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We provide Chinese translation and interpreting services for all industries and occasions in locations across Nigeria.

Our Chinese interpreters have the knowledge and experience to deliver top quality Chinese interpreting at international conferences of all naturesbusiness meetings and all types of technical discussions. They also cover court cases, US depositions,arbitrations and hearings, as well as all manner of other events and occasions in major industries.

Our professional Chinese translators have an in-depth understanding of both the source and target languages allowing them to translate any document quickly and accurately with a high level of linguistic sensitivity.

We cover Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese Chinese and other Chinese dialects including Chinese Hainese, Haka, Hmong, Hokkian or Khek. Our translation services cover both traditional and simplified Chinese.


汉语/漢語 Hànyǔ or 中文 Zhōngwén

Hànyǔ (Chinese) written in traditional (top), simplified (middle) characters and alternative name (bottom)
Native to People’s Republic of China, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Ethnicity Chinese (Han)
Native speakers
1.2 billion (2004)[1]
Early forms
Standard forms
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese

Pinyin (Latin)
Xiao’erjing (Arabic)
Dungan (Cyrillic)
Chinese Braille
‘Phags-pa script (Historical)

Official status
Official language in
Regulated by National Commission on Language and Script Work (Mainland China)[2]
National Languages Committee (Taiwan)
Civil Service Bureau (Hong Kong)
Promote Mandarin Council(Singapore)
Chinese Language Standardisation Council(Malaysia)
Language codes
ISO 639-1 zh
ISO 639-2 chi (B)
zho (T)
ISO 639-3 zho – inclusive code
Individual codes:
cdo – Min Dong
cjy – Jinyu
cmn – Mandarin
cpx – Pu Xian
czh – Huizhou
czo – Min Zhong
gan – Gan
hak – Hakka
hsn – Xiang
mnp – Min Bei
nan – Min Nan
wuu – Wu
yue – Yue
och – Old Chinese
ltc – Late Middle Chinese
lzh – Classical Chinese
Glottolog sini1245
Linguasphere 79-AAA
New-Map-Sinophone World.PNG

Map of the Sinophone world

  Countries where Chinese is a primary, administrative or native language
  Countries with more than 5,000,000 Chinese speakers
  Countries with more than 1,000,000 Chinese speakers
  Countries with more than 500,000 Chinese speakers
  Countries with more than 100,000 Chinese speakers
  Major Chinese-speaking settlements
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Chinese language(s) (general/spoken)
Simplified Chinese 汉语
Traditional Chinese 漢語
Literal meaning Han language
Chinese language (written)
Chinese 中文
Literal meaning Middle/Central/Chinesetext

Chinese (simplified Chinese汉语traditional Chinese漢語pinyinHànyǔ; literally: ‘Han language’; or especially though not exclusively for written Chinese: 中文Zhōngwén; ‘Chinese writing’) is a group of related, but in many cases not mutually intelligible, language varieties, forming the Sinitic branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. Chinese is spoken by the ethnic Chinese majority and many minority ethnic groups in China. About 1.2 billion people (around 16% of the world’s population) speak some form of Chinese as their first language.

The varieties of Chinese are usually described by native speakers as dialects of a single Chinese language, but linguists note that they are as diverse as a language family.[b] The internal diversity of Chinese has been likened to that of the Romance languages, but may be even more varied. There are between 7 and 13 main regional groups of Chinese (depending on classification scheme), of which the most spoken by far is Mandarin (about 800 million, e.g. Southwestern Mandarin), followed by Min (75 million, e.g. Southern Min), Wu(74 million, e.g. Shanghainese), Yue (68 million, e.g. Cantonese), etc.[4] Most of these groups are mutually unintelligible, and even dialect groups within Min Chinese may not be mutually intelligible. Some, however, like Xiang and certain Southwest Mandarin dialects, may share common terms and a certain degree of intelligibility. All varieties of Chinese are tonal and analytic.