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Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Language Service Initiative launched

发布时间:2017-05-11 10:10:31   来源:Xinhua    浏览次数:

BEIJING, May 19 (Xinhua) -- Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China and State Language Commission jointly launched the Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Language Service Initiative here on Friday.

The initiative will rely on the abundant language resource of the State Language Commission and at the same time call for the joint effort of related departments, universities, institutions, enterprises and social forces to create favorable language environment, provide high-quality language service and demonstrate the charm of Chinese language, making the Games a "remarkable, extraordinary, excellent" event.

Executive vice president of the Beijing 2022 Organizing Committee Zhang Jiandong said language service is the basis of match organizing, stadium construction, promotion and market development.

According to the introduction, the initiative contains five major projects.

To conduct language technology integration and service, multi-lingual service system and APP will be developed, as well as machine translation and interpreting.

To provide translation and language training, experts will also be gathered to guarantee the quality of official documents and to recommend judges for the open bidding of language service provider.

 As for Olympics language environment optimization, the multi-lingual signs in the stadiums will be examined and a book of standard vocabulary of the sports in Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games will be published.

Training of foreign language speaking volunteers.

Exhibition and experience projects of Winter Olympics language and culture in multiple ways.

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