Felicia Bratu

Happy Chinese New Year!

Happy Chinese New Year!

Don’t forget! In 2012, the Chinese New Year starts on January 23. It’s still time to send an e card if you have friends or coworkers who celebrate this festival. Click here to select a Chinese New Year ecard, already translated in Chinese. Chinese New Year is the longest and most important festival in the […]

read more
On January 20, 2012, posted in: Miscellaneous by

Tags: ,

2012 multicultural calendar

You might think that Christmas is over, but not for everybody. Eastern Orthodox church celebrates Christmas on January 7. So, if you have Russian, Serbian or Ukrainian friends, co-workers, or business partners, you can still send them a Christmas card. Check the Russian translation  version from our ecards Christmas collection. Don’t also forget about Chinese […]

read more
On January 3, 2012, posted in: Miscellaneous by

wintranslation’s 2011 top 5 achievements

1. March: wintranslation launches 4 new free translation and localization related white papers 2. June: new project manager joins wintranslation’s team: Sylvie Shen – She has previously worked as a Globalization Engineering Coordinator for IBM Canada Ltd., a Localization Documentation Specialist for Cognos, an IBM Company, and a Documentation Graphic Specialist for Cognos Inc. 3. […]

read more
On December 29, 2011, posted in: News by

Happy New Year in different languages

French: Bonne Année German: Alles Gute für das neue Jahr Italian: Felice Anno Nuovo Spanish:  Féliz Año Nuevo Russian: С Новым Годом Portuguese: Feliz Ano Novo Norwegian: Godt Nyttår Bulgarian: Честита Нова Година Serbian: Srećna Nova Godina Danish: Godt Nytår Romanian: Un An Nou Fericit

read more
On December 28, 2011, posted in: Miscellaneous by

Free translation: Holiday Greetings in different languages

Christmas is a religious and cultural holiday celebrated by billions of people around the world. Most of the Christian countries will celebrate Christmas on December 25, however, please remember that Eastern Orthodox countries like Russia, Ukraine, Macedonia and Serbia celebrate the Christmas on January 7, following the Julian calendar. Here is the French, German, Russian, […]

read more
On December 22, 2011, posted in: Miscellaneous by