Chinglish is a bilingual magazine that explores the fascinating cultural exchanges between Chinese and English. The magazine's identity is characterized by the use of a magnet and the contrasting colors red and blue, which symbolize the tension and attraction between these two languages. The first issue, titled "The English Class of Chinese Post 90s," reflects on Gen-Z's experiences learning English. Symbolic items from the past, such as grid paper, radios, cassettes, and exercise books, are collaged together to tell the story of English learning in China.

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Bilingual Magazine

Rachel Wiley

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