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The Gift From God, Weibo

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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23 July is the unforgettable date of the Wenzhou train collision tragedy. The incident revealed that the media was being controlled and the truth was being suppressed. However, due to the common use of Weibo, the truth was revealed. "Weibo helps the public to search for the concealed truth," said Qian Gang, a senior non-fiction writer and journalist, in a conference held at Shue Yan University yesterday.

['Reveal' means to show something; 'conceal' means to hide it. They are antonyms, and have opposite meanings. Be careful with your word choice.]

‘With the help of Weibo, there is a hope for journalism,’ Qiangang believes. When you share your opinions on Weibo, unlimited readers follow your blog and then your news can spread all over the world quickly. Therefore, "you can never forget the gift from God, Weibo." However, Qian warned that China will tighten the freedom of news agencies and that it is easy for the government to control the behavior and comments of the people.

Qian also said that if journalists want to have freedom of press, he highly recommends that both types of media, internet and newspapers, be used to together to fight for it.

Weibo (微博) is the Chinese word for ‘micro blogging’. Due to internet censorship in China, many popular non China-based microblogging services like Facebook, Twitter, and Plurk are blocked in China. Weibo is also the common online platform for Chinese citizens to share their views and news. According to statistics, there are 1.95 million Weibo users, which is over 40% of internet users in China.

[Good article. Great job explaining why Weibo is a 'gift from God']

[Grade: A] --095080 2011年10月25日 (二) 23:40 (UTC)

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