Low priced everyday goods from China. Generally associated with poor quality but is not true in many cases. If it weren't for 'Made in China' goods', you'd pay 50% more for everyday goods (because imported Chinese products are far cheaper than local products). Most 'Made in China' products are safe to buy, except for the ones in dodgy packing or without a use-by date.
I know alot about 'Made in China' products because I'm a Chinese person living in the US.
the label you, ironically, find on american flags.
The little white tag on the lower right corner of the American flag says "made in china". What a surprise.
A shorter phrase to indicate that something doesn't work.
Man that shiz doesn't work! It must have been made in China!
A commonly seen phrase appearing under over 50% of the world's products, "Made in China" almost became a signature of industrial standard worldwide.
Also, "Made in China" is a funny, yet true concept, where many humor can spawn from it... when you just look closely at the things we use everyday.
Look! Underneath the world map said "Made in China"! Isn't that funny?
The souvenirs sold from shops in Japan said "Made in China"!
A tag commonly translated as "Don't swallow this or you will die from lead paint."
Johnny, that toy care says, "Made in China" on it. Stay away. Come Johnny we're going home to get you a toy that is a bit more expensive.
piece of shit
If something is made in China, it's a piece of fucking shit. Don't buy it, unless you hate America, in which case, fuck you.
Printed on the back of the American Flag
Teacher at Robert Clemente Middle School: Hey! You have to stand up for the pledge of allegiance. Security!
Student: Why should I salute a flag that 's made in China?