Translation / Interpretation service

Apart from being an acupuncturist I have been working for over 30 years as a freelance translator. Translation used to be the basis of my families livelihood, whereas I consider acupuncture my “calling”. Since I could make our living on translation, I was blessed with the possibility of pursuing acupuncture treatment policies I view as idealistic.

However, the growing influence of the internet now drains most work into countries, where people can afford to work for a fraction of the usual rates in Japan, thus driving my “ideal acupuncture treatment” into a struggle for existence.

* From now on I am offering my translation/interpretation services directly to clients

Close to 100% of the translation work I did in the past I received through translation agencies. Naturally, those agencies retain their share/margin of the money charged. On top of that, those agencies sometimes have VERY strange concepts relating to translation work.

For these reasons I have chosen to offer my translation/interpretation services from now on directly to clients.

Thus, if anybody has any

* documents related to medicine/pharmacology

* documents related to technical subjects

* patent specifications

* documents related to ORIENTAL MEDICINE (a field, where qualified personal is probably rather rare!)

please … feel free to give me a call.

Translations are done usually at home

Regarding you interpretation needs: please call me with the relevant condition (time, place, subject matter, transportation etc.). Hopefully we can work something out.

(in the past I have been called as an interpreter as far away as Kyushu!)

Looking forward to your call

Thomas Blasejewicz

090-4846-6985

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About nyuwa

German acupuncturist living in Japan for 32 years. My ideas about "common sense" may not necessarily be common sense to others.
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