The WeChat account (MacauTranslation) of Macao Boss Translation Company Limited provides free query/translation services for Chinese, English and Portuguese information about Macao, including: Macao streets & addresses, Macao tourism information, Macao hotels, Macao cuisines, Macao traffic, Macao entertainment, Macao sightseeing attractions, Macao administration and Macao judicial information etc.
Just a simple click to follow our WeChat “MacauTranslation” to make full use of our free translation services! Tens of thousands entries of Chinese, English and Portuguese information about Macao! And it is FREE! The WeChat Interface of related query results are as follows:
“Pork Chop Bun” and “Historic Centre of Macau”
“Macao Historical Archives” and “Treasures of Sacred Art Museum”
Follow WeChat account “MacauTranslation” by searching the keyword: MacauTranslation, or scan the QR Code below:
About BOSS Translation Macao
ISO9001:2015 Certified Professional Translation and Interpretation Service Provider in Macao since 2011, offering services such as translations, interpretations, Simultaneous Interpretation equipment lease, and tailor-made Computer-Aided Translation (CAT) solutions.
ISO9001:2015 QMS Certification
BOSS Translation (Macao) has been striving to optimize its internal management since its establishment in 2011, in order to offer always-better quality to the customers.
In 2020, the Company was awarded with the ISO9001:2015 Quality Management System Certification, becoming the first translation company in Macao recognized with ISO certification.
The “Certified Shop” recognized by the Macau Consumer Council in 2016, and the ISO9001:2015 QMS Certification in 2020 demonstrate the Company’s unique characteristics of bringing value to the customers and make BOSS Translation one of the few choices in Macao.
As the first Certified Translation Shop and the first Registered Translation Trademark in Macao, the company has been actively assuming its Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) by donating masks to SAR Government during the Covid-19 pandemic and distributing water after the Super Typhoon Hato hit Macao.