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Chinese translation services by experienced and professional Chinese translators. All of our Chinese translators are certified Chinese natives who translate into their native language. Our Chinese translation team's mission is to make your job easier by providing the highest quality Chinese translations for you at the most competitive prices.

Starlangs offers a wide range of services in Chinese translations such as business, financial, government, NGO, software, IT, literature, legal, medical, technical, scientific, and website translations.

About the Chinese Language

Family of languages comprising one of the two branches of Sino-Tibetan. They are spoken by about 95% of the inhabitants of China and by many communities of Chinese immigrants elsewhere. Linguists regard the major dialect groups of Chinese as distinct languages, though because all Chinese write with a common system of ideograms, or characters, and share Classical Chinese as a heritage, traditionally all varieties of Chinese are regarded as dialects. There is a primary division in Chinese languages between the so-called Mandarin dialects — which have a high degree of mutual intelligibility and cover all of the Chinese speech area north of the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) and west of Hunan and Guangdong provinces — and a number of other dialect groups concentrated in southeastern China. Far more people — more than 885 million — speak a variety of Mandarin Chinese as a first language than any other language in the world. The northern Mandarin dialect of Beijing is the basis for Modern Standard Chinese, a spoken norm that serves as a supradialectal lingua franca. Important dialect groups other than Mandarin are Wu (spoken in Shanghai), Gan, Xiang, Min (spoken in Fujian and Taiwan), Yue (including Cantonese, spoken in Guangzhou [Canton] and Hong Kong), and Kejia (Hakka), spoken by the Hakka. The modern Chinese languages are tone languages, the number of tones varying from four in Modern Standard Chinese to nine in some dialects.

 

 
 
05.20.07 StarLangs globalized translation service launched - with its hundreds of professional certified translators around all
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10.15.06 We opened our office in Bejing and started to provide higher quality and more competive Chinese translation
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