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Weibo is a gift to Chinese

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Weibo is a gift to Chinese

Tiffany Chan Tuesday , October 25, 2011


The (724 tragedy of rear-end collision between two bullet trains-awkward, rephrase) in Wen Zhou city had caused more than 200 injured(v-should be noun) and 30 deaths. The catastrophe exposed the shortcoming of China mass transit railway development. Also , it helped accelerate the transformation of China media reporting.

Qian Gang, the famous publisher of "The Great Tangshan Earthquake” , said the disaster showed (the changing of reporting-two ing, one too many) in Mainland China of these years. After the car crash , the mini blog “ Weibo “, China's Twitter, was the first media to report the incident , beating CCTV TV Channels.

“ China had tight control on media but (the pop up?) of Weibo gave hope to Chinese citizens” said by Qian Gang in an academic sharing in Hong Kong shue Yan University. Qian believed China government may not eased the control of media in the coming years, but the existence of Weibo and Twitter helped the public get closer to the truths and make a (fairer viewpoint-awkward) (of every single news which (x) published by the central government).

Nowadays Twitter and Weibo (are not only work?) as a social network platform but also a new communication channel to the world . These years Twitter had done a great job for news reporting , for example it helped to broadcast the protests in Iran and Burma in 2 years ago, also the death of Osama bin laden and Gaddafi from Libya.

As a Chinese , I never expect weibo can trigger off a media revolution in China , but I do hope we can get use of Weibo and seeking our own justice and freedom in the society .(quotation marks? who is saying this? is this you speaking? if so consider the format/context, is it a blog article, or a formal newspaper?)

Clear news angle, your title is incomplete, Chinese who?what? Your grammar errors are holding you back, edit by reading out loud to avoid missing words, or awkward run on sentences.

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