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English to Chinese: Governance Overview Detailed field: Government / Politics
Source text - English Welcome to all representatives of the governance groups!
Role of the Group
The formation of the new local and Yarra wide governance groups brings with it exciting opportunities for the Yarra community. Through collaborative relationships the group will work to address priority issues of Yarra Housing estates.
The Local Governance Group representatives will work to consult with the entire estate community, raise priority and emerging issues, work with key stakeholders on strategies to address issues, and then communicate key information and actions back to the estate community.
The group will develop and work on the annual community plan which addresses the priority issues, including safety and security, housing maintenance and service, training and employment and other activities on and around the estate.
The group will also focus on building relationships with all levels of government and other local agencies and other key stakeholders. It will support Place Management teams and the Yarra Wide Public Housing resident model.
The Next Steps
The first local meetings will occur at the following times:
Fitzroy 6th September 4-6pm 125 Napier St
Richmond 8th September 5-7pm 112 Elizabeth St Housing Office
Collingwood 2th September 4-6pm 229 Hoddle St Housing Office
In these meetings key discussions will commence.
The discussion will be on topics such as:
Name of the Group?
Process for electing a chairperson?
Incorporation Vs other governance models?
Other stakeholders to involve?
How will the three representatives for the Yarra Wide Group be selected?
Looking at the community Plan
Frequency & venue of meetings
Chinese to English: Contract of Employment (Extract) General field: Law/Patents
Source text - Chinese (四）乙方违纪的处理：
Translation - English IV. Non-Compliance by Party B:
1. Party A has the right to deal with the non-compliance of the workplace disciplines in this contract and other mistakes by Party B not enumerated here. These will include written warning, cancellation of employment contract and so on.
2. In the case Party B makes any of the following mistakes whiling working for Party A or the host employer, or finds itself in any of the following situations, Party A can be immediately released from the employment contract with Party B without any compensation: Party A is entitled to claim against Party B if Party B’s conduct has caused Party A and the host employer financial loss.
(1) Party B in situations stipulated in section 25 of the Labour Act of the People’s Republic of China or in section 39 of the Employment Contract Act of the People's Republic of China;
(2) receiving a written warning for breaching workplace regulations, and then committing a second breach that deserves a written warning;
(3) being sent back by the host employer due to breach of regulations of the host employer;
(4) breaching agreements such as those about training or confidentiality signed with Party A or the host employer;
(5) serious conducts of dereliction or corruption, that has caused Party A or the host employer financial loss above RMB 1,000 Yuan, or seriously harmed the reputations of Party A and the host employer;
(6) engaging in fighting, affray, violence, creating disturbances, theft, fraud, forgery, intimidation, humiliation, defamation, disruption of workplace, sexual harassment, binge drinking, drug taking, gambling, intentional damage or embezzlement of properties belonging to the host employer or FESCO, and other illegal behaviours or conducts contrary to social morality and good public order;
(7) refusing normal work tasks allocated by Party A or the host employer;
(8) disrupting the normal order of work place of Party A or the host employer;
(9) actions taken by Party B that have landed it in administrative detainment, or re-education through labour, or violation of the Criminal Code without criminal punishments;
(10) Party B being absent for a cumulated three or more days during its ongoing employment relationship with Party A;
(11) Party B has been served a written warning due to coming to work late, leaving early or absenteeism, and reoffends;
(12) Party B engages in the following conducts that have seriously impacted on the work of Party A and the host employer:
a. The worker engages in work not allocated by Party A or the host employer during working hours;
b. Party B engages in activities that are in conflict with the interest of the host employer or Party A;
c. Party B engages in its own or other people’s company or business that is in the same field as that of the host employer and Party A.
(13) When the worker finishes work at the host employer, the worker refuses to hand over its work; or the worker does not complete handover according to the requirements of the host employer, including but not limited to not returning all host documents and properties;
(14)Party B commits other serious faults.
Chinese to English: Effectiveness & Cost-Benefit of Influenza vaccine on Elderly Population in Beijing General field: Medical Detailed field: Medical (general)
Source text - Chinese 流行性感冒（流感）是由流感病毒引起的上呼吸道传染性疾病，其发病率、死亡例数以及给个人和社会带来的经济损失始终列于各传染病之首。，。流感疫苗接种是预防和控制流感的最有效方法，同时也降低了由流感及其并发症导致的医疗费用和劳动生产力损失"。因此世界卫生组织推荐流感疫苗每年应优先使用于65岁以上的老年人及其他高危人群"。接种流感疫苗可减少流感严重并发症或因流感加重其他疾病而导致的死亡率，并能够减少直接医疗费用"、为此，我们于2003年10月至2004年5月在北京地区部分老年人群中开展了流感疫苗接种后效果评价和成本效益分析研究。
Translation - English Study on the Effectiveness and Cost-Benefit of Influenza Vaccine on Elderly Population in Beijing
Please refer to the Chinese original for the Abstract.
Influenza (flu in short) is an infectious upper respiratory illness caused by influenza virus, with the highest number of incidence and deaths and largest economic loss to individuals and societies among all infectious diseases (1). Vaccination is the most effective measure for influenza prevention and management in addition to reduction of medical expenses and productivity loss caused by flu and relevant complications (2). Therefore the World Health Organization recommends annual priority flu vaccination for people over 65 and other high risk groups (3). Flu vaccination can reduce death rates caused by related serious complications and other illnesses exacerbated by flu as well as direct medical expenses (4). We therefore carried out post inoculation evaluation and cost benefit analysis for some elderly in Beijing between October 2003 and May 2004.
Target & Methodology
1. Target of Study: The target of the study is elderly people over 60 in the two districts of Chaoyang and Xuanwu in Beijing. The vaccination group is made up of people aged 60 and over who have received flu vaccination. People in the control group are randomly selected from the community who have not been vaccinated from similar age, gender and health demographics to the vaccination group, excluding people vaccinated within the past one year and those who declined the survey and follow ups. A total number of 1192 people are selected with 590 for the trial group and 602 for the control group.
1) The methodology has been used in epidemiological trials and studies. Both the trial and control groups take part in the baseline demographic study which includes gender, age, occupation, medical history, vaccination details within the past one year, current conditions of respiratory and circulatory systems, the brain and other chronic diseases. Follow up surveys are carried out for the two groups at the same time, one, three and six months after the vaccination. The questionnaire used in the follow ups includes questions related to incidence of Influenza like Illness (ILI) and complications caused by ILI, number of clinic visits, days of hospital stay, medical expenses and work hour loss resulting from such illnesses.
2) Diagnosis standard and formulas:
A. ILI: National Influenza Diagnosis and Treatment Standard is applied (GB15944-1995): ILI is defined as sudden onset of high temperature during epidemic season (armpit temperature of 38 degrees Celsius and above) with two of the following accompanying symptoms including chills, weakness and fatigue, headache, muscle aches or joint aches, coughs, sore throat, stuffy nose, and redness and swelling of the nasopharynx area.
B. Inoculation Cost: Inoculation Cost =Direct Cost (Vaccination Cost Injection Cost) Indirect Cost (Transport Expense Medical Expenses Related to Adverse Reactions).
C. Inoculation Benefit: Inoculation Benefit = Direct Benefit (Reduction of Flu Diagnosis & Treatment Expenses after Vaccination Reduction of Chronic Disease Diagnosis & Treatment Expenses after Vaccination) Indirect Benefit (Reduction of Number of Carers after Vaccination X Days of Care X Wage Per Carer Per Day); that is, Benefit of Vaccination = Per Capita Cost of the Control Group (Direct Cost Indirect Cost) - Per Capita Cost of the Vaccination Group (Direct Cost Indirect Cost) (according to figures published by Beijing Municipal Bureau of Labour & Social Security in 2003, the average daily wage of a Beijing resident is 95.78 Yuan).
D. Benefit Cost Ratio: Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) = Benefit of Vaccination (B) /Cost of Vaccination (C).
Graduate diploma - RMIT
Years of experience: 16. Registered at ProZ.com: Sep 2010.
I grew up in Guangzhou, Southern China and went to Singapore to complete her Bachelor of Economics & Sociology, on a scholarship sponsored by Singapore Press Holding. I graduated with a Bachelor Degree of Economics & Sociology from the National University of Singapore in 1998 and started working as a news journalist for Lianhe Zaobao, Singapore's largest Chinese daily newspaper at that time.
I moved to Melbourne in 2004 and studied at RMIT and graduated as an accredited NAATI Level 3 Translator and Interpreter in 2005. I am a current member of Australian Institute of Translators & Interpreters.
*NAATI (National Accreditation Authority of Translators & Interpreters) Level 3 Accreditations for the following:
Translation: English <> Chinese
* Advanced Diploma of Translation & Interpreting from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
* Advanced Diploma of Education from National Technological University of Singapore
* Bachelor of Arts & Social Science (Economics & Sociology)
On the Job Training
* Trados Short Course (Monash University)
* Medical Terminology Course (The Medical Register of Australia)
* Regular Workshops in Royal Children's Hospital (Australian Association of Hospital Interpreters & Translators, AAHIT)
* Interpreting in the Health Field Workshop (NAATI)
* Note Taking & Memory Skills for Consecutive Interpreting Workshop (NAATI)
* Translator Ethics Workshop (AUSIT)
* Introduction to Court Interpreting Workshop (AUSIT)
* Other Regular Ausit Workshops (AUSIT)
* Webinars by The eCPD Webinars team www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk
* IntelliWebsearch Training: Optimal Internet Search Techniques for Translators (Michael Farrell)
* InDesign Short Course (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, RMIT)
* Dreamweaver Short Course (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, RMIT)
* Annual Symposium, Interpreting & Translation Research Group, University of West Sydney