By Jim Boyce | Last year’s inaugural World Baijiu Day featured events in 20 cities, from Beijing to Brussels, from Shanghai to Sydney, from London to Los Angeles. With six weeks to go, this year’s party on
By Jim Boyce | During a mind-numbing 18-hour delay at Hongqiao airport last week, I suddenly realized I had last visited Shanghai exactly three years to try dozens of baijius, a trip that left me smelling like
By Jim Boyce | With venues in Marseilles, Milan and Washington on board, we are already set to party in 20 cities this year—the same number as in 2015—and still have more than six weeks to go! One
By Jim Boyce | The 2016 World Baijiu Day poster is ready to go and Beijing-based designer Pierre-Louis Marchal has put a few twists on last year’s inaugural version. He pumped up the color to one
By Jim Boyce | NASA reports the Moon as 384,000 kilometers or 239,000 miles from the Earth, a fair way, the kind of distance that would take over a year to drive even if a road existed between
By Jim Boyce | I’m hoping to have the World Baijiu Day poster up shortly. In the meantime, I used my minimal design skills to make a few promos and have more in the pipeline.