Zhou Shuguang, male, a.k.a. Zola or zuola, Thirty seven years old, Senior Network Engineer,Chinese blogger, activist, Getty Images Contributor, Original from Hunan China, immigrated to Ruisui Township Hualien County Taiwan (R.O.C) . He is a veteran fighting the censorship of news and Internet restrictions in China...→
This documentary follows Zola and "Tiger Temple" whom reporting on sensitive news throughout China. Zola was developing social media skills and running one-man news stations while fighting censorship regulations and avoiding the risk of political persecution.
Thirty two years ago, China sent its first-ever email. “Across the Great Wall, we can reach every corner of the world,” the Mail Administration of China wrote to researchers at Germany’s University of Karlsruhe at 9:07 p.m. Beijing time at Sept. 14, 1987. But instead of bridging the wall, China has since built a new one, in cyberspace - the largest system of Internet censorship, control and surveillance in the world, nicknamed the Great Firewall of China. Zola was fighting against with Great Firewall.
More than 1,400 Twitter users around the world took part in a U.S. Department of State sponsored contest to define democracy and the State Department announced the most popular "tweet" was from a Chinese user Zola, as know as "@zuola " :
"Democracy is a set of game rules that, in their gradual process towards perfection, independent individuals and organisations in a civil society seek to maximize their interests by using transparent and nonviolent means"
the message from Zola, which presumably stuck to the 140-character Twitter limit in Chinese. Winner Prizes was a Flip Video HD Camcorder.