The creation of this website was funded by the Knowledge Exchange (KE) Office of the University of Hong Kong. This website is intended as an online platform for the practice, learning, teaching and research of interpreting. The glossary of bilingual Chinese-English terms on current affairs represents the hard work of our students over many years as bilingual terms were collected from the news and built into a sizable database of thousands of entries. While the bilingual glossary and the Chinese training resources are specifically intended for those who speak Chinese and English, the rest of the information provided on this website is useful to all those who are related to interpreting in one way or another, be they professional or aspiring interpreters, interpreter trainers or users, researchers of interpreting studies or even the general public with an interest in interpreting.


This is an excellent resource for practitioners, students, educators and researchers of Interpreting. I am very happy to endorse it and to recommend it.

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Professor Sandra Hale, University of New South Wales

Resources for Interpreting is the product of years of experience and expertise.  It is useful not only to professionals, but also researchers and all students of Chinese and English...

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Professor Keith McMahon, University of Kansas

I am happy to endorse her website with the greatest praise for her efforts. This glossary will be useful to interpreting students from far and wide, and its usefulness will extend well across the borders of Hong Kong...

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Dr Ineke Crezee, Auckland University of Technology

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