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Japanese expansion for international language communications business

Larry Gould CEO of thebigwordGlobal technology-driven language communications provider, thebigword, has expanded its Tokyo office following growth in Japan and Asia.

thebigword, which is headquartered in Leeds, England, is a leading technology-driven language communications company which delivers translation and interpreting solutions across the globe through purpose built technology systems. Its Tokyo office has been open for eight years and thebigword has purchased new premises to accommodate its growing team.

The international firm has a strong relationship with many technology companies, banks and business consulting organisations in Asia, helping them to effectively communicate with customers across the world. Its biggest market in the region is the automotive industry.

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Turismo y salud: traducción, interpretación y comunicación intercultural en el sector turístico europeo

Health tourism is the phenomenon whereby people travel to a foreign country in order to receive medical treatment. This paper written by Doctors Almahano Giieto and Encarnación Postigo Pinazo provides a series of research articles focused on health tourism, intercultural communication and translation and interpretation in health services.

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Hello Translation Journal Readers,

Here are two new publications translated from Arabic to English worth checking out.

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The Book of the Sultan’s Seal

Strange Incidents from History in the City of Mars

translated from the Arabic by Paul Starkey

A profoundly original debut from the highly acclaimed Egyptian writer

bookofsultansealYoussef Rakha’s groundbreaking novel The Book of the Sultan's Seal was published in Egypt in February 2011, less than two weeks after then Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stepped down following mass protests.

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