It's not difficult to walk around China and spot poor translations, which makes it all too easy a target. For this reason, I'll try to keep this kind of thing to a minimum. However, this sign, in Qilihe District, was too good too pass up. Thanks to Jess for the spot.
Just a few of the Olympics-related signs I've seen around Lanzhou recently. The Torch relay passes through Gansu this week. The revised route takes in Dunhuang (5 July), Jiayuguan (6 July), and Lanzhou (7 July).
Strength in unity, fighting the earthquake, providing disaster relief:
Liu Xiang is the reigning 110m hurdles Olympic champion. As well as a multitude of other endorsement work he does (clothes, milk, computers...), he's on the Coca-Cola Olympics Torch Relay ads on bus stops around Lanzhou. This one has been designed with the map of Gansu, showing the original route (before the changes to the schedule as a result of the Sichaun earthquake):