Every culture has its own set of drinking games, so whether you’re playing flip cup in the States or ring of fire in England, you will always have the opportunity to get completely destroyed anywhere in the world. Now, if you were ever wondering what types of drinking games they play in China, look no further. Today you will learn 3 common Chinese drinking games that will effectively provide just the right amount of inebriation and fun to keep the party going. These games have been organized for your convenience to be played in succession. Why? Because they get simpler as you go and if there is one thing that ruins a good drinking game it’s not being able to make sentences when it’s your turn to count to 3.
One of the best things about the Shanghai food scene is that it’s constantly growing and evolving. New restaurants are opening up every week, each one competing to serve unique foods in over-the-top-settings. While this is exciting, it’s always good to go back to basics and experience the Chinese culture that can so easily get lost in the ever growing metropolitan hype of Shanghai. If you’re looking for cheap, authentic and never-changing grub, the street food of Shanghai is your answer. It’s Simple. It’s Fast. It’s Cheap.
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