Brushduck is calling on its legions to contribute to Visit Britain’s “GREAT names” campaign, which encourages Chinese visitors to come up with Chinese names for top GB landmarks!
Inspiring vid with top production released earlier this month below:
Some of the imaginative names already established for GB landmarks include:
London Eye – Lun Dun Yan 伦敦眼
Big Ben – Da Ben Zhong 大本钟
But we think you can do better than that!
A couple to get you started:
Broadway Market – Chao Ren Shi Chang 潮人市场
Bonar Bridge – Bo Qi Qiao 勃起桥
The Emirates Stadium – Zhi Chang Ti Yu Guan 直肠体育馆
Make sure to copy your suggestions below please..!
Since the breaking news appeared on
Brushduck Xi’an Up Close that a mystery mushroom had been discovered in Xi’an, it seems that the fungus has become the must have commodity on account of its amazing medicinal properties.
Rare specimens have been illicitly traded on the streets:
And recipes to bring out the best of the elusive mycetoza’s special qualities have appeared online:
Predicting a 21st century gold rush I’m off to Shaanxi province to see if I can’t grab a few. These will be available for £199.99/kg on return, cheques to Brushduck.
- less crowded than the bus, can catch up with a friend, can grab some chuanr
Once my friend fell down a road work hole on a Chinese university campus – only to be told by a passer-by “You’re not allowed to stand in that hole.”
The Associated Press call in their most irritating reporter
If you are going to try your new gag material out on someone, why not try it on the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism?
One plucky Australian journalist thought he would try his joke out on live TV on his Holiness the Dalai Lama.
You have to give him some credit for giving it a go. Apparently his network have canceled his upcoming interviews with the Pope, an Irishman and the Virgin Mary.
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