One of the things that any native English-speaking person will notice in Asia is an abundance of funny signs. The first sign I saw, when I deplaned in Changchun, pointed people to the Qnarantine Room. It is not uncommon to pass a girl on the street with a shirt that says something akin to "Sweet Honey of Yours."
Here is one example that is less than a block from my house:
|Photographs: From Movie School of thought Naturalism|
Here are two from Korea which are very representative of the genre. The first shows that Seoul (65% Christian) has some quite divinely inspired capitalists.
|Bongzi & Bongzi...That's the Place made by Jesus|
Especially considering that the words a
, and the
, frequently omitted by Asian speakers, are called articles, this is my grand prize winner.
|BARBARA: a fine article. Talk about the objectification of women...or their shoes.|
Finally, I bought a beautiful Korean liquor bottle that sits on my widow sill here. It is actually Traditional Koeran Liquuor, which, I hear, teetotalling Moslems abhor.
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