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    Because Chinese is such an intricate and complex language, translation can be confusing. In this article, we examine the various forms of the language, so you can plan an informed translation strategy.

  • Why Women-Owned Is Good for Business

    Women-owned businesses are a significant economic force. In this article, we look at women-owned businesses: their challenges and successes, along with the role they stand to play in our country’s post-COVID recovery.

  • COVID-19 Resources to Support Accurate Translation

    The coronavirus pandemic introduced specific terms and phrases that must be translated effectively and used consistently. We have compiled a COVID-19 glossary of 150 terms in 18 languages to help organizations translate critical resources.

  • How Language Access Can Help Increase Participation in Elections

    In order to ensure equitable elections, more people need access to voting materials in their own language. In this article, we explore the guidelines for making elections accessible to voters with limited-English proficiency and offer best practices for translating election-related materials.

  • The U.S. Census—Giving Everyone an Equal Vote

    The U.S. Census is one of the most important civil rights issues today. In this article, we look at why undercounts are such a problem, and share an exciting multilingual New York City outreach initiative that aims to make sure every person in the five boroughs is counted.

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