China Translated takes care of all your (sworn) translations to and from Chinese, Dutch and English. Thanks to my experience, a well-maintained professional network and attending the necessary refresher courses, I am able to provide you with a tailor-made translation in the right tone of voice. You can also contact me for interpreting services in the Chinese language.
China Translated organises language courses in Chinese for both companies and individuals. As a teacher I have followed specialised courses both in China as in the Netherlands. Do you want to learn the Chinese language? Then China translated can help you.
I am registered in the register for sworn interpreters and translators of Bureau Wbtv. Therefore, I can carry out your sworn translation, provided one of the languages is Dutch. You may need a sworn translation for certain documents, such as contracts, diplomas, passports and driver’s licenses. Read more about (sworn) translations.
China Translated offers tailor-made interpreting services. My experience allows me to convey the tone of the conversation in such a way that all participants have a good feeling after the meeting and that the content is clear to both parties involved. Read more about how I can help you as a Chinese interpreter.
I can provide you with a tailor-made language course, whereby both the duration and the content are fully adjusted to your personal needs and wishes. I can provide in-company language courses or in the city you live. Do you wish to take a Chinese language course? Then have a look here at all the possibilities.
About Floor Perquin
My name is Floor Perquin, sworn interpreter and translator Chinese, English and Dutch and teacher of Chinese and Dutch. My mother tongue is Dutch. After I graduated from the course Oriental Languages and Communication from Hogeschool Maastricht (nowadays Hogeschool Zuyd), I studied two more years in China. The first year in Shanghai (Fudan University) and the second year in Nanjing (Nanjing University-Johns Hopkins University). After working several years as a tour guide and teacher, I decided to start my own business in 2010. Apart from the activities of China translated, I organise meetings several times a year with other China experts to discuss the various aspects of doing business in and with China.