WATCH: Everything You Need to Know About China's Drinking Culture

By That's, July 8, 2019

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Baijiu and Snow beer at an expat party? You bet your ass.

The folks at Mamahuhu just released their latest video, which serves as a guide to drinking etiquette in China. However, their ‘wet gathering’ turns ugly really quick after Nora downs one too many Maotai shots while teaching Adam a thing or two about the art of drinking.

Watch below to see the good, the bad and the ugly of Chinese drinking culture (VPN off):

Outside China? Watch on YouTube.

See more Mamahuhu videos here, or follow them on WeChat by scanning the QR code below:


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[Cover image via Mamahuhu]

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