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Romance at Jaware

After a few beers, confidences would be shared at Jaware. Our correspondent recalls an unusually soul-searching, romantic coming-of-age tale recounted by a friend.

More tales from Jaware

Over a beer at Jaware, people’s tongues loosened and they told you things which they would never tell even their close relatives or good friends.