Interpretation Service by Chinese Interpreters and Translators

The interpreters of Chinese Interpreters and Translators are among the most competent in their profession. They are all professionally trained and experienced in simultaneous, consecutive and sight interpreting modes in various settings:

  • Business conferences or consultations
  • Court proceedings and trials
  • Depositions
  • Educational seminars and symposiums
  • Medical and healthcare consultations

The dialects Chinese Interpreters and Translators provides: Mandarin, Cantonese, Fujianese, and Wu Dialect

  • Mandarin – the official language spoken by the population (near 1.5 billion) in China as well as many of the overseas Chinese today. Mandarin is also one of the six working languages of the United Nations.
  • Cantonese – spoken by the population (over 85 million) from Guangdong Province, Hong Kong, Macau, and many of the Chinese Diasporas in Singapore and Malaysia as well as countless pockets of Chinese communities, large or small, across the continents of the globe.
  • Fujianese – spoken by the people (about 70 million) on both sides of the Taiwan Straits, namely Fujian Province and Taiwan, which is also categorized into Northern Fujianese including the capital region Fuzhou vernacular and Southern Fujianese spoken in Taiwan as well.
  • Wu Dialect – together with Shanghai vernacular, spoken by the people (over 90 million) in Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces along the central east coast of China.

Do You Know?

All Chinese dialects spoken by the Chinese both in China and overseas are all mutually intelligible because the one and only difference among all dialects lies in pronunciations and/or in tonal variations. Hence, the speakers of these dialects can readily understand each other semantically by reading written texts without intentionally learning any linguistic nuances thanks to the uniformity of a writing system that consists of the same characters, vocabularies and sentence structures for more than two thousand years.