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Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

China: Will it be our Saviour?

By Kate Ritchie We’ve been fielding calls in the last fortnight from well-heeled and struggling Chinese businesspeople in Australia who are wanting to help Australia fight the coronavirus, whether it be to manufacture or import protective equipment or to set up community aid organisations. These individuals have been the beneficiaries of migration to Australia, and

Friday, March 6th, 2020

How to Strengthen Chinese Relationships During the Coronavirus Epidemic

By Kate Ritchie Many of our colleagues and clients have been asking us about the best action to take for their Chinese friends and stakeholders during this coronavirus epidemic, so that they can remain in contact and...

Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

Sliding Doors and Invisibility Cloaks, Translators Emerge on Centre Stage, by Charles Qin OAM

On the awards stage again recently got me thinking about sliding door moments. What and where would I be, had I remained in China 30 years ago? Being nominated for another award and to be a finalist...

Tuesday, October 29th, 2019

CHIN COMMUNICATIONS AND TRANSLATION ON THE AWARD LIST AGAIN

ETHNIC BUSINESS AWARDS SMALL BUSINESS FINALIST, 2019 On the awards stage again – this time in Sydney – Chin Communications has achieved another accolade as Finalist for...

Thursday, October 24th, 2019

Now for the Good News on China – Belt and Road and Strong Relationships with Australia

We’ve heard it in the news again as Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has signed a further agreement this week in China to deepen cooperation between Victoria and China in the key areas of infrastructure, innovation, ageing and...

Friday, March 22nd, 2019

Why is intercultural communication important in a globalised world

In an increasingly globalised world today, to get the language and culture right when doing marketing communications to a foreign country seems a widely adopted idea for brands. However, although the former has become easier — thanks...

Monday, January 7th, 2019

Mandarin Interpreting Stars in China (and Australia) — “Success can Hinge on a Choice of Words”

A client visited us this week confused about China’s requirements for her consulting and potentially a large contract to deliver services in China. It turns out that communications had been hampered by poor translation.  She had been...

Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

Better Chinese Translations, Chinese Guides, and Authentic Experiences for Chinese Tourists – Sound Familiar?

Imagine the problem of having 4 x your entire population added each year in tourists. Sounds great! But think about the infrastructure and needs of those tourists.  Well it’s going to get even bigger for Croatia, which...

Friday, October 19th, 2018

Trump Targets Chinese Students

With all the news around trade wars and North Korean diplomacy, the recent announcement that Trump was cutting certain Chinese student visas was lost. Chinese students studying in US high-tech – science and technology areas – were...

Tuesday, July 24th, 2018

Historic Anniversaries Reinforce China-Australia Longevity – Recent Rhetoric Informs need for Open Communications

By Kate Ritchie Forty years ago this year China started its remarkable Opening Up under Deng Xiaoping. What a ride we have borne witness to. There will never be another like it. Australia has been a remarkable...

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