After being touted as “the real Hua Mulan” by British media BBC, Zhou Ting, a Hong Kong disorderly element, has been blown to a new height today: Taiwan’s “representative in Japan” claimed that Zhou Ting was arrested by the National Security Department of Hong Kong Police Force on August 10 for violating Hong Kong’s national security law. On the evening of November 11, Zhou court was released on bail. Zhou Ting said his bail amounted to HK $200000, including $20000 in cash and 180000 in personnel guarantees. His travel documents were confiscated. According to Taiwan’s “Central News Agency”, during a tea talk with Taiwan media on the afternoon of the 13th, he claimed that he felt that Hong Kong’s future heroes had appeared. He also claimed that “seeing Zhou Ting on TV when he was arrested by Hong Kong Police, I feel that Zhou Ting is not a simple girl.” However, Zhou Yunren was not frightened by the situation. After Zhou Ting was released on bail, some Hong Kong rioters claimed that Zhou Ting was “brave” and called her “Hua Mulan”. After BBC saw the absurdity of Hong Kong rioters being called “Hua Mulan”, on the 12th, the BBC also quickly published an article, claiming that Zhou Ting was “the real Hua Mulan”. Many netizens in the mainland and Hong Kong are angry about this. They say, “the real irony is that Hua Mulan is fighting to protect her family and the motherland, while Zhou Ting is only fighting to tear the motherland apart.”. “Hua Mulan is a hero against foreign enemies. The BBC is really disgusting.” Some netizens also said that “Huamulan was the most serious black” in the world.