Chinese translation services

Quality Chinese translation services - your professional documents translated quickly and accurately by expert Chinese translators.

Isarey Language Services
Isarey Language Services
Isarey Language Services
Isarey Language Services

    Over one billion people speak some variety of Chinese as their native language - about one-fifth of the world's population. Chinese is made up of a number of regional language varieties, including Mandarin, Wu, Cantonese, and Min. Mandarin is spoken in northern and south-western China, Wu Chinese is spoken around Shanghai and Cantonese is spoken in Southern China, especially in Hong Kong and Macao, and is also widely spoken by overseas Chinese communities.

    We translate all types of business documents, websites and specialist texts, such as licensing and franchise agreements, certificates and letters of intent, from Chinese into English and from English back into Mandarin, Cantonese, Wu and Min Chinese, providing a fast and efficient service at minimum cost.

    Working in partnership with individual translators based in London, Beijing and Shanghai and with a network of specialist Chinese translation companies from China, Hong King and Singapore, with expertise in sectors such as agriculture and garment manufacture, each document is translated with utmost rigour and precision.

    For a free quotation, please send us the documents you need translated by email to translations@isarey.org or submit your Chinese translation project using our online quotation form

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