How did China turn into a building construction empire? Part 2
TV Channel 12
Scope of work:
Made in China TV series is going “behind stage” of the construction empire while exploring the lives of the Chinese workers behind it all. In this chapter you will dive deep into the great construction empire and of Shanghai city and other architecture wonders, even visiting in some of local's houses.
In order to fully utilize the channel's rare, high quality authentic content in a documentary about China it is crucial to have a professional translator with deep understanding of the Chinese culture and the nuances of the Chinese language.
WHAT WE DID
Onsite Work with Team
Arriving the headquarters of Channel N12 in Israel Tel Aviv to closely work with the team and the required equipment
Translating & Timecoding
Watching the documentary to understand the story behind the film, planning, localizing and timecoding the translation of the documentary as a whole
Adjusting & Perfecting
Spending hours of adjusting and perfecting the translation and audio files while considering the local audiences and what the movie has to express beyond its words
The translation process went smooth and according to the time set for the project
The final translation was up to standard in terms of quality and localization aspects
The documentary was successfully broadcasted on the prominent TV channel and got tremendous amount of feedback and comments, to the satisfaction of all key figures involved in the making
She worked professionally and collaboratively. It was a pleasure working with her. I hope to work with her again on future projects.
Danny Kushmaro | Channel N12 Anchor
My personal perspective
Creating a program about China and Chinese people, interviews and other authentic information is very valuable however without localizing and accurate translation, the message you wish to share with your audience cant be clear or interesting enough. It is thus crucial to have a professional translator with deep understanding of the Chinese culture and the nuances of the Chinese language.