Tuesday, 6 June 2017

I graduated years ago

From the BBC:
The world's most valuable alcoholic beverage company is setting up a university to allow hundreds of students to study the science of liquor.

The Chinese state-run Kweichow Moutai company is to open Moutai University in the city of Renhuai in the country's southern Guangzhou Province as soon as it receives its accreditation from the Ministry of Education, the South China Morning Post reports... the Chinese liquor industry has long suffered a skills shortage, and the university is seen as a means of attracting new recruits.

Kweichow Moutai brews the fiery Moutai (also known as Maotai) brand of liquor, which is often called China's national drink, and it is a popular beverage at state functions.

According to the Post, Moutai University won't be the first in the country to offer unusual courses. Elsewhere, students can study crayfish preparation, lotteries, or the science of hot noodles.
"To me, education is a leading out of what is already there in the pupil's soul." - Miss Jean Brodie

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