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  • "primali" started this thread

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Date of registration: May 30th 2017

Language Team: Chinese

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Tuesday, May 30th 2017, 3:12am

Greeting from Prima, Chinese translation if needed

Hello everyone,

This is Prima Li, who come across the venus project few years ago, luckily to visit the research center last year (sorry for our lost of the great man).

Trying to get involve with this project became more seriously during last week, I would have about 20 hours to 30 hours to work with the team.

I have some background of sociology and anthropology, currently working with my husband building shipping container home in our yard.

Like to involve as a translator, coordinator or other task if assigned (native language is Chinese).



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Tuesday, May 30th 2017, 9:27am

Welcome Prima! :rose:

It's wonderful that you're here, and we certainly need help in translating/proofreading RBE materials into Chinese.

There is a good amount that has already been done for Chinese, so please PM me with any specific materials that you might have in mind and I'll guide you from there. In the meantime, you might want to introduce yourself in the Chinese Team section to see if there are any other folks just waiting for your inspiration before becoming 'active' themselves. ;)
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