A trip down the Walmart aisle in China could bring many surprises. You may find various products that will shock you or confuse you, so you should be ready to do a lot of research.
We are just wondering… what kind of public behavior could possibly have inspired this sign? Apparently, some people were misplacing their footwear and seriously violating the personal space of others.
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,
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!
Um… Before you order in a restaurant in China, perhaps you should make it clear that you would like the regular menu, not the ones for cannibals. What we could assume is that this meal is a Valentine’s day special,
Have you ever seen such an elegant preparation of worms? Or better yet, have you ever even seen worms served as a dish!? Sea worms are a popular specialty in Xiamen,
In China, people have a tendency of drying their laundry outside, even if it’s in the way of passengers – even in big cities! To make matters worse, they often dry their meat right next to the laundry,
Now this is every french fry lover’s dream! If the fries are this big, can you even imagine the size of potatoes!? These enormous fries can be found in Xiamen,
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.
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.