Monthly Archives: September 2015

Professional Translation Services in China by Rosetta GroupChina is the sexiest market in the world today. That’s a fact that no one in the business world would deny. The massive scale of China’s economics and its market has been attracting many companies to bring their business to this country. Off course, there are various issues for those coming for China to start a business including dealing with the local customs. The language barrier is one handicap that must be correctly address. But with the right translation service you can depend on, you can be very confidence starting business in China.

When you need professional translation service to translate business and legal document to Chinese, there’s no better name to trust than Rosetta Translation Shanghai. It is the leading translation company specializing in providing professional level translation and interpreter services in China. This company is part of Rosetta Translation, a professional translation company with exceptional reputation worldwide. Rosetta Translation Shanghai is based in Shanghai and it offers its services to clients all over China. The services provided by this company is including translation documents from Chinese to various languages and vice versa. It is also providing professional translators for Chinese and other major languages.

Rosetta Translation Shanghai has team of professional translators very fluent in Chinese and other languages. Many of the translators are native speakers. They are not only well trained in translation methods but also able to put the context based on local culture and custom for precision translation result. You can also count on Rosetta’s proprietary translation technology, the most advanced of its kind. It is dedicated to provide high flexibility to its clients to get the right solution based on their actual needs. It also ensures that every client can optimize their budget to get what they really need. When it comes to the best translation services for business purposes here in China, there’s no other name to trust than Rosetta Translation Shanghai.

There are a lot of reasons why people do movie marathons - some choose to use it as an opportunity to bond with their friends. Others like the idea that they can relax and stay lazy on the couch during their off days and enjoy their most-loved flicks. There are those who want to catch up on the lost time when they missed watching the latest movies in the big screen. And then, there are those who just love the exciting and exhilarating feeling it brings when they spend twelve hours straight glued to the TV as they give a part of themselves to the movie world.

How To Last A Movie Marathon

Here are a few tips on how to survive such marathon.

1. Plan the activity. It takes a little planning and preparation to make the experience fun and memorable.

• Who. Will you be alone or will you invite someone else? Determine the number of people who will be there.

• When. What day do you have in mind and approximately how much free time do you have? Will it be a daytime or an overnight thing? Do remember that it can be quite an exhausting activity so schedule it when you don't have any commitment the following day.

• How long. How many films do you intend to see? It should be a minimum of two else it will not be considered as a marathon.

• What. What exactly do you want to watch? Choose a theme - will you pick a series such as Star Wars, The Matrix or Harry Potter? Will you opt for Philippine movies like last year's MMFF entries, for example? Or will you stick to genres like all chick flick and all action or will you go by your favorite actor/actress like Bruce Willis or Angelina Jolie?

• Where. It should be in a place wherein you can laugh, cry or scream when you need to. If you're with company, have it in a room that is big enough to accommodate all guests.

2. Get the food and drinks ready. Be it popcorn, potato chips, sodas, or pizza, make sure that you have them on stock just before the activity begins. Try having your house help prepare a real meal in case it will be in between lunch or dinner.

3. Get comfy. Include pillows or blankets just enough to make everyone comfortable. Beware of putting too much or you'll encourage a slumber party instead.

4. Have breaks. After three or four films, consider having a longer break (perhaps 15 to 20 minutes) just so you can stretch muscles and socialize. This is a certified trick to prevent the participants from being bored.