Whatever the nature of your Chinese language needs, Express Language Solutions has the specialist Chinese translator or interpreter for you. We work with a network of 3500+ accredited linguists who cater for over 150 languages, including traditional Chinese.
However, it is important to know which main dialect of Chinese your client speaks. Chinese is best used as an adjective to describe someone from China, not the language: Mandarin or Cantonese are the main language dialects.
Traditional Chinese characters are characters that do not contain newly created characters or substitutions that were introduced around 1950, which are referred to as Simplified Chinese characters. Traditional Chinese characters are currently used in Taiwan (Republic of China), Hong Kong and Macau. When booking a Chinese translator or interpreter, it is important to keep these variations in mind.
Our Chinese interpreters have vast experience working with the private, public and voluntary sectors. Recent appointments have included fact-finding missions in Singapore, as well as the translation of contracts, medico-legal reports, technical manuals, brochures and marketing material, in addition to websites and annual reports.
ELS has a long history of providing interpreters for court hearings; interviews for housing license agreements; legal appointments (solicitor appointments, barrister conferences, trials etc.) parenting meetings with schools and medical appointments.
Should your business sell its products or services overseas in general and Far East in particular, then thought should be given regarding your branding and whether your business name should be written with Traditional Chinese or Simplified Chinese characters.
So if you need a Traditional Chinese translation, or indeed a Chinese interpreter, we would be delighted to take your call 24/7 on +44 (0) 161 737 2970. You can also get in touch via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.