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Chinese Language:

Chinese is the official language of China and is spoken by more people than any other language in the world. The number of Chinese speaking population exceeds 1.2 billion worldwide. Chinese is one of the languages of the United Nations. Chinese is also spoken in many other countries including Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Guam, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Mauritius, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, USA and Vietnam.

Chinese, like the other languages of the Sino-Tibetan family and is a tonal language. Chinese is written with thousands of distinctive characters called ideographs which have no relation to the sound of a word. In a large dictionary there are 40-50,000 characters. While a Chinese child learns about 2,000 characters by the time he is ten, it takes two or three times as many to be able to read a newspaper or novel. One kind of Chinese type-writer has 5,400 characters. The number of strokes required to draw a Chinese character can be as high as 33.

The majority of Chinese characters, however, consist of two elements ´┐Ża signific, which indicates the meaning of a word, and a phonetic, which indicates the sound. The significs, or radicals, number 214 in Chinese, and indicate the class of objects to which the word belongs. For example, all words relating to wood, such as "tree" and "table," contain the "wood" radical. The phonetic consists of the character for a word whose meaning is totally unrelated to the word in question, but whose pronunciation happens to be the same. Thus the character for "ocean" consists of the signific "water" plus the phonetic "sheep," the word for "sheep" being pronounced the same as the word for "ocean."

Chinese has many dialects, two of them widely spoken are Mandarin spoken by majority of the population and Cantonese spoken by the rest of the population including Hong Kong. A given word may be quite different in Mandarin and Cantonese, but it would be written identically in the two dialects. Since the Chinese characters are also used in Japanese, each language, when written, is partially intelligible to a speaker of the other, despite the fact that the two spoken languages are totally dissimilar.

There are two written forms referred to as the traditional and simplified Chinese. The Chinese government made a decision to simplify the written Chinese language to make it easier for the general populace to become literate. Thus two distinct versions of written Chinese came into being - traditional and simplified Chinese. Simplified characters are used in the Mainland China and Singapore. Traditional Chinese characters are used in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. The implified writing system differs in two ways from the traditional writing system: (1) a reduction of the number of strokes per character and (2) a reduction of the number of characters in common use.

Chinese computing has two streams of internal encodings to represent Chinese characters. These are Guobiao (abbr., GB) and Big5 or Big-5. GB, the National Standard of the People's Republic of China, is the encoding method for written simplified characters. Big5 or Big-5 is the encoding method for written traditional Characters.

Chinese Language Translation:

If you need a professional Chinese translation agency for translation of documents, instructions, letters, websites, software etc - LangJobs is a right place for you. LangJobs is one of the best translation agencies offering comprehensive and accurate translation and localization services. You can set up the timelines for your Chinese translation and be sure to receive the completed, accurate results within those deadlines.

Whether you need a business, legal, manufacturing, technical, personal or scientific text to be translated, our Chinese translators can provide you all. They are capable of conveying the precise meaning of your documents and expressing your text in a language that is consistent with local culture, traditions and tastes. Our highly qualified Chinese translator will be able to offer you the most accurate Chinese translation. At LangJobs, professional translators whose native language is Chinese or highly qualified Chinese language translators perform our Chinese translation. They have in-depth understanding of the subject matter and solid mastering of the Chinese language including its spelling, grammar, and cultural appropriateness.

In today's Globalized business arena, opportunities for international business present the need to communicate in many different languages. We provide you with quality Chinese interpretation services. Whatever the nature and scope of your interpretation needs, we will custom design Chinese interpretation solutions to fit your objectives, environment and budget. Our linguists take professional care in understanding the subject matter and work closely with our clients to conduct a smooth delivery.

Our Native Chinese Translators:

Our Native Chinese translators are professional linguists who have studied and achieved qualifications in translating from other languages into Chinese, for a wide range of documents in various industries:

Process Driven Method:

We adopt a Translation methodology to translate all the documents which makes us enable to provide a process driven and quality service: Translation Methodology

Range of Chinese Language Translation Pairs:

We specialize in providing document translation services for a wide array of languages pair. You may find a list of languages we translate into: Languages

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