A hotel in Shanghai, China has been considerate enough to offer two bathroom options, and not only that! Each of the toilets includes an explanation, in case the distinction wasn’t clear enough.
Apparently, people in China are not very fond of diapers, as they believe in children’s freedom to not be very private when it comes to their needs. When visiting China,
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.
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
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.
Isn’t it weird how punctuation (or a lack of it) makes a world of difference? In this particular instance of the Engrish language, a warning turned into what could be interpreted as a very curious piece of information about thunderstorms.
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.
In China, they seem to take their napping time very seriously. No matter where you are, or what you’re doing between the hours of 12 and 2 in the afternoon, you should prioritize your rest and treat yourself with a power nap.
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!