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Weibo is a shock to traditional media

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Everyone can be a news reporter,Chan Fong

Nowadays, there are 485 million Internet users in China. And there are 195 million (people amount them having?) their own Weibo. It is a new era of media. Chan Fong, the vice editor of Tencent Weibo, pointed out that (weibo) represented the new media since everyone can be a (producer-inap) to report news. Also new media is (slightly in content?-what do you mean by that?), which is different from the past. The changes shows(sva) media would not only (be directed?controlled?) by reporters anymore.


Chan Fong,(already introduced) (x) invented to attend the assembly of Hong Kong Shue Yan University this (morning). “New media would not replace the traditional media but (it must be a challenge to it-edit awkward wording),” said Chan Fong. He mentioned the example of the popularity of television. For instance, radio (was not be) replaced by TV. Therefore, weibo can co-exist with traditional media. (need to link the argument more precisely, show correlation in the same sentence)


Chan Fong also emphasized that changes (must be happened?-edit) in the media industry. He said “In the past, we were able to digest and report news to the public. But now (they?who?) can publish the news.” The public should not be shocked by the changes since (it is positive to human life-awkward and vague). (New media would become faster in the future. And the message would become high mobility and more powerful-careful with grammar and missing words, proofread)

Your title could be changed to Weibo; Shaking up traditional media

Clear news angle, however your grammar is holding you back. Proof read out loud-helps catch most mistakes.
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