Chinese translator / Chinese technical translation / Chinese technical translator / Chinese interpreter
Facts about the Chinese language:
- Chinese is the largest member of the Sino-Tibetan language family.
- There is no unified Chinese language, as, according to the current official statement of the People's Republic of China, language variations considered as dialects vary in such an extent that all of them could also be considered as different Chinese languages.
- Chinese writing has 3,000 years of history, and thus is the world's oldest continuously existing, sustained way of writing.
- The Chinese sharply distinguish between the written language (ven) and spoken language (yu). The distinction between the Chinese written and spoken forms is less rigorous than in the case of Western languages. Writing in China is done to this day in a standard way.
- The most common Chinese transliteration method (into Latin characters) is Pinyin.
- Chinese currently has the largest number of native speakers in the world at around 1.5 billion. It is included among the official languages of the People's Republic of China, Taiwan, Singapore, and the United Nations’ official languages.
What we offer: Chinese translation, Chinese technical translation, Chinese native-language proofreading, Chinese technical proofreading, Chinese official translation, Chinese interpreting – Request a quote, or order Chinese translation, or Chinese interpreting!
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Central Europe, has
had a contractual relationship with Afford since 2009. Generally, we
request the translation of complicated legal texts, often with very
short deadlines. We always get quality work that holds our long-standing
working relationship together. We especially appreciate the high degree
of flexibility, customer orientation and personalized, custom
administration, as well as the confidential treatment of materials sent.
It is important that we can always count on Afford. Moreover, Afford is
open to criticism and suggestions for improvement, and requests these,
because they are progress-oriented.