Chinese translation services: Chinese variants explained
Chinese Translation Service is where we distinct ourselves and what we’re proudest of. There are several varieties of Chinese, Simplified Chinese is used in Mainland China, Malaysia and Singapore, whereas Traditional Chinese is used in Taiwan, Macao and Hong Kong. You would also hear about ‘Mandarin’, which refers to the spoken Chinese used in China, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan. Also sometimes people talk about Cantonese, which is spoken in Hong Kong and Guangdong Province of Mainland China. So to sum it up, there are two types of written Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese, and two types of spoken Chinese, Mandarin and Cantonese.
When translating from English to Chinese, it’s important to take into account the local cultures and customs. YBD Chinese Translation Services employs the most qualified native Chinese translators to translate your documents in a professional way that is adapted to the Chinese market.
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Chinese translation services: why choose us
Our Chinese and Cantonese translators and Mandarin interpreters are either certified by prestigious translation assessment institutions like AIIC, NAATI, CATTI, have many years of experience working as Chinese linguists, or graduate from famous language institutes with good grades. Each and every one of them needs to go through our trial translation phase, those few who have passed it will work with us from small tasks at first, only who have passed our review with multiple projects will become our contracted full-time Mandarin translators.
Say you’re from the UK, US, Canada, Australia or any other English speaking countries, your local translation agencies may charge as high as US$ 0.3 per source word, or somewhere around $0.2(check out this Slator study on translation rates), with YBD as your Chinese translation partner, you’ll only need to pay less than a third of their rates. Chances are, even if you choose your local translation services, they’ll still outsource the work to the native Chinese translators like us, that is, if they’re serious about the business.
You want your requests to be responded really fast, instead of speaking with a sales person, who forwards your message to a project manger, who then relays it to the Chinese translator, you spare the energy in delayed and ineffective communication with YBD Chinese Translators, with us you’ll have only one point of contact, who understands both translation and business aspects of your project.
You might be wondering, why would I go for a Chinese translation company instead of a local one? After all, the distance between us make you hesitate. And what about the payment? Would it be safe? What if everything goes wrong? Don't worry, for translation, you're just an email away from us, same as with your local providers. What's more, we adopt a pay-after-delivery approach for established and reputable businesses like yours.
ENGLISH TO CHINESE TRANSLATION SERVICES: CONTENT TYPES
MANDARIN TRANSLATION SERVICE: LANGUAGES
|• English to Chinese||• English to Cantonese||• Chinese to English|
|• English to Japanese||• Japanese to English||• English to Traditional Chinese|
|• English to Mandarin||• Japanese to Chinese||• Chinese to Japanese|
|• English to Korean||• Korean to English||• Korean to Chinese|
|• French to Chinese||• Chinese to French||• German to Chinese|
|• Spanish to Chinese||• Chinese to Spanish||• Russian to Chinese|
|• Chinese to Russian||• Arabic to Chinese||• Chinese to Arabic|
Chinese Translation Service: Case Study
For our English to Chinese translation of a press release regarding a Children’s book exhibition.
For our Chinese to English translation of Inspur’s HPC product information and introduction and their website in general.
From a client in the manufacturing industry.