Just as the latest season of Game of Thrones is starting, a Chinese liquor company figured out a way to recut and rework the show’s opening credits.
Jian Nan, a brand of baijiu, substituted the names in the Game of Thrones credits with a quick look at Chinese history. Westeros locations, like King’s Landing and Winterfell, were turned into Chinese locations, such as Inner Hangu Pass and East of Yellow River.
As pointed out by website That’s, the subtitles read:
[box] “One of the Chinese Dynasties with the vastest territory Was divided into districts called Zheng Guan Shi Dao [‘The Real 10 Paths’] [lists four of them] Inner Hangu, Pass East of Yellow River, North of Yellow River, and Long Mountains A Millennium Later, She Remains In Our Mind Only the Jian Nan Not for Administrative Reasons But as a Brand of Liquor” [/box]
And here just to remind you, is the GOT opening, which you probably know by now already!