LX Translation has a reliable network of professional interpreters with strong backgrounds in life sciences, technology, law and other related industries. They provide both consecutive and simultaneous Chinese interpreting services.
Our linguists have the experience necessary to guarantee that your message is conveyed with the utmost accuracy, considering many varieties and dialects of spoken Chinese.
Consecutive Chinese interpreting is ideal for small-scale settings and face-to-face meetings where only two languages are being used (i.e. English and Chinese). These situations could include:
· Medical and Legal Appointments
· Court Hearings or Depositions
· One-on-one Meetings
· Small Groups such as Training Workshops
· Business Meetings
· Interviews, Press Conferences or Teleconferences.
In order for Chinese interpreters to be able to deliver high-quality consecutive interpreting services, the speaker has to express one thought at a time and pause to allow for the interpreter to orally convey (translate) speaker’s message.
Extra equipment is usually not necessary, which makes this mode of interpreting convenient and cost effective.
We are expanding our services to other language pairs covering portuguese, Spanish, Korean and Japanese, for more information please leave us a message here
For further enquiries please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Can you distinguish language translation from language interpretation?
In what may be the first ever tri-lingual TEDx talk, Laura Burian, Barry Olsen, and Miguel Garcia demonstrate the power of human cognition as they explain the subtle but important differences between professional translators and interpreters with assistance from Weihao Zhang (Chinese) and Beatriz Rodriguez (Spanish).
Language is complex, and when abstract or nuanced concepts get lost in translation, the consequences may be catastrophic.
Given the complexities of language and cultural exchange, how do these epic miscommunications not happen all the time?
Ewandro Magalhaes explains how much of the answer lies with the skill and training of interpreters to overcome language barriers. Lesson by Ewandro Magalhaes, animation by Andrew Foerster.
ACCURACY AND FIDELITY
RESPECT FOR PERSONS
MAINTAIN ROLE BOUNDARIES
Video remote interpreting (VRI) is a videotelecommunication service that uses devices such as web cameras or videophones to provide spoken language interpreting services. This is done through a remote or offsite interpreter, in order to communicate with persons with whom there is a communication barrier.
Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (Zoom) is an American communications technology company headquartered in San Jose, California.
It provides videotelephony and online chat services through a cloud-based peer-to-peer software platform and is used for teleconferencing, telecommuting, distance education, and social relatio
Cisco Webex is an American company that develops and sells web conferencing and videoconferencing applications.
It was was formed in 2007, when Cisco Systems acquired Webex Its headquarters is in Milpitas, California.
LX Translation Services Canada™
Office: 170-422 Richards St, Vancouver, BC, V6B 2Z4
Proudly serving our clients since 2019
Copyright © 2020 LX Translation Services - All Rights Reserved.
Powered by LX Translation Team