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Weibo overcomes PRC’s Internet Censorship

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Trevor C LEE 095066 2011年10月25日 (二) 23:17 (UTC)


HONG KONG, OCT 25-Weibo is a popular microblog in China (inc sentence).

(x) Recent years, netizens posting personal statuses and daily information on Weibo has become a trend in China.

Qian Gang, Co-Director of China Media Project of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre in the University of Hong Kong, described Weibo as God’s gift for the new generation in China.

Qian further explained Weibo gathers general citizens’ (surveillance?) on social issues.

He stressed that Weibo helps unveil the truth (of?) certain social issues covered by the Chinese Government.

Qian reckoned (x) collision accident of high speed trains in Wanzhou in July is a proof of the power of Weibo.

The Communist Central Government of China imposes strong news censorship over public media, including netizens’ online activities.

The Chinese Government Propaganda Department has overpowered the media in the country after the accident, not letting the public knowing(vt) the truth and the death toll.

Qian pointed out that netizens tried to send out information about the accident. He described Weibo as a novel mean to break through the censorship firewall and to broadcast explicit information (good sentence).

He said, “Wei Bo changes the flow of traditional news production. It is now an important news source (of?) the public.”

Qian said it is difficult for the Government to stop information from spreading in Weibo, as there are so many users broadcasting instantly (at the same time-means the same thing as instantly).

Qian expected Weibo to impact the media industry in China, and improve the situation of highly censored media.

Although clear and focused, a few of your sentences were a bit dry. By that I mean, they did not provide any new information that the reader might not have known before reading the article. Other than that, your news angle was clear, perhaps a few concrete facts about Weibo might be helpful, such as the number of users, and the speed at which the news spread.
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