If you intend to study, live, work or do business in another country, it is almost certain that you will need administrative documents such as contracts, audits, general conditions, birth certificates and education diplomas translated into another language. Some of your translations may need to be certified, notarized, or even performed by a sworn translator. […]
“For Chinese people online shopping is a lifestyle” said Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba group and Taobao shopping platform. If you have spent even the smallest amount of time in China, you will have heard of Taobao, China’s biggest online shopping service. However much to the frustration of many foreigners living here, Taobao is […]
We are now on WeChat 🙂 Every week we post our pick of the funniest translations found in China – we call it ‘Lost In Translation’. We also share articles written by our team about the language industry or/and one of our very own guides on how to use some of the most important platforms […]
We all know that WeChat is an absolute must for companies with any type of presence in China. The problem is that the back office of the WeChat account is only available in Chinese. We have translated some of the pages of the interface to help you understand some of the basic functions of your […]
Over the few past years, the demand for real-time interpreting services has increased considerably. One major contributing factor for this phenomenon is the globalization of business, as it has increased the number of opportunities for international trade and opened up new markets for businesses all around the world. In order to stay competitive and meet […]
We have recently become members of the CanCham. We would like to give a big thank you to the entire CanCham team in Shanghai. We are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation with them in 2017! The CanCham holds numerous events with a view to building community links and raising awareness of social responsibility.
Translation companies are being increasingly called upon to provide not only translation, but transcreation services for their customers. What is transcreation? In order to clearly explain what transcreation is, it’s important to quickly go through what translation is first, so that we can make a clear distinction between the two services.
The structure of his sentences is often muddled, the meaning of his comments is sometimes unclear, and he has a tendency to waffle, repeat and exaggerate. His Twitter posts are also often littered with grammar mistakes. President Trump’s language is annoying to some, and soothing to others. But for one group of professionals, it’s causing […]
Interview with experienced Chinese translator and interpreter, LINA H. When thinking about becoming an Interpreter or a Translator one instaedia/ https://www.hicom-asia.com/entering-chinese-market-things-brands-need/ntly pictures themselves standing before a foreign business delegation wearing an elegant suit at a top Wall street office, or translating a new book that will sell millions of copies in its first week on […]
No one in the business world in his right mind can deny the power of media, and more specifically, one of its main creations – social media, where according to studies carried out by the University of Pennsylvania, we spend an average of 1/3 of our online time. Do you want your product to […]