With China taking the economic world by storm, the need for English to Chinese translation and Chinese to English translation increases drastically, though one needs to be extremely cautious when requesting a Chinese translation as there are between 7 and 13 official languages. Do you live in Singapore or any nearby countries? Do you have a need to translate or interpret your documents from Chinese to any other languages? Look no further, you are in the right place. Asiatis offers translations and interpretation from and into Chinese for Chinese speaking residents, businessmen or tourists in Singapore There has been an upsurge in the business exchange between China and Singapore in recent years Business transactions occur daily in places like China town, Orchard, Lavender, Marine Bay, Katong etc. Thus, there is a massive demand for translations from and into Chinese which constitutes an enormous amount of work for our agency due to the growth in commercial exchange and economy between China and Singapore. Mandarin is one of four languages in Singapore, and one of six languages in the United Nations.
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Our extensive and qualified teams of translators will carry out your translation whether it is Chinese-English, English-Chinese, Chinese-French, and French-Chinese. Our translators are highly skilled in their respective areas of specialization with the perfect understanding of commercial or technical documents, legal, patent and website that will bring about topnotch translation. We ensure that our professional translators only handle translation in their native language to guarantee flawless premium works.
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Brief History of the Chinese Language The Chinese language (中国语文, Zhōnggúo yǔwén), or Sinitic language, is a language family that forms one of the branches of the Sino-Tibetan family of languages. Consisting of many varieties, they can be considered separate languages (语, yǔ) or dialects (话, huà), but it is often collectively referred to as “Chinese” (中文, zhōngwén). Mandarin is the most widely spoken form of Chinese, with 850 million speakers, followed by Wu (90 million speakers), Cantonese (70 million speakers) and Min (50 million speakers). As of today, the number of Chinese speakers who speak one form of Chinese as their mother’s tongue has risen to around 1.3 billion people, and they spread across Taiwan and Singapore with China the primary base.
Type of project: Chinese Translation, Layout and Typesetting using Indesign
Field of expertise: Leisure and Luxury
Number of words: 17,000 words (66 pages)
Language combination: French to Chinese
We recently provided a reputable Parisian communication agency with a specialty in leisure and luxury industry a Chinese translation of their client’s Dior product catalog comprising of beauty products, fashion, and accessories, jewelry and watches. Our translators creatively employed formal language with fluidity using a poetic style for the typesetting and the layout. The end customer was delighted with our delivery. The agency as well committed the InDesign layout and typesetting to us, we took care of all the Asian languages version of the catalog which included Japanese, Chinese and Korean