Language Services For Wujin

Wujin District is a district under the jurisdiction of Changzhou in Jiangsu province of the People’s Republic of China. In 2005 Wujin was ranked as 8th in the top 100 best cities and counties in mainland China. China has great physical diversity. The eastern plains and southern coasts of the country consist of fertile lowlands and foothills.

Historical, Cultural facts & Religion

In 2005 the total population was recorded at 951,000 people, a decline from the 1.2m inhabitants recorded in 1999. In 2005 Wujin was ranked as 8th in the top 100 best cities and counties in mainland China. On May 7, 2015, Qishuyan District became a part of the Wujin District.

Brief City  History

But when I drove past Wujin in the early 1990s, I didn’t even bother to stop because I saw nothing but farmland and factories on one side and Taihu Lake on the other. I learned later that Wujin was home to the exotic 2,500-year-old Yancheng Imperial Palace (aka Spring and Autumn Flooded City) – the remains of an ancient city from the Spring and Autumn Period and Warring States Period (770-221 BC), with its three concentric moats and walls. And this age-old city has also become China’s hope for the future as well. China’s Agenda 21 decided in 1994 that neither humanity nor nature benefited from megacities – that the future was in small and medium sustainable cities. China’s choice of Wujin as its model city (Wujin was a county-level city from 1995 to 2002) of the future was ironic, given that Wujin is right upriver from Shanghai, the world’s largest city by population.

A decade later, the ancient palace was still the heart of Wujin, but the formerly foul moats teemed with fish, fowl and wildlife and green coverage had tripled from 11.1 percent in 1997 to 30.25 percent in 2007. Wujin pays great attention to protecting both its natural and cultural heritage, spending three percent of its GDP on greening its environment, which in turn has boosted the local economy. It is now a major tree producer with 1,500 varieties of trees and flowers. I was told that half a billion U.S dollars in annual expenditure were paid as the salaries to Wujin’s 70,000 flower and tree workers.

Language (s) Written & Spoken

Wu language, variety of Chinese dialects spoken in Wujin, in south-eastern Jiangsu province, and in Zhejiang province by more than 8 percent of the population of China (some 85 million people) at the turn of the 21st century.

Important Types of Commerce in Wujin

Unlike many Chinese cities, Wujin continued to prosper even during the upheavals of the Cultural Revolution of 1966–76. Today Wujin is an important industrial center for textiles, food processing, engineering (diesel engines, generators, transformers and other machinery), and high technology.

Language Services US and others will provide working with Wujin

Wujin is becoming a multicultural city that has a growing need for professional translations and interpreters. Wujin has a need for communication across languages and that is where language services can help. Whether you need Wu language driver’s license translation, Wu language marriage certificate translation, Wu language business document translation or Wu language legal document translation, Wu language medical document translation, or a Wu language website translation, language services can help.

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