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This week, China announced a decision to begin liberalizing a millennia-old state monopoly on the sale of table salt. At Quartz, Gwynn Guildford
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毒大米 (dú dàmǐ): poison rice Rice that has been treated with toxic chemicals to increase its marketability. Old rice (陈米 chén mǐ)
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