Copy That, Copycat

As much as Taiwan loves its Japanese culture, it also loves a lot of Western things. Perhaps nowhere is this more apparent than in the branding of stores and items for sale. Specifically, there’s a sizable culture behind copying and remixing popular brands.

Regardless of the legality or morality behind all of this, it is interesting to note how concepts of things like a box of cereal span language barriers.

Something about this S looks off, but otherwise this is definitely a Superman backpack.

Kentucky Like Chicken?

Did this baby have too much chicken? Should I be concerned here?

These crackers look familiar.

Milk splashing into a bowl of flakes? Sounds about right.

Not “Pocky,” “City No. 1.” Not “Yan Yan,” but “Biscuits with Chocolate Cream.”

Oreo, is that you?

Kind of looks like a Dunkin’ Donuts logo.

Simple red box and font. Uniqlo?

What are your thoughts about all of this?

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