed out that internet users may be controlled or affected in some situations since the internet is an extremely powerful platform to mobilize people for political purposes.

(Qian also criticized the government for its order of total retreat of reporter - ??? What are you trying to say here?). He interpreted that the government only allowed anticipated action and effects from the media. He said Weibo was the gift of god that as it served as an immediate source of media. “The new media is a lot faster than traditional media,” he said.

But he added that not every reporter in china followed the government’s unreasonable restriction. “There are still healthy news organizations in mainland China,” he said. He reminded Hong Kong people that they should not classify all media in mainland China as only one sort.

[You barely talked about your headline, and didn't explain it.]

[Grade: B-]

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