Diving into Language Barriers at the 2016 Olympic Games

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  Share this PostIn just a short while, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is expected to be a cultural “melting pot” when approximately 500,000 visitors from 200 countries will gather for the 2016 Olympic Games. This year, French is the official language of the Rio games as homage to the victims of the Paris terror attacks. With 99 percent of the ... Read More

“Gifts From My Deaf Father” Comes to San Diego International Fringe Festival 2016

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ASL in the Arts: San Diego International Fringe Festival 2016 This June, get ready for a one-of-a-kind performance, Gifts from my Deaf Father, by Windell (Wink) Smith at this year’s International Fringe Festival, June 27-July 3 at the Spreckels building in downtown San Diego. Performed entirely in American Sign Language (ASL) and interpreted to spoken English, Wink’s tale of his ... Read More

How Interpretation Services Work During Conferences

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The phrase translation services probably conjure up a certain image in your mind. Like many people, I’d guess that you will think of a large assembly like the United Nations where there are people from different countries speaking dozens of languages. You’d not be wrong with this image. The United Nations assembly is an excellent example of how important simultaneous ... Read More

Tips to Find the Right Spanish Translator for Your Next Event

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Many companies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) tend to have a hard time finding fluent Spanish translators for events. Many times they have to settle for who is available and the cost of hiring these translators is far in excess of what a regular translator would cost. Luckily, there are a few places that you can find great Spanish translation services ... Read More