November 17 electric Russia Siberia because of a college student living in remote villages, in order to obtain better network signal and had to climb an 8-meter-high white birch go to class.
Comprehensive Reuters and “Moscow Times” reports, Alexei Dudoladov called himself “a farmer from Omsk” on social platforms, is a small well-known Internet celebrity. His series of videos about rural life in Siberia has been watched by millions of people in one year.
However, because his village in Siberia can only receive 2G signals and the network environment is very bad, Alexei must think of ways to upload works smoothly.
Alexey said: “I have to go to a forest 300 meters away from the village and climb an 8-meter-high birch tree for live broadcast. This summer I became a very popular blogger.”
21-year-old Alexei studied at the Omsk Institute of Water Transport, 2225 kilometers east of Moscow.
Due to the rapid increase in local cases of Coronavirus pandemic, Alexei’s school once again started online learning, and Alexei had to resort to climbing trees to participate in his course again. “I explained to the professors on Zoom that I did not miss class for no reason.”
A video of Alexei telling him about climbing a tree to class quickly spread. He asked the local government to provide better network coverage, which made headlines nationwide in Russia.
The Omsk regional government decided to draft a personal learning plan for his distance education and will provide Alexei and 39 other villagers with better Internet services.