In China, you’ll have the opportunity to overcome your fears and leave your phobias behind by eating what frightens you. If you’re feeling bold enough (and you have the stomach for it),
There are glasses for the common folk, and then we have glasses for the noble. Is that how this works?
Don’t worry, this isn’t a thing of elitism; it’s simply the beauty of the
Normally, you would throw away boiled eggs before they started changing color and odor, right? Well, in China, the black color and a repulsive smell that eggs get after a certain period of time (7 weeks to 5 months!) is actually the desired result!
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?
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,
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
Chinese social media is flooded with beauty trends which many consider bizarre. Remember the A4 waist challenge? Well, the test of attractiveness doesn’t stop there. Apparently, another way to determine and show just how slim and attractive you are is to measure your knees with an iPhone 6.
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!
Aren’t you just tired of all these regular hairpins and boring hair accessories that have been around for too long? If you want to go for a more natural look,