Chinese Delegation Interpreting Services

We make business communication in another language easy and safe for you.

Acting as a bridge between speakers since 1992

Helping companies and organisations overcome language barriers delivering effective communication with their Chinese clients, stakeholders and customers.


Our certified interpreters will ensure your meetings go well

Successful executives, managers, and coordinators never leave anything to chance. They pay attention to detail and understand that poor communication can result in bad outcomes. That is why they trust the skills of our in-house Chinese interpreters, who are experts in a wide range of industries, such as law, government, education, agribusiness, investment, and health.

If you need a certified or NAATI Level 5 interpreter, don’t look any further. Our team is ready to book an interpreter for your meeting.

Our NAATI Level 5 Interpreting Makes Us the Leaders
We take pride in being the only company with a NAATI Level 5 Mandarin interpreter on staff. Having this level of expertise in-house sets us apart from our competitors and demonstrates our commitment to training our team to deliver exceptional results to our clients.

NAATI Certified Interpreters
Quality and professionalism are important to us. That’s why all of our Chinese interpreters are NAATI certified, reinforcing their expertise and commitment and confidentiality in providing the highest level of service.

We look forward to the opportunity to work with you.

The importance of having the right interpreter beside you

The outcome of a business meeting can be greatly influenced by the competency of your Mandarin interpreter. This is because you are totally reliant on your interpreter and will make decisions based on their words and correct and complete interpretation. A good business interpreter helps people communicate and builds trust, making it easier for both sides to agree or negotiate effectively.

Why Using a Professional Interpreter Is Always a Good Idea
We worked with a company struggling to gain cooperation from its Chinese partners. After discussing the details, we discovered that the client had asked their Chinese employee to interpret at their meetings. While the employee spoke Mandarin, their heavy Cantonese accent made it difficult for the China side to understand. This meant that the meetings were not as productive, resulting in challenging experiences and time wasted for everyone involved. The situation highlights the importance of choosing a certified and professionally trained Chinese interpreter who has native proficiency in the right dialect, for example Mandarin or Cantonese to ensure clear lines of communication.

A qualified and independent Chinese interpreter, without a doubt, will save you time and money and protect your interests.

Good interpreters usually have a diary of activities, so if you want a top interpreter book in early. Of course, we often get last minute urgent requests and we will do our best to help – always.

First of all choose someone qualified with suitable experience. You can seek recommendations. If, during the interpreting, you notice things are not going to plan, for example: long answers translated in a few words; short answers elongated; funny looks or questions, it might indicate a problem with the interpreting. Maybe take a break and check with the interpreter what is going on. For best results, good preparation before the event such as a briefing, name list and materials and an interpreter who takes notes will help deliver a professional result.

First of all preparation. Interpreters need to spend some advance time familiarising with the activity, subject matter and purpose – so always supply them with the required background and presentations or notes. Secondly, speakers need to speak and then pause to let the interpreter cut in and out. Interpreters should be able to use a note pad to take shorthand and then read it back (in the other language). Thirdly, if a microphone is used make sure the interpreter has one too (on a stand). It is hard to take notes and hold a mic.


With over 30 years of experience you know you’re in safe hands

If you are engaging with Chinese speakers, it is always advisable to hire a Chinese interpreter. The Chinese may appear to speak English or have their own interpreter, but can you trust them? That’s why we offer our team of NAATI-certified interpreters to ensure clear and accurate interpreting. We are by your side and ready to help you, including situations like:

  • Interpreter for a parent-teacher meeting in Chinese,
  • Mandarin interpreter for a legal meeting and court hearing, or
  • A team of simultaneous interpreters for your conference.

Talk to our friendly Australian-based Mandarin Interpreters and provide them with your details, date, time, location and purpose for your meeting. Call us today to learn more about how we can help you communicate with people who speak Chinese.

Working with us is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Step 1

First, talk to our local Chinese Interpreters on
1300 792 446.

Step 2

Send us your meeting details and we'll prepare a quote.

Step 3

We'll keep in touch and ensure you have a well-prepared interpreter at your meeting.


“You have supported us every step of the way. CHIN is the best of the best.”

— La Trobe Financial


Got a question? We’d love to hear from you


Level 4, 221 Queen Street, Melbourne 3000
GPO Box 2231, Melbourne 3001

P. 1300 792 446
F. 03 9670 0766

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