Zhou Youze came from a poor village in Sichuan, but the bright young man did well enough to get into one of China's top universities.
To put himself through school, he gave tuition and took on odd jobs. After graduation, he worked as an accountant and supported his sister, who was still schooling. But he struggled with the pressures of living in a big city.
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