[Today's Talk] Xinhua News Agency reported that the Football Association plans to establish a mechanism for public release of refereeing work. I remembered what I said a few days ago: "The more fair it is, the more unfair it is. The more you want to be fair, the more you are likely to encounter unfairness. They all admit that absolute fairness does not exist in the first place, but when you question unfairness, you always encounter unfairness. Do you say this is fair? The key is, how can you justify fairness and unfairness? Can there be no channels of communication? "It seems that tongue twisters are not for nothing. What do you think is it released after every round? Or focus on publishing for a period of time? Is this what everyone expected? Can it play a positive role in improving and restraining referees' business?