"Shanghaied" refers to the act of being kidnapped or defrauded into doing something*
ex. "I was Shanghaied into donating 1000 rmb to the Wo Fo temple, when I should have just given money to the school officials!"
But why is "Shanghai" the only location to be turned into a verb? I have come up with several other useful noun-turned-verb phrases to help you express yourself in China.
To “Shanxi” is a verb which refers to being made extremely dirty and/or polluted
Ex. “My clothes were completely Shanxied by that dust storm, it’s going to take my ages to wash them all.”
To “Henan” has two uses:
1. To receive an seemingly unfair punishment as a result of a charitable contribution
2. To beg for something
Ex. 1 “I helped that old women cross the street. Now I have AIDS. I’ve been Henaned.”
Ex. 2 “My clothes are old and Shanxi’d but I can’t afford to buy new ones, I’ll have go out and Henan some money.”
To “Taiwan” is to be separated
Ex. “Stop trying to Taiwan my country!”
To “Xin Jiang” or to be “Xin Jianged” is to be stabbed and/or robbed
Ex. “I should have been more careful outside of the workers stadium at night, I almost got Xin Jianged by a gang of Chinese guys!”
To be “Guang Donged” is for a human bitten, or in some cases, completely cannibalized by other humans
Ex. “I didn’t believe it was true until I saw the pictures of those people Guang Donging each other. Such savagery.”
To be “Tokyoed” or to “Tokyo” somebody refers to the act of being groped or molested (or groping or molesting someone else) in a public space, often with no repercussions
Ex. “Rick likes to hunt, drink beer, and Tokyo girls in his free time.”
“Shenzhened” means to be kidnapped and killed, with ones body parts sold on the black market.
Ex. “He was Shenzhened right from in front of the school! His parents paid the ransom, but they found the body by the ocean a week later.”
To be “America’d” is the act of being told what to do by somebody whose business it’s not
I’ll stop writing here because I’m worried about getting Nigeriaed.
*To only be scammed of money is not to be confused with being Shanghaied, it is simply to be China'd.