Tianjin Customs Seizes Smuggled Beverages Illegally Imported from the USA, Mexico, Russia, and the EU

Tianjin Customs in north China announced on Wednesday [5 July 2017] that it has smashed a smuggling case involving some 5 million liters of wine, beers and mineral water. It was estimated that the drinks involved were worth nearly 500 million yuan(about 74 million U.S. dollars)…Full Article: Xinhua July 2017 Key Point Tianjin Customs agents

Customs Officials in Guangdong Province Seize Smuggled Red Wine

Customs authorities in south China’s Guangdong Province announced Wednesday they have arrested 29 suspects in a crackdown on red wine smuggling…Full Article: Xinhua June 2017 Key Points Huangpu Customs (Guangzhou) seized 490 MTs of smuggled of wine. The smugglers were active in the Guangdong cities of Zhuhai, Dongguan, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen. In March 2017, Huangpu

Chinese Investment Bank Promotes Traditional Huangjiu (Yellow Wine)

Forget beer and wine made from grapes. In China’s alcoholic drinks market, it’s all about another, equally old boozy beverage. Yellow rice wine, sometimes known as liquid cake, dates back to the Shang Dynasty (c.16th century-11th century BC) more than 3,000 years ago. It is the fastest growing mass-market alcoholic drink in China, with sales