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10/09/2018

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Alex Toh KAR TEK


I have read quite a number of article regarding translation, most of it translating English to mandarin. This is the first article that talks about translating poems . This is rather an interesting article for me. The mandarin poems sometimes sounds smoothly when read in Chinese and if it is being translated into English it may be able to achieve the same favor as it sound like when read in mandarin.

This will be something new for me to explore and learn for translation. I have been doing translation for website for English and Mandarin and I have always feels that this is a field that there will always be a gap that cannot be fully close between language and language translation in trying to convey and bring out the exact meaning that it is trying to translate.

I do offer free learning platform for doing translation for English and mandarin and I feel that it is still not achieving the best result that I want . I hope to get more opinions on how to achieve a perfect learning platform for translating English to mandarin.

My Hanyu Pinyin explanatory guide can be reach from this link
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaj2NXHYJHE

And the website that offers the actual learning can be reached from http://www.englishtochinese.info/

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