With China's population fast approaching 1.5 billion, you're doing yourself a disservice if you're not using a Traditional Chinese translation service. If you're new to translations from English to Chinese, you should know that they're more complicated than other translation pairs. Read on to learn more about the two major Chinese languages and how they affect document translation services.
Two languages are commonly referred to as "Chinese": Mandarin and Cantonese. Both are official languages of China.
Mandarin is by far the more popular of the two. Mandarin is spoken throughout most of mainland China as well as in Singapore and Taiwan. Cantonese is a regional Chinese dialect that's recognized as a separate language. It's commonly used in the peninsula and island of Hong Kong as well as in the southeastern Chinese province of Guangdong, also known as Canton.
Some people living in Canada, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, the U.K., and the U.S. also speak Cantonese. Mandarin speakers can be found outside China as well.
Although there are some similarities between Cantonese and Mandarin, they're not similar enough for the speaker of the one to fully understand the speaker of the other.
If you wish to communicate with an audience in Hong Kong, Guangdong, or Taiwan, you'll need a Chinese translator who's an expert at using the Traditional Chinese system.
Both Hong Kong and Taiwan are big exporters. So, if your business involves trade with Asia, you'll most likely need professional translation of your English documents into Traditional Chinese.
Of course, your incoming communications will require translations from Traditional Chinese to English.
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