End of the Chinglish Era in China?

As China becomes more popular as an expat hotspot, these “Chinglish” public signs are getting more exposure in the international scene, providing foreigners and the outside world with great entertainment.

The Chinese government has decided to put a stop to this and (finally) introducing the National Standard for English Translations, this will come into effect on the 1st of December 2017.

Is this going to help improve the overall standard of English in China?

Is this the end of our “Lost in Translations” post?

We will find out

KaHei LIEnd of the Chinglish Era in China?