Mandarin Chinese

Mandarin Chinese

Mandarin Chinese translation

If you have been making searches like “English to Mandarin” and “Mandarin to English”, then our linguists are here to help. 

Mandarin is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world and studying it can open many doors for you on a personal and professional level. More and more people are daring to study Mandarin thanks to institutions such as the Qing Hua Chinese School. This body is responsible for promoting and facilitating the teaching of Chinese language and culture. In addition, there are other reasons why it is important to study this language.

First of all, China is the world’s second economic power and, therefore, this language has become a crucial tool in world trade, especially as a result of its technological development with leading companies in the international market. These include Xiaomi, Huawei or Tencent, whose Internet service providers include the well-known WeChat. Another prominent company is the Alibaba group to which Aliexpress, the world’s best-known shopping platform, belongs. Because of this, it is one of the languages that offers more job and business opportunities to all types of companies and individuals. It is the second most common language on the Internet with 19.8 % of all users. In addition, Mandarin Chinese has an ancient historical and cultural background that is worth exploring.


Finally, it is necessary to mention that translation of this language is of vital importance in today’s society. Given the linguistic distance between this language and other languages of Western origin, many have considered that the “real” Great Wall of China was not a physical architectural structure, but its language. China is one of the five members of the UN Security Council and its language is one of the six official languages of the UN. As a result, a lot of UN-related documentation will be in Chinese and require translation.

Moreover, as mentioned above, China’s technological boom and its corresponding export activities have favoured the translation of instruction manuals, brochures, mobile applications, etc. into a large number of languages. Not only that, but thanks to the work of professional literary translators, we can also access Chinese literature by renowned authors such as Mo Yan or Yan Lianke.



Mandarin Chinese is a Sinitic language belonging to the Sino-Tibetan language family. It consists of more than 1.1 billion speakers worldwide, of which around 982 million are native speakers. This makes it one of the most active spoken languages. It is the first or official language in China, Taiwan and Singapore. It is also a second language for more than 150 million people in the Chinese communities (around 40 million people) spread throughout the world: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, United States, Spain, Indonesia, Japan, United Kingdom, etc.


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At LinguaTrans we provide these services, among others:

Mandarin translation

Mandarin sworn translation

Mandarin transcription

Mandarin subtitles

Mandarin proofreading

Mandarin voice-over

Mandarin localisation

We have excellent native professionals for each translation service and speciality. Count on a highly reputed company in the market of language services by contacting us. You can also consult our rates and request a free, no-obligation quote

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