Recently, football commentator Liu Jianhong expressed his views on Chinese football and Chinese education. He said:
"The Chinese football team does not represent the twenty or thirty people. Whether you like it or not, they all represent this country and you. Although you can refuse, it is true. So football's dismal and defeats are definitely not the same. Ten people or two to three million people. Speaking of which, is China’s education good? Tsinghua University and Peking University can be ranked among the top 100, but the paleness of China’s education background cannot be concealed. The helplessness and frustration of not being able to enter the World Cup After Nobel’s helplessness, which one is more speechless? After all, the sluggishness of sports and the lack of educational concepts and functions will always affect our young people, year after year, generation after generation."
After this Weibo was posted, it annoyed Mr. Wang Xiaodong, a scholar who graduated from Peking University. He posted a video of more than 20 minutes on Weibo and said, "Beijing University, Tsinghua University, and the contribution of China's education are compared with Chinese men's football? Are you kidding? Anti-intellectual will kill our nation!"
I have finished watching Mr. Wang Xiaodong's video. He was filled with righteous indignation, but I think he didn't say the point, he also sent the wrong target when he got angry, and even changed the subject and secretly changed the concept on many key issues. I have some different opinions on many of his words.
I just think it’s okay to criticize Chinese football in good faith, but
Mr. Wang referred to each other as a "man who engages in men's football", trying to express his disdain for the opponent and his views. However, what is meant by "man who engages in men's football?" This topic was initiated by Liu Jianhong. You can call him a football commentator or someone in the football industry. But calling him "men's football player" is neither rigorous nor accurate.
Liu Jianhong expressed his views not because he is a stakeholder in the football industry, but merely talking about his views on Chinese football and Chinese education. Even if Chinese football is dead one day, Liu Jianhong will express his views. It has nothing to do with whether he is a "men's football player" or not.
Liu Jianhong's original words did not say to "prove that men's football is not that bad." This is entirely Mr. Wang's own conjecture. Liu Jianhong's original words are:
Indeed, there is nothing wrong with this. So, let's continue with this sentence: A large group of brainless people keep scolding Chinese football, is it fair? There are still many of them who don't even watch football and don't have an investigation. How can they have a say? I looked at Mr. Wang’s comments on this Weibo. Some people said that "that broken ball should have been banned" and "The Chinese National Football League is a shit". Do these people have brains?
I don't know where Liu Jianhong's original text can see the "anti-intellectual". He said that "Tsinghua University and Peking University can be ranked among the top 100, but it can't hide the paleness of China's education background."
Besides, Liu Jianhong himself graduated from Renmin University of China.
In addition, the Chinese football community has always wanted a better public opinion environment. But some people always say, "You can't scold if you don't play well?" Yes, you can scold if you don't play well.
What's more, people in the Chinese football world are not "anti-intellectual." Over the years, the Chinese football community has heard criticism from all quarters, professional or unprofessional. The different voices heard in the football industry and the transparency of the football industry are really unmatched by the education industry.
No one denies this, nor
As for whether the background of Chinese education is pale, everyone has their own opinions. If you think that Chinese education is not pale, just show the facts and make sense. You cannot think that he is "attacking Peking University and Tsinghua University" just because he has expressed his views on Chinese education. Similarly, if you list the achievements of Peking University and Tsinghua University, it does not mean that the overall Chinese education is as good as Peking University and Tsinghua University.
I ordered a takeaway at noon today. I said that the takeaway is not delicious, and it does not negate the overall level of Chinese cuisine. Similarly, I accidentally ate a delicious snack in the UK, but it does not mean that I think the UK The overall level of cuisine has reached a very high level. Intercepting each other's words, then secretly swapping concepts, labeling, and putting on hats based on your own likes and dislikes should not be the work of intellectuals.
Chinese football still contributes. Let's not talk about jobs-there are always people who say that the contribution of Chinese football is to feed a lot of trolls. To put it more noblely, it is a public spittoon for the Chinese people. You can scold and step on it if you don't understand it, but it provides an outlet for the vent of negative emotions.
In addition, a phenomenon that I can’t understand is
It's like if you don't plant fruit trees yourself, you still think the fruits grown by fruit farmers are not good, and you ask people in the world not to grow fruits. You have the right to choose not to plant trees, but don't speak harshly to those who plant trees. after all,
Sports events are sports events,
As a scholar graduated from Peking University,
As for "cutting leeks", I don't know what cutting leeks is. If fans spend money on things they like and are cut with leeks, then it is best for everyone to not consume anything except food and clothing. not to mention,
This sentence is correct. Chinese football at this time does not have the "spirit" of "at that time". Then,