We cherish any instance of the Engrish language we spot, and this one is no exception. When in China, you should be careful about your use of the
Double Pipe Organ Shipped Across the Pacific
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 — which sounded a lot like a place where kidneys are taken from sleeping men.
Do You Have an A4 Waist?
Women in China have invented many beauty trends and tests, many of which are particularly interesting, including the A4 waist challenge. The challenge went viral after many girls on the Internet decided it would be a good idea to measure their waist using a piece of standard A4 paper.
China’s Own World Cup
While the competition was in full heat in Russia and the rest of the world was glued to their TV screens, the Chinese said Let’s organize our own little World Cup!
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.
Sending Kisses… Literally!
That’s right. One of the popular gadgets and apps in China called Kissenger, allows you to literally send kisses to someone through the app. The gadget contains a silicone,
The choice of bridesmaids can be quite challenging. Therefore, in order to avoid the frustration of selection and make sure that your bridesmaids live up to your expectations, you can hire professionals in China!
Would You Like Your Air Canned or Bottled?
Ever craved a breeze of fresh mountain air in your own home? Well, China is going above and beyond to fulfill the craziest fantasies that could ever cross one’s mind. It is true that money can’t buy everything,
And for Dessert: “God with Vanilla”
A translation gone wrong, an attempt of an eye-catching name… or is it really THAT good? Guess you won’t know until you’ve tried it.
Can You Reach Your Belly Button Around Your Back?
As confusing as the headline may be, the purpose of this challenge seems to be quite straightforward: if you can reach your belly button around your back, you’ve met yet another newly acquired Chinese beauty requirement.