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So you need a Chinese interpreter?

You may have never hired an interpreter before; or you may have neglected the importance of employing interpreters for one of your previous events; or you may have relied on some sort of magic device to facilitate communication with your business partners/colleagues who speak different languages. You may be organising a conference online because of all the current restrictions or planning a major post-lockdown event. Whatever your situation is, having an interpreting service you can count on is paramount to your success. Hiring interpreters is not a cost, but an investment to open more doors and pave the way for new opportunities.

 

My expertise lies in bi-directional interpreting between Chinese and English in a wide range of domains. I can cater to different events and different equipment needs. If you need more than Chinese interpreters, I have the capacity help take care of all your interpreting needs thanks to my wide network of interpreting colleagues. Below is a summary of different types of interpreting. Have a look and decide the best type of interpreting service for your event.

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Types of Interpreting

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Simultaneous Interpreting

The interpreter speaks into the audience's headphones simultaneously from an interpreting booth. This is an effective means of interpreting when more than 2 languages are being spoken and you're on a tight schedule.

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Consecutive Interpreting

The speaker and the interpreter take turns to speak. The interpreter takes notes while the speaker is speaking and interprets when the speaker pauses every now and again. This is the most cost-effective mode of interpreting, but more time is required.

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Remote Interpreting

Remote Interpreting, as its name suggests, is carried out remotely. It can be done either simultaneously or consecutively but requires the assistance of specialised software. This mode is ideal when attendees of an event are located in more than one location.