06 December 2010


We enjoy the signs in China; here's some of our favorite Chinglish over the last few months. While no smoking signs are common, they're frequently ignored.
"first priority resporyutukity Your satisfy is our" caught our eye going up the escalator in the supermarket.
"Study does not mean lack of time, but diligent." Most of our classrooms have motivational signs like this one.
"ProtectCircumStance begin with me." China has a more casual approach to things like grammar, capitalization, and punctuation.
"Treasure Life" is a big safety slogan everywhere, not just for drowning.
We're definitely in the best place for seeing the sights (and reading the signs).