Cantonese and Mandarin linguists, be sure your languages are setup for searches

If you are providing language services in Cantonese or Mandarin, please be sure your profile at reflects your working languages as expected. Outsourcers for interpreting opportunities have suggested high demand in Cantonese and Mandarin. To be found at, be sure your profile is complete.

If you work as a translator in Chinese, and as an interpreter in Mandarin or Cantonese, both can be added as languages.  Mandarin and Cantonese can be added as variants of Chinese as well. Translators might also wish to add variants for Simplified or Traditional.

Be sure your working language pairs are added. For example, if you interpret from Mandarin to English, make sure it appears in your language pairs. The language pairs are used as filters in search. Outsourcers use these filters to determine who to contact with opportunities.

Here is how to adjust your language pairs:

1. Go to your profile at  (when logged in)



2. Click the Edit languages link below Working languages



3. + Add languages to the languages you know



4. + Add language pairs

This area can also be reached directly (when logged in) via language settings

Cantonese is popular in the southern regions of China, including Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macau, with over 70 million speakers. Mandarin serves as the official language of China and Taiwan, with over a billion native speakers around the world. 



Are you working in Cantonese or Mandarin? Register at and create your profile. has a team of 10+ focused on outsourcer assistance. Can we help? Email or contact us through the website.



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