Communication is the lifeblood of success when it comes to meaningful global interactions, and never is this truer than when communicating with Chinese speakers. That’s why selecting the right interpreter can make all the difference – whatever area or realm you are working within. Edward Bulwer-Lytton said almost 200 years ago, “The pen is mightier
Japan is the only Asian country who stood as an equal to European and other Western powers since the late 19th century to the present times. Unlike China and India, the emerging great powers from Asia, Japan never experienced the colonial yoke, though it did suffer a crushing defeat in the Second World War and had
The surest indicator that the philosophy of a nation has found universal acceptance is when Hollywood creates a successful movie franchise around it! The success of the Kung Fu Panda movies, which is loosely centered on the tenets of the Chinese way of life is surely ample testimony to this fact. Though one can’t be
The world seems to revolve around tea these days, and who would know this better than a Chinese translator or Chinese interpreter? After a busy season of document translation and simultaneous translating, our personnel like to take a break from interpreting. Agencies like Capital Linguists know the value of rest and relaxation for their staff.
The world knows a great deal more about the leading western philosophers like Aristotle, Kant, and Plato than it knows of Confucius, Laozi, and Mencius. The reason behind this, of course, has been the fact that Western power has dominated the world discourse for the past five hundred years or so. But go back not
The Chinese economy has been the envy of the world for many years with its blistering growth unmatched and unparalleled by any other major economy. That of course, has changed somewhat in the recent years, with headwinds tempering its growth. The fastest growing economy in the world is currently India, as China turns its attention
The chances are that you do, like millions (or make that billions!) around the world. But here’s the thing. Quite often the food that passes off as Chinese in one part of the world might not be exactly what the Chinese back home in China eat! Chinese cuisine itself is quite diverse and the huge
Not many people know who Alan Watts (1915-1973) was, which is really a pity given that he was a Westerner with a profound understanding of Eastern philosophy. Given how the international discourse is increasingly centered on a resurgent China challenging traditional Western supremacy, one would do well to go through the wealth of written and
No one in the world disputes the fact that China is the second most preeminent power in the world after the U.S. While the world marvels at the rise and rise of this Asian giant over the last few decades, the Chinese themselves regard this as a mere restoration of the natural order of things.
The Chinese economy is the second largest in the world after the US’s. The total value of the goods and services traded between these two economic giants was a humongous $648.2 billion in 2016. Not many would, of course, attribute this to the role played by something as the seemingly run-of-the-mill as a Chinese translation