Language-Chinese: Found 5 available freelancers (from $ 30 to 70 per hour)
Our Language-Chinese contractors mostly focus on Mandarin and Cantonese translation for business with China, Hongkong, Taiwan or even within the Chinese community within Australia. They also provide interpreting, editing and proofreading for this east Asian language. Many of them are native speakers. They often focus on a specific industry area.
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Professional background: Undertaking BCom/LLB at University of Queensland. Freelance English tutor for Chinese students undertaking TOEFL and IELTs tests, freelance translator. Self-employed since 2006.
Miscellaneous: Available for teleworking 24/7, available for on-site work 3 days per week and all holidays.
Professional background: October 2005 until present: Freelance translator. March 2003 until May 2005: Project manager in CCJK Technologies, Shenzhen PRC. November 2001 until February 2003: Chief translator and editor in Runhua Translation, P.R.C. September 1998 until March 2001: Part-time translator at J & J international, Australia. April 1995 until February 1998: Full time English teacher in Liaoning University, P.R.C. Large number of various projects in the past 5 years.
Miscellaneous: Motto: Reliable, efficient, able to work under pressure and tight deadline, very responsible, responsive and quality-oriented.
Professional background: Master Degree of MBA, Bachelor Degree of Foreign Trade (English). 20 years of experience in business industry. Interpreter and translator for several international companies such as HP, NSI. Self-employed since 2009.
Miscellaneous: Interpretation service available on Tuesday and Thursday only. Online translation service available 24/7. • Show work sample (pdf).
Professional background: Master of Translating and Interpreting - RMIT University. Volunteer interpreter and translator - 2007 - present. NAATI Accredited Translator and Interpreter between English and Chinese, both directions - 2015. Self-employed since 2015.
Miscellaneous: No service, where accreditation is required.
Professional background: Degree of chemical engineering. Professional Chinese education in China and also adapting professional English in Australia. Strong customer service experience when I was working in a market research company. Involved with translations of some projects such as Fedex and Roche pharmaceutical. Self-employed since 2009.