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November 19th 2012
Published: November 19th 2012
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Ni hao loyal readers, having just returned from yet another fantastic trip to one of my favourite countries I realise it might take me a while to trawl though the 1600 or so photos to write up my blog. So in the meantime, to keep you entertained here are a few photos of some amusing translations.

I'm sure the Chinese had much more amusement at my attempts to speak their language while I was there though, I know I certainly couldn't do any better on the translations.

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Halogen? Halogen?

Really? Really?

You would have thought he could have afforded a nicer place!

20th November 2012

welll, seems with me, you are having more fun in my beloved motherland!
20th November 2012

You know I love China! But do you a know what the translation for 'halogen' is? You are probably the only person who might be able to help!
20th November 2012
Poetic instructions

there is nothing poetic about it. The instruction in Chinese was merely passable, so never mind the translation.
20th November 2012
But what is slippery?

just slippery everywhere in China, don't you find this deja-vu? remember the tomb of the first emperor of Qin? Conclusion: China is a slippery country!

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