When I’m traveling, I like to collect signs that are “lost in translation.” My favorite memory is a sign in a Hong Kong restaurant where my husband used to eat lunch. Curious, my husband asked his colleague what the Chinese writing meant. He said it told people to not bring food from the outside into the restaurant. But what was translated into English was: NO EATING.









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