Please edit it:
Having understood this, we hurried to say good news, good news indeed to him. Mr.Chen was joyful like a child, saying continually: Yes, good news, good news.
Re: Good news
hurried to congratulate him on the good news. (at least I think that's what you're trying to say)
and put quotes around Mr. Chen's statement
Here is the context. Please edit the paragraph in bold font.
Seeing that we were puzzled, Mr. Chen went on to explain that he has had a vein thrombus, and was in the hospital for two months not long ago. This morning he saw his doctor, and was given a clean bill of health.
Hearing this, we immediately congratulated him:"Good news, good news indeed!" Elated, Mr.Chen looked like a child, saying repeatedly: "Yes, good news, good news indeed!"
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