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English to Chinese: Contract General field: Law/Patents
Source text - English 4 Fees and Disbursements
4.1 Fees for Services
Unless expressly specified in the relevant purchase order (“PO”), Services and Deliverables shall be provided on a time and material basis and CLIENT agrees to pay to the Company a fee for all time worked based on the Company’s Standard Rates applicable at the time of signature of the relevant PO. Any amendment to the Standard Rates made by the Company after the date of signature of a PO shall not, however, affect the billing rates applicable to Services provided under that specific PO during the first twelve (12) months after the signature of that PO.
CLIENT shall reimburse the Company for all customary disbursements incurred by the Company in relation to the provision of the Services. Such disbursements may include but shall not be limited to travel, accommodation, lodging and out of pocket expenses.
4.3 Taxes & Duties
All sums payable under this Agreement shall be paid net, free and clear of all taxes, public fees, duties, deductions and, such possible taxes, fees, duties, deductions and withholdings to be borne by CLIENT. In the event the Company is required to pay such taxes or other payments referred to in this section 4.3, the CLIENT shall reimburse the Company.
4.4 Invoicing & Payment
The Company shall use reasonable efforts to account for all fees and disbursements incurred in connection with a PO within 20 calendar days from the end of a Working Period. All invoices shall be paid without any deduction within 30 days of the invoice date. If CLIENT fails to pay invoices within this timeframe, CLIENT shall be deemed to be in default.
English to Chinese: Advertising General field: Marketing
Source text - English A SENSE of PLACE
Nowhere else in Nha Trang Bay can you a find a setting quite like this: a quiet and pure tropical getaway with lush natural landscapes, life-giving water all around, and a stimulating cosmopolitan center nearby. With nothing separating you from nature but floor-to-ceiling glass walls, you can indulge in the peaceful surroundings or venture a few steps beyond and engage with the excitement around you.
AN ELEGANT SIMPLICITY WITH A MINIMALISM SOUL
The Bangkok-based architecture firm DWP has thought through every space to perfection – opening up the landscape with dramatically framed views. You will hardly know where your room ends and the nature begins. This connection to the location is evident everywhere, from the capacious lobby, to the glittering infinity pool, to thatched spa huts, to the verdant tropical plantings that lace the property.
The hotel comprises of 153 luxurious villas and 491 hotel comfortable guest rooms – all are opulently furnished in shades of dark wood, miele marble and warm gray. A variety of services and amenities are designed with ultimate guest comfort in mind.
Translation - Chinese 在地歸屬感
Translation - English Beyond Beauty - TAIWAN FROM ABOVE
About the Movie
“Beyond Beauty - Taiwan From Above” costs almost 100 million to produce, making it the most expensive documentary ever made in Taiwan. Chi, Po-Lin, the director, spent 400 hours in three years on a helicopter, documenting Taiwan completely in aerial photography, so that Taiwan can be seen like never before on the big screen.
The movie is narrated by Wu Nien-jen, with music recorded in Prague with Prague Symphony Orchestra and composer Ricky Ho, winner of Golden Horse award for best original film score.
Behind the Scenes
Chi has been doing aerial films for over two decades, during which, the idea of making an aerial feature film on Taiwan has slowly started to grow. In the beginning of 2009, Chi spent 3 million in savings to film Taiwan on a 30-hour trip around the island, using professional equipment rented from abroad. Then in 2009, while filming the post-typhoon scene after Typhoon Morakot hit Taiwan, Chi realized that it takes more than just static images for viewers to feel what Taiwan was really going through. Chi saw so many stories worth telling even after his first film project about Taiwan, so, he decided to borrow 30 million on purchasing the equipment to shoot Taiwan’s first aerial documentary.
Chi is a film enthusiast who has been a photographer for magazines and businesses since 1988. After 1990, he was responsible for taking aerial photos of the construction process of all major infrastructures in Taiwan, and has been documenting Taiwan’s landscape ever since.
Bachelor's degree - National Taiwan University
Years of experience: 12. Registered at ProZ.com: Dec 2013.
English to Chinese and Chinese to English Translation
Specialize in legal documents and contracts, marketing materials, technical documents, subtitle translation, economic analysis reports and website localization for local and multinational companies as well as government agencies
• Notable legal projects – terms and conditions for use of DBS Treasures Credit Card; non-disclosure agreement, end-user license agreement and other contracts for Wargaming Public Co. Ltd.; general service conditions and contracts for Gandi SAS
• Notable marketing projects – BMW 5 Series Experience Book, Porsche Cayman catalogue, Bang & Olufsen sound system brochures and the book “People’s Grand Hotel Xian” for Accor S.A.
• Notable technical projects – Honeywell UDA2182 Universal Dual Analyzer Product Manual; two-month project on the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant for Taiwan Power Company; and owner’s manuals and user guides for a wide range of products (small devices, printers, etc.)
• Additional clients include Netflix, Amazon, Johnson & Johnson, Hitachi, Rotary Foundation, Taipei City Government, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research and Carlsberg-Cottingham
• Lufthansa and Boeing press conference – launch of first Boeing 747-8 in East Asia
• CNBC's Wine Portfolio – with host Jody Ness, and the Leungs, owners of Bellavita Mall, the leading luxury shopping mall in Taipei
• Carl Zeiss product launch – with speakers including Bertram Hönlinger from Customer Support and International Sales, Camera Lens Division and Hideo Yamazaki, Division Manager, HR at Carl Zeiss Co., Ltd.
• “Design, Creativity and Culture” – a speech given at National Palace Museum by Kunihiro Uchida, Chief Designer at Toyota Motor Corp.
• “The Social Responsibility of the Domestic Enterprises and the NGOs’ Cooperation” – a seminar held by the R.O.C. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with speaker Jeff Hoffman, Vice President, Disney Worldwide Outreach at the Walt Disney Company
• “Minimizing Legal Risks in International Trade” – a speech given by Rich Schuster, Attorney-at-Law, at NTUH International Convention Center
• Various exhibitions at Taipei World Trade Center