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The Tanks: Language And Translation At The Tate

The Tanks: Language And Translation At The Tate

An art gallery might seem an unlikely place to find issues of language and translation being addressed. But two of the pieces in the installations currently showing at The Tanks at Tate Modern do exactly that. The Tanks… Read More

April 20, 2016 by H Fream

Top 3 events to ‘celebrate’ on 23rd April

The 23rd April, quite an innocuous day you may think, however there are several events that take place each year on this one chosen day. Here we will look at what all the fuss is about… National Shakespeare Day (or Talk like Shakespeare Day). This is not to be confused…

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April 13, 2016 by H Fream

Language in focus: Marketing translation

  In this series so far we have looked at the difficulties of the fields of medical and legal translation. Translating within the fields of marketing and media brings its own set of issues. As our readers should all be aware by now translation isn’t simply a case of replacing…

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December 16, 2015 by H Fream

High Days and Holidays: Hanukkah

  Around this time of year our eyes and ears are assaulted by the plethora of tinsel, angels, carols and holly wreaths. But, Christmas is not the only religious occasion for December. Hanukkah, or Chanukah, is an eight-day Jewish festival of light that starts on the 25th day of the…

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November 25, 2015 by H Fream

Rosetta, Clarion and Crisis UK: a recipe for BSL success this Christmas

  Rosetta Translation offers many language services to people all over the world: translating and interpreting in to and out of many foreign languages. We pride ourselves in the quality of the work we provide our clients, and the standards of freelancers we work with on a daily basis. We…

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November 18, 2015 by H Fream

High Days and holidays – Diwali

  We have previously written about Diwali and what this means to the Sikh community. This is a festival celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains alike for several reasons, the main one being to celebrate the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil.   Here we share some…

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October 21, 2015 by H Fream

World Food Series: Top 5 Most Expensive Foods

Expensive Matsutake mushrooms   You only have to walk through a market or a high street supermarket to see a country’s common food types and the everyday price tags attached to them. We’re not going to talk about carrots and spuds in this article though. Oh no my friends, today…

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September 16, 2015 by H Fream

High days and holidays: National Cupcake Week

Somewhere over the rainbow… Hungry for some cake? Well, National Cupcake Week runs from 14-20th September so it’s a great excuse (if ever you need one!) to stuff your face full of yummy cupcake creations. This is a week in which you can not only bake to your heart’s content…

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July 29, 2015 by H Fream

Do you speak Canadian, eh?

On the 1st of July every year Canada Day is celebrated by the 36 million Canadians in Canada and around the world who call this vast land home.  Though the land we know as Canada today has been inhabited for many centuries by aboriginal people, the country called Canada is…

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July 21, 2015 by H Fream

Religious Focus Series: Eid-al-Fitr

Our first article in this series looked at the Muslim month of Ramadan. In light of the hot few weeks we have had in London and the UK coinciding with Ramadan, a lot of us can only imagine how testing it is to not even have a drop of water…

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