In China, the border police care so much about delivering a good experience to visitors that they have emoticon buttons asking customers for their feedback on the service at passport control!
Finding an accurate translation of the name of a traditional dish can be quite challenging. If Google can’t help you, you should just call it quits and hope for the best.
Forget everything you’d expect from a vending machine. Chips, soda, and candy? Too basic for China. They seem to have the urge to step their game up in everything, including the assortment of their vending machines.
Chinese street food never ceases to impress, and it is one of the most abundant sources of weirdness. Apparently, people used to resort to roasted scorpions so they wouldn’t starve back in the day,
Did you ever think that some instances of the Engrish language were more than just failed translations? I think what they’re trying to do with this one is to encourage us to get out of our comfort zone and continue growing!
Now this is every french fry lover’s dream! If the fries are this big, can you even imagine the size of potatoes!? These enormous fries can be found in Xiamen,
If you happen to be stuck in a traffic jam, there aren’t really many options but to freak out, make an angry phone call, or swear once again that you’re going to move to the countryside and never have to deal with the crowd again.
In China, people have a tendency of drying their laundry outside, even if it’s in the way of passengers – even in big cities! To make matters worse, they often dry their meat right next to the laundry,
Karaoke usually entails a bar full of people, which is not a perfect case scenario if you’re not a very good singer, or you just prefer to keep your talents to yourself.
Have you ever seen such an elegant preparation of worms? Or better yet, have you ever even seen worms served as a dish!? Sea worms are a popular specialty in Xiamen,