Picture of the day: A Chinese Sunglasses brand called Helen Keller

April 16, 2012Jing Gao2 Comments, , , , , ,

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An eyewear manufacturer in Xiamen, Southeastern China’s Fujian province named its line of sunglasses after the American deafblind author Helen Keller. On its website www.hellenkeller.cn, the advertisement notes (in English): “She was the first deafblind person to earn a near; chelor of Arts degree [1][2] The story of how Keller’s teacher Anne Sullivan, broke through to blossom as she.” A clearly grammatically wrong sentence.

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2 comments to “Picture of the day: A Chinese Sunglasses brand called Helen Keller”

  1. Guy In China | April 16, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    Looks like they don’t even fit right.

  2. Gary | April 17, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    It is appropriate that these are sold in “communist” China. Helen Keller was a radical socialist during her adult life. Actually not; she’d be depressed they were being sold for profit.

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