TehTarikKaki on December 30th, 2010

This is the second part of the blog post “Funny Chinglish that makes you laugh”. Chinglish example #6 Chinglish: Have to hurry, was also chong chong to. Suggested proper English: It is very difficult to give an accurate translation. However the meaning is “You come here in a hurry, but make sure you flush it […]

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TehTarikKaki on December 24th, 2010

Hey Teh Tarik Kakis: it has been more than a month since I last posted here. Recently I had the opportunity to visit China on leisure and came across some very funny English wordings used by the local Chinese in their signage and printed literature. What is Chinglish? From Wikipedia: Chinglish refers to spoken or […]

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TehTarikKaki on September 11th, 2010

Attending a job interview for new graduates could be a daunting experience simply because it is indeed a skill not taught in college or university. Throughout my many years of experience as an employee as well as an employer, I have seen many simple mistakes made by the interviewees. In my opinion, there are five […]

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TehTarikKaki on August 31st, 2010

I went shopping last Sunday and bought a cutting mat made of PVC where you may use it as a protective board for cutting papers etc. Here is the story. The shop I bought it from is called Daiso. I was curious the meaning of the name of the shop. I posted an update in […]

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