Working languages:
English to Chinese

Yue Edwards
Endless pursuit of perfection!

New York, United States
Local time: 02:43 EST (GMT-5)

Native in: Chinese Native in Chinese
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Account type Freelance translator and/or interpreter
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Services Translation, Interpreting, Editing/proofreading, Website localization, Subtitling
Specializes in:
AgricultureBiology (-tech,-chem,micro-)
Science (general)Medical (general)
Cinema, Film, TV, DramaFinance (general)
Marketing / Market ResearchCooking / Culinary
Preferred currency USD
KudoZ activity (PRO) Questions asked: 1
Payment methods accepted MasterCard, Discover, Visa, American Express, Wire transfer, Money order | Send a payment via ProZ*Pay
Portfolio Sample translations submitted: 2
Experience Years of experience: 13. Registered at Nov 2009. Certified PRO certificate(s) N/A
Credentials N/A
Memberships N/A
Software Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, SDL TRADOS
CV/Resume English (PDF)
I was born and grew up in China. Right after I got my Bachelor of Science (biology) degree from China Agricultural University in Beijing, I came to the United States for graduate school, and got Master of Biotechnology degree from Texas A&M University. During my study at TAMU, I helped my professor translate some research papers into Chinese, which made me realize that I was more interested in and motivated by language rather than science research. My later experience of working in a research lab and a biotechnology company also proved it. In school, I also attended socials of China-US relationship club to experience more direct language and cultural difference, in one of which I met my husband who was learning Chinese. I don't know if it is fate that we met and became a couple, but his interest in Chinese and my interest in English have inspired more flame than what usual couples have. It also inspired me to become a professional translator. I used to work as an external specialist and corporate translator in a Chinese international Education company. I also served as an interpreter whenever US agents' and universities' representatives came for business with my company. Also I have been translating movie subtitles in my spare time. I am expanding my potential to be a full-time freelance translator/interpreter.
During my study at TAMU, I also worked in medical school for research, so medical translation is also within my ability.
Besides my bio/biomedical background, I also got my business certificate from Mays Business School of TAMU, which is ranked the 31st in the country. The business areas I have studied include finance, marketing, and management.
For more information about me, please contact me directly. Thanks!
Keywords: English, 英语,英文,Chinese,中文,汉语, biology, 生物,biomedical, 生物医学,bio medicine, agricultural, 农业, biochemistry, 生物化学,生化, biotechnology,生物技术, agriculture, business, subtitling, 字幕films, 电影interpreter, interpreting, interpretation 口译

Profile last updated
Dec 10, 2013

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