Ramadan Working Hours for House of Translation

Ramadan Kareem!

As we celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan, please note the working hours for House of Translation:

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House of Translation: The Official Interpreters at the Arab Media Forum 2017

House of Translation has recently been part of one of the biggest Media Events in the region: The Arab Media Forum 2017

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House of Translation Recently Finished Another Interpretation Event for the Global Village 21st Media Awards

House of Translation recently finished another interpretation event for the 21st Global Village Media Awards...

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Public Diplomacy and Government Communications Forum – Another Successful Interpretation Event for House of Translation

House of Translation just concluded another successful interpretation event for...

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House of Translation Just Concluded Another Successful Interpretation Event at Dana Ballroom

With an impressive portfolio of high profile clients, House of Translation is the leading professional provider of simultaneous interpretation services for meetings and events of all kinds in the UAE.

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House of Translation Just Concluded its Interpretation Event at Etihad Museum

House of Translation just concluded its interpretation event (Arabic - English) at Etihad Museum last Jan 18, 2017. Organized by Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, the event featured Mr. Abdulla Khouri, one of the biggest stamps collector.

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House of Translation Typing Center is now Open in Dnata Office near Clock Tower

Typing Center for House of Translation is officially open inside the Immigration Office in Dnata, near to Clock Tower Deira, Dubai UAE and is open Sunday to Thursday from 7:30AM to 7:30PM.

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Typing Center is open 24/7 in House of Translation Airport Terminal 3 branch

The Terminal 3 Branch of House of Translation, which is located inside the GDRFA Immigration office in Arrival Area, is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, and is accepting typing for Immigration, Emirates ID, Ejari, Medical Typing, etc.

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Endangered languages are struggling to survive in the modern world

The UNESCO World Atlas of endangered languages currently lists more than 3,000 languages. There are many reasons a language can become extinct.

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Ramadan Working Hours for House of Translation


Ramadan Kareem!

 

As we celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan, please note the working hours for House of Translation:

 

Translation Department                            – 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Global Visa Department                            – 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Typing Department:

Bin Sougat (Basement)                       – 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM

Bin Sougat (Mezzanine)                      – 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Bin Sougat (Inside Immigration)       – 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

DFC                                                        – 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Dnata                                                    – 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Airport Terminal 3                              – Open 24 Hours

 

Please be guided accordingly! Thanks

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House of Translation: The Official Interpreters at the Arab Media Forum 2017


House of Translation has recently been part of one of the biggest Media Events in the region: The Arab Media Forum 2017. House of Translation were the official interpreters of the event held at Madinat Jumeirah last May 1-2, 2017 participated by more than 3,000 participants and experts in the media industry to discuss the year’s theme “Civil Dialogue”.

As one of the best and most reliable Translation and Interpretation company in Dubai and the rest of the UAE, House of Translation provides accurate simultaneous interpretation services for meetings and events of all kinds in the UAE. We provide high level professional conference interpreters in all the major world languages for all types of bilingual and multilingual events, including: international conferences, management seminars, shareholders’ meetings, webcasts, conference calls and voice-overs.

Call us now for any translation and interpretation inquiries at 04-2363880 or visit us at www.houseoftranslation.ae for more details.

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House of Translation Recently Finished Another Interpretation Event for the Global Village 21st Media Awards


House of Translation recently finished another interpretation event for the 21st Global Village Media Awards held at Johara Ballroom, Madinat Jumeirah last April 19, 2017, organized by Done Events.

With one of the best and most reliable Translation and Interpretation company in the UAE, House of Translation provides accurate simultaneous interpretation services for meetings and events of all kinds in the UAE. We provide high level professional conference interpreters in all the major world languages for all types of bilingual and multilingual events, including: international conferences, management seminars, shareholders’ meetings, webcasts, conference calls and voice-overs.

Call us now for any translation and interpretation inquiries at 04-2363880 or visit us at www.houseoftranslation.ae for more details.

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Public Diplomacy and Government Communications Forum – Another Successful Interpretation Event for House of Translation


House of Translation just concluded another successful interpretation event for the Public Diplomacy and Communications Forum held at Dubai World Trade Center last March 12, 2017, organized by Government of Dubai Media Office and was launched under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

With an impressive portfolio of high profile clients, House of Translation is the leading professional provider of simultaneous interpretation services for meetings and events of all kinds in the UAE. We provide high level professional conference interpreters in all the major world languages for all types of bilingual and multilingual events, including: international conferences, management seminars, shareholders’ meetings, webcasts, conference calls and voice-overs.

Call us for any translation and interpretation inquiries at 04-2363880 or visit us at www.houseoftranslation.ae for more details.

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House of Translation Just Concluded Another Successful Interpretation Event at Dana Ballroom


House of Translation just concluded another successful interpretation event at Dana Ballroom, Four Seasons Resort Dubai last February 6, 2017, organized by UAE Gender Balanced Council together with UN Women and UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment (HLPWEE)

With an impressive portfolio of high profile clients, House of Translation is the leading professional provider of simultaneous interpretation services for meetings and events of all kinds in the UAE. We provide high level professional conference interpreters in all the major world languages for all types of bilingual and multilingual events, including: international conferences, management seminars, shareholders’ meetings, webcasts, conference calls and voice-overs.

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House of Translation Just Concluded its Interpretation Event at Etihad Museum


House of Translation just concluded its interpretation in Dubai event (Arabic – English) at Etihad Museum last Jan 18, 2017.

Organized by Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, the event featured Mr. Abdulla Khouri, one of the biggest stamps collector.

House of Translation is a full service language provider dedicated to providing accurate and culturally sensitive international communication services that meet and surpass industry standards.
For any interpretation or translation inquiries, you can call us at 04 236 3880 or email us at info@houseoftranslation.ae

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House of Translation Typing Center is now Open in Dnata Office near Clock Tower


Typing Center for House of Translation is officially open inside the Immigration Office in Dnata, near to Clock Tower Deira, Dubai UAE and is open Sunday to Thursday from 7:30AM to7:30PM. We will be accepting typing for Immigration(DNRD), Emirates ID, Ejari, Medical, etc.

See you there!

 

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Typing Center is open 24/7 in House of Translation Airport Terminal 3 branch


The Terminal 3 Branch of House of Translation, which is located inside the GDRFA Immigration office in Arrival Area, is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, and is accepting typing for Immigration, Emirates ID, Ejari, Medical Typing, etc.

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Endangered languages are struggling to survive in the modern world


The UNESCO World Atlas of endangered languages currently lists more than 3,000 languages. There are many reasons a language can become extinct. Extinction is usually attributed to military, economic, religious, cultural or educational suppression; globalization also contributes to the neglect of minority languages. Linguists have struggled to preserve and revitalize endangered languages for many years and make use of new technologies and media to preserve the cultural identity and the cultural knowledge associated with the languages.

Survival International, an organization that supports tribal people worldwide, and VOGA (Vanishing Voices of the Great Andamanese) deal with endangered languages. Both recently reported on their efforts to preserve the Bo language even after the death of the last known speaker Boa Senior, the only native speaker for nearly 40 years. The language dates back 65,000 years to Africa and was spoken on the Andaman Islands. Since January 2010, Bo has been considered a dead language, and it isn’t only linguists that mourn its extinction. Anthropologists also mourn the last Bo speaker since her death means the loss of historical knowledge and a cultural identity. The director of Survival International commented on this, “With the death of Boa Sr. and the extinction of the Bo language, now a unique part of our human society is nothing more than a memory. Bo’s death should be a warning to us all and not just the other tribes of the Andaman Islands.”

Boa Senior’s death was reported on by the BBC by K. David Harrison. Harrison is the author of The Last Speakers: The Quest to Uncover the World’s Most Endangered Languages, and has appeared in The Linguists, a documentary about the efforts to capture endangered languages. At the film’s premiere at the Sundance Film Festival 2008 it received worldwide recognition. Harrison equates the survival of languages with the survival of species and speaks in this context of a parallel extinction. Harrison believes that 80% of the species are unknown, and even 80% of the languages are not yet documented. He emphasizes the important relationship that exists between our language and the environment in which we live. Harrison is also a strong supporter of new technologies which can help to make people aware of endangered languages. After The Linguist documentary aired at various film festivals, in 2009 it was published on the Babelgum website: “If the internet is used properly, it can be an enormous influence on enhancing the people’s awareness and may help to preserve minority languages.”

International organizations and institutions share this view. The European Union is funding a project for the protection and preservation of languages. The ELDIA program (European Language Diversity for All) has a grant of almost €3 million and makes use of the so-called “vitality barometer”, a gauge to show the risk of a language. ELDIA focuses its work on 14 Finno-Ugric languages, such as Meänkieli in Sweden, and the variant of the Estonian language, which is spoken by Estonian workers in Germany.

Under the “Endangered Language Program” Rosetta Stone created a 2010 Chitimacha language version of its software. The objective of this program is to “prevent global language extinction”.

The people and organizations that are fighting for the survival of these languages will do anything to ensure that future generations cannot lose sight of this problem. Or to express it in the words K. David Harrison: “The fate of these languages is in the hands of the few remaining speakers, or rather, in their minds and mouths. Let’s listen to them, as long as it is still possible. “
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