In November 2008 issue of Wired magazine, there is an interesting article about underground (or should that be "under-net") volunteers that would add subtitles to popular American television shows for those who do not understand English.
The concept is interesting however the illustration accompanying the story is not so.
While both English and Arabic alphabets are up-right and correct, the four Chinese characters are upside-down.
認真爆笑 means "serious laughter" in Chinese.
This is second time I have spotted Wired magazine making similar snafu.