NAATI Certified Chinese Translation Services
Are you looking for Chinese to English or English to Chinese translation services or a NAATI certified Chinese translator in Sydney? You’re in luck! Here at Sydney Translations, we have it all for you.
Our English to Chinese translation services can help you with your English to Chinese and vice versa legal translations. This includes written translations and legal document translations from Chinese to English and English to Chinese.
Contact Sydney Translations today to reserve a Chinese NAATI Translator, fill in the online quotation form and let us know your needs, and we’ll be happy to help. In no more than 15 minutes, we’ll send you an exact quote for your document.
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English to Chinese Translation Services
If you own a business targeting the Chinese market or a resident in need of a translation for your applications, it can’t be denied that Chinese to English legal document translation services play an important role to the global economy. Around one billion people reside in China which makes the Chinese language the most widely-spoken language in the world. As a matter of fact, as much as 20% of people around the world speak Chinese!
So if you want your business to have a global outreach, you’ll need a highly skilled Chinese NAATI translator who understands your needs which Sydney Translations is proud to have.
Choosing the Right Chinese Translator
Several languages come under the Chinese umbrella with the Cantonese, Mandarin and Hakka as the most well-known. Mandarin holds the most popular title out of these three and is considered as China’s official language. So it is crucial that you find a Chinese NAATI translator who is capable of providing Chinese translation services to any of the three languages.
When translating English documents, you’ll have to decide whether to have your documents translated using the traditional Chinese characters or simplified Chinese characters. Take into consideration that the mainland Chinese audience uses the simplified Chinese characters while those outside of the mainland area use traditional characters.
Sydney Translations boasts of experienced Chinese translators who have are knowledgeable of the nuances of the Chinese language. When you need English to Chinese translation services, please do let us know which style you prefer.
Before you ask, yes we do have NAATI Certified Chinese Translators
Our Chinese translators are NAATI certified and capable of providing Chinese translation services that are of the highest quality. If you need your document for Australian authorities requiring a NAATI translation, don’t worry. Sydney Translations guarantees a 100% acceptance rate to all authorities that ask for a NAATI stamped document translation.
We utilise experienced and highly skilled translators who are experts at their specialisations. Once we receive your document, we match it to the best translator who has the skills to finish your document with a fast turnaround and high-quality output.
Get a free quote on our Chinese translation services in 15 minutes by only filling in your details in the online quotation form on this web page.
Chinese Document Translations Pricing
Starting at $69 per page, we offer the most affordable NAATI accredited Chinese translations in Sydney. To get an exact quote for your document, upload a copy of your content via the online translation quote, and we’ll review it before sending you a firm quote for a Chinese to English price request.
Often, we receive a high volume of standard documents for translation such as:
- Academic Transcripts
- Birth Certificates
- Marriage Certificates
- Driver’s Licence
- ID Cards
- Diploma Certificates
- And other document types
For business Chinese translation services, we provide pricings on a per word basis. Upload your document, and we’ll provide you with a free quote.
6 Interesting Facts about the Chinese Language
- There is no one Chinese language. It is simply an umbrella term that pertains to all the languages in China such as Minnan, Cantonese, Mandarin and Putonghua just to name a few.
- Mandarin has no alphabet but utilises Chinese symbols instead.
- It is possible to write the language in any direction including, right to left, left to right, or top to bottom.
- Mandarin has four tones that can make one word have four different meanings.
- A unique Roman-Chinese-Mandarin is being used in China known as Pinyin. Here, the Mandarin characters are written using the Roman alphabet and words are spelled as what they sound.
- There are more than 1000 Chinese characters used today, and every year these number keeps growing.