Chinese Interpreting and Translation Assignments
Over the last several weeks we have had numerous requests to translate documents to and from several of the various Chinese dialects. A large city council requested the professional and NAATI certified translation of two press advertisements into both Traditional and Simplified Chinese over several weeks, the client requested that one of the translations be delivered in print ready InDesign format, which we were happy to accommodate. Another large Australian business required the translation of a 550 word file into four languages including Simplified and Traditional Chinese, this assignment was completed within 3 business days. A private client had a 33000+ word file in Chinese and requested it be translated to English, this was completed within 7 working days, there have also been several other similar documents requests to translate from English into any one of the dialects. A company in the fashion industry requested the translation of an excel spread-sheet into eight languages including Simplified Chinese.
Over the same time period we had several requests for interpreters, including 2 for Mandarin interpreters in the Canberra area both for medical interpreters one for workers compensation and the other for legal aid. An investment firm in Sydney booked a Mandarin interpreter to attend a meeting for 3 hours, while a further interpreter was required to attend a meeting at a public library in Sydney area. Additionally a Cantonese interpreter was required to assist with an interview between a lawyer and his client in the New South Wales justice system, while a second one was booked to interpret at Court in Sydney for a full day. A Cantonese interpreter was also needed on the telephone for a client in Melbourne for an hour, while on a separate occasion one was requested to meet a client at a bank in Western Australia for a meeting.
These are just a few of the recent bookings we have received involving the Chinese language.