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Cantonese vs. Simplified Chinese

Chinese translation: 中文繁体与中文简体

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19:11 Mar 27, 2003
Chinese to Chinese translations [PRO]
Chinese term or phrase: Cantonese vs. Simplified Chinese
I have had a document translated from English into Simplified Chinese. Now my customer wants Cantonese. I am confused because I don't know if there is really a difference between both.
Please advice.
AndaTrans
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Chinese translation:中文繁体与中文简体
Explanation:
Cantonese:中文繁体
Simplified Chinese:中文简体
can be a little different for cantonese, in charater is in traditional form but cantonese is a dialect so diction or expression varies when targeting different markets such as China's different regions using Chinese in its traditional form, in Hong Kong, Guangdong Province, or the island Taiwan
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Yubing YANG
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中文繁体与中文简体


Explanation:
Cantonese:中文繁体
Simplified Chinese:中文简体
can be a little different for cantonese, in charater is in traditional form but cantonese is a dialect so diction or expression varies when targeting different markets such as China's different regions using Chinese in its traditional form, in Hong Kong, Guangdong Province, or the island Taiwan

Yubing YANG
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