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The news that William and Harry are planning to have a statue of their mother built in Kensington Palace gardens has reminded me of the entire garden full of Princess Di statues I happened upon in Nansha, a distant suburb … Continue reading
The thing you always have to remember about Chinglish is that we are not the intended audience. English is used generally as a signifier of cosmopolitan modernity, and the vast majority of the people who see an English word will … Continue reading
Not that remarkable, maybe, but look at the guy’s face – he’s absolutely terrified. Which is realistic, I suppose.
Sweetcorn embedded in minced pork. Surely it can’t only be me that thinks this looks like a poo in a bap?
If you can read Chinese you’ll get the pun, though to be honest that doesn’t really make it any better.