Chinese Cantonese

Cantonese is the third most spoken language other than English in Australia

What is the differences between Cantonese and Mandarin?

Some people may ask, what is the difference between Cantonese and Mandarin. While Cantonese and Mandarin are all part of the Chinese language, in some respects, they are totally two different languages. In the written languages, Cantonese is also called traditional Chinese while Mandarin is simplified Chinese. Though the words chosen in these two languages in the written form sometimes are different, the most simplified Chinese reader can read traditional Chinese, however, not all traditional Chinese readers can read simplified Chinese. In terms of speaking, you can consider them as two different languages.


How do I find quality Cantonese translators and interpreters?

In Australia, there are more than 280,000 Cantonese speakers, making it the third most spoken language other than English. At Bridging Translation, our NAATI accredited Cantonese translator and Cantonese interpreter have been providing Cantonese translation and Cantonese Interpreting services to the community for almost a decade. With proven experience, our NAATI professional Cantonese translation and NAATI professional Cantonese interpreting services are provided to our valued customers and help them communicate without any language barriers.

Customer Testimonials

“Our firm has been using Bridging Translation for quite a while. They’ve been involved in some of the major litigation matters taken by our office. They have very quick turnaround period and high-quality translation. ”

Hiways Lawyers Testimonials

Payne Wu

Principal Solicitor, HiWays Lawyers

“… your team at Bridging Translation are fantastic to work with. Your professionalism and attention to detail is exceptional. At all times you respond quickly to our requests and keep us updated through each stage. The presenters/facilitators involved in the training projects have commented on your interpreter’s exceptional skills including translating / interpreting complex technical terminology… “

Susan Barr

Senior Manager Executive Education, RMIT University

Cantonese translation services we provide include:

  • Contracts
  • Agreements
  • Court Documents
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Affidavits
  • Survey and Interview Documents
    • Statements
    • Policies and Procedures
    • Other Legal Documents
    • Merger & Acquisition Documents
    • WeChat Screenshots
    • Audio & Video File
      • Immigration documents
      • Commercial documents
      • Academic certificates
      • Transcripts
      • Medical documents
      • And much more
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        Cantonese expert – Bridging Translation

        Bridging Translation is a leading translation agency in Australia, providing quality Cantonese translation and interpreting services for individuals as well as government departments. We are a professional team with more than 150 senior Chinese translators and interpreters including ones that specialise in Cantonese, and who have been working in the translation and interpreting field for many years. Our Chinese translators and interpreters spread across Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and other major cities of Australia, including Australian top-level (NAATI level 5) interpreters, simultaneous conference interpreters, and community interpreters.

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