Datapoint Chinese Pidgin Russian/Domains of use: other newspaper items

The usage of this type was probable in Harbin and Vladivostok newspapers, as Pidgin was often used for humorous effect: cf. the following Pidgin saying (Khabarovsk, Vladivostok. 1920s):
kamu nara xaraso, kamu niza pəloxə
[to.whom plank.bed good for.whom down bad]
'It is good to get a place on the plank bed; it is bad to be on the floor' (obviously, of being in jail).
The saying sounds like komunara xaraso, komuniza pəloxə ('Communards were good, communists are bad'). It was used as an anti-communist regime joke.