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    Achieve Success with Our Chinese Translation Services

    With China playing such a significant role in the world economy, there is an increasing need for qualified Chinese translation services. Due to the complexity and richness of the Chinese language and culture, you need to partner with a proficient Chinese localization services provider.

    Look no further than GTE Localize if you’re seeking a skilled Chinese translation agency to help you dominate the Chinese market. We have the tools you need to thrive in China thanks to our large staff of exceptional native Chinese speakers and our extensive expertise in localizing different sorts of material into the Chinese language. Contact us immediately for a reasonable quote!

    We Offer A Variety Of Chinese Translation Solutions Tailored To Meet The Needs Of Your Business.

    GTE Localize provides a diverse range of Chinese translation solutions through their skilled native Chinese translators, who are also experts in their respective fields.

    Chinese Language Pairs We Translate

    We offer support for different Chinese language pairs.
    • English to Chinese
    • Chinese to English
    • Chinese to Vietnamese
    • Vietnamese to Chinese
    • Korean to Chinese
    • Chinese to Korean
    • Japanese to Chinese
    • Chinese to Japanese
    • Spanish to Chinese
    • Chinese to Spanish
    • French to Chinese
    • Chinese to French

    Chinese Translation Services Pricing Plans

    GTE Localize offers three types of translation services that suit different content purposes.

    Editing level
    Turnaround time
    Lifetime warranty
    Linguistic QA
    Best for
    Machine Translation with Post Editing
    (1 editor)
    Editing level
    Fix obvious grammar and punctuation.
    Turnaround time
    Lifetime warranty
    Linguistic QA
    Best for
    General business materials with medium accuracy level
    HT with Editing and Proofreading
    (1 translator + 1 editor + 1 proofreader)
    Editing level
    Fix grammar accuracy, refine style, and cultural nuances.
    Accuracy to human translation
    Turnaround time
    Lifetime warranty
    Linguistic QA
    Best for
    Marketing documents, complex content, etc.

    Our Chinese Translation Process

    To guarantee the quality of all Chinese localization services, our team follows the below optimized working process

    • Our team of consultants will carefully assess your specific requirements and devise a personalized Chinese translation solution, taking into account factors such as language pairs, content, and budget.
    2Project Confirmation
    2Project Confirmation
    • Upon your approval of our Chinese translation package, both parties will proceed with necessary administrative steps, including signing a non-disclosure agreement, contract, and deposit.
    Project Confirmation
    3Project Kick-off
    3Project Kick-off

    Our PMs will:

    • Prepare materials such as glossaries, style guides, and termbases.
    • Select the most suitable machine translation engines, CAT tools, etc.
    • Assign native translators.
    • Create a timeline.
    Project Kick-off
    • The translation process involves a native Chinese translator translating your content, followed by other native linguists who will edit and proofread the translated material.
    5Quality Assurance
    5Quality Assurance
    • We use QA tool (Xbench) to detect possible errors with 100% of projects.
    • Our linguists meticulously review the QA report, rectifying any true positive errors until only false-positive errors remain.
    Quality Assurance
    • Our team will format text and graphics to match the translated file with original file format, ensuring no font corruption, truncated text, broken link or any graphic issue.
    7In-context Review (ICR)
    7In-context Review (ICR)
    • Your translated content will be tested in the final laid-out format just like the end-user view to eliminate remaining linguistic or formatting issue, if any.
    In-context Review (ICR)
    8Final delivery
    8Final delivery
    • The final file is delivered to you and your translation memories (TM) are recorded to decrease your costs for future orders.
    Final delivery

    Chinese Translation Case Studies

    Discover how we have successfully assisted our clients in localizing their content into Chinese with our chinese translation services.

    GTE Localize - Professional Chinese Translation Company

    With a team of talented native Chinese translators and subject-matter experts, GTE Localize brings you qualified Chinese translation solutions.

    100% Native Chinese Linguists With Extensive Experience 100% Native Chinese Linguists With Extensive Experience

    All Chinese translation projects at GTE Localize are assigned to native Chinese translators who possess a minimum of 5 years of professional linguistic experience. They not only have a deep understanding of the domains they specialize in but also have worked on various types of Chinese translation content.

    Cost-saving Chinese Translation Projects Cost-saving Chinese Translation Projects

    We strive to provide translation services that offer excellent value for your investment. Our focus is on delivering the best quality translations at reasonable costs, ensuring that every dollar you spend with us is worthwhile.

    Quality Control For Projects Quality Control For Projects

    To ensure the highest quality of translations, GTE Localize has a rigorous quality control process. We actively conduct an XBench Quality Assurance (QA) round for 100% of our projects or an internal Linguistic Quality Assurance (LQA) round for high-volume projects. These additional steps are covered by GTE Localize, so you won’t incur any extra charges.

    Technology-Assisted Translation Projects Technology-Assisted Translation Projects

    We employ optimal processes and utilize advanced translation tools and platforms to deliver high-quality translations efficiently. Recognizing the value of technology in streamlining workflows, we support all CAT (Computer-Assisted Translation) Tools available in the market. Additionally, we collaborate with various localization management platforms such as Crowdin and Lokalise to provide you with continuous Chinese translation solutions.

    Important Factors To Consider When Adapting To Chinese Translation Services

    Varieties of Chinese Language: Chinese has two main varieties – Traditional Chinese (used in Hong Kong or Taiwan) and Simplified Chinese (used in Mainland China, Singapore, and Malaysia). Choosing the appropriate variety demonstrates your understanding and effort in learning the Chinese language and culture.

    • Great Firewall of China: The Great Firewall of China restricts access to numerous foreign websites. To overcome this, you may need a server in mainland China or Hong Kong or partner with local brands.
    • Baidu Search Engine: In China, Baidu is the dominant search engine, unlike Google. It’s important to optimize your online presence for Baidu to effectively reach the Chinese audience.
    • QR Codes: QR codes are widely popular in China. Incorporating them into your marketing materials or products can enhance engagement with Chinese consumers.
    • Color Symbolism: Colors hold significant meanings in Chinese culture. For example, red symbolizes wealth and luck, while white represents death. Understanding color symbolism can help you create culturally appropriate designs and visuals.
    • Bright Colors and Design: Bright colors are preferred in China and can positively impact sales. Avoid using dark palettes (black, brown, grey, etc.) in your apps or websites.
    • Text Length: Texts in Chinese are typically 20-30% shorter than their English counterparts. Consider this when designing layouts or allocating space for translations.
    • Addressing and Formality: the Chinese language uses two levels of addressing – informal and formal. Understanding the appropriate level of formality is crucial when addressing your target audience in the Chinese market.
    • Measurement Systems: Chinese people use the metric system (kilograms, meters, etc.) but also have their measurements, such as Jin. Familiarize yourself with the relevant measurement units for accurate localization.
    • Date and Time Formats: Chinese follows the year-month-day format for dates. Time can be expressed in a 24-hour or 12-hour clock with 上午 (AM) or 下午 (PM) indicators.
    • Name and Address Formats: In Chinese, the family name comes before the given name. The address format follows the pattern: country – province – city – street name.
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    What are differences between Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Mandarin & Cantonese translation?

    Traditional and Simplified Chinese Translation Services

    Mandarin Translation and Cantonese Translation Services

    Traditional and Simplified Chinese Translation Services

    Traditional and Simplified are the written forms of Chinese.

    • Character structure: Simplified Chinese characters have fewer strokes than their Traditional counterparts and therefore have simpler, less ornate structures.
    • A number of characters: Traditional uses a single character to express a word or part of a word, Simplified may represent multiple words or concepts using the same character. For example, the character 发 in Simplified Chinese equates to either 髮 (hair) or 發 (become/develop) in Traditional Chinese.
    • Vocabulary: Simplified and Traditional Chinese have some differences in word choice. For example: Happy 快乐 (Simplified), 邴 (Traditional).
    • Location: The forms of Traditional Chinese used in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau & Guangdong Province while Simplified Chinese is typically used when translating for mainland China, Singapore, Malaysia, and international organizations such as the United Nations and the World Bank.

    Mandarin Translation and Cantonese Translation Services

    Mandarin and Cantonese are the spoken forms of Chinese.

    • Tones: Mandarin consists of four major tones while Cantonese has six major tones and three additional high, mid, and low-level tones.
    • Vocabulary: There are differences in speaking even on the same word. For example, 你好 (hello) word pronounces in Cantonese is néih hou and in Mandarin is nǐ hǎo. Mandarin is the official language of China, therefore most Cantonese speakers can understand Mandarin. But not many Mandarin speakers know Cantonese.
    • Romanization Systems: It uses the Latin alphabet to spell out Chinese. Pinyin is for Mandarin and Jyutping is for Cantonese. For instance, 我喜歡學中文 (pinyin – wǒ xǐ huān xué zhōng wén) and 你叫做乜野名呀 (Jyutping – néih giu jouh mātyéh meng a?).
    • Location: Mandarin mostly is used in China, Singapore, and Taiwan. Unlike Mandarin, Cantonese is not spoken or understood throughout all of China. It is most commonly spoken in Hong Kong and Guangdong Province.

    Chinese Translation Services Q&A

    The cost of a Chinese translation project is determined by factors such as project volume (word or character count), service types (machine translation with post editing, human translation + editing, human translation + editing + proofreading), and content complexity.

    Our Chinese translation rate starts at $0.06 per word.

    Contact our consultants for a detailed quote.

    The delivery time for a Chinese translation project depends on project volume, service type, content complexity, and special requirements. Our Chinese translators can handle an average of 2,500 words per business day, with the capacity to handle urgent projects of up to 10,000 words per day.

    For precise turnaround time estimation, please contact our team.

    You can use the following resources to evaluate the quality of our translation services and experience:

    • Reach out to us to explore our portfolio of completed Chinese translation projects.
    • Take a look at the roster of clients we have worked with.
    • Feel free to request the CVs of our translators. We will be happy to provide you with the resumes of our skilled translators and editors. For further details, please get in touch with our team.
    • Schedule a complimentary Chinese translation test (up to 300 words) to assess our suitability for your upcoming Chinese projects.

    For Human Translation packages, GTE Localize provides free editing and corrections if errors are found after translation delivery, provided they are our fault. The warranty period lasts for a lifetime, starting from the date of final delivery. Report any errors to our team, and we will rectify them.

    We strict confidentiality measures for all client documents. Your information is securely stored and accessible only to project-related employees. We are also willing to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to ensure the confidentiality of your documents. All relevant personnel and linguists involved in the projects are required to sign an NDA with GTE Localize.

    We accept various payment methods including bank transfers, Alipay, WeChat Pay, Visa, PayPal, and Payoneer. Major currencies such as US Dollar, Singapore Dollar, Euro, and Yuan are accepted. If you prefer to make payments in a different currency, please contact our team for further assistance.

    GTE Localize is a professional translation company with locations in the United States, Singapore, and Vietnam. We collaborate with experienced native translators worldwide, serving clients from countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, China, Japan, Thailand, Korea, and many others.

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