My friend Chris West has built a great new site called Those Crazy Chinese which describes itself like this:
"Chinese (Mandarin) is a beautiful and highly literal language - directly translated, many words have entertaining and occasionally logical meanings."
It's built in Django and it integrates to Twitter so if you're on Twitter just follow it there to get the latest additions of new interesting and amusing literal translations. This website is mainly geared towards people who are, like Chris, learning Mandarin.
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