Saturday, September 15, 2007

Dustbin poetry.

One of the most recurring Chinglish themes is the world of recycling. An ecological awareness is definitely spreading in China, albeit slowly, but its terminology is all the more creative, though. This is a nationwide phenomenon if you look at the locations below.

1,2 Lingshan Buddhist Statue 灵山大佛 in Wuxi 无锡, Jiangsu 江苏 province. Many thanks, Leo!

3 Longmen Grottos 龙门石窟 in Luoyang 洛阳, Henan 河南 province.
Many thanks, Jörg!

4 Lama Temple 雍和宫 in Beijing 北京.
Many thanks, Cora!

5 Summer Palace in Chengde 承德, Hebei 河北 province.
Many thanks, Michael!

My simple, much less poetic suggestion: recyclable/non-recycable.


At 5:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote ...


Do people want thick road!


At 6:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote ...

this is ain't funny, man!
i just dont get it, what u tring 2 express?
r u tring 2 say how stupid chinese are, or what?!

i believe if you learn chinese, you could be much more stupid than this! and, if you really got plenty time to do this kind of shit, you should spend some time to take care of your "thing"!!!!

teach you one first!
you stupid pussy! 你这个傻逼!

At 9:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote ...

hi, chick this out.

At 5:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote ...

relax. don't be serious.
Smart people learn it, stupid people laugh it.

At 7:56 PM, Blogger Jessica wrote ...



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