As the wounded lion collapsed in the grass several feet away, its claws still quivering, Francis Macomber reached into his satchel and pulled out his flask of Fanta. Raising its spout to his lips against the late afternoon sun, the hunter smiled as the familiar orange taste flooded his mouth. A little bit of Fanta was just the thing to buck a man's courage, he thought to himself. It boosted you up. Made you feel more sure of yourself, and even steadied your aim. Macomber never left base camp without it.While China may not offer the same thrill of the hunt as Africa, ordering dinner in this country can be life-threatening in other ways, so it's important to be prepared. And as Hemingway recounted in his famous short story, what better way is there to prepare than with the comfort of everyone's favorite orange soda. Available almost anywhere in China, Fanta is such a special drink here that we've given it a podcast of its very own.