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Weibo save the freedom of press

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011


HONG KONG -- Regarding the worries about Mainland government over control the media, (scholar?) said it does harm the freedom of press, that the media was forced to make "selective reporting".


Qian Gang, the University of Hong Kong's Journalism and Media Studies Centre Co-Director of China Media Project, also the writer of the famous book – “Tangshan Earthquake” (too long of an introduction, choose most important achievement), attended the assembly of Hong Kong Shue Yan University this morning.

“China (noun form should be adjective) government is trying to suppress press freedom, take (x) 723 High-Speed Train Crash as an example, only the official media is(vt) allowed to report the news,” said Qian. 


Qian explained, usually when huge accidents happen in China, (general?) news company is not allow to have live reporting, they can only use the official news clips release by CCTV and Xinhua News Agency. “Just like a kind of ‘selective reporting’,” he said.


“To deliver news through the internet, especially Weibo, is the only way out. Weibo is a gift from God,” he said.


In the 723 High-Speed Train Crash case, people spread the latest news (in?) Weibo and telling(vt) the truth (of?) this serious accident.


“Every citizen has the responsibility to fight for press freedom; we maybe can not success(noun form, should be verb), but do not give up,” said Qian.


Weibo is a Chinese microblogging site, the first Weibo was lunched by Sina two years ago, there are over 200 million people using Weibo.

Your article is clear and concise however there are quite a few grammatical mistakes. Try proof reading your work out loud, this will help catch awkward phrases, and missing words.
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