Life as a NAATI Accredited Chinese Translator in Australia

How busy are you with Chinese translations in Australia?

Due to their close geographical proximity and the fact that China is Australia’s largest trade partner, it’s not surprising that a lot of international businesses in Australia are after Chinese to English and English to Chinese translations. The same is true for individuals seeking Chinese translations.

More and more Chinese are looking to either migrate or study in Australia, which is a big positive for the translation industry, as most organisations require foreign identification documents to be certified by a NAATI accredited translator. As such, there is a large market for these services and competition is very strong.

Here at Translation Bound, Chinese is the language we experience the highest demand for. We obtain numerous requests daily for Chinese into English and English into Chinese translations from both individuals and business.

What are the main Chinese translations you perform for businesses in Australia?

The list goes on and on for Chinese business translations. One day we could be translating a company profile or a simple flyer, the next we could be creating a Chinese brand name for a company or transcribing a WeChat conversation for a lawyer who is trying to build a case for slander.

In Australia, the most common Chinese business translation requests we receive are for corporate branding, brochures, company profiles, contracts, financial reports, import permits, MoA’s and MoU’s, patents, questionnaires, subtitling, surveys, and transcription.

What are the main Chinese translations you perform for individuals?

In Australia, most individuals that seek out our translation services are looking to have their documents NAATI certified for official purposes. The most common Chinese into English translation requests we receive are for academic transcripts, bank statements, birth certificates, death certificates, divorce certificates, drivers licences, household register certificates, identification cards, marriage certificates, medical certificates, criminal history reports and single status certificates.

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