Chinglish

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!

Mother Nature complained.

posted on 16 May 2017 in Chinglish, Signs

no-wild-bath

Please! This is a golf course, gentlemen.

Photo courtesy of Jerry Wichman.
Found in Shenyan, China.

Stand here and move along.

posted on 8 May 2017 in Chinglish, Signs

no-sightseeing-while-walking

You got chocolate in my peanut butter…

Photo courtesy of Ben Cunningham.
Spotted in Taiwan.

Donig what’s right

posted on 7 May 2017 in Chinglish, Signs

a-job-worth-donig

Photo courtesy of Ben Cunningham.
Found in Taiwan.

Stop comparing yourself to whom.

posted on 6 May 2017 in Bags/Packaging, Chinglish, Toys

this-board-changes-you

Mom always said I was an early challenger.

Photo courtesy of Geraldine Hancock.
From the box of a child’s scooter.

There’s only two–I think I can take’m.

posted on 4 May 2017 in Chinglish, Signs

beware-of-your-hands

That one fingered me to the police.

Photo courtesy of John Brice.
Found on a bus in Hong Kong. 

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