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Weibo – A Valuable Platform for “Free” Speech in China

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Weibo – A Valuable Platform for “Free” Speech in China (Good Title)

--095107 2011年10月25日 (二) 23:06 (UTC)


The 723 Wenzhou rail crash happened more than three months (x) and yet the official investigation report has yet to be released. Qian Gang, a non-fiction writer and journalist, recalled how Weibo, a mircoblogging site in China, played an important role in reporting this disastrous accident during an assembly of the Shue Yan University on Tuesday, Oct 25.


“The Weibo bloggers first broke the news and then the news spread rapidly all over the Internet. This is definitely a breakthrough in Chinese media,” said Qian. Since the information had already been spread speedily (in?) Weibo, the Chinese government decided not to ban the media (in?) reporting this accident immediately.


No wonder, the “freedom of speech” is very shortlived (incomplete sentence-no wonder comes after the result has been explained) . The freedom died down on the sixth day(s) after the accident as the Government urged the media to adopt a low profile approach in handling the related news of the crash.


Although the Chinese Government always keeps a close eye on the public interactions (in?) the Internet, Weibo seems to have become a freer platform for the public. “Weibo is a gift from God. If everyone utilizes Weibo, it would be difficult for the government to keep tight control of the information exchange in China. Hence, we might enjoy slightly more freedom on this platform,” Said Qian.


However, Qian believes that the Chinese government would not change its policy of scrutinizing information posted (in?) the internet. “I can guarantee that (all kinds of speech-unclear, edit) would be under close surveillance until the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in the autumn of 2012.”

Your article is focused, and well supported however there are many grammatical mistakes. Reading out loud while proof reading will help reduce awkward sentence structures and inappropriate use of prepositions.
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