Chinese Translation Services

Mandarin, Cantonese, Hakka, Wu, Min, Xiang or Gan – our expert translators are well versed in almost all variations and dialects of Chinese, from the traditional to the simplified form.

For us, translation is about understanding the nuances and intricacies of a language and presenting it in another language in such a way that the soul of the content remains intact. When it comes to translating documents into Chinese, we make sure to make it fast, easy and accurate for you.

With almost a sixth of the world’s population learning a form of Chinese from birth, the demand for Chinese translations is extremely high. If you want to reach one of the largest – and fastest growing – economies in the world.

We always deliver high-quality Chinese translation services on time and at a competitive rate.

Our team of professional and experienced linguists can provide professional Chinese Simplified document translation services to our clients. They can translate certificates, legal documents, medical reports, and marketing media. Our linguists are experienced in all formats of translations, they localize the translation for a better adaptation to the local market’s needs and help the client achieve his goals. We guarantee an efficient and high-quality translation service that meets all your needs.

China, by far, has the largest population in the world boasting a whopping 1.4 billion people. It’s a global economic powerhouse that impacts almost every industry sector including retail, technology, engineering and finance.

Chinese Language Facts

  • With a history stretching back around 6000 years, Chinese is the oldest written language in the world.
  • Though Chinese is by no means an easy language to learn, it does actually have relatively simple grammar with no cases, genders, tenses or plurals.
  • The Chinese writing system is notoriously difficult for English speakers to master, as it does not contain a segmental alphabet. Instead, it consists of over 20,000 distinct standalone characters.
  • Chinese joins English, Arabic, French, Russian, and Spanish as one of the six official UN languages.