CULEMBORG, Netherlands, Nov. 20 /CNW/ - Today Chinglish.com launches a
brand new release that provides the world's first webmail-integrated
proofreading and translation service for speakers and learners of Chinese or
English. Chinglish was already providing the only webmail solution that allows
users to switch and translate between simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese,
and English at the click of a mouse.
The new Chinglish release supplements this high-tech infrastructure with
a one of its kind human proofreading and translation service.
High-tech framework with Chinese and English proofreading and
Because Chinese is becoming an increasingly important language in the
realms of international business, study, and tourism, Chinglish.com integrated
a user-friendly proofreading and translation service to its portal. With this
innovative feature, Chinglish.com continues to narrow the communication gap
between China and the rest of the world. The service works by simply clicking
the button "Proofread" after composing an email in Chinese or English. A
proofread version of the message is delivered to the user within 24 hours. The
new Chinglish release also comes with a human translation service. Requests
can be submitted to the system without forms to fill out. Translations are
promptly delivered to the user's email account.
This saves the trouble of communicating through a consultant or
translation agency. All Chinglish proofreaders and translators are native
speakers of Chinese or English. To utilize these services, users simply open a
jade account. Credits are automatically deducted from this account upon
completion of each proofreading or translation request.
Unique set of Chinese-English communication tools
Chinglish.com is a Chinese-English communication website built around a
proprietary bilingual email system. Besides the new professional proofreading
and translation service, the unique features include free machine translations
and bilingual email accounts, email addresses with names in Chinese
characters, single sign-on forums, and a web-based input method editor. The
latter allows users to write emails in Chinese outside of China. The Chinglish
mission is to make Chinese-English communication easy by providing a broad
range of user-friendly online communication tools.
For further information:
For further information: In China: Yu Yang, Communications Department
China, Chinglish BV, T: +86-010-65252795, E:firstname.lastname@example.org;
Countries outside China: Nienke Harmsen, Communications Department
International, Chinglish BV, T: +31-649896157, E: email@example.com