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我于是打开 https://verification.twitter.com/welcome 开始提交资料
Hi, My name is Zhou Shuguang aka ZUOLA or Zola, I am a independent blogger , network engineer , used to be very active at China, many media call me ” China’s first citizen reporter “, focus on report sensitive issue and report online even Great Firewall blocked my website by social media like twitter since 2006 with one man one computer one camera. like a lonely knight.
Time Magazine call me : Zhou Shuguang’s brief but spectacular career as China’s first roving citizen reporter on the Internet “
I was win a award from US department of state, Twitter Contest Challenges the World to Define Democracy, here is link and photo :http://www.zuola.com/weblog/2010/02/1460.htm
here is my English biography :
Zhou Shuguang, a.k.a. Zola, is a self-taught internet technologist and former
network administrator who received his certification as a network engineer in
2004. Since May 2004, Zola has maintained a blog at http://www.zuola.com
where he shares often useful and interesting information, occasionally focused
on social issues. In 2007, Zola reported on what was being called “the
most awesome nail house in history” in Chongqing, subsequently attracting
the attention of traditional media. Since then, Zola has participated on the
reports of various sensitive stories and breaking news events such as the “Resist
P-Xylene Plant” Demonstration in Xiamen, the Yilishen scandal in Shenyang,
the “Weng’an Uproar”, the CCTV headquarters fire, the stabbing of
a prominent blogger in Qianliexian, and the news of Hangzhou resident Tan Zhuo
who was killed by a speeding sports car. By reporting on these and other events,
through various social networking platforms, Zola has since received widespread
international attention. He is one of the many veterans fighting the censorship
of news and Internet restrictions in China. Zola has received interviews by
both domestic and international media, and is the subject of much academic discussion
in the area of new media. Zola has been invited to Beijing Foreign Studies University,
Beijing University, Tianjin Normal University ， National Chung Cheng University，Soochow University，Leiden University to exchange with journalism students.
Zola continues to host seminars on new media technology in Beijing, Guangzhou
and throughout mainland China. At present, Zola has been providing independent
blog services and other technical training services for netizens .