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Author Archives: David Feng
Emerica the Beautiful
Emerica, Emerica… Yep, indeed. It’s no longer just America that’s entitled to be “the Beautiful”. The Chinese Shanzhai variant, Emerica, has equal rights for that… I can only hope that the United States doesn’t sue this Shanzhai company â€”Â you’ll render … Continue reading
Do Not Pause When You See Fire Facilities
There’s no need to be polite about it â€” just help yourself to the thing. Don’t dare pause â€” not even for a split sec! It’s either that â€”Â or a sign that you’re in a passageway to be kept free … Continue reading
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An Order from the Chinese Rail Gods: Do Not Lie Down!
Apparently, the underground passageway for exiting riders is not the ideal substitute for a bed (or one of those super-deluxe seats in Business Class). For if you attempt to lie flat there, you’ll be hurried out of the place â€” … Continue reading
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Is that light OFF â€” or NO?
Ah, Premier (deluxe) Class on the Chinese high speed railways. God class. Where everybody treats you like a right royal rider, and you get free Dezhou Braised Chicken for free (apparently). Oh â€”Â and it also comes, on CRH380A trains, with … Continue reading
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Shanghai’s Chinglish â€”Â Civilized?
This sign is just plain weird: First, it gives you this impression that not every park in Shanghai is civilized… (what these guys wanted to say, rather, is that this garden’s clean, neat, nice â€” and rocks! and stuff like … Continue reading
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Canger! Chinglish Shock!
Everywhere else, electric shocks are dangerous. In China, it’s considered more something that’s cangerous… That’s a sure sign of cangerous Chinglish. Oops. I smell a typo… that C key isn’t too far from the D key, I take it… What … Continue reading
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When You Take the Escalator… with Chinglish on it…
I’m at a loss for words. This sign just outright doesn’t make sense. It â€” like â€” ends halfway through where it’s not supposed to end! It’s madness total. When you take the elevator safety… what will happen?… Plus, it’s … Continue reading
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The Orders are Wrong!
Somehow, I’m sold that Beijing still hasn’t gotten its orders right. As I learnt it the right way in Switzerland, we’re to start with the 1st carriage, then the 2nd, 3rd and 4th… then the 5th, 6th, 7th and onward. … Continue reading
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One Letter Short of… A S*** Hotel…
And I don’t mean that as in a hotel that’s rated three stars which begins with the letter S (although that’s for sure the case here). Just take a look at this pic from Langfang, Hebei, to see what I … Continue reading
Slipping In Some Slipped Chinglish
I’ve slipped in some Chinglish and now y’all are all slipped! Probably this sign carries a bit of “wishful thinking” in that it “wishes” upon those who read it â€”Â a quick slip â€”Â so that you’re on the floor reading this. … Continue reading