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Jun 24, 2004 00:24
  • OPI8992
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I am planing to visit Hangzhou several times during the next year. Does anybody knows where could I find an spanish-chinesse translator that could help me during these days?
Jun 24, 2004 10:42
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Hola!
I think the best way is to find a academician majoring in Spanish in Zhejiang University! And I think they are very glad to give their help via this practice chance.
Aug 25, 2004 15:03
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There is no Spanish major in Zhejiang University. Yeah, it's a shame! And that's why my Chinese is getting better (since I don't find many jobs as a Spanish teacher).
Soy española, profesora de español para extranjeros y ahora estudiante de chino en Hangzhou, donde vivo desde hace un año. En junio de este año aprob?tercero de chino por libre en la Escuela Oficial de Idiomas de Madrid (por si acaso es usted español y esto le dice algo).
Si todav? est?buscando un traductor, p?gase en contacto conmigo:

Leticia_Medina_Andres arroba yahoo.de
www.spanish-hangzhou.com
Aug 25, 2004 20:24
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Try this direction >TAOHAI1-1-902, Rich City Apartment, No.611, Jianguo Rd.(N), Hangzhou, P.R. ChinaTel: +86 571 85285515 85285215 85285548Fax: +86 571 85285219Email: taohai.com|info
Aug 26, 2004 10:06
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maybe you can ask help from Hangzhou Foreign Languages University.
Just try!
Jul 10, 2017 12:57
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GUESTMICHAEL... These name sets apply to this country
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