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北京大学新闻与传播学院副教授,博士。价值中国网(www.chinavalue.net)总编辑。中国传播学会常务理事。著有《网络为王》、《众声喧哗》等,译有《数字化生存》、《未来是湿的》等。

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yunnan announces microblog for transparency  

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http://china.globaltimes.cn/society/2009-11/488092.html

Yunnan announces microblog for information transparency

  • Source: Global Times
  • [03:14 November 27 2009]

By Ji Beibei

Yunnan Province's publicity department has launched amicroblog on the Internet to encourage the public to comment on policiesimplemented by the provincial government. The blog was launched Saturday.

"We found it necessary to enhance the transparency ofgovernment information releasing and learn the public's reaction," GongFei, an official at local government publicity department, told the GlobalTimes Thursday.

Visitors could open accounts and make comments on t.sina.com.cn. They just need to click the button "My concern" ont.sina.com.cn/1662558237.http://t.sina.com.cn/yunnan 微博云南)

Microblogging is multimedia blogging that allows users tosend short text messages plus photos and audio clips, and publish them. Eachentry should be less than 140 characters.

Yunnan government is the first provincial government to"eat the crab," a Chinese idiom used to describe a person tryingsomething new before everyone else.

Microblogging also works as a channel for the public toknow what officials are doing and about how the government has handled someunexpected incidents, Gong said.

One of the blog entries was the protest organized bymerchants at a market in Luosiwan last Saturday.

Some 100 merchants blocked the road around the market toprotest a government plan to relocate the market in a suburban area.

"The job of the government is to serve the people, andit has to understand public opinions. It should not only care about itspolitical achievements while ignoring the interest of the public," anInternet user commented.

Another Internet user was more radical, saying, "Thosepeople who earn high salary do not sincerely care about the major public."

"We have made it a routine to check in themicroblogging daily and report and discuss those remarks which we think are important,"said Zhao Bo, another official from the department.

About 8,556 Web users have signed up on the blog as of 7 pmThursday.

"Setting the platform is only the beginning and themore challenging work is how to make it work," added Zhao.

Hu Yong, a communication expert at Peking University, toldthe Global Times that it's still unclear if the microblog would be effectiveand if government could respond well to public scrutiny.

He said the blog should include real time news.

"What kind of information the government will publishis also a question," said Zhou Shuguang, a network engineer from HunanProvince.

Dry information, such as officials drafting some documents,might lead to loss of interests and trust on the microblog, Zhou added.

Microblogging, though a fresh thing in recent years, hasbecome increasingly popular, especially among the young. Famous sites such asTwitter boasts over 44 million hits alone in June, the marketing researchcompany comScore said in August.

 

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