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The Diversity Guide For Holiday Greetings

The Diversity Guide for Holiday Greetings

Spreading the “Holiday Cheer”? Many of us are accustomed to this time of year being deemed the “holiday season”-- viewed as a time of celebration, gift-giving and spending time with family. In addition to Christmas, many people celebrate other year-end holidays around this time, such as Hanukkah and Kwanzaa. Then…

10 Facts About Canadian Aboriginal Languages

10 facts about Canadian Aboriginal Languages

Canada is home to over 60 Aboriginal Languages, many of which are considered vulnerable and endangered according to UNESCO's Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger. Since many of these languages are in danger of extinction, the use of them has become more and more important in order to help…

10 Unique Chinese New Year Traditions

10 Unique Chinese New Year Traditions

Have you ever wondered why dragons always make an appearance for Chinese New Year? Or why all the red lanterns and decorations? Read our compiled list of 10 Chinese New Year traditions to expand your knowledge of the holiday celebrated by over a billion people around the world! 2015 is…

Santa Claus Around The World

Santa Claus around the World

Santa Claus is known as the portly, joyous, white-bearded man who brings gifts to children on the night before Christmas. He is one of the main symbols of Christmas for many - but not everybody knows him by this name!   An infographic by the team at wintranslation - professional…

Multilingual DTP Tips

Multilingual DTP tips

Measure twice, cut once This well known expression seems to apply to so many things, even when it's about translation and typesetting.  If you’re looking to translate your brochures, manuals or other documents and plan to do the typesetting in-house, make sure you do some "measuring" first. So, make sure…