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Tequila shots with Qianlong

The conventional wisdom is that China invented just about everything – gunpowder, paper, moveable type, the Lazy Susan, etc. But despite the Chinese’s inventive prowess, the following claim in the People’s Daily took me by surprise: Experts deduced that in … Continue reading

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Baijiu and the ‘Tequila Effect’

Early on in my (strictly pro bono) drinking career, I became aware of tequila’s inexplicable, perhaps supernatural, ability to alter the course of an evening. Quantity or circumstances matter little – it’s simply the presence of tequila in your bloodstream … Continue reading

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