In the 17th century, the Dutch East India Company dominated the world, recognizing the importance of direct trade with China early on. It was the traders who first began to mix Chinese and English. In those days, the Chinese referred to the Dutch as "Coachmen of the seas."
Chinglish is the key to smooth Chinese-English interaction and a flourishing China trade.
Popularizing Chinglish equals reinventing the language of trade.