09.30.14

LinguaLinx and International Translation Day 2014

Today is September 30th, meaning that it is International Translation Day! Last year, we talked about the history of this day, and how it came to be. Each year, this day has a theme. This year’s is “Language Rights: Essential to All Human Rights.” On their website, the International Federation of Translators (FIT) says “Most people have […]

09.29.14

5 Reasons for Accurate Medical History Translation

When you need a medical history translation, you want accuracy. Just because your cousin Bob claims that he speaks a bit of Spanish, French, or Swahili, that doesn’t mean he’s qualified to translate the medical jargon found inside of a person’s medical history file. Here are 5 very good reasons why you always want an […]

09.26.14

Six Languages Increasing in Demand VI: Xhosa Translation

Xhosa translations, especially translations into Xhosa, have been growing in demand for some time now. Why the sudden uptick in Xhosa language translation? Several factors are contributing to this trend. Here’s a look at some of the reasons different world languages are being translated into Xhosa these days. First off, Xhosa is one of South […]

09.25.14

Six Languages Increasing in Demand V: Afrikaans Language Translation

While Afrikaans language translation might not be something you think about on a day-to-day basis, it’s a language that has shown an increase in demand for various translation services over the years. Here are some of the main reasons Afrikaans might be on your radar soon — if it isn’t already. To begin with, let’s […]

09.23.14

Six Languages Increasing in Demand IV: Korean Language Translation

Korean language translation is a very important part of doing business in East Asia. South Korea has traditionally been one of the pioneering members of ‘Asia Tigers’ club. This nation produces and exports an amazing volume of goods, especially considering how small the country actually is (compared to China, for example). While the global economic […]