Really, is there anything better than sitting down at a Chinese restaurant and realizing that their menu is a hot mess of amazing Chinglish items. We truly appreciate the dying art form, and want to preserve these gems for all of time online before they disappear completely. Got a good one? Send it to us
In some utterly unfortunate news for diners who enjoy a laugh alongside their lion’s head meatballs or pock-marked woman tofu, Chinglish might be taken off menus around the country. Last week, the government in Beijing released a list of acceptable translation to some of China’s more popular dishes (note: they released 2,158 dish names. Just
When you sign up for the Toray Shanghai Marathon, you are asked to provide a cell phone contact number. This year, that meant being the recipient of a series of well-intentioned, but inadvertently hilarious text messages full of “tips.” The last 3 came in at 5 AM the day of the race, ensuring anyone who sleeps near
Although it is a quickly-disappearing art form, we have a hilariously good fun Chinglish tour that will delight the linguistically curious, slightly immature, and academics who need a bit of an etymological explanation.