Interpreting & Translation Services for Melbourne, geelong and victoria region
Melbourne is known as the culture capital of Australia as well as the national center of education, business, sports, entertainment and traveling. Because of its pleasant living conditions, Melbourne has been awarded as the most livable city in the world for 7 years in a row. There are 380,000 Chinese people living on this land and most of them are using Chinese-English translation services.
In the past five years, as a top Chinese translation team, Bridging Translation has been providing translation services to Chinese people who are living in Australian or visiting this country. We are helping our clients to communicate efficiently between Chinese and English in aspects of economy, community, business, education, health and so on.
We are experts in many type of business interpreting, including consecutive interpreting for general business meetings, and simultaneous interpreting at large scale conferences.
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With the highly professional translation quality and customised service, Bridging Translation has becoming an outstanding translation company in Australia and received many compliments from our clients such as RMIT, travel agencies, chambers of commerce and large-scale trading companies. In 2017, we proudly became RMIT’s designated translation company.
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