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Shannon Scott gained his first degree in Chinese from the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, in 1997, and graduated again in 2003 with a second degree in Geography. He spent two of the intervening years in China, where he translated documents for numerous NGOs in the environmental, development and health fields, as well as completing a stint as a financial news editor for an international media organisation. He currently manages the University of Canterburys International Training Programme, based in the university's Centre for Continuing Education.
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» A Journey into Chinese-English Environmental Translation
By Shannon Scott | Published 06/3/2005 | Science Translation | Recommendation:
This article presents some of the author's small journeys into tracking down English translations for Chinese words and phrases in the environmental field. The range of topics covers geomorphology (the study of landforms), climatology, and general environmental terminology.
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