|Chinese to English: Translation of passage from Tai Chi motion Research Essay|
General field: Science
Detailed field: Medical: Health Care
|Source text - Chinese|
|Translation - English|
Faced with such an “internal” sport, historical descriptions of what is “internal motion”, “internal power”, how to “accumulate internally, exert externally” often remain at a perceptual or ambiguous state, due to limitations of theoretical knowledge and serious lag in research work. To this end, I have incorporated modern kinesiology theories, combined with many years of Tai Chi comprehension and research; and through multiple disciplines, especially with the cooperation of kinesiology experts, to propose a kinesiological definition to the concept of “internal motion” based on the foundation of a series of scientific experiments, analyses and research. I have also attempted to use qualitative and quantitative mechanism research of “internal motion” as an entry point to further reveal the rules and features of Tai Chi motion. In my view, providing traditional Tai Chi theories with clear scientific definitions is the only way for these theories to enter communication platforms with other modern scientific theories, thus establishing scientific theoretical and practice systems for Tai Chi.
|English to Chinese: Passage from instructions on WSIB Claim|
General field: Law/Patents
Detailed field: Law (general)
|Source text - English|
Your responsibilities, if you were to further pursue your WSIB claim, would simply include attending the psychologist appointment that you were contacted about on March 30 (to determine if your injury has psychologically affected you), and preparing for and attending either one or two hearings. We would argue that due to your physical injuries, and any potential psychological problems you may have that stem from your workplace injury, you are no longer able to work. If we were to succeed with this claim, you would receive some level of permanent financial benefits until retirement age. The next step in the process would be an oral or written hearing with an Appeals Resolution Officer (ARO). If you did not succeed at. that level, you could then app to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT), where there would be hearing in person. For both of these potential hearings, we would require you to come into our office once or twice prior to the hearing to prepare, and to, of course, attend the hearings themselves.
|Translation - Chinese|