Because I am currently in Japan, not China, this is technically an ‘Engrish’ post not a Chinglish post. That’s how it works.
More on my Japan trip in more detail next week, so please be patient…
Also, HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! Wishing everyone a creative and productive and happy and wondrous 2018. Let us hope that things turn out a bit better for the world already, and not just hope but work at it 🙂
Without further ado, two brief pics:
(Hey, it is not exactly easy to find funny mistranslations in near-perfect Japan!)
Could it be? The final Chinglish??
After years of painstakingly seeking out and taking photos of such delightful Chinglish all over China, my times may be at an end.
I will make an announcement later, stay tuned…
Meanwhile, check these out! Hope you enjoy and have enjoyed 🙂
It’s been about three months since my last Chinglish post. That’s not like, what’s going on? Not for lack of photos. Guess I’ve just been busy…
Below are many funny pictures from my Instagram, in case you missed:
(Note the hats, car sticker, and various foodstuffs)
It’s that time again, when I’m short on content and it’s fun to just share pictures of bad English translations.
From reptile food to special toilets…
Enjoy, and do feel free to add me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/raelianautopsy
The first month of 2017 is up, and over in America at least it does not look good.
So let us distract ourselves with hilarious Chinglish pictures I have procured for your entertainment:
Stay classy, world!
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: