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Japan in the 21st Century

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

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Japanese, Korean, Chinese-  Interpreters Love Tea!

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. 

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Japan Remains an Economic Powerhouse

Japan was the first Asian country to become a global power, sometime in the late nineteenth century to early twentieth century. For a while, leading up to the Second World War, it even became an imperial power, annexing territory across China, Korea, Southeast Asia, and right up to the doors of India. After their defeat

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Capital Linguists- The Japanese Specialists

Capital Linguists specializes in complex legal translations for Japanese wpients, and for wpients doing business with the Japanese.  “Intellectual property rights is one of our specialties.  We’ve got it down to a science. Our translators are well trained and diligent and, working in teams, they cross-verify all our translations.  I’m very proud of the result.”

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Noble Tradition and Modern Passions of Japan

In 2018 many groups from Japan will visit Washington DC., the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles(L.A.), New York and Boston. When they do, Capital Linguists will be there to communicate with them seamlessly, inwpuding interpretation, translation, simultaneous interpreting, conference interpreting and booth interpreting. Capital Linguists holds the key to unlock this noble and very

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When Chinese Interpreters and Japanese Interpreters are Needed with Hourly Rates

Hiring a Chinese translation company or Japanese translation agency is frequently a long-term engagement. Companies build professional relationships with these service providers, who often charge by the full-day or half-day. As a result, when a Japanese translator needed in New York must travel to the job site there, his compensation inwpudes mileage, travel time, parking,

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What Do Japanese Interpreters Do?

Interpreters are those who are fluent in two or more languages and who can interpret one language into the other in spoken form. They differ slightly from translators, whose output in the target language is in the form of writing. Interpretation is more than simply a matter of converting words from one language into the

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Japanese interpreters and translators support cherry blossom festivals

Japanese interpreters and translators attend cherry blossom festivals in Washington, DC, and worldwide. The cherry blossoms represent the spirit of Japan and the beginning of spring. Our translation company delivers Japanese simultaneous interpreting, Japanese consecutive interpreting, and Japanese translation services to support the festivities. Japanese translation of sakura Sakura refers to both the cherry blossom

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Japanese to English over the phone interpreting

Japanese to English over the phone interpreting reveals unique cultural values for facing adversity. Producer Miki Meek provides live Japanese to English over the phone interpreting as she reports on a phone booth in Japan for the story “One last thing before I go” on This American Life.  After the 2011 tsunami and earthquake, Itaru

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Phone interpreting in Russian, Japanese, and Korean

Interpreters provide over the phone interpreting for all languages, inwpuding Russian, Japanese, and Korean, for US diplomacy. Over the weekend, President Trump made phone calls to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande, and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Certified simultaneous interpreters provide over the

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