Languages

Chinese Translation

Chinese is one of the most important languages for choosing a professional Chinese translator to localize your communications. It is estimated that having your website available in English, Chinese and Spanish gives you access to nearly half of the world’s online users.

Chinese Facts

Traditional Chinese:"tree"
  • Localizing your website for a Chinese audience allows you to reach over 700 million people.
  • There are two primary written dialects for Chinese translation: Simplified and Traditional. Simplified and Traditional are the written forms of the language and are the focal points of Chinese translation services centered on text-based content.
  • In the 1950’s the Chinese government started to simplify written Chinese characters that were deemed overly complicated. They believed this would increase literacy rates which would in turn improve socioeconomic conditions.
  • While China has adopted Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese is more commonly used in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Since most of the people of Hong Kong and Taiwan are taught the traditional characters, many can’t fully understand printed materials and websites written in the Simplified Chinese of China.
  • Mandarin and Cantonese are both spoken dialects. Mandarin is more prevalent in China.

The Advantages of LinguaLinx Translation Services:

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While Simplified Chinese is easier to write (as translated Chinese characters in this dialect), some issues still exist. That is why we carefully determine your intended target market and audience when discussing the best way of translating Chinese.

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LinguaLinx will help you determine whether Simplified or Traditional Chinese translations are best for your project.

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We have over 700 experienced translators who reside in Chinese-speaking regions and are ready to execute your project.
Chinese-to-English translations


As one of our most requested languages, we have an extensive track record of success. If the goal is Chinese-to-English translations, we can do that too.
From Chinese marketing translations to website content adaptations, we have the skills and the experts to translate any project with accuracy.

Our Chinese Success Includes

  • eLearning Programs
  • Governor’s Press Releases
  • Nutritional Supplement Website Materials
  • Cosmetics Catalog Materials
  • Mass Transit Signs
  • Surgical Information Materials
  • Corporate Training Materials
  • Health Insurance Plan Information
  • State Test Assessment Materials
  • Higher Ed Marketing Collateral
  • eLearning Voiceover
  • IT Training Manual
  • Corporate Training Materials for Hotel Chain
  • Theme Park Maps

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