Facts About International Translation Day

onSeptember 30, 2017

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International Translation Day

It’s international translation day on 30th September every year. Its first year was in 1953. It was established by a federation called the International Federation of Translators. It gives a chance to celebrate the achievements of translators’ work around the world making it appear small by breaking down language barriers and allowing literature in any language to be shared amongst ... View More

April Fool’s Day Teases Translators

onApril 6, 2016

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April Fool’s Day Teases Translators

Translation services employees in the U.S. probably had a double take when they learned that a U.S. city had introduced emoji translation last week. For those readers who haven’t a clue what emojis are and think that maybe emoji is a spoken language, they are actually the emoticons that are often used to accentuate an idea or comment ... View More

Translation Costs rise at MidCentral District Health Board in New Zealand

onFebruary 10, 2016

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Rise in Translation Costs
It is interesting to note that while some professional translation services are worrying themselves over the volume of work they may see in the future with the rise in machine translations the demand for translation services in New Zealand in some places has risen threefold and is costing institutions like the ... View More