Rick Green


Rick Green is a Vancouver-based writer with a passion for travel, craft beer, and gastronomy. As President of the Vancouver branch of the Campaign for Real Ale, publisher of the B.C. Beer Blog, Executive Director of the Craft Brewers Guild of B.C., and co-founder of the Vancouver Craft Beer Week festival, he played a leading role in helping change British Columbia's beer culture. His beer writing has appeared in "Northwest Brewing News", "TAPS Magazine", "The Georgia Straight", "Edible Vancouver", "What’s Brewing", and "Urban Diner". While living in Hong Kong, Rick wrote four multimedia travel guides and helped publish three other CD-ROM titles. More recently, he has written about his Asian travel experiences for Adventurocity, a travel company focused on independent travel to Asia.

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How to Drink Beer in Mandarin: An English-Chinese Craft Beer Glossary
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 13,940. Language: Canadian English. Published: February 15, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Reference » Foreign languages, Nonfiction » Travel » Phrasebooks
Western craft beer drinkers and brewers are captivated by China's emerging craft beer revolution. For the first time, "How to Drink Beer in Mandarin" offers industry players and travelers an essential tool to communicate about beer in Mandarin. Not just a glossary, additional resources cover language learning, travel information, drinking etiquette, a list of all China's craft breweries, and more!

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