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English to Chinese: Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son General field: Other Detailed field: Poetry & Literature
Source text - English I remember reading once that some fellows use language to conceal thought, but it's been my experience that a good many more use it instead of thought.
A businessman's conversation should be regulated by fewer and simpler rules than any other function of the human animal. They are:
Have something to say.
Beginning before you know what you want to say and keeping on after you have said it lands a merchant in a lawsuit or the poorhouse, and the first is a short cut to the second. I maintain a legal department here, and it costs a lot of money, but it's to keep me from going to law.
It's all right when you are calling on a girl or talking with friends after dinner to run a conversation like a Sunday-school excursion, with stops to pick flowers; but in the office your sentences should be the shortest distance possible between periods. Cut out the introduction and the peroration, and stop before you get to secondly. You've got to preach short sermons to catch sinners; and deacons won't believe they need long ones themselves. Give fools the first and women the last word. The meat's always in the middle of the sandwich. Of course, a light butter on either side of it doesn't do any harm if it's intended for a man who likes butter.
Remember, too, that it's easier to look wise than to talk wisdom. Say less than the other fellow and listen more than you talk; for when a man's listening he isn't telling on himself and he's flattering the fellow who is. Give most men a good listener and most women enough note-paper and they'll tell all they know. Money talks -- but not unless its owner has a loose tongue, and then its remarks are always offensive. Poverty talks, too, but nobody wants to hear what it has to say.
Translation - Chinese 記得在書上看過，有些人講話會言不由衷，不過根據我的經驗，說話未加思索的佔絕大多數。
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Years of translation experience: 16. Registered at ProZ.com: Apr 2009.
Full-time freelance translator, editor, and copywriter 02/2009 – Present Taiwan
• Working on various EN>ZHT projects on marketing, transcreation, economics/finance, language validation, etc.
• ePIRLS 2016 Field Test Translation Verification
• Translated more than 200K-word Training programs for multinational corporations via agencies
• Lead translator for Traditional Chinese for several world class gaming projects (300K)
• Previously worked on below English to traditional Chinese projects as the lead editor:
-zt.Delta.com (307K) over 8 months
-Chinese.megwhitman.com (246K) over 6 months
-Scotiabank‘s zh website (44K) over 5 months
-Citigroup 13K over 2 months
-zh.haiwatch.com (11K) over 1 month
• Other responsibilities for clients include test evaluating, quality assurance, brain storming, setting guidelines, etc.
• Have traveled extensively for both business and pleasure, including places in Asia, Europe, America and Africa.
BARUCH COLLEGE, Zicklin School of Business New York, NY
Master of Business Administration, December 2005, Concentration in International Marketing and Entrepreneurship, GPA: 3.4
BARUCH COLLEGE, Zicklin School of Business New York, NY
Bachelor of Business Administration with honors, May 2002, Concentration in Economics, Major GPA: 3.9
• Dean’s List • Golden Key International Honor Society
*Worked 30+ hours/wk while attending school full time for undergraduate and graduate programs
Farmers' academy, Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, ROC Taiwan
166+ hours of agricultural training, Fall 2013
Tzu Chi University, Center for Language Studies Hualien, Taiwan
Certified Chinese Teacher, May, 2010
• TRADOS 2007 & STUDIO 2009
• SDLX 9.3.7080
• Passolo 2009
• tUI System
• Clients’ customized tools
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