Translation and Interpretation Services

W4A provides an exceptionally gifted group of professional translators. We provide both written and oral interpretation.

All of our experts were raised and educated in mainland China. We are able to secure interpreters for teams on a short term basis at a competitive cost. Our interpreters often are dual purposed, covering not only formal and personalized interpretation services but overseeing travel and incidental details important for successful projects.

We provide written translation for our clients. Our services range from smaller educational booklets to books of over 250 pages. Clients depend upon W4A to do more than rote translation. For products or speeches to be compelling and effective they must be contextualized for the mainland audience. Word choices are vital. Use the wrong word and relationships may be damaged.

Once written translation work is done W4A will work with design and layout to assure a genuine Chinese appearance. W4A is often requested to secure legal permits for publication once books are translated.

Word4Asia is able to provide translators who specialize in religious and theological terms. This rare but important space has proven invaluable to numerous clients. Wisely traversing cultural, linguistic and political landscape is vital for widespread acceptance.

No matter the quality of your products, services or skills they will not be received unless what your organization is offering is communicated in an expert manner. Many China experts agree you cannot invest too much money when securing a qualified translator/interpreter. It may be the smartest money you spend.
For rates please contact our office.

 

 

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