Professional Chinese Translation Services

Renaissance Translations offers fast, reliable and accurate Chinese translation services at affordable rates. With a large network of native Chinese translators, our expert team provides exceptional English to Chinese translations for a wide range of industries.

As a leading translation agency, our team can handle translation projects of any size to help expand your business in Chinese-speaking countries. Some of our satisfied global clients include HSBCHuawei, National Geographic, Thomson ReutersUniversity of SouthamptonSKY and KPMG.

Hiring Renaissance Translations as your Chinese translation agency guarantees efficient and professional Chinese translation services regardless of your project’s requirements, complexity and timeframe.

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Why Choose Renaissance

Renaissance is your go-to translation agency. Our expert team will meet your specific requirements and can provide comprehensive language translation services, consistent results and reliable service.

Excellent Quality

Our translation services are only performed by well-vetted native speakers of the target language to make sure we deliver high quality and accurate translations.

Competitive Translation Rates

Accurate translations shouldn’t come at an exorbitant cost. We pride ourselves on having competitive rates and offer several price options to suit all possible budgets.

Quick Turnaround

We understand that sometimes you need to connect with audiences fast. Therefore, we use translation tools to expedite our processes and meet quick turnarounds.

Professional Indemnity Insurance

We provide our clients with broad protection through our full professional indemnity insurance, as recommended by the Association of Translation Companies in England.

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English to Chinese Translation

English and Chinese are the two most widely spoken languages in the world. Yet despite this fact, both languages are entirely different. Firstly, English uses the Latin alphabet to form words and phrases. In comparison, Chinese uses over 50,000 unique characters! Even well-educated native speakers only know around 8,000. These differences pose clear difficulties for Chinese translators.

In addition, Chinese is a tonal language with five tones in total. As such, the meaning of each sound changes depending on the tone you use when speaking. This presents additional challenges for English to Chinese translation of video content or audio. Not only must English to Chinese translators understand the sound of the word, but also the tone it needs to be said in to convey the correct meaning. The same thing, however, can happen with Chinese to English translators.
On top of all of this comes the multiple Chinese dialects. There are seven primary dialects, but many more local forms of the language. Therefore, knowing your audience and accounting for these regional differences is vital. For this reason, trusting a professional translation agency such as Renaissance Translations is a must for all your Chinese translation services needs.

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Professional Chinese Translators

Whether your project requires a Chinese voice talent for a German equipment manufacturer’s safety video or the proofreading of an electronics technical manual for export requirements, we have the professional skills needed. Our Chinese translators are native speakers and writers versed in the terminology used in your specific industry.

Our English to Chinese translators are experts in their field with years of translation experience. Each of them has passed our online translation test before being accepted into our network. They also have at least five years of translation experience and relevant qualifications in translation.
To ensure excellent results, our project managers only use native Chinese translators when translating to Chinese. We also have a large network of Chinese to English translators, and we can work under short deadlines even for large projects.
If you need to translate your document into multiple languages, below are some more available languages:

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Areas of Expertise

As the most pervasive language in the world, the need for Chinese translations is widespread and growing. As trade with China continues to boom, the global manufacturing, business, legal and scientific communities rely on effective communications with Chinese speakers daily. Conversely, the demand for Chinese to English translators is also in great demand, as China is a dominant player in the international marketplace.

We understand the importance of accurate translations across all industries. After all, today’s marketplace is global! Businesses planning to enter the Chinese market will need high-quality Chinese translation for their websites, marketing materials, etc. Our team can translate Chinese texts within many industries, below are some of them: It is also important your Chinese to English translator is an expert in your field. This ensures they understand the terminology, tones, and nuances related to your industry. In this way, they can connect and engage with others in your field effectively, despite language barriers.

The colourful mountains of Zhangye National Geopark in Zhangye, Gansu, China. Concept of Chinese translation.

Chinese Translation Tips & Insights

Chinese translation services are what we do best! Therefore, we want to share some insights from our Chinese translators. Use these two tips with your Chinese to English translators to help guarantee a high-quality translation every time so you can connect with and grow your audience.

Know Your Audience

There are multiple different forms of the Chinese language, and the one you need depends on which geographical location you’re targeting. Therefore, you need to know who your audience is before starting any English to Chinese translation project.
If communicating with mainland China or Singapore, Simplified Chinese is used for most text. However, the translation of spoken material and audio requires the use of Mandarin. On the other hand, companies targeting people in Hong Kong need to use traditional Chinese for their written Chinese translations, yet Cantonese for all spoken words.

Consider Character Spacing

Have you ever noticed how Chinese text takes up less space than the English equivalent? The characters used in Chinese writing represent entire symbols or words, rather than singular letters in an alphabet. Therefore, the written text takes up around 30% less space than languages using the Latin alphabet.
This might not seem like an important consideration when you translate to Chinese. However, in the world of advertising and marketing, it can make the content look strange and unprofessional. Therefore, we offer full localisation services to account for these changes. This ensures the content is properly catered to your audience.

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Chinese Language Facts

  • There are more native Chinese speakers worldwide than there are of any other language – over 955 million native speakers to be precise!
  • There are five different Chinese calligraphy styles, of which the most popular form is the Seal Character style. This was developed by the Han people during the Zhou Dynasty.
  • Chinese is one of the oldest languages in the world that is still used today. The earliest record of the language dates back to the Shang Dynasty in 1600 BCE.
  • The Chinese language is tonal, thus the meaning of words changes depending on the tone used to pronounce the word. There are five different tones in total.
  • There are seven primary Chinese dialects, with Mandarin the most widely spoken version of the language. This is the type of Chinese spoken in the capital Beijing.

Popular Chinese Translation Phrases

Here you can learn some of the most popular English phrases and their Chinese translations.
Words to translate from English to Chinese Chinese Translation Chinese Transliteration
Nǐ hǎo
Good morning
Zǎoshang hǎo
Good luck
Zhù nǐ hǎo yùn
I love you
Wǒ ài nǐ
Happy birthday
Shēngrì kuàilè
Thank you
How are you?
Nǐ hǎo ma

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