Professional Chinese Translation Services

Don’t miss out on the chance to deliver your message to nearly 1.5 billion people! We help you deliver your content fast, efficiently, and at a lower price, with our professional Chinese translation services.

Professional Chinese Translation Services
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Translate Documents from English to Chinese and Chinese to English easier than ever before

Taia is a modern online translation solution that takes care of all your translation needs.

Ordering localization services has never been simpler. With our fast and super-intuitive translation platform, you are always in control.


Meet our Chinese Translators

With Chinese being one of the most complex languages in the world, we make an extra effort to ensure that our translators have extensive Chinese linguistic skills, a minimum of 5 years of experience in Chinese translation, and a formal qualification from a relevant educational institution.

Our number one priority here at Taia is to provide our clients with top-quality services. Therefore, your translation project will always be carried out by either an internal or freelance translator who is the perfect fit for your Chinese translation requirements.

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Anya, Chinese translator

The Taia platform is easy to use. The customer support and accessibility of the Taia team is excellent. The translations are of good quality and delivered as agreed. Technology offers affordable prices. Very satisfied.

Lana Švab, Marketing Specialist & Social Media Manager @Lifeclass Hotels and Spa
Chinese to English & English to Chinese Translation Services
We offer a wide array of professional Chinese translation services. From Classic translation services like legal and document translation to API integration, and software and website localization. About the content that you wish to translate, our team will help you to choose the perfect translation service to meet all your needs.

Chinese document translation

Chinese legal translation

Chinese website translation

Chinese software/app translation

Chinese marketing copy, advertisements and social media content

Chinese subtitle translation

We’ve been working with Taia for many years now. During this time we established a very pleasant business relationship. We can describe their work as fast, reliable, very professional, and high quality. They listen to their customers’ needs and always deliver as expected.

Aleša Mikuš, Product EHS&R Leader @3M East AG

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About the Chinese Language

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Chinese is a group of languages that form the Sinitic branch of the Sino-Tibetan language group. As a first language, Chinese is spoken by around 1.3 billion people globally – approximately 16% of the world’s population. This makes Chinese the most spoken language in the world.
Standard Chinese, often called Mandarin, is spoken by 1.1 billion Chinese people and serves as an official language of China, a de facto official language in Taiwan, and one of the official languages of Singapore. It is based on the Beijing dialect and serves as a common language of communication among speakers of different Chinese dialects. As such, Standard Chinese is used in government agencies, in the media, and as a language taught in schools.

Spoken varieties of Chinese lack mutual intelligibility and are thus classified as separate languages by linguistic experts. This lack of mutual intelligibility, as well as the large, complex library of Chinese characters, make it very difficult to connect with the Chinese audience.

Considering that there are so many language varieties in the same country, you can understand why translating Chinese and successfully reaching your target audience can often feel impossible. Therefore, your translation projects must be done by experienced linguists who do have not just extensive Chinese skills, but also an understanding of the culture of the region in which your message will be delivered.

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Fun Facts about the Chinese Language

  • Written Chinese has over 50,000 characters, with roughly 10,000 in use today.
  • Some dialects of northern China have as few as three tones, while some southern Chinese dialects have up to 6-12.
  • To be able to read and understand a newspaper from mainland China, a reader has to recognize approximately 3,000 Chinese characters.
  • Out of 1.3 billion Chinese speakers, 1.1 billion speak Mandarin Chinese.
  • Mandarin and Cantonese are the only Chinese languages that are widely taught as foreign language across the globe.
  • One in six people in the world speak some form of Chinese, with the most common dialect being Mandarin.

Quality Guarantee

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ISO 17100 defines the roles of the translator, their technical resources and the quality of service. It also outlines the best practices for translation companies to ensure communication between clients and the translator for all completed tasks.


ISO 9001 is the international standard for a quality management system (“QMS”), which defines a framework of effective work processes to be established within a company. As well as demonstrating continuous improvement, it illustrates a company’s ability to consistently provide products and services that meet the needs of its customers, as well as complying with regulatory requirements.

Find out more about ISO quality standard.

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My name is Alenka and I can help you find the most suitable, efficient and cost-effective solutions for all your Chinese translation needs.

If you have any questions feel free to email me. I will be more than happy to help you!

Frequently asked questions

Mandarin is currently the most spoken language in the world, with more than 1.1 billion native speakers. A big part of why Mandarin is so popular is also China’s continued economic growth and its path to establishing itself as a global superpower. More and more businesses are requiring employees with Mandarin proficiency to remain competitive on a global scale.

The main difference between localization and translation is that your message is both translated and adjusted to the local language specifics with localization. Since cultural characteristics and different dialects of the language are considered, your message will be better understood by the target reader, and thus perceived as more authentic. You can read more about localization here.

Mandarin is one of the hardest languages to learn. While it takes an average student of Spanish or French only 15 weeks to reach limited working proficiency, it can take as much as 50 weeks to reach a similar level of proficiency when learning Mandarin. It will take about 4 years of intensive learning to become fluent in Mandarin. Therefore, we would recommend hiring a professional Chinese translation service, so you can focus on the more important aspects of your business.
According to Bloomberg rankings, Mandarin Chinese is considered the top language worldwide for business, alongside English. The rankings that put Chinese in the top position scored languages based on the number of speakers and the number of countries where the language is official, along with the populations, financial power, economy, education, and literacy rates of those nations.