Working languages:
English to Chinese
German to Chinese
Chinese to English

working experiences in accounting,law&IT

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Account type Freelance translator and/or interpreter
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Services Translation, Interpreting, Editing/proofreading
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Experience Registered at Jan 2001. Certified PRO certificate(s) N/A
Credentials English to Chinese (Austrian Association of Certified Court Interpreters)
Memberships N/A
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I'm in my early thirties.I accomplished my first college education in 1987 with a diploma in accounting.I worked as an accountant for 4 years before I entered college the second time as a graduate law student majoring in economic law.Three years later I graduated from the East China Institute of Politics and Law with a master's degree in laws .Two years ago I started my career as an English translator for a local lawyer who was representing a foreign client.After that I was employed by a joint venture as a translator.The translation was for the installation of a production line imported by the company.It involved many technical materials including computer programming.I made myself familiar with the new subjects by hard working and was praised by the Americans supervising the installation as the most qualified technical translator.I also worked as an English-teaching e-zine editor for half a year.Now I'm a translator at a sino-us company.I have translating experience both in oral and in writing.With respect to legal and financial translations I think l have special advantages over those who don't have legal and accounting backgrounds. I became familiar with internet a year ago and now have a computer which is connected to the www.I'd like to work for your company as a freelance translator.

Mytranslation rate is 6 US cents per source word from english into chinese,and 12 cents for vise verse.
Keywords: laws, acconuting, news, business, banking, sports,

Profile last updated
Nov 29, 2013

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