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Choose a Chinese translation service with 25 years’ translation experience
When you order a Chinese translation, you may not be entirely sure what you are getting. Everyone claims to be the best and offer the highest quality. But how do you get it?
A lot of it comes down to experience. And EVS Translations has 25 years of experience with translations from and into Chinese with international clients in Europe, USA and China.
EVS Translations operates on a global level regularly providing multinational corporations with Chinese translations. This is driven by frequently audited project management and in-house Chinese translation and QA resources supplemented by audited long-term partners for Chinese translation. In terms of expert Chinese translation services, this means short reaction and delivery times for all volume requirements, consistent quality for translations to Chinese and from Chinese and less work for the client.
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Rigorous management on a Chinese translation & localisation project
“In a recent project, EVS Translations translated online security information for children into Chinese. The aim of this text was to increase awareness about personal data, online security and the risks posed by chat rooms. The project involved the translation of song texts and crossword puzzles, which required a high level of localisation due to differences between the European and Chinese alphabet.”
Telecommunications giant needs translations into Asian languages
“We’ve been ordering legal translations from EVS Translations since 2012 into multiple languages including Chinese. It’s always been an effortless process working with them, even despite the time zone differences. Because of the nature of the documents involved, we can’t risk mistakes or inaccuracy, so we’re very careful with the supplier we work with. EVS Translations hasn’t let us down and that kind of reliability saves us time, so we can focus on other projects”.
Words in English originating from Chinese include brainwashing, feng shui and chopsticks. For more information on how these words entered the English language, take a look at the “Word of the day” posts on the EVS Translations blog below.