What do you have to know about attending trade shows and exhibitions in China post-pandemic? What are the preparations you need to take care of during 2021 and 2022? How can you make sure your company is ready to face the world’s most digitally advanced Chinese customers and partners? Let’s take a look together!
Chinese is the language spoken in China. It is the most common language, based on the northern dialect. Chinese also represents the population and inhabitants of China. They have referred to the inhabitants of China since 1605. The Chinese are the highest population in the world. They are the citizens of China regardless of their ethnicity. The Chinese are people born and living in China and originally from China. The Chinese also refer to the population of Taiwan. This term refers to the entire population.
Why choose a translation agency in the first place? Do you need translations, interpreting or content writing and have a choice between machine translation, a freelance translator or a translation agency?
Attracting, selecting and recruiting the best foreign students remains a challenge for business and engineering schools and also universities. Nevertheless, offering them a 6-month or 1-year university exchange in partnership with their home school is no longer enough to determine the level of attractiveness and global influence of a school. Indeed, instead of the number […]
HI-COM is proud to have provided consecutive interpreting for China’s 2019 Offshore Summit Series. The event took place from the 12th-14th of November, at the Grand Kempinski Hotel in Shanghai.
Fantasy is one of the most difficult genres to translate. Made-up locations, creatures, and objects may present quite a challenge for a translator, especially if the book is a part of a series. Today we will discuss the methods of translating fantasy books, the main difficulties, and some recommended translation techniques.
Two girls and their team from Tsinghua University and the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics recently won First Prize for the Good Open Design Challenge with a niche product dedicated to aphasiacs. Their original intention of researching and developing such a product was to help their aphasiac friends.