‘Drunk in China’ Review: The Proletariat’s White Wine

WSJ | 1/16/2020 | Hugo Restall
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Newcomers to China are usually horrified by their first encounter with baijiu, the fiery spirit consumed at banquets and family dinners, typically comparing it to jet fuel, paint stripper or drain cleaner. Even long-term expatriates often shudder at the stuff. So can foreigners...
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