The demand for Chinese translations represents a significant amount of work for our agency in Toronto because of the growth in economic and commercial exchanges between Canada and China.
Chinese Translation by Chinese Translator
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 assist you with:
technical documents translations
Our professional translators only translate into their native language to ensure the highest quality of work.
Chinese Interpreters in Toronto
We also offer interpretation services for Chinese in Toronto. We can provide you with Chinese interpreters in many of Canada’s main cities. If needed, we can also provide you with the necessary interpretation equipment (i.e. sound booth, headsets, etc.) and the technicians to operate it.
If you’re travelling in China or Taiwan, we have interpreters who can accompany you to provide English-Chinese interpretation/French-Chinese interpretation and/or guide services.
For your conferences, meetings, presentations, seminars, trade shows, and negotiations in Chinese we can provide you with in-booth simultaneous, consecutive, or liaison interpreting thanks to our Canada-wide network of professional interpreters.
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.
Calgary is the biggest city in the province of Alberta and the third most populated in Canada. Calgary is also the most thriving city in the province and country, and was the first Canadian city to host the Olympic Games in 1988. Although its economy is largely based on the oil industry, tourism, agriculture and high technology also contribute to its rapid economic growth.
Calgary is well known by tourists for its winter sports and ecotourism. It also hosts many annual international festivals, such as the Calgary Stampede, the Folk Music Festival, the Lilac Festival, the GlobalFest and the Carifest.
According to the 2011 census, Calgary has 1,096,833 inhabitants. The majority of Calgarians (79%) are of European origin. Among the most populated cities in Canada, Calgary takes third place for the proportion of visible minorities. Among them, the Chinese is the major group, follow by South Asians. In 2006, Calgary has 16,000 Franco-Albertans and close to 80,000 bilingual (English-French) inhabitants.