BOSTON CHINESE LANGUAGE
Chinese <> English
Translation | Interpretation
Localization | Education
Expand your company's capabilities to cooperate with Chinese organizations and interact with a Chinese audience through the translation of contracts, marketing materials, documents, social media posts, press releases, and more.
Get the most efficient results out of your in-person interactions with Chinese individuals and organizations through the use of experienced translators. Our team of interpreters includes both U.S. Nationals and Chinese Nationals.
Whether you want to bring your website, software, or new product offering to customers in China, we have a team of experts that have a deep understanding of both U.S. and Chinese perspectives and will help that transition be as smooth and successful as possible.
Are you an organization looking for language training for your employees? Or are you an individual looking to build up your own skills? Either way, we have you covered. Our team of educators from both China and the U.S.A. will help you reach your goals.
Our Team Has Worked With
Our mission is clear. Minimize the language and cultural barriers that international organizations face when working within the two most influential countries on the planet. Leverage our team's international experiences and bilingual abilities to bring the best language and consultation services to our clients.
Our method is tested. We assign both a native English speaker and a native Chinese speaker to every translation project we receive. We believe it is only through a native understanding of both languages that one can truly capture the meaning and feelings intended by the original content.
Our philosophy is simple. We grow our business one relationship at a time. We work tirelessly to ensure that every single one of our clients is 100% satisfied with the services we provide.
The Dartmouth Company
“We had a requirement with a Chinese firm to review numerous real estate opportunities. Andrew’s ability to translate not only the language but also the nuances of language with a large contingent of Chinese people proved invaluable. His presence strengthened our relationship with a group with whom we ultimately found great success.”