Judging by this sign, being edible is an inconvenience in China. We’re not sure what kind of problem you could encounter if you disobey this rule, but you wouldn’t want to find out… would you?
You claim you love watermelon? Well, not as much as the Chinese! When it comes to extremeness, it is hard to compete with China, so don’t even try. In this case,
This will be the first question on your mind when you enter a restaurant where there are no human waiters — only robots. Yes, China has decided to ditch the humans and turn to machines when it comes to waiting tables,
The inspiration for creation and art can be found literally everywhere — even in air-quality readings! Apparently, Beijing’s air pollution has inspired a DJ to create a track the beat of which demonstrates pollution stats.
In a country where robots are starting to replace waiters, it’s no wonder popular games are getting digitalized. There’s definitely no cheating with this digital beer pong spotted in BP Bar in Taipei,
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,
We know what you’re thinking: an organ!? Those were our exact thoughts when our friends over at Kulangsu informed us that they intended to use the translation Kulangsu Organ Center —
While in the rest of the world (or at least most of it), cockroaches cause no other reaction but disgust, in China they’re highly appreciated. In fact, in the city of Xichang,
So, the ingenuity of the Chinese to, in particular, find ways to share things is over the top. At least they’re not yet sharing the same tapioca bubble in their bubble tea.
Chinese people are known for their politeness… as well as their hilarious translations into English (hence our special category — The Engrish Language). In this sign,