Chinglish is a commonly used term for Chinese Engrish from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Examples are for the most part mistranslated signs and products. Although not as creative as Engrish from Japan, Chinglish can be quite entertaining!

Let’s suggest: use the violin mute.

posted on 24 Jul 2016 in Chinglish, Instructions


In seriously say, this only jokes.

Photo courtesy of Aymeric Penven.
Found in a club bathroom in Shanghai, China.

Children don’t develop their flavor until six.

posted on 19 Jul 2016 in Bags/Packaging, Chinglish


You know I can’t eat that when I’m playing!

Photo courtesy of Teo Rynn.
Plum jelly imported from Taiwan.

Shrimp: sluts of the sea.

posted on 17 Jul 2016 in Chinglish, Menus


Photo courtesy of Cate Bridenstine.
Found on Jade Island, Taiwan.

No shirt, no shoe, no shoe in.

posted on 15 Jul 2016 in Chinglish, Signs


I’m the managen, are you the shoe?

Photo courtesy of D.
Found at a 5 star hotel in Wuhan, China.

Replace good friend contact!

posted on 13 Jul 2016 in Chinglish, Instructions, Video Games


Speak into the ear Michael.

Photo courtesy of Rachael Gordon.
Xbox 360 headset from China.

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