Chinese Interpreting by Certified Chinese Interpreters

An interpreter is a person who converts a thought or expression in a source language into an expression with a comparable meaning in a target language either simultaneously in "real time" or consecutively after one party has finished speaking. The interpreter's function is to convey every semantic element (tone and register) and every intention and feeling of the message that the source-language speaker is directing to target-language recipients.  If instead you need some Chinese translation (written) services? Check our Translation page.

Planning a trip to China? Whatever your needs a professional interpreter by your side will help your trip go smoothly and efficiently. Our team of professional certified interpreters and I can help you whether you are coming to China for a guided tour, meetings, negotiations, factory tour, product sourcing, or need a consecutive or simultaneous interpreter for a large conference or exhibition. Please contact us at the right or book an interpreter if you have any of the following needs:

Chinese Interpreter and City Guide
guideUsing one of our travel guides can make your trip to China a smooth one. If you want to combine some of your business needs, whether you’re in China for meetings, negotiations, sourcing some products, factory tours, etc., it would be interesting and enjoyable to add some sightseeing in any of China’s fabulous cities such as Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen or another Chinese city. One of our interpreting guides can help you with a successful trip. Please contact us.
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Consecutive Interpreting
chinese interpreting, consecutive, conference,  beijing and tianjin, china,  buttonIf you are organizing your own conference, seminar or other important event, imagine how it would be if you had a serious, trusted professionals standing by you, ready to project a unique profile to your event while maintaining an accurate and cultural sensitive version of your message? Consecutive interpretation is a mode of interpretation in which the interpreter renders his target language interpretation after the speaker has stopped speaking. This is the most common form of interpreting for a witness in open court. This mode is also used at diplomatic and business meetings between two individuals or small groups. Please contact us.
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Simultaneous Interpreting
simultaneousSimultaneious Interpreting is usually used at the largest of conferences, meetings of the UN and other high level gatherings where interpreting needs to be done quickly with a very small delay between the speaker and the interpreter. Typically, while performing Simultaneous Interpreting, the interpreter sits in a booth wearing a pair of headphones and speaks into a microphone. Please contact us.
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Beijing Interpreters, Translators and Guide
The old imperial city of the Mongol, Ming and Manchu emperors is now a modern capital. Beijing is the political and cultural capital of China. Contemporary Beijing is home to more than eleven million people and a central meeting hub of China. Yet its classical monuments remain among the great wonders of the world. At the heart of the city stands the immense Tiananmen Square covering 98 acres. Alongside is the mystical Forbidden City, once closed to all males but the emperor. At the height of imperial power, its golden-roofed palaces were home to concubines, 9,000 ladies in waiting and 100,000 eunuchs. Outside the city is the fabled Great Wall, the largest man-made structure in the world. Please contact us.
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Tianjin Interpreters, Translators and Guide
Tianjin is a metropolis in northern China and one of the five national central cities of the People's Republic of China (PRC). In terms of urban population, Tianjin is the fourth largest in China after Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou. By the end of 2010, around 285 Fortune 500 companies have set up base in Binhai, which is a new growth pole in China and is a hub of advanced industry and financial activity. Since the mid-19th century, Tianjin has been a major seaport and gateway to the nation's capital. Please contact us.
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Shanghai Interpreters, Translators and Guide
Shanghai is a city of superlatives: China’s largest city, most important industrial center, most active and most cosmopolitan. After the Treaty of Nanking in 1842, it thrived as a port trading in tea, silk and opium. The influence of foreign ideas is reflected today in Shanghai’s architecture and the sophistication of its citizen. This was the home of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the father of republican China. There is much to do in Shanghai, from visiting the serene Jade Buddha Temple, to strolling through the intricate Garden of Mandarin Yu. Please contact us.
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Guangzhou Interpreters, Translators and Guide
Guangzhou, formerly known in the Western world as Canton, has origins dating back more than 2800 years. Legend has it that five gods came riding on five goats from whose mouths the gods drew the first rice seeds. That is why Guangzhou is sometimes referred to as the City of Five Goats. Today, it is an important commerce, cultural and university center. It’s streets are lined with ever-green trees and beautiful year-round blooming flowers. Guangzhou is also famous for its crafts, namely the Guang Dong embroidery and ceramics. It is also a city with the most restaurants and tea houses in the country. The most important sights include: Dr. Sun Yatsen Memorial Hall, the Chen Family Temple, White Cloud Hall Scenic Spot, Yuexiu Park, Six Banyan Temple and Flowery Pagoda. Please contact us.
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Our Team
Have a look at some of the members of our team of Chinese interpreters to see who you will be working with. Please contact us. read more...

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