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Wednesday, April 24th, 2019

Politicians See the Power of WeChat in Federal Election, but Risk Losing their WeChat Accounts Altogether

The top political topics on English language social media are the Adani coal mine, economy, social policy, governance and the environment (Fin Review, 24 April 2019), with Bill Shorten, Scott Morrison and Pauline Hanson the top politicians mentioned, but as we heard on ABC’s AM this morning, there is a whole other social media world

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

The Definition of Good Manners – Etiquette Interpreting in Mandarin

It is Derby Day 2018, a procession of elegantly turned out ladies is descending on Melbourne’s Windsor Hotel including your writer. You would, no doubt, be thinking that this is a pre-race event, but NO! we are...

Sunday, November 18th, 2018

CHIN COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVES SECOND AWARD IN TWO DAYS — WINNER AT THE MELBOURNE AWARDS 2018

On the awards stage twice in two days, tonight in Melbourne, Chin Communications was Winner in the Melbourne Awards, the city’s highest accolade celebrating the inspirational achievements of people...

Friday, November 16th, 2018

National Excellence in Interpreting Award 2018 – Mandarin Interpreting Team Led by Professor Charles Qin Wins

Five years to the day when this Award was last presented, the Chin Communications team was the recipient. In its next outing in 2018, Chin is back on the stage. After a five...

Wednesday, May 30th, 2018

Ready for China’s Cross-Border E-commerce? Language as a Key Driver

Cross-border e-commerce is emerging as an excellent channel for Victorian businesses wanting to access the Chinese market without having to set up stores in country. As Chinese consumers seek out genuine, quality international products, the opportunities for...

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

Chinese Translation in the Food and Beverage Sector doesn’t have to be expensive.

Not doing it correctly can cost a lot, however Clean, green, natural, fresh, safe – we hear these words all the time and they continue to resonate in the Chinese market. Local Chinese ‘daigou’ (buying agents) have...

Sunday, November 27th, 2016

Anaphoras & Chinese Language in a little Corner of Country Victoria

Reunions of any type are always vexed, aren’t they! Particularly after some decades of not seeing old classmates or teachers. Will I recognise anyone? Will anyone remember  me? Will they remember …. Embarrassing memories. So it was...

Friday, May 6th, 2016

How NOT To Manage a Translation Project

After 25 years of translation work for many clients, on many subjects, there isn’t much we haven’t come across in one form or another whether it be an inscription on someone’s body, creating a translation to look...

Thursday, October 15th, 2015

From a Chinese Shopping Mall to the World:Part 1

Hi everyone, I’m back! 我回来了!ただいま! For the past five weeks, I was visiting family in Shenzhen, China and travelling in Japan expanding my language and culture skills. I drank a little bit of baijiu (“Maotai”) during a...

Saturday, September 19th, 2015

Chin Communications Scholarship for Chinese Translators

In 2012, to celebrate 20 years in the ‘translation’ business, Chin Communications established its Mandarin Translation scholarship together with Monash University. Since that time we have seen 4 laureates emerge already possessing a love of this profession....

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