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The head of the China Media Project in the Hong Kong University, Qian Gang, attended the General Assembly of the Department of Journalism & Communication. He said in the 7.23 , the accident of the multiple unit train (EMU) in Wenzhou, apart from getting information from the official, reporters can release information without being ((percolated)) by the government through Weibo.

Qian Gang, is one of China's foremost journalists and is best known for his tenure as managing editor of Southern Weekend, one of China’s most progressive newspapers. He told the students that once the accident occured, media in the mainland sent reporters to Wenzhou immediately. Yet, they were recalled by the National Publicity Bureau. Media in the mainland report this ((noes)) in an evasive way. After a week from the accident, they received a notice said to cooling the accident, apart from news which are provided by the official, no media can do any interview or comment the accident without permission.

Qian Gang continued, I upload news article from the Apple Daily and the Oriental Daily News onto Weibo, although those articles had been deleted afterwards. However, information can still be passed into the mainland. He said, although the news media are not allowed to publish the accident on front page, reporters can upload information such as text and photos onto Weibo, to spread the hidden truth through the internet.

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