Gee, I jus' lurve you're lil' ole country.
Well, actually,y'know, I'm English.
I presume that the rules here on " off topic' are fairly relaxed...
And so, on to Chinese beer.
I have spent time in the YOU ESSE OF HAY, and Chinese beer resembles the worst of their beer.
It's strictly of the " straight in, straight out" lager variety, with virtually NO individuality.
I can't tell the difference between the cheapest and that costing 3 times as much, ( that's a range of 20p - 60p a litre). Nor the products of breweries about 750miles apart
They have absolutely NO draft beers.
The locally produced Guinness clone, ( 20pee a can as opposed to 1 damn where is the pound on this keyboard.50 for the imported genuine article), tastes the same as real Guinness, but the head soon vanishes and you're left with a suspiciously caramelly coating on your tankard when you've "supped up".
Oh, and like the above lagers, it's made from RICE.
But the can is coloured beige and dark brown to remind you of the real stuff, and does, and even the brewery could not tell you why, bear the date "1759"
Bear in mind tho' that these are the personal opinions of a tee total Buddhist, ( I only drink Guanzhou's pineapple shandy for sore throats and the Guinness for the vitamin B12 when I need it, ( I'm also a vegan, and B12 is in short supply)).
What else did you find out about the lady photographer?