那畫面太美,我不敢看 [nà huà miàn tài měi, wǒ bù gǎn kàn] Expression.

This image is too beautiful, [and] I dare not look at it. Originally from Cai Yilin aka Jolin Tsai’s 2003 single “Prague Square”, this phrase is often used humorously to criticize something that’s ugly, embarrassing, or unclassy. In other cases, it is used as a compliment. For example, it can be used to comment on the above stunning photos of Japanese singer and actor Takuya Kimura.