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China is one of the world’s oldest and richest continuous cultures, over 5000 years old. China is the most populous nation in the world, with 1.4 billion people. At the heart of Chinese civilization is its rich heritage of novels, short stories, poetry, drama, and, more recently, film. They reflect the values, the struggles, the sensibility, the joys and the sorrows of this great people and often offer insights even into the most intimate feelings of people in the past or into high-level Beijing politics at the present that cannot be found anywhere else. Chinese is by far the most-spoken language on the earth. The common usage of “Chinese” usually refers to Mandarin, but other well-known dialects in North America include Cantonese, Minnan (Taiwanese), and Hakka. In addition to China, Mandarin Chinese is also spoken in the important and influential Chinese communities of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, the Philippines, and Mongolia.

In addition, China is the second largest economy in the world. China is one of largest trading partners of the United States. Many US companies do business in China and have long-term investments there. More than 1.4 billion people use it as their first language. Add the ones that one fifth of the planet speaks Chinese making it the most widely spoken first language in the world. The language and culture is very different from the rest of the world and the language itself is so complicated so that we need to. In all senses, the Chinese language is so important to ourselves as well as our industry.

Simplified Chinese VS Traditional Chinese

These are two parallel character sets that overlap to a very large extent. If you look at comparisons between the two as a beginner, you will often be scared by the seemingly huge difference. The most familiar classification distinguishes the language between Simplified and Traditional Chinese. Most people in the translation industry will tell you that Simplified Chinese applies to mainland China (and Singapore) and Traditional Chinese is used in the rest of the world. Even the Traditional Chinese used for the Hong Kong, Taiwan, and North American markets employs different terms and styles within each region.

At Navigation Trans, in addition to the customers have specific requirements need to translate into Simplified or Traditional, we will help our clients identify their target market or audience and then fine-tune the language, writing system, style and tone of the Chinese they need. Translations are carried out by Simplified or Traditional linguistic expert who have related background experience and are native speakers of the target languages to ensure the best quality of translation of one’s project content.