Chinese Website Translation Services

Want to drive Chinese traffic to your website? The first step is to create a Chinese website that "speaks" to the right audience

A quarter of a century translating Australian websites

Helping Australian brands and businesses of all sizes succeed in Australia and internationally by translating their websites to Chinese and other languages.


Making websites accessible to Chinese audiences

So, you’ve got your product or service offering to the China market up and running. And now it’s time to launch to the world – well the Chinese world that is – over 1 billion mobile subscribers. If you are selling to a Chinese market, they will want to check you out – that means having a Chinese website to build credibility and trust.

The site should be designed for mobile first as most Chinese will access information on mobile. It must be developed with your Chinese audience front of mind.

We’re here to help. Our expert, reliable web translators, copywriters, and even hosting services are ready to deploy and deliver a Chinese website to meet your audience’s expectations.

Trust Us to Deliver Results Fast
We have a team that is always on standby, available 24/7 to assist with any urgent Chinese translation project. We understand the importance of speed and will always accommodate your needs, whether it’s over the phone, online, or in person.

We Are a Team Proudly Based in Australia
Our Chinese translators, Mandarin interpreters and project managers are based in Australia and have been since 1992. Get the Chinese translation support that brands know and trust.

We look forward to the opportunity to work with you.

Increase engagement through your translated website

Your Chinese audience will want to check you out. Having a translated website underlines credibility and will boost Chinese traffic, engagement, and overall queries and sales. Your Chinese readers will find it easy to interact and consume if the content is in well-written Chinese. This also demonstrates your respect and dedication to serving them, as does:

  • Cultural Awareness: A Chinese website shows that a business respects Chinese culture and language, and starts to cement your relationship with Chinese consumers.
  • Investing in the Market: The time and money it takes to translate and maintain a Chinese website demonstrates that a business is committed to serving the Chinese market for the long term. Customers will also recommend to others and start to generate sales.
  • Preferred Channel: Consider the power of Chinese social media channels as an important pillar in your Chinese journey.

Get a translation that’s tailored to your needs, not just a clunky word-for-word translation.

Yes, that is what we recommend. We will take a thorough look at your English site and discuss what your China plans are. It may not be necessary to translate the entire site, but to know what is relevant and what isn’t. That can save you time and money. We are always happy to have a discussion about such a project to ensure the best outcome for your budget.

No. This is not recommended. The quality and accuracy is poor and you can’t control the messaging and style. You would be better not to have any translation at all.

If you use InDesign or Canva, we can take your file and turn it into Chinese. We’d like to have a chat first about your purpose and target audience, so that our translation meets their needs. If you don’t have a brochure, we would be happy to discuss designing one for you.


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

We believe that Chinese translation and interpreting services should be made to fit your needs. Every Chinese language project is different. Whether you need to:

  • Translate or host your e-commerce website,
  • Promote a professional service online in Chinese, or
  • Translate a set of targetted Chinese landing pages.

That’s why we focus on understanding your goals and what you plans are. It’s important to know your deadline and who you’re writing for, whether you need Simplified or Traditional Chinese, or if it’s for Australian Chinese, Mainland China, Hong Kong, or Taiwan. Our experts will take all of this into consideration before starting the translation.

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

Step 1

First, talk to our friendly local Australian translators and web experts.

Step 2

Send us your proposed content and design brief, and we'll prepare a quote.

Step 3

We'll keep in touch with you throughout the project and deliver by your deadline.


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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