Chinese Translation

Chinese translator and interpreterThe demand for translations from and into Chinese represents a significant amount of work for our agency because of the growth in economic and commercial exchanges between Canada and China. Indeed, business between Canada and China has grown in Toronto (Ontario), Montreal (Quebec), Calgary (Alberta), Ottawa (Ontario), Edmonton (Alberta), Mississauga (Ontario), Winnipeg (Manitoba) and Vancouver (British-Columbia).

Chinese Translation by Chinese Translators

We have a vast network of qualified English-Chinese, Chinese-English, French-Chinese and Chinese-French translators who are highly skilled in their respective fields of specialisation. They will be able to effectively and accurately translate your legal, commercial or technical documents, as well as patents or websites.

Our professional translators only translate into their native language to ensure the highest quality of work.

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. Although it consists of many varieties, which can be considered separate languages (语, yǔ) or dialects (话, huà), it is often collectively referred to as “Chinese” (中文, zhōngwén). Mandarin is by far 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).

Today, there are approximately 1.3 billion people who speak some variety of Chinese as their native language, primarily in China, Singapore and Taiwan.

See also: Traditional Chinese Translation

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Example of a Chinese Translation Project

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

A prominent Parisian communications agency specializing in the leisure and luxury industry needed a Chinese translation of their client Dior’s product catalogue (fashion and accessories, perfume and beauty products, jewellery and watches). The end client was extremely satisfied with our work, as much for the style our translators used as for the layout and typesetting. Indeed, translations in this field require translators to masterfully weave formal language with a fluid and poetic style.

The agency also entrusted us with the Indesign typesetting and layout of all the Asian language versions of the catalogue (Chinese, Korean and Japanese).