Also from Andy Deemer…
- Film 101, with Guest Professor Kim Jong Il
- 21 Amazing Bangalore Breakfast Dishes
- Why Chinese People Eat Sea Horse
- The Taj Mahal… Murder, Incest, and Fratricide
- Why Chinese People Eat Deer Penis
- Lucky Fruit (and Ain't So Lucky Fish)
- A Sweet New Batch of Indian Movie Posters
- Why Chinese People Eat Fried Worms
- The Sick Collector and His 1000 Pairs of Shoes
- 18 Terrible Moments from a Taoist Hell
- The Illegal Mae Sot-Burma Border Crossing
- Outsider Art Kangaroos at the Beijing Zoo
- Steampunk, Eat Your Heart Out in the Basement of Beijing's Printing Museum
- Beijing's Dongyue Temple and Their 19 Incredible Taoist Gods
- Why Chinese People Eat Ants
- Antique Jews, Temple Jews, and even Plated Jews
- Amazing Old Bollywood Poster Shops
- Lady Di's Forgotten Career?
- The Cutest Slippers of All Time
- Another Abandoned Beijing Amusement Park
- Collapsing Caves, Dead Spelunkers, Corpse Robbery, and Big Mike's Mystery House
- Possibly the Best Menu of All Time
- Medicinal Sea Horse Soup
- Relive the Cultural Revolution (aka The Weirdest Dinner Theater in Beijing)
- Forensic Science Museum, Bangkok
- The Chinese Taxidermy Diaries: The First Day
- Deranged Clown Cream Biscuits
- Tongzhou's "Kids with Measles" Ride
- A Lovely Moment from Ghungroo
- Whoring in Chiang Mai
- Keep the Evil Away For Chinese New Year
- Jesus and Mary in a Little Indian Boat
- Incredible Chinese Stamp Museum (first of two)
- American Imperialist Bastards in a North Korean Comic Book
- Inspector Black Cat: China's Gore-Soaked Answer to Tom & Jerry
- Adventures in Cockfighting
- Chinese Tunnel Warfare and Sexual Escapades, Together!
- Insanely Creepy Cambodian Scarecrows
- Another Mind-Blowingly Incredible Menu
Category Archives: Chinglish
We haven't seen this Jingkelong supermarket sign ourselves, but reader Randi sent it in, adding, "Apparently, their marketing strategy is to appeal to customers at two different ends of the spectrum -- or maybe this is a brilliant plan to encourage people with a bad habit to try to offset its effects." Classic. ...
Not that many nights ago, WooLand and I were thrilled to be invited to one of the great linguistic banquets of the season. Government ministers, foreign diplomats, prominent magazine editors -- it was a real who's who of language and culture. And then we saw what was for dinner... Oh, boy... ...
They're strict about this.... They were out of this.... We didn't understand this.... This was the only way out.... All this, and more, at Crab Island.
I thought this was so endearing...."Please take care oldster and child" on the Beijing subway escalators.
I'm so sad this Taiyuan fast food joint was closed for Chinese New Year... I really, honestly craved a burger. And a Kaka Burger? Oh that would have hit the spot!