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Our Mandarin Document Translation Services include:
- Annual Reports Translation
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- Brochure Translation
- Business Document Translation
- Contract translation
- Corporate translation
- Employee Handbook Translation
- Employment Agreements Translation
- Financial Report Translation
- Human Resources Translation
- Instruction Manual Translation
- Legal Translation
- Letter Translation
- Medical Translation
- MSDS Translation
- Patent translation
- Policy Manual Translation
- PPT Presentation Translation
- Press Release Translation
- Product Description Translation
- PSDS Translation
- RFP translation
- Safety Manual Translation
- Safety Standards Translation
- Software Program Translation
- SOP Translation
- Technical Manual Translation
- Technical Product Translation
- Translating Company Procedures
- Translation of Health Materials
- Translation of Marketing Materials
- Translation of PowerPoint Presentations
- Translation of Surveys
- Website Translation and Localization
The Mandarin Language:
Language Overview: In everyday use Mandarin refers to Standard Chinese or Standard Mandarin, which is based on the particular Mandarin dialect spoken in Beijing. Standard Mandarin functions as the official spoken language of the People's Republic of China, the official language of the Republic of China
Regions Spoken: The official language of the Republic of China (Taiwan), and one of the four official languages of Singapore. "Chinese"?in practice Standard Mandarin?is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.
Population: 885 million (first language speakers) and a total number of speakers: 1,365,053,000
Dialects: Like all other varieties of Chinese, there is significant dispute as to whether Mandarin is a language or a dialect.
Brief History: Until the mid-20th century, most Chinese people living in southern China spoke only their local language. Beijing Mandarin became dominant during the Manchu-ruling Qing Dynasty. This situation changed with the widespread introduction of Standard Mandarin as the national language, to be used in education, the media, and formal situations in both the PRC and the ROC (but not in Hong Kong). As a result, Standard Mandarin can now be spoken intelligibly as a second language by most younger people in Mainland China and Taiwan.