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  • In summ, let all of other friend with good behaviors EXCHANGE good ideas rather than bully chinglish way.

    WE’RE NOT CHINA! Taiwan

  • In summ, let all of other friend with good behaviors EXCHANGE good ideas rather than bully chinglish did here.

    WE’RE NOT CHINA! Taiwan

  • And if it is in english, I will still bitch about the chinglish.

    The National Palace Museum

  • Dingle: 16 rmb is a bit on the dear side, despite the chinglish!

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • "zone_info": "huffpost. living/blog; living = 1; nickname = robin-lakoff; entry_id = 260132; @ylifestyle = 1; acronyms = 1; brangelina = 1; chinglish = 1; english = 1; english-language = 1; humpty-dumpty = 1; language = 1; latin = 1; lewis-carroll = 1; linguistics = 1; misspeaking = 1; neologism = 1; portmanteaus = 1; semantics = 1; spanglish = 1; through-the-looking-glass = 1; truncations = 1; twitter = 1; words = 1",

    Robin Lakoff: Cutting to the Chase

  • "zone_info": "huffpost. living/blog; featured-posts = 1; living = 1; nickname = megan-berry; entry_id = 117849; beijing-olympics = 1; china = 1; chinglish = 1; english = 1; spanglish = 1",

    Megan Berry: Chinglish and the Beijing Olympics: No More Stir-fried Wikipedia?

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    Megan Berry: Chinglish and the Beijing Olympics: No More Stir-fried Wikipedia?

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  • p-tish! I'm here all week -- try the veal.

    August 26, 2009

  • *groan*

    August 25, 2009

  • I'll bet that will cost a lot of money and then they'll call that "Cha-Chinglish."

    And then the mafia will want a piece of the action and that will be called "Ba-da-binglish."

    And then...

    August 25, 2009

  • B.B.C. News: 'The authorities in the Chinese city of Shanghai are starting a campaign to try to spot and correct badly phrased English on signs in public places.

    'Chinglish, as the inaccurate use of the language is known, has long been a source of embarrassment for the authorities there.'

    August 25, 2009

  • To take notice of safe: The slippery are very crafty

    January 10, 2007

  • chinese Engrish

    January 10, 2007