Both Erik of Mandarin Tools and I had fortune notes with incorrect Chinese. I don’t care about the lucky numbers, nor the cheap Yoda-like Engrish pep-talks printed on the note, but I do care about the other side – Learn Chinese.
Mine (shown above) was not as entertaining as what Erik got:
The Chinese pinyin is correct for “pot sticker”, but the printed Chinese 罐屠夫 is something completely different. 罐 is a type of ceramic container, similar to a jar. 屠夫 is butcher.
Shame on you, Wonton Food Inc. of Brooklyn, NY 11206!
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