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KEBUKE cheers on the team! One bat to take on the world, and the strength to take on the Olympics

KEBUKE cheers on the team! One bat to take on the world, and the strength to take on the Olympics

2019.10.17

“Wu Song Beating the Tiger” is a famous story from the Chinese classic, the Water Margin. The story tells how, when gallant fighter Wu Song was returning home in search of his brother, he arrived near Jingyang Ridge and paused to drink 18 bowls of wine in a tavern. He became drunk, but wanted to press his way home nonetheless. The tavern owner warned him of tigers on the ridge, and urged Wu Song not to go. Wu Song refused to believe it, so he went anyway – but sure enough, he encountered a great tiger on the ridge. Wu Song summoned up all the strength he had and beat the tiger to death with fists and club. He thus eliminated a great threat to the local townsfolk, and the story was passed down for generations as a tale of good deeds done.

In November, the heroes of the Chinese Taipei team are set to battle fierce enemies from all countries in the Premier12 championships. Just like Wu Song, they will need to demonstrate outstanding bravery and tenacity to pass the test and take the trophy – the right to compete in next year’s Tōkyō Olympics.

Starting now, KEBUKE’s exclusive cups to cheer on the team are available at stores around Taiwan. Let’s raise a cup for the Chinese Taipei team, and cheer them on to the Tōkyō Olympics!

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