February 26, 2022 at 7:00:00 PM
Transferable Skills: From Gamer to Chinese Games Translator
Presenter / Panelists
Lani Nelson (SUNY New Paltz ‘13)
Kristine Harris (Wellesley Chinese & English BA ’86; Columbia EALAC MA/PhD ’97) is an Associate Professor of History and Asian Studies at SUNY New Paltz
A quarter of the world’s video game industry revenues are from China. Chinese online games are gaining increasing attention globally. How do these games gain an international audience of players, and what are the skills, tools, and knowledge required of translators to facilitate this process?
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