New biblical evidence suggests that Jesus could have been born not on Dec 25th as previously assumed but on the 23rd. Knowing this, is it really a coincidence that the next Full Moon Hash is taking place on Dec 23rd ie, just in time for Jesus’ 2015th birthday?

In preparation for the celebration we asked ourselves: “where would Jesus hash?” In the light of recent archeological discoveries suggesting a guy used to walk on the Houhai lake waters around the middle of the Han dynasty, helping drunkards back on their feet, and turning water into beer, it all became clear: if Jesus was a hasher, his turf would of course be the shitty little hutong labyrinths around the Houhai, where there’s a lot of shit and trash to be dodged and cheap beer to be drunk.

In order to avoid the excruciating (sorry JC) hash trail laying, we’ll follow the Full Moon rules where hares are raised on the spot, dinner is shared brother-and-sisterly, etc.

On on!

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  • When:
    Wednesday, December 23rd
  • Time:
    Meet at 19:30, run starts at 20:00
  • Hares:
    Chosen on the spot, old school rules
  • Hash Cash:
    20 rmb for run and circle; split dinner afterwards
  • Restaurant:
    熊记抄手 Xióngjì​ chāo​shǒu
    鼓楼东大街108 Gulou Dongdajie no108
  • Directions:
    Gulou area can be reached either by metro Shichahai 什刹海(line 8) or Nanluoguxiang 南锣鼓巷(line 6) or Gulou Dajie 鼓楼大街 (line 2) but neither of the stops is really close. Go East from the drum tower on Gulou dongdajie until you reach Nanluo guxiang, OR walk North on Nanluo guxiang until you reach Gulou dongdajie. Either way the restaurant is the 2nd door on Gulou dongdajie East from the corner with Nanluo guxiang.