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Our new app, Newssary is now available on both App Store and Play Store

Our new app, Newssary, developed from the bilingual glossary of this Website, is now available on both App Store and Play Store. The creation...   Read More

Our new app, Newssary, developed from the bilingual glossary of this Website, is now available on both App Store and Play Store.

Our new app, Newssary, developed from the bilingual glossary of this Website, is now available on both App Store and Play Store. Please check...   Read More

TERMS OF USE

TERMS OF USE Agreement to Use our Site Please read these Terms of Use (hereafter Terms) carefully before using or registering to use our...   Read More

Modes of interpreting – a video demonstration

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Faculty Knowledge Exchange Award, 2016

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What’s the Chinese For ‘Grexit’? A new website launched under the School of Chinese is providing interpreters, students and the public with a bilingual...   Read More

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

ENDORSEMENTS

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

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

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

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