The centerpiece of South Seattle College’s Chinese Garden is a dignified statue of medieval poet Li Bai getting drunk (Drinking with the Moon by Chinese sculptor Ye Yushan). To Westerners, having something like this in a collegiate setting probably seems unadvisable. In China, it could be lobby art. Anybody interested in understanding the extremely different Chinese approach to alcohol cannot afford to miss author Derek Sandhaus as he discusses his latest book, Drunk in China: Baijiu and the World’s Oldest Drinking Culture. Sandhaus is one of the world’s top experts on baijiu, China’s alcoholic beverage of choice. After years of conducting research all over China, Sandhaus is finally prepared to help others reach what he calls “spiritual” enlightenment.
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