The Chinglish of Meilin

Sometimes I like to the Meilin neighborhood of Shenzhen. It’s a bit of a halfway point between downtown and the suburban districts, and the vibe is just nice enough outside of the central urban areas. Check it out if you ever visit.

Anyway, recently I happened upon a trove of glorious Chinglish signs in an apartment complex within the area. There were more than these, but I had to stop taking pictures at a certain point. The themes of law-abiding were heavy in this scene…

(And do note my Instagram.) Enjoy:

 

I appologize in advance, catching up on a lot of #Chinglish today!

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Found the motherload of #Chinglish #safety signs in a quaint Meilin neighborhood, many more soon ~

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Is it just me or are these signs getting more intense? #LAW。

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For our final #sign of the day, tho not too #Chinglish/#Engrish, so law! Learn and abide...

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