This is a brand new series of "Mr. Zhou Live Show". Mr. Zhou will share his unique point of views with the audience.
<b>Ep.1 The Scandal Of Chinese Judges</b>
The video of Chinese judges soliciting prostitutes in a resort was exposed on the internet and that has stirred up much public controversy. The scandal mirrors the corruption of the Chinese bureaucracy and seriously damages the government's effort on building up credibility from public. Mr. Zhou analyses the impacts behind the scandal and points out the judiciary difference between China and foreign countries.
<b>Ep.2 Talent Show Hit</b>
Talent show is the recent popular television genre in China which occupied lots of TV channels' schedule this summer. Amused by the awkward performance of participants while being a judge of a talent show, Mr. Zhou used the analogy with pageant for emperor in the past to illustrate the social phenomenon behind talent show.
<b>Ep.3 Chengguan </b>
Chengguan, which is the Chinese city urban administrative and law enforcement bureau, has been put under the spotlight since the growing conflict between them and the public in nowadays Chinese society. The violent law enforcement and injustice of Chengguan has provoked resistance from raged public. Mr. Zhou identifies the deteriorated situation with the corruption of Chinese bureaucracy.
Taxi service could be a reflection of the local culture as well as the living condition of the public. Mr. Zhou explains the reasons behind the complaints of taxi service and comments about the distinctive culture of taxi service in an ironic way.
Master should be the one with high level of knowledge, class and morality or a highly recognized expert, but most so-called masters fail to fulfill those qualities. Some “masters” even set people up by using their trust. The “Qigong Master” Wang Lin was discovered to be a notorious deceiver after meeting Ma Yun and became famous. Mr. Zhou shares his views on being a veritable master.
Technology advancement is a two-sided coin which brings more efficient communication and faster facilitation of rumours at the same time. A netizen nicknamed “Qin Huohuo” spread the rumour that the Chinese government compensated the foreign victims of 723 damaged carriages in Wenzhou train collision with ridiculously high monetary compensation. Also, the soap opera fabricated the fact of the Anti-Japanese War which caused misleading message. When the development of technology is untamable, it would be a new challenge for the Chinese government to maintain the social discipline.