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The Funny Side of Life in China 2

Future emperors with a temper

sunny 26 °C

Back by popular demand, dear readers, is 'The Funny Side of Life in China'. You know the drill by now: abandon cultural sensitivity and just laugh at the Chinese use of English. If you haven't checked it out already, prepare yourself by reading 'The Funny Side of Life in China 1'. Now without further preamble, here's another set of crazy snaps from around the Middle Kingdom...

So freshly open they're still building it, Lishui's new Wal-Mart is already taking aim at the hitlist of things you just can't get here. Sandals could be a bit of a problem though!

Let's head for the snooker, eh, plub.

'Nihao. I just split my head open.'

One careful owner...

You just have to read this...

Probably seemed like a good name, but...

I dunno what this means. Beat poetry, maybe?

Needless to say, there was no one around.

Well, no wrong words as such, but it just doesn't quite get there

More reasons than one to squint here. Yes, it does say 'enrironmentol'. Oh dear!

He's cross that Emperor

They just can't seem to get the litter signs right!

No need for caution, this place's impervious to fire and smoke it would appear.

Lastly, oh how we laughed at this. Check out the year - he's the cyborg emperor! Until next time, dear readers, enjoy the 21st Century while it's still here :-)

Posted by BillLehane 01:11 Archived in China Tagged living_abroad

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