Zola, citizen journalist

An interview at this year's Chinese blogger conference with Zola (Zhou Shuguang), a citizen journalist and blogger well-known for covering sensitive events throughout China.

In this clip, Zola talks about major Internet happenings in 2008 and netizens influencing Chinese government and legal decisions.

For more on Zola, Google him (English) (Chinese), or Baidu him (Chinese). His official Web site is blocked in mainland China, but try accessing it through this mirror site. Zola is also on Twitter at @zuola.

This video is also available on Tudou for faster loading in China.

Film by Adam J. Schokora
Music by B6

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from all these interviews, i can feel China is heading to the right direction, politically.

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