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Celebrating Old Christmas Traditions & Translating New Ones

Around 2 billion people worldwide will celebrate Christmas this year, gathering together with family and friends to enjoy the season. But not everyone will gather around an evergreen tree, exchange gifts and eat a traditional meal. This week we’re spotlighting Christmas traditions, and discussing a very unique tradition that began as a marketing campaign. In […]

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Top Multilingual Countries: East Timor (Timor-Leste)

The tiny nation of East Timor, also known as Timor-Leste, gained its independence in 2002. Before achieving independence, the country was ruled by Portugal and Indonesia. This unique history means that although there is a high illiteracy rate, many citizens speak multiple languages. Mother Nature Network states that the official language is Portuguese, but the […]

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Is Your Idea of Spanish Translation Adding an “O” to the End of a Word?

If you can understand the above Spanish “translation” and you don’t speak Spanish, that should be your sign that there is a major problemo with your translation services provider. When you partner with a reliable document translation services company like ASTA-USA Translation Services, Inc. and its legal division, Legal Translation Solutions, you can rest assured […]

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Top Multilingual Countries: Malaysia

Translation is common place in the multilingual country of Malaysia. Businesses both big and small make the most of accurate translation services by converting their advertisements from Malaysian to English, Malaysian to Mandarin and more. Is your company making the most of your international business reach? The official language of Malaysia is Malay, but many […]

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Top Multilingual Countries: Luxembourg

This week we’re spotlighting Luxembourg, a tiny country that’s big on language. What can big business learn from this small country? Read on to find out. According to Mother Nature Network, the tiny country of Luxembourg boasts citizens that are fluent in four different languages. The co-official languages are French and German, with official government […]

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