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E-Commerce Russian Style

February 27, 2014 5 Comments

Russia differs greatly from the rest of Europe. It is a transcontinental country that stretches across Eastern Europe and Asia. Russian people prefer to speak their own language, are suspicious of credit cards and online payments and use their own search engine, Yandex. But Russia is considered to ...

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global ecommerce, Russian translation, ecommerce localization
What are the Differences between Arabic Languages?

January 10, 2014 Comments

One of the most frequent questions I receive from clients on a daily basis is: what are the differences between the Arabic "languages" used in different Arabic countries? This is quite an important question and is as complex as the Arabic language itself. The Arabic language is one of the oldest ...

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Arabic
Translation Portal helps companies go global!

November 18, 2013 Comments

If your company is looking for information about expanding into international markets, going global, language translation, global e-commerce and some neat global trade tools, check out the new features of GPI’s Translation Portal at Global Resources. We have collected and linked a wide range of i...

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Website Translation, Translation Portal
Chinese Culture and Travel Part II

October 16, 2013 Comments

I have lived in the United States for over 8 years since 2005 and I am very fortunate to go back to Taiwan at least once a year. It has been very interesting to see how things evolve and scenes change over the years. In Year 2008 the Taiwan policy of travel restrictions for Mainland China citizens t...

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China, Chinese, Travel, Culture
Mandarin the official spoken language in China and Taiwan

September 18, 2013 Comments

All of the official spoken languages were once dialects. Mandarin was one of the 10 major dialects in China and it officially became the national language for China in 1911 after Dr. Sun Yat Sen overthrew the Qing Dynasty. Mandarin was the dialect spoken in the Northern regime and especially Beijing...

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Chinese Translation, China, Taiwan Language
Chinese Culture and Travel - Part I

June 18, 2013 Comments

Most Chinese people love taking group pictures! As a Chinese growing up in Taiwan, I was not aware of this fact until I travelled to France and later Hawaii for an extended period of time to study abroad and complete a voluntary assignment. I brought the pictures of mine along with me on these trips...

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