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Joey Zhou Inteviewed by Acts29 Hosts Gene Chu and Deedee Dezhen Gao

Updated: Apr 21, 2023


Acts29 host Gene Chu, Joey Zhou, and host Deedee Dezhen Gao


Los Angeles, California, USA. 7th April, 2023. LABA Founder, Joey Zhou was interviewed by "You Have a Good Story," produced by Acts29, a social media platform based in China. Gene Chu is the founder of Acts29 and Deedee Deshen Gao is a host for the platform which is available on WeChat. Approximately 20,000 viewers attended the live interview that was seen throughout China and other countries.


Joey Zhou, TV host and founder of LABA


Here is the press release that was written by Gene Chu at Acts29:


Nationally Recognized Anchor Joey Zhou Shares His Journey and Insights on Pursuing a Passion for Journalism


Beijing, China - April 6, 2023 - Joey Zhou, one of the most respected anchors in the country, recently sat down for an exclusive interview to share his insights on pursuing a career in journalism and to offer his advice to those interested in entering the field. The interview, conducted by Gene Chu and featured in "You Have Good Story," sheds light on Zhou's journey to becoming a nationally recognized anchor and his thoughts on the future of journalism.


In the interview, Zhou discusses his passion for storytelling and his dedication to pursuing his dream of becoming a journalist. He speaks about the challenges he faced along the way and the importance of staying true to one's vision in a competitive field like journalism. Zhou also shares his insights on the future of journalism, emphasizing the critical role that journalists play in providing reliable information to the public. He discusses the impact of technology on the field and emphasizes the importance of staying up to date with these changes. "I want to keep pushing myself to tell important stories and to provide insightful analysis that helps people make sense of the world around them," said Zhou.


The interview offers valuable insights for aspiring journalists, and anyone interested in the field of journalism. Zhou's dedication and passion for the craft are sure to inspire others to pursue their dreams and make a difference through their work. In addition to discussing his career journey and insights on journalism, Zhou also spoke about the importance of perseverance and reaching for the stars. He mentioned the Chinese proverb "对着月亮射箭比树枝射剑更高," which translates to "shooting an arrow at the moon is higher than shooting a sword at a tree branch." Zhou encouraged aspiring journalists to set their sights high and to never be afraid to pursue their dreams.


"I think it's important to have a clear vision of what you want to achieve and to never give up on that vision," said Zhou. "If you shoot for the moon, even if you fall short, you'll still end up higher than if you aim for something lower." Zhou's words serve as a powerful reminder that with determination and hard work, anything is possible.


For more information on Joey Zhou and his work, visit www.thebeverlyarts.com.


Joey Zhou, TV host and founder of LABA


Joey Zhou (Joey Zhou Zheng) is an international TV host, event producer, founder of The Beverly Arts, the Los Angeles Beverly Arts (LABA) International Art Festival, The Beverly Arts, the "Zhou Zheng Art Channel", and founder/host of the Zhou Zheng Show”, an independent TV talk show with millions of viewers. Originally from China, Joey came to the U.S. on an academic scholarship and completed a fellowship with the White House Information Agency in media communications. He returned to China to teach college and began a career as a media host doing interviews for newspapers, radio, and television. Joey was appointed an honorary member of the Royal Society of St. George (RSSG), California Branch in 2019 and an honorary member of the United Nations Association of the USA in 2020. In 2022, he received the American Culture Award from the RSSG.


Joey Zhou, TV host and founder of LABA







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