We offer translation services in Chinese, from Italian to Chinese and from Chinese to Italian, using professional mother-tongue translators who we carefully select depending on the type of work and translation to be carried out.
All translations are overseen by Project Managers with organisational and language skills, who coordinate the various professionals involved and act as a contact person for the client, carefully assessing the meaning of the content to be conveyed and the relative recipients.
Chinese does not use letters of the alphabet, but ideograms: symbols that each represent a semantic unit. The same syllable may change its meaning depending on the tone with which it is pronounced. There are two ways of writing Chinese characters: simplified characters are used in mainland China and Singapore, while traditional characters are used in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.
Today, there are 1.2 billion speakers worldwide and it is currently adopted as the official language of the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan and Singapore as well as being one of the six official languages of the UN.
China, Italy’s third largest import partner country, is the world’s second most powerful economy, after the USA. Its market is increasingly growing, as is its tourism, at an incredible rate.