INFOGRAPHIC: The Languages Spoken in China

China has a LOT of languages and dialects.

by Bridget O'Donnell, 11 June 2016

Chinese Urban Dictionary: Nanyou Li Max

Is your boyfriend nanyou li max? If not, you might want to reconsider.

by Mia Li, 20 May 2016

Chinese Urban Dictionary: Goudai

How did goudai – which means dog leash – come to mean 'go die'?

by Mia Li, 28 April 2016

Chinese Urban Dictionary: Waiguoren

How 'crooked nuts' became the word for foreigners.

by Mia Li, 31 March 2016

Chinese Urban Dictionary: Duoshoudang

People who are addicted to online shopping and vow repeatedly to quit but can't.

by THAT'S, 18 December 2015

TMall designs ridiculously hard quiz for foreigners in China

'I shop therefore I learn,' at least in China you do.

by Betty Richardson, 01 September 2015

Explainer: Why Taylor Swift's Chinese Nickname is Moldy

The puntastic reason behind Tay Tay’s mildewed Middle Kingdom moniker.

by Ella Wong, 06 July 2015

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