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Chinese humor --

From: China 广东(guang dong) 广州(guang zhou ) @WarmLifeGz7 Time : 2019-01-07 07:33:56

Although there are more than enough Expats who seemingly "understand" Chinese cultural aspects ...  no doubt there are ...   however, yet another aspect might evade their keen acuity for Chinese humor or Chinese comedians...  

In order to allow English speaking folks a sample ...  Below is my attempt to translate into English a well known comedian ....  Should you not find it funny or humorous --- at least you will have a sampling of what some or many Chinese do ...   For our Chinese readers ... clicking on translate should give you enough "taste" to know Who, What, Where and When ...  Also, IF some ... many Chinese readers here do not find this funny or humorous .. Well....hmmmmm    This will only demonstrate that Barry and Melycan have different "tastes" for humor even though both are from the same neck of the woods .... 

For the Foreigners here --- I will wait and see IF any of our Chinese readers will notice Who the famous Chinese comedian is ...  should any say that these persons are not famous --- well, cough cough ...   that would be akin to saying that George Carlin, Jim Carrey etc is not famous ...  grin grin ...   For those who need a hint ... the main one is from 东北 ... 沈阳 


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From: China 浙江(zhe jiang) 杭州(hang zhou ) @JohnAbbot Time : 2019-01-13 11:51:12 #1


I have held off posting this because it seems like there is something missing from this thread, and that is the subject of this line above: "Below is my attempt to translate into English a well known comedian ...."

I am just not finding the translation no matter how hard I look.

If you can provide it to me I'll add it to the thread for you.

From: Australia New South Wales Sydney @oldghost Time : 2019-02-05 15:13:03 #2


Indeed there is a hole in this, but then perhaps this is 'the Chinese humour', and then 'nothing' is an accurate translation???

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