ProZ.com Translation Contest. Proposing source texts in Japanese.
Thread poster: RominaZ

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Apr 17, 2008

Dear All,

As you may already know, I'm in charge of the overall organization of ProZ.com Translation Contests. Participation has been increasing significantly and we are working to see as many language combinations as possible represented in the future.

All source texts used in contests are proposed by the community. We look forward to presenting a source text in Japanese next time around.

If you are interested in proposing a source text in Japanese for a future contest, please contact me at romina at proz.com. I'll send you the guidelines for selecting a suitable source text and a list of upcoming themes.

Please note that if you submit the text, you will not be able to submit an entry for that text.

You can find more information about contests here http://www.proz.com/?sp=contests&sp_mode=faqs


Thanks for your help.

Regards,
Romina
ProZ.com staff


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