More Chinglish: Speaking in Tongues offers a fresh look at the unintentional but very funny creative misuses of the English language in Chinese street signs, products, and advertising. Enjoy 100 brand-new examples of this unique cultural heritage, which, due to efforts from the Chinese government to wipe out all forms of incorrect signage and advertising, is about to disappear.
Oliver Lutz Radtke is the author of Chinglish: Found in Translation. He works as a multimedia producer and editor in Beijing.
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