ProMosaik Singapore is the website of ProMosaik GROUP dedicated to Singapore.
The translation agencies of ProMosaik GROUP, namely ProMosaik Translation, The Quality Translator, MBC, Menuuno, Rauhola and ProMosaik Workshop MT deliver translations into a wide range of languages from around the world.
Our main areas of expertise are technology, law, marketing, culture, patents, literature, social sciences, and medical industry.
There are four different official languages in Singapore: Chinese, English, Malay and Tamil. English is often used in a business context and is the language of instruction in many schools. Since a large part of the Singaporean population comes from southern China, many southern Chinese dialects are spoken in Singapore. The government launches annual campaigns to strengthen the influence of High Chinese. As a result, most ethnic Chinese now speak primarily High Chinese or English; only 16% still speak primarily dialects. ProMosaik Interlanguage offers online language courses to promote intercultural dialogue within Singapore and with the other countries all around the world. We are working towards people experiencing multilingualism as an enrichment.
ProMosaik offers you translations and localizations into different languages and cultures.
ProMosaik Children promotes the translation of fairy tales and fables into European languages in order to oppose discrimination and racism and to strive for a more peaceful world.
ProMosaik LAPH offers free publication of books and research papers by authors and researchers from Singapore. ProMosaik Poetry overcomes language barriers by translating poetry from many different languages.
ProMosaik also offers translation internships of 8 weeks for high school and university students in the field of human rights and alternative journalism.
In Singapore, ProMosaik focuses on the promotion of intercultural exchange between Singapore and other countries, especially from the South of the world, as well as on the prevention of racism and discrimination resulting from intercultural dialogue. Our goal is to be able to achieve a peaceful coexistence of different cultures by overcoming language barriers.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Write to us, call us at our headquarters in Istanbul or contact our partner in Singapore.
You can also find ProMosaik on social media.
Feel free to contact us to support our publishing projects ProMosaik LAPH and ProMosaik Children or to become part of our team of translators or authors!
The coordinators of ProMosaik Singapore look forward to hearing from you!
Here you can find the presentation video of ProMosaik Singapore.
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