In honor of the Chinese New Year, we give our most sincere thanks to our Chinese translators for their hard work and dedication in helping us connect our clients with the Chinese market through Chinese to English translation services. The Chinese Speaking Market is an important market for any company wishing to reach a wider international audience, and the importance of accurate and flawless English to Chinese and Chinese to English translation services cannot be overstated.
Our Translation Company uses native professional translators of the language, selecting Simplified or Traditional Chinese translation services according to the needs of our clients to provide an expert translation of documents, localization of websites, and other material.
We would also like to express our appreciation to our Professional Chinese Interpreters. For our Interpretation services, we offered several dialects, including Mandarin and Cantonese, to facilitate communication and comprehension, while maintaining the appropriate cultural tone.
While it is now still the Year of the Rooster, on February 16th we will enter the Year of the Dog. The Chinese New Year celebrations, also known as the Spring Festival, take many forms. Red is considered a lucky color, and money in special red envelopes is a customary gift for friends and children. Dumplings are a delicious Northern Chinese tradition, and in the Southern Chinese style, bright dragons and lions held aloft by many arms dance through streets glowing with lanterns. The festivities begin February 16th and end on March 2nd with the Spring Lantern Festival.
People born in the Year of the Dog are said to share some of their sign’s characteristics: sincerity, loyalty, and a loving nature. Traditional preparations for the upcoming year include house cleaning, buying new clothes and shoes, and getting a haircut. But don’t do any of these things during the New Year celebrations, or you may sweep away your luck. As in many cultures, wishes for health, wealth, and joy are exchanged along with gifts.
As we celebrate the good fortunes we have and share our wishes for the future, please keep in mind that some of the days of the Chinese New Year, February 15th through the 21st, are public holidays in China. Many Chinese translators will be observing the Spring Festival, which means that those who are working will be handling lots of extra work. Please plan accordingly and contact JR Language early to arrange your Chinese to English translation services. We look forward to serving your translation and localization needs for many years to come, and wish you health and prosperity during the year of the Dog!