Slogans are a typical Chinese culture. Officials, teachers, traffic policemen, and street vendors all love short catchphrases and witty sentences to promote policy, improve morale, sell products, or warn against rule-breakers. When reading Peter Hessler’s book River Town, I was amazed by how he used a slogan to show his better understanding of China. Following are slogans of diverse nature but most hilarious.
Those who suckle me are not necessary my mother, but whoever has money must be god.