Chinese Translation Services
by Chinese Translator in Darwin, Australia
Chinese Translation in Darwin, Australia
Also see Chinese Translation Services in Sydney, Australia

In Darwin, Australia, we provide Chinese translation and Mandarin interpretation services by our Chinese translators and Mandarin interpreters.  We aim to help you with our professional Chinese translation services.

Contact us in Darwin

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Our Chinese Translators in Darwin

Darwin Chinese Translator Coordinator: Michelle

Michelle is a Mandarin interpreter in Darwin.  She currently coordinates our Chinese translators in Darwin  

NAATI Level 3 Certified Chinese Translator in Darwin:

Maisy is an NAATI certified translator in Darwin.  Below is her resume:

Languages Spoken: Cantonese, Mandarin, English

Educational Qualifications

Secondary: Maryknoll Convent School, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tertiary: Bachelor of Arts (English, Sociology, Asian History), University of New England, NSW.
Graduate Diploma of Education (English Method), Newcastle University, NSW

Professional: NAATI Level 3 Translator (Chinese<English>Chinese)

Employment History

As Interpreter/Translator

From 1977
Interpreted and translated for Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs

From 1998
- Interpreted and translated for Office of Ethnic Affairs NTITS
Taught Level 2 Interpreting and Translating at Darwin Community College and NT University on demand
Taught Level 2 Interpreting at Casuarina Night School on demand

PLUS (in reverse order):

In 2011

Hosted 18th AFMLTA Biennial Conference July 6-9 at the Darwin Convention Centre
Attend AFMLTA National Assembly in Darwin

From 2009

Started on the organization of 2011 18th AFMLTA Biennial Conference in Darwin
Supervised Charles Darwin University practice teacher Bao Li Zheng

From 2007 to 2011

Performed leading role as President of Languages Teachers Association Northern Territory (LTANT)
Attend AFMLTA National Assemblies every two years in all states as NT Language Teachers’ Representative
Coordinated NT Writing and Speaking Competitions with funding received from various sources: Office of Multicultural Affairs, Darwin City Council, Indonesian Embassy

From 2002-

Undertake all necessary TEP roles as designated by TEP committee at school
Develop SSABSA (Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia) Chinese courses
Oral Examiner for SSABSA on request
Sitting member of Chinese Subject Advisory Committee on SSABSA via teleconference
Community representative on Darwin City Council Haikou Sister Cities Committee to re-establish Haikou Student Exchange Program
Promotions Officer of Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers’ Association and attended all Biennial National Assemblies

In 2006

Co-presenter of Marketing Strategic Plan to AFMLTA National Assembly
Consulted for Australian Committee of Education Review on Language Teaching in NT
Completed a report on The Future of Language Teaching in the Northern Territory
Marked Stage 2 Chinese Background Speakers examination papers in Adelaide
Accompanied student to HanyuQiao National Chinese Speaking Competition
Assisted in a NT Museum Project with a visiting artist from Tasmania at the Festival of Darwin

Professional Associations

LTANT- President 2006- 2011
LTANT- Acting President 2006
AFMLTA ( Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Association) Promotions Officer 2002-2006 responsible for National Writing Competition
. LTANT (Language Teachers' Association) Editor 1994, 1995 responsible for the publishing of the LTANT newsletter
. LTANT Treasurer 1996,1997,1998 responsible for the management of LTANT funds
. LTANT Secretary 1999 Semester 2
. AUSIT Secretary ( Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators)
1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 responsible for general correspondence
General Information about Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Darwin, the capital city of the Northern Territory, Australia, is situated on the Timor Sea. With a population of 120 thousand, Darwin is by far the largest and most populated city in the sparsely populated Northern Territory.

The two largest economic sectors of Darwin are mining and tourism. The most important mineral resources of Darwin are gold, zinc and bauxite, along with manganese and many others. The energy production is mostly off shore with oil and natural gas from the Timor Sea, although there are significant uranium deposits near Darwin.