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Weibo mob or Weibo revolution?----the journalism dilemma

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Karin Lai Kwai Lan


The train crash tragedy in Wenzhou (has drawn a great social echo than most major accidents). Under the strict media and internet regulations, almost all public events are exposed in Weibo (a micro-blog, similar to Twitter) first. Instead of general release by the authorities (respectively which are often react reluctantly and ambiguously).


Famous writer Qian Gang said, "Chinese citizens and reporters are now starting to use Weibo to against the China government's ban, it is on the progress." He described it as Weibo is God's gift.


The train crash tragedy is a classic example which can reveal the power of Weibo, during that time, the government was trying to mask the accident, however, the domestic sources was exposing during instantaneously. Domestic photos and videos told the truth and reveal may unknown facts, including the victim complaint. (((run-on)))


Qian described it was a "media explosion", there was thousands of sources in the Weibo and being forwarded by millions of people. He said the change is positive and it can adhere the journalism professional. However, he said that the explosion should be an healthy improvement, "The emergence of Weibo gives opportunities to the journalists, research news and reveal news story in a fresh medium." (((multiple run-ons)))


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