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!

Hey, that’s not chlorine!

posted on 17 Apr 2014 in Chinglish, Signs

Let them eat cake, but not 1/2 hour before swimming

Photo courtesy of Sue Johnston.
Found in Tianjin, China. 

From our can to your bucket

posted on 16 Apr 2014 in Chinglish, Containers

Let me open a can of whoop-a… never-mind

Photo courtesy of Casey McKown.
Found in baby formula aisle in Guizhou, China grocery store. 

Cows have no personality

posted on 15 Apr 2014 in Chinglish, Menus

With a mild sauce…a VERY mild sauce

Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Lin.

For glorious reading

posted on 11 Apr 2014 in Chinglish, Household Items

Confucius say: reading without light strain an eye.

Photo courtesy of I.T.

Marshal Tito was the mayor of Middle Earth?

posted on 10 Apr 2014 in Chinglish, Signs

Because Elf-labor relations have been strained

Photo courtesy of Bjorn Berg.
Found at Shanghai Art Museum. 

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