Chinese Traditional Document Translation Services
We provide professional Chinese Traditional translation service for all types and sources of documents, including legal documents, certificates, books, catalogs or research reports. We have a large team of professional native Chinese linguist to translate documents, and localizing the documents is a part of the job, so you do not have to pay separately for that.
Below is a list of documents we translate, but MT is not limited to them. If you have a document that needs translation, Mars Translation can do it.
- Birth certificates
- Graduation certificates
- Visa documents
- Report writings
- Service letters
- Product labeling
- Service menus
- User guidelines
Chinese Traditional Website Localization Services
It’s never been easy to target a new market, but Mars Translation could help you to get a step closer to your target markets. We have a team of qualified native Chinese linguists and experienced web developers who can translate, localize and customize your website to conquer the target markets. All of our employees are educated and trained in all industries including agriculture, fashion, IT, Law, etc. Mars Translation is your trusted translation service provider that always delivers high quality translated content.
- Fashion websites
- IT Engineering websites
- Legal websites
- Agriculture websites
- Church service websites
Chinese Traditional Interpretation Services
China or Chinese speakers play an important role in the current global market. Mars Translation plays an important role on the international translation service stage by offering professional and high quality Chinese interpretation services. Interpreters on Mars Translation are professional and experienced native Chinese linguists. We localize the speech to match the needs of local markets and cultures. We interpret from Chinese to English, and up to 108 other language pairs.
- Video conferences
- Face-to-face interviews
- Company presentations
Interesting Facts About Chinese Traditional Languages
- The first appearance of the traditional Chinese characters was in Han Dynasty, from the 5th century.
- Although simplified characters are taught and endorsed by the government of Mainland China, there is no prohibition against the use of traditional characters.
- Traditional characters are used informally, primarily in handwriting and also used for inscriptions and religious texts.