by John Pasden
23 Jul 2013
Here’s a Chinese door that not-so-subtly reminds you it’s a door:
“Door” in Chinese is written 門 in traditional Chinese, and 门 in simplified. Obviously, the character above is traditional.
Unfortunately, it’s not a door to a door shop or anything quite so fitting.
John is a Shanghai-based linguist and entrepreneur, founder of AllSet Learning.
That is so cool! where did you find it?
Actually, our mutual friend Jared found it. I think the QR code will tell you the location.
But is the name of the place ‘Door’? Is it a bar or something?