guangzhou interpreter

6 Top things to do in Guangzhou

Guangzhou is the third-biggest city in China, and it’s also one of most important trading city in the world. Whenever people think of China they tend to think of all the goods that have a ‘made in China’ sticker on them. Of course, there is more to China than just manufactured goods but if you … Read more

Guangzhou interpreter, translator, business assistant, tour guide

Hi there, this is James Wang saying hello to you from Guangzhou, China. For an escort translator & interpreter working primarily in Guangzhou and neighboring cities, I am interested in visiting manufacturers and suppliers on the Pearl Delta who are capable of developing new products and create new stuff for consumers at home and abroad. … Read more

Translator or Interpreter, Both Lonely Jobs

When we put up ads on the Internet to seek interpreting opportunities, we specifically place both Translator and Interpreter in the title, which means we know consciously or subconsciously that potential customers may search either term for interpreters. And true enough, more than once my clients discussed with me if there was any difference between … Read more

Suppliers or Wholesale Market?

Clients coming to Guangzhou, China, usually know where to find the supplies they need and contact their local agents or temporary interpreters only to establish contact, arrange meetings and take care of future liaison after they return home. However, it does happen sometimes that unprepared customers arrive without any concrete plan or firm idea about … Read more

Guangzhou interpreter sharing some thoughts about interpretation in China

I live near one of the biggest fabrics markets in Guangzhou, all fabrics wholesalers come here to purchase fabrics, it is called zhongda fabrics market. I once helped clients to buy fabrics there and in fact, except for one building down at the end of the street, in other buildings, they sell cheap domestic fabrics. … Read more

Guangzhou interpreter service, My experiences in interpretation in China

I think that the most difficult thing of being a good interpreter is not just about speaking good English. Speaking English well is the first step to understand our clients. However, as an experienced interpreter, I think what we need to ask our clients first before we work is about what our clients want to … Read more

Are you looking for Chinese business assistant/interpreter/sourcing agent/representative in China?

Hello this is Shirley, I have been working over than 8 years and gained quite richful experiences in business interpreting,products sourcing,quality checking,logistic handling etc which cover many different products including garment,shoes,handbags,jewelry,human hair,packaging,gift items,catering equipment,hotel supplies,construction material,furniture,electronic etc. During these past years,I have been luckily got chance to visit many different countries like Belgium,France,Germany,Amsterdam,South africa etc … Read more

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