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Chinese A, English B/ Taipei, Taiwan

Postby aytranslator » Tue Dec 29, 2015 8:32 am

'Sup, fellas. This is Alvis Yu, a Taiwanese freelance translator who aspires to become a conference interpreter one day!

Actually, I have an interpreting test (consecutive, both directions) coming up in about 15 days, so I am actually looking for English As to practice interpreting skills with.

I know time is ticking but I am hoping to hone my interpreting skills in general, not just for this particular test, as I didn't receive any formal training as yet.


If you're an English A currently residing in Taipei and would like to hone your skills with a Chinese A, please PM me. Thanks a lot!
Full-time freelance translator/interpreter/editor based in Taipei, Taiwan
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