Do you run a business in which you need to supply documents across the world in various languages? Perhaps you need the help of a Chinese translator to ensure your work is correctly translated? Instead of using free apps and websites which can often translate incorrectly, look no further than our Chinese translation services at Surrey Translation Bureau.
At Surrey Translation Bureau, we get many requests for Chinese translations but what does it mean when you request a translation into Chinese?
There are two main variants of written Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese. Simplified Chinese is used by most individuals from mainland China and Singapore; its spoken form is Mandarin. According to a linguistic study, approximately 95% of the Chinese population use Simplified Chinese (Potowski, 2010).
The second major written variant is Traditional Chinese. This is used by people living in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. The spoken version of Traditional Chinese is Cantonese.
Selecting which form of written Chinese is most appropriate for your translation, therefore, depends on which part of China you are aiming to connect with. We are always happy to advise you on issues of localisation if you are unsure.
Whilst it may be tempting to use a free translation service, these can often be basic, meaning important data can be lost in translation. By investing in a professional translator means that not only will information be correctly represented, but you can have full peace of mind that there are no translation issues.
Here at Surrey Translation Bureau, we are a family run business who have been providing translation services for over 30 years. We always aim to provide an efficient and effective service, and take great pride in the work we do.
When you come on board with us, you will be given a designated project manager who will see that the document is correctly translated. From there, it will be put through meticulous quality checks to ensure the translation is done to the highest of standards.
To get on board, give us a call on 01252 601 058, or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how we can help you.
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