Ancient abandoned floating Chinese restaurant huh? (24 Photos)

  • JAS

    Add that to the list of abandoned places perfect for a zombie movie.

    • Marc Lunn

      Or a bad guys hideout.

      • thom

        Would fit perfectly in Detroit.

  • Hermaphrodite

    numbuh faaaaah, numbah fifteen minute……

  • sumdood


  • Pierre Catalan

    source it in göteborg in sweden

    • MylesofStyles

      Sweden? IMPOSSIBRU!

    • Pete

      Not entirely sure why that comment was thumbed down… I think its pretty interesting to know where in the world the restaurant was/is.

      • Pete

        Ah, no longer thumbed down! Move along, nothing to see here…

  • SJay

    o.O theChive's new boat house party house? Yes please.

  • kevin

    I'm looking for some fried rice, bet its still good…

    • tret20

      *flied lice

  • BRian

    How about a little 69 baby? You want pork fried rice now!!!!!!

  • mshaw166

    Probably in better shape than half the chinese places workng now

  • LucretiusCarus

    I would have expected more hobos.

  • WTF

    do me a favour and fuk off

    • Hendo

      Do us all a favor and stay the f**k off of the chive. KCCO jackass.

    • MonkeyMadness

      Once a dickhead, always a dickhead. Go play in the street.

      • Pete

        You spelled "vacuum of space" wrong.

      • MonkeyMadness

        Ooh, wow, you're so big and scary. I had a feeling you were an british cock.

  • BigManJones

    I do not find this creepy, crazy food, nor WTF worthy. It's really more, 'take a look at this'.

  • Chicago Sean

    #8 Will this be included with Cat Saturday?

    • Hendo

      Best comment of the day.

  • Mother Pus Bucket


    • a-nom

      aahhhh…i see what you did there…

      • Mother Pus Bucket

        Thank you. My clever cauldron needs replenishing

  • slany

    Abandoned yes, but hardly ancient.

    • Jammy

      Was thinking the same exact thing. The Coke machine and plastic chairs gave it away 🙂

    • JOHN

      The title of this gallery is a play on words from Wayne's World 2. Wayne says "how do you get my clothes so white and fresh smelling?" and Tia Carrere says "It's an age-old Cantonese family method that very few people know about." Wayne picks up a bottle of laundry detergent and says "Ahh… Wait a minute… Calgon? Ancient Chinese secret, huh?" and looks at the camera.

  • AC Chives

    Well haro. Wrecome to Hobo Virillge

    • RivaMonsta

      Nailed it!

    • Johnny K.

      *Face palm

  • SWF

    Looks a bit like from the 'ancient' TV-Series "Noble House" (1988)

    • The Pict

      Exactly what I was thinking, but before the fire.

  • echogeo

    Ghost Hunters International, you know what to do.

  • jj.baboo

    hop on and let's go to Mortal Combat

    • johnny

      hahaha, I was thinking the same thing….

    • NightMiracle

      *Mortal Kombat

  • Ting

    This use to be out in the water and I've been here once back in 2003 🙂 was a nice experience, guess the economic crisis hit home.

  • Wayne Campbell


  • Luurtsy

    Just because something is Chinese, does not make it ancient.

    • who cares

      Shows what you know.

    • JOHN

      See comment above and Waynes World 2. Its a movie reference

  • Colin Henderson

    Hey, I went here in 2005.

    Shame to see it's closed down.

  • MacNCheesePro


  • frankus

    ancient? so like 20 years is ancient now. fuck im old

    • Underbaker

      So I guess being 40 something makes me prehistoric?

      • SHELTON


      • etcrr

        If you are prehistoric that I am in deep shit

        • Dr. Evil

          Hey, according to GWL, me being 34 makes me an "old man".

          Spoken like a true-late teens/early 20-something who thinks he's got it all figured out and that anyone over the age of 25 with a steady job and their own place is an old fart.

  • defaultuser

    Man, check out all those ancient abandoned artifacts…

    • broxstar

      Yeah like the coke machine. I think they used the term incorrectly

      • defaultuser

        I actually think the Chinese pioneered the fountain soda

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