Free Seminar- New Study Opportunities in Japan

Greatest appeal of studying in Japan is its academic environment where you can select programs from various sophisticated disciplines including state of the art technology and acquire knowledge that enabled Japan’s phenomenal growth. 13 Leading Universities are here in Bangalore to talk to you. Do not miss this rare opportunity (Its free). Sunday , Jan 30th 2011, 1 PM to 5 PM, Taj Residency, 41/3, MG Road, Bangalore Participating Universities Tohoku University/ University of Tsukuba/ The University of Tokyo/ Nagoya University/ Kyoto University/ Osaka University/ Kyushu University/ Keio University/ Sophia University/ Meiji University/ Waseda University/ Doshisha University/ Ritsumeikan University

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 Japanese Translation Ethics

Unethical behavior for the japanese translation profession can be in many forms. Japanese translators are usually on deadlines with clients or projects and it's important to be truthful to your service and client in terms of what you can accomplish in a given time. If you come to terms with a client and agree to finish a job by a certain deadline, it is unethical to decide not to complete that job or not complete it on time without the knowledge of the client. They usually have deadlines and target time as well, and not respecting those is not only bad for business, but is also unethical.

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