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Embrace the world of Traditional Chinese language services at International Translating Company (ITC). Our dedicated language solutions cater to your needs as you explore the intricacies of Traditional Chinese language and culture.

Our certified Traditional Chinese linguists are proficient in various industries, such as Manufacturing, Marketing & Advertising, Legal, Technical, Healthcare, and Scientific. If your goal is to extend your business reach to Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Macau, ITC’s language services are crucial for seamless communication and effective localization in these regions.

 

The Intricacies of Traditional Chinese Language and Heritage

Traditional Chinese is a writing system that embodies the essence of Chinese history and cultural legacy. It is primarily used in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and many Chinese communities around the world. The language and its rich cultural heritage have shaped the fields of arts, sciences, and philosophy throughout history.

 

Common English to Traditional Chinese Phrases

Hello – 你好 (Nǐ hǎo)

Goodbye – 再見 (Zài jiàn)

Please –  (Qǐng)

Thank you – 謝謝 (Xièxiè)

Excuse me – 對不起 (Duìbùqǐ)

Yes – 是的 (Shì de)

No – 不是 (Bù shì)

How are you? – 你好嗎? (Nǐ hǎo ma?)

What is your name? – 你叫什麼名字? (Nǐ jiào shénme míngzì?)

My name is… – 我叫… (Wǒ jiào…)

Nice to meet you – 很高興認識你 (Hěn gāoxìng rènshì nǐ)

I don’t understand – 我不明白 (Wǒ bù míngbái)

How much does it cost? – 這個多少錢? (Zhège duōshǎo qián?)

Where is the bathroom? – 洗手間在哪裡? (Xǐshǒujiān zài nǎlǐ?)

Help! – 救命! (Jiùmìng!)

 

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Traditional Chinese Language and Culture FAQs

What are the key differences between Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese?

Traditional Chinese features more intricate characters and is mainly used in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. Simplified Chinese, on the other hand, uses streamlined characters and is predominantly used in Mainland China, Singapore, and Malaysia.

What are some notable Chinese philosophies?

Confucianism, Taoism, and Legalism are among the most influential Chinese philosophies that have shaped Chinese culture and society.

Can you recommend some famous works of Traditional Chinese literature?

Some famous works of Traditional Chinese literature include “The Analects” by Confucius, “Tao Te Ching” by Laozi, “Journey to the West” by Wu Cheng’en, “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong, “Dream of the Red Chamber” by Cao Xueqin, and “Water Margin” by Shi Nai’an.

What are some Traditional Chinese art forms?

Traditional Chinese art forms include calligraphy, ink wash painting, paper cutting, porcelain, and jade carving.

What are some popular Traditional Chinese music styles?

Traditional Chinese music styles include Peking Opera, Kunqu Opera, Cantonese Opera, and traditional instrumental music, featuring instruments like the guzheng, pipa, erhu, and dizi.

 

What are some phrases Chinese children might say to their parents?

Things Chinese Children Tell Their Parents

我爱你 – I love you (Woah Eye Nee)

我饿了 – I’m hungry (Woah Uh Luh)

我不想去学校 – I don’t want to go to school (Woah Boo Syang Chew Shoe-ow)

我的肚子疼 – My stomach hurts (Woah Duh Doo-zuh Tung)

你能帮我做作业吗? – Can you help me with my homework? (Nee Nung Bung Woah Zwoh Zwoh-yeh Ma?)

我可以玩电脑游戏吗? – Can I play computer games? (Woah Kuh-ee Wan Dee-en Now You-see Ma?)

我想吃冰淇淋 – I want to eat ice cream (Woah Syang Chih Bing Chee Lin)

我想要一个新的玩具 – I want a new toy (Woah Syang Yao Ee-geh Shin Duh Wan Jew)

我今天在学校学到了新的东西 – I learned something new at school today (Woah Jin Tian Zigh Shoe-ow Shoe Dow Luh Shin Duh Dong-she)

晚安,爸爸妈妈 – Goodnight, mom and dad (Wan An, Ba-ba Ma-ma)

 

If I wanted to train my dog in Chinese, what would be the typical commands?

Training Your Dog: Useful Commands in Traditional Chinese

Here are 20 commands in Chinese you can use to train your dog.

Sit – 坐下 – Zuo Xia (Zwoh She-ah)

Stay – 等一下 – Deng Yi Xia (Dung Ee She-ah)

Come – 过来 – Guo Lai (Gwoh Lie)

Good Dog – 好狗 – Hao Gou (How Go)

No – 不可以 – Bu Ke Yi (Boo Kuh Ee)

Down – 趴下 – Pa Xia (Pah She-ah)

Fetch – 拿回来 – Na Hui Lai (Nah Hway Lie)

Leave it – 不要碰 – Bu Yao Peng (Boo Yao Pung)

Quiet – 安静 – An Jing (An Jing)

Go outside – 出去 – Chu Qu (Choo Choo)

Heel – 靠近我 – Kao Jin Wo (Kow Jin Woh)

Lie down – 躺下 – Tang Xia (Tahng She-ah)

Wait – 等待 – Deng Dai (Dung Dye)

Roll over – 翻滾 – Fan Gun (Fahn Goo-un)

Shake hands – 握手 – Wo Shou (Woh Show)

Stand up – 站起来 – Zhan Qi Lai (Jahn Chee Lie)

Off – 下来 – Xia Lai (She-ah Lie)

Drop it – 放下 – Fang Xia (Fahng She-ah)

Go to bed – 去睡觉 – Qu Shui Jiao (Choo Shway Jow)

Bark – 叫 – Jiao (Jow)

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