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I'm going to be heading to Beijing in mid-december to make an attempt at breaking the Guinness World Record for Highest Fire Breathe as a part of a Guinness Awards Ceremony for Chinese TV (CCTV). Usually I breathe with Shellsol T (FireWater etc) in Australia, and was hoping someone who lives or has travelled through China might have some clues as to where I could find a similar product in or around Beijing.
I would hunt myself but it's going to be a very short trip. I'll be arriving on the 14th and filming on the 17th of December, so need to be able to help the organisers arrange the fuel before I get there, so I don't really have any time to hunt around once I arrive. Can anyone help?
Pyroptix has asked similar questions obtaining good fuels overseas. I suggest you do a search in Technical Discussion with fuel as the keyword and Pyroptix in the user name. Let us know how you go.
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