Corporate Translations, Inc.
Corporate Translations, Inc


Chinese Language Translation

Expertly moving information, from one language to another, since 1995

Chinese and Chinese translations are spoken and read by an estimated 900 million people. While the largest population of Chinese speakers is located in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and Singapore also speak Chinese as an official language of their countries.

Chinese is written using Chinese characters, a member of the Sino-Tibetan language family and is read from left to right and horizontal to vertical.  When authoring a document in English for translation from English into Chinese, an expansion rate of approximately 1.5% can be anticipated.  When spoken in multiple countries, the “Target Market” determines the appropriate translation.

While the actual number of native-speakers and total speakers may vary according to the source, it is widely held that Chinese is the first most spoken language in the world. The standard of measurement is Metric and the ISO codes for Chinese are ZO, CHI & ZHO.

One of the most popular daily newspapers in Chinese are the People’s Daily (English version) and: People's Daily).

Official Language (or an Official Language) of the Following Countries;  People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Taiwan (Republic of China).
Approximate Number of Global Speakers: 900 million
Writing System:               Chinese Characters
Text read from: Left to Right, Horizontal to Vertical
Expansion/Reduction Rate from English:              +1.5%
Desktop Publishing Considerations: Font Concerns, Characters
ISO Codes: ISO 639-1 ZO,
ISO 639-2 CHI,
ISO 639-3 ZHO
Translation Considerations: Spoken in multiple Countries and/or Regions; “Target Market” determines appropriate translation.
Transliteration Required, Acronyms, 800 numbers, etc.
Standard of Measurement: Metric

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