Ever since 2003 or so, I have been acquainted with Isaac Mao, an advocate for online learning, “we media” and social media. He is one of the famous Chinese bloggers who was and is always banned, censored, filtered, and harmonized. Recently, he reports that several Chinese bloggers, or citizen journalists, made an attempt in Beijing to interview/visit an unlawful facility where some 30 people who came from Henan province to appeal to state government agency were under house arrest. These bloggers used blogs, twitter, flickr to report their interview in real time. This `action’ is a real social media report based upon Web 2.0.