By Stephen Bugno
Spend any amount of time in China and you’ll start noticing ridiculous signs like these. Usually it’s the English translations that make that it so odd or even unintelligible.
This photo was taken on April 15th. Try to find what’s out of place.
Please people. Separate your rubbish. Recycled on one side, organisms on the other.
All around the ancient town of Lijiang, signs are reminding us how civilized people behave. For example, civilized people walk their bicycles through the old city. And of course, eating out should keep civilized behavior.
This one’s actually quite progressive thinking, and advice we should heed in every city and town. Makes sense–if we take care of our environment, it will take care of us. The sign’s literal translation just makes me smile.
OK, you’re right. Eating cute dogs is not even remotely funny. But this picture was outside a restaurant in Yunnan Province.
In case you forgot what WC stood for, here is a reminder.
It is definitely not cool to scare or verbally harass Panda Bears, and I like how this sign tells us that.
Right. Getting the Chinese to stop lighting firecrackers is like asking Panda Bears to stop eating bamboo.
Just thought I would leave you with this beautifully written whatever it is.