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To develop this good habit when you are travelling abroad

Hi everyone! Do you know how important a small receipt is? Today I gonna tell you guys a story of ...
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Wie viele deutsche Dolmetscher hier?

Guten Tag Leuten! Ich bin Anfänger hier. Früher habe ich keine solchen Erfahrungen als Dolmetscher oder Übersetzer, weshalb ich hier ...
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To be a professional translator/interpreter What you shouldn’t do to your client

As an international trading business lady, I met many foreigners both at work and on holiday. Recently, one of my ...
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Travelling to More Than One City?

I've heard from customers a lot that they are travelling to more than one city and want a suggestion from ...
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Cultural Shock Shocks in Many Ways

Clients come from every corner of the world and each with his/her unique cultural background. Generally we know a little ...
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Travel between the airport and downtown is much easier than before. In the past, local people took the shuttle bus to...
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Sometimes phone calls reach me from new clients, telling me they are in Guangzhou and need intepreting services. I...
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I know very less about the evaluation of ‘good supplier’ on Alibaba, but i believe, generally speaking, those are good suppliers if they can provide excellent products or services with competitive pricing, with rather good servicing manner … it’s the same everywhere …

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Thank you for sharing this platform for us. it’s a perfect bridge for people looking for translator and translator looking for work.

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Interpreting is a practical skill, not fancy high-tech. We can follow the saying: practice makes perfect. However, no house can be built on the beach. Interpreting skill also needs a firm foundation. For school students, the emphasis may not be on interpreting practice, but on reading enough, listening enough and repeating enough. Here I intentionally avoid the term of speaking. Before we are sufficiently familiar with the language, that is, our eye sees no exotic words, our ear hears no Greek, our tongue does not twister at English, and more importantly, our  mind no longer dwells on CHINESE, speaking is out of the question. As the Chinese saying goes: a brook without a source, and a tree without a root. Ok, back to the point: my suggestion is, listen to standard English radio for 2 hours a day, and read 2 novels a week in the library, and read anything in English as much time as possible in the open air. And, if it’s possible, repeat to fellow students or friends whatever you have read, listened or seen in English. It’s much better than the so-called Practice Speaking.

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Good suppliers provide good products and services and, more importantly are willing and able to understand the requirements of their customers. When a customer is frustrated at the poor communication with the supplier and cannot get himself understood, he will surely shy away from you. Good communicative skills, a basic understanding of the cultural background of the customer and a willingness to serve are necessary attributes of a good supplier.

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The more you read, the more you speak and learn, the better your interpreting skills are. As well as you need to get more experience.

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This is a very good platform to find an interpreter.

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If you might need translator in Huizhou city which is around 2 hours away from Shenzhen, please dont hesitate to contact me.

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1. Made in China
2. Global sources

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1, Make sure the store is VIP registered of the website you are browsing.(B2B)

2,Find company website which includes its address, office phone number,email etc.(B2C is not included)

3,Shop on a trustable and well-known site which has third party guarantee like Alibaba or made-in-china,Amazon,Aliexpress etc.

4,Try to shop somewhere your friends or families have done before, if it’s large quantity, try small order after a few months chat.

 

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You can try to visit some fairs or whole sale markets in China first. Important fairs in China like Canton Fair in Guangzhou and Yiwu Commodities Fair, or whole sale markets like Guangzhou Baima Clothing Wholesale Market and Yiwu international commodities market will be a good start.

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