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Monday, February 11, 2013

Crowd-sourced translations of Chinese legal materials

China Law Translate is an experiment in crowd-sourced translation that recently went on line. According to the developer, "The goal is to allow people to translate as much or as little as they want, from Chinese to English (or vice versa), without having to commit a lot of time to the effort, but still creating a valuable library of free, bilingual legal materials through collaborative effort. Previously completed translations can also be submitted to the site."

Check it out here: www.chinalawtranslate.com

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