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,
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.
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!
Who would’ve thought that people would end up paying to be buried in the sand!? In China, burying a person in the sand is referred to as sand therapy,
Chinese alternative medicine is world-famous and widely recognized, but we’ll have to admit that certain methods and treatments do seem a bit extreme. Here we see a woman receiving one of the Chinese ancient treatments in case of facial paralysis,
You’d like to open a factory? There’s no need to look for architectural inspiration any further than the design of your product. China’s Wuliangye group wanted their product to be seen,
Billions of people living in China are in constant need of new housing, which calls for new constructions developing almost out of nowhere. However, the issue with new infrastructure is that often the old has to be modified,
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!
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!
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 –