Translating Chinese means big business

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Werner Maurer  Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 14:12
Spanish to English
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Chinese Aug 6, 2011

I live in Vancouver, Canada, which is 51% Asian. Some suburbs are more than half Chinese. There is tons of demand here for Chinese translation. Wish I knew Chinese!

In one area many of the street and store signs are Chinese only. I often wonder if there is "funny Chinese" about.


 


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