Hongkong Chinese/Cantonese Interpreter and Translator

ChineseTransPro accepts reservation for Chinese/Catonese interpretation jobs in HongKong SAR.
Now You can find in ChineseTransPro a complete range of interpreting services throughout China to meet your needs.

 

Tell Us Your Situation

Interpreting (also referred to as interpretation, spoken translation or oral translation) can be conducted in a number of different ways, to suit different types of situations.

  • Chinese Simultaneous Interpreting
  • Chinese Whispered Simultaneous Interpreting(also known as Chuchotage)
  • Chinese Consecutive Interpreting
  • Chinese Telephone Interpreting
  • Chinese Liaison Interpreting

ChineseTransPro Interpreters

  • ChineseTransPro will select the right interpreter for you according to your specific needs.
  • ChineseTransPro will balance your interpretation situation and budget .
  • Interpreters could be native Chinese or expats living in HongKong.

 

Languages

Interpreters could be bilingual or tri-lingual, some can speak various dialects in China, which is very helpful in some cases.

Local Languages:

  • Mandarin Chinese
  • Cantonese

for foreign languages, You can find most popular languages and some rare ones too.

  • English,
  • Japanese,
  • Korean,
  • French,
  • German,
  • Italian,
  • Spanish,
  • Portuguese,
  • Indonesian….

 

Difference between Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese

The difference is very big. Most people who didn’t grow up in Guangdong and Hongkong can’t speak Cantonese.

Hongkong and Canton are both borrowed words from Cantonese.

more can be found here: Difference between Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese

 

On-site Service and Equipment Rent

You can request for on-site coordination and rent simultaneous interpretation equipment, including soundproof interpreter booths, conference discussion systems, and all related sound and audio components.

 

Ask for a Quote

Send us an email for a quote or fill in this form

Personal Details

  • Contact Name
  • Company
  • Telephone
  • Email

Engagement

  • Mode of Interpreting (e.g. consecutive)
  • Type of Interpreting (e.g. small group meeting)
  • Language (Source and Target)
  • Language specialization (e.g. engineering)
  • When and Where required
  • Specific Instructions

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