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As the world's second largest economy with the potential for further growth, China enjoys robust trade with the rest of the world. Any company or organisation wishing to engage with the country will require the support of a trusted translation partner to ensure that communication is accurate, efficient and smooth.


With more than 5,000 years of recorded history, the influence of Chinese culture is widespread and can be found in different countries and locations, including Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Each locale has its own unique characteristics and identity. To communicate effectively with your intended audience in each locale, you will need to work with professional translators native in the Chinese language variant particular to that locale.

At Wei.Trans.Create, we work with native translators who act as your eyes and ears in the different locales and help you bridge the linguistic and cultural gap that you may have with your customers, clients and collaborators.

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Singapore's multiethnic, multicultural and multi-religion heritage created the very conditions for its own vernacular version of spoken English - Singlish.

Whilst local Singaporeans have no problems understanding each other speaking Singlish, this is certainly not the case for non-Singaporeans, and translation is necessary to bridge the language gap.

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