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,
China must be the first country to fully acknowledge the smartphone addiction by creating walking lanes for smartphone users (so that they don’t bump into other people while being obsessed with their phones).
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,
And just when we thought we’ve seen it all, the women of China have caught us off-guard with yet another strange, never-seen-before beauty “test”. Apparently, in China, emphasized collarbones are admirable but don’t get too excited before you test them!
Did you ever think to yourself, while in a Porta Potty (that sad excuse for a toilet they have), “I really wish there was a treadmill in here so I could exercise?” Well,
What do you feel like having for dinner? Well, in case you’d like to try something exotic in China, perhaps you should reconsider it before getting an ENTIRE crocodile or a shark sold to you at Sam’s Club.
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.
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.
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.
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,