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Thursday, January 12, 2012

To The Letter

While I was digging up and sifting through all kinds of information and examples concerning garbage bag art, I came across a site that piqued my interest. I would have loved to read what it said, but the site was in Chinese and even though I can speak and understand several different languages, this one is not part of my vocabulary.

I could have used a translator, but experience has taught me that it is not very reliable; it either doesn't get the point across, or the translation is so poor that it doesn't make much sense. I honestly am glad I don't have to do business in China, because that would require hiring an excellent business translator.

I wouldn't be surprised if many entrepreneurs, who have dealings, connections, and/or offices abroad, often wished they had a business translation service at hand. Misinterpretation of a single word can make a huge difference and could eventually turn out to be rather costly as well.

There is no doubt in my mind that if I had to do business anywhere in the world with people who wouldn't speak my native language, I would heavily rely on a good business translation agency to ensure everything was crystal clear, without mistakes, and leaving no questions.

It certainly would be nice knowing everything is translated to the letter!

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