Imperial intoxication : alcohol and the making of colonial Indochina /
Making liquor isn't rocket science: some raw materials, a stove, and a few jury-rigged pots are all that's really needed. So when the colonial regime in turn-of-the-century French Indochina banned homemade rice liquor, replacing it with heavily taxed, tasteless alcohol from French-owned fa...
University of Hawaiʻi Press,
|Series:||Southeast Asia--politics, meaning, memory.
|Online Access:||Online version|
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