Gan translation

Gan Chinese

Gan (or Kan) is spoken in the People’s Republic of China, mainly in the Jiangxi province and other neighbouring provinces, by over 20 million people. Gan is one of the Chinese languages (more globally the Sino Tibetan family of languages), and has several dialects:

  • Dongkou
  • Funing
  • Fuzhou
  • Ji'an
  • Nanchang
  • Leiyang
  • Xianning
  • Yichun
  • Yingtan

Min translation

Min Chinese

Dialectes du min dans la province de Fujian - source wikipedia

Min is mainly spoken in the province of Fujian and south east China. It is roughly divided into two main groups, Min Bei and Min Nan. Generally, Min Bei is spoken in northern Fujian, and Min Nan in the south. Other dialects such as Min Zhong (central), Min Dong (east), Puxian Min (south east) are all subdivisions of Min, depending on the province and the area within the province.

Wu translations

Wu – Wu gniu translation

Wu is spoken by approximately 87 million people worldwide. It is the second most widely spoken language after Mandarin. Wu is spoken in the Zhejiang province, Shanghai and the south of the Jiangsu province. Wu is still considered by some as a dialect of Mandarin.

Guan (Mandarin) translation

Guan - Mandarin

dialectes du madarin en Chine

Mandarin has the status of official language in the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan and Singapore. Spoken by over 1.3 billion people, Mandarin is of course the most widely spoken language in the world.

Mandarin has many variations and dialects, such as Beijing Mandarin, Ji Lu Mandarin, Jianghuai Mandarin, Jiao Liao Mandarin, Lan Yin Mandarin, etc.

Yue - Cantonese

Yue - Cantonese

Although the Chinese think of Cantonese as a dialect, it is very different from Mandarin. Regardless of whether some consider it to be a dialect and others a completely separate language, from a translation agency point of view these two variants are two distinct languages. We use different translators for these different variants of Chinese.

Yue is spoken by over 54 million people worldwide, 52 million of whom are in China (Guangdong and Guangxi provinces, Hong Kong and Macao, Sarawak, Sabah and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia).

Keija translation

Kejia - Hakka

Kejia is mainly spoken in the south of China and Taiwan by the Hakka people.

Kejia is also spoken in Guyana, Indonesia, Malaysia, French Polynesia, Thailand and in other regions in the world, making a total of around 33 million speakers worldwide.


Translations into Xiang

Xiang is spoken by 36 million people in China, mainly in the Hunan, Sichuan, Guangdong and Guangxi provinces and in particular by Mao Zedong.