Shi Mingjin, known as the Left Cup. Traffic police, football critic, referee, advisory committee member of Taipei Football Development Association, honorary chairman of Taiwan Football Development Association. He once published the magazine "Football Doctrine", devoted himself to the promotion of football and paid attention to social reform and equal rights issues.
He often criticized current affairs company banner design on social media, breaking Taiwanese stereotypes about the police. Since 1982, I started watching the World Cup football matches. In the early days, there were not many live events, and the broadcasting technology was not advanced. I saw two teams of 22 players and the referee running around like villains on the TV screen.
Knowing who passed the ball to whom, only the forward who scored the goal and the goalkeeper who was scored have more close-ups, and it is impossible to appreciate the beautiful skills of the players, which makes many people fall asleep after watching a football match for five minutes. In the 2014 World Cup, I began to pay attention to Shi Mingjin, a football commentator nicknamed "Zuo Cup". He explained the rules and tactics of the game clearly and understandably, and his words were humorous and flexible. As long as I turned on the TV and found that it was broadcast by the Zuo Cup, even in the middle of the night I watch the game with relish.