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An interview of Dr Eva Ng by the HKU Review 2015 about this website

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Language is continually evolving, and in a world of rapid technological development and political change, it can be hard for interpreters to keep up....   Read More

Mock trials for students of CHIN2343 – Legal Interpreting at the Moot Court of the Faculty of Law

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Mock trials for students of CHIN 2343 – Legal Interpreting at the Moot Court of the Faculty of Law. The mock trial this year...   Read More

Visits to the High Court of Hong Kong with students of CHIN 2343 – Legal Interpreting

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Visits to the High Court of Hong Kong with students of CHIN 2343 – Legal Interpreting  

Simulated conference interpreting for students of CHIN2342 – Interpretation Workshop II at Council Chamber, HKU

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Simulated conference interpreting for students of CHIN2342 – Interpretation Workshop II at Council Chamber, HKU

Visits to the Legislative Council with students of CHIN 2342 – Interpretation Workshop II

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ENDORSEMENTS

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

This is indeed a resourceful website not just for interpreting students but also for researchers who are interested in interpreting studies.

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Dr Ester Leung,
Associate Professor, Translation Programme, Hong Kong Baptist University

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

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