May 24, 2013 (Chengdu) One of the restaurants we went to on Wednesday night had traditional Sichuan cuisine, served to traditional live Chinese music. There was this guy hanging around in a bright yellow outfit, long mullet haircut with a teapot with a long (I mean long) needle nosed spout. He didn't do much until the end of the meal when he came out to entertain us with a routine - part dance, part physical prowess, part intimidation - spinning and gyrating with the teapot, launching it toward unsuspecting clients, just to catch it before it caught anyone, and then deftly pouring tea (behind the back, backward over his head...you get the picture). A Chinese version of a slam dunk contest!
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