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Chinese Food culture 2011

Chinese Food culture 2011


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  • 1. Alcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton GallowayAlcohol inChinaCulture Alcohol and Alcoholism in ChinaIndustryAlcoholismfacts Ashton GallowayConclusion May 31, 2011
  • 2. Alcohol in ChinaAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton GallowayAlcohol inChina Cultural importanceCulture Alcohol plays a major role in many festivals and legends inIndustry Chinese cultureAlcoholismfacts Alcohol is seen as a way to inspire creativity and fosterConclusion camaraderie between people Health Benefits Used with other herbs as a delivery method
  • 3. Varieties of JiuAlcohol andAlcoholism in Classified by raw material used for brewing China Ashton Rice Galloway Mi QuAlcohol in Yao QuChina Bai QuCultureIndustry Hong QuAlcoholism Hei Qufacts Wu Yi Hong QuConclusion Wheat Mai Qu Da Qu Shu Mai Qu Seng Mai Qu Bing Qu Dou Qu Bran
  • 4. IndustryAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton Galloway ImportsAlcohol inChina Heavily taxedCultureIndustry 80% duty, down from 150% in recent yearsAlcoholismfacts DomesticallyConclusion Commercial production of jiu increased rapidly from the 70s to today. China is now the second-largest beer-producing country in the world.
  • 5. The FactsAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton Galloway A survey by the World Heath Organization found that:Alcohol in The average Chinese person consumed 4.5 L of alcoholChinaCultureIndustry The average Chinese Man consumed 7.6 L of alcohol, 13Alcoholism times less than a Chinese woman (0.6)facts That said, the average alcohol is still low when comparedConclusion to other industrial countries (Europe, for example, consumed 8.5 L on average) Heavy drinkers were 6.7% of the sample, but contributed 55% towards the national average of consumption
  • 6. ConsequencesAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton GallowayAlcohol inChinaCultureIndustry A report of the Tibetan ethnic minority found that the of allAlcoholism the pathologically confirmed cases of cirrhosis (41 cases as offacts the time of the report in 1987), 61% were caused by alcoholConclusion (that’s 25 cases).
  • 7. ConclusionAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton GallowayAlcohol inChinaCultureIndustry While alcohol consumption is on the rise in China, it is not yetAlcoholismfacts at the level at which it is a problem.Conclusion Questions?
  • 8. QuestionsAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton GallowayAlcohol inChina Do you think Alcoholism is a problem in China?CultureIndustryAlcoholismfactsConclusion
  • 9. QuestionsAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton GallowayAlcohol inChina Do you think Alcoholism is a problem in China?CultureIndustry Do you think it could be a problem in China in the future?AlcoholismfactsConclusion
  • 10. QuestionsAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton GallowayAlcohol inChina Do you think Alcoholism is a problem in China?CultureIndustry Do you think it could be a problem in China in the future?Alcoholismfacts Do you think Alcoholism is a problem in America?Conclusion
  • 11. QuestionsAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton GallowayAlcohol inChina Do you think Alcoholism is a problem in China?CultureIndustry Do you think it could be a problem in China in the future?Alcoholismfacts Do you think Alcoholism is a problem in America?Conclusion What is the difference between American and Chinese drinking culture?
  • 12. SourcesAlcohol andAlcoholism in China Ashton GallowayAlcohol inChina Johanne Cochrane, Hanhui Chen, Katherine M. Conigrave,Culture and Wei Hao.IndustryAlcoholism Alcohol use in china.facts Alcohol and Alcoholism, 38(6):537–542, 2003.Conclusion Xu Gan Ron & Bao Tong Fa, Grandiose Survey of Chinese Alcoholic Drinks and Beverages http://www.sytu.edu.cn/zhgjiu/umain.htm