The demand for translations from and into Traditional Chinese represents a very significant amount of work for our agency because of the growth in economic and commercial exchanges between Canada and China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. 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).
Traditional Chinese Translation by Traditional Chinese Translators
We have a vast network of qualified English-Traditional Chinese, Traditional Chinese-English, French-Traditional Chinese and Traditional Chinese-French translators who are highly skilled in their respective fields of specialization. They will be able to effectively and accurately translate your legal, commercial or technical documents, as well as patents or websites.
Traditional Chinese translation services
Our translation agency provide English to Traditional Chinese translation services and Traditional Chinese to English translation services for commercial, legal, technical documents and user manuals. Just email us your document(s) to get a free quote within an hour (during business hours).
Certified Traditional Chinese translation
Our certified Traditional Chinese translators can provide official translations that will be accepted by the Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), or any administration in Canada. Just send us the scan of your document(s) to translate to get a free quote.
Our professional translators only translate into their native language to ensure the highest quality of work.
Brief History of Traditional Chinese
Chinese is the most widely spoken language on the planet. It is the native language of over 1.3 billion people, primarily in China. In fact, there are 2 million Chinese speakers in the United States alone. On the Web, there are now over 144 million Chinese-speaking internet users.
The written Chinese language comes in two forms: traditional and simplified. Traditional Chinese is more complex and is primarily used in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Malaysia. Simplified Chinese was created around 40 years ago to make education accessible to the general public. Simplified Chinese, which is easier to write and less complex than its traditional counterpart, is now used on a regular basis in China and Singapore.
On the Web, Simplified Chinese search engines target continental China and Singapore, while Traditional Chinese is still used in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Malaysia, as well as in the vast majority of Chinese communities in the United States, Canada, Europe, etc.