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The prices on this website include translation.There are a few things you need to know about purchasing translation services. And to err on the side of caution, I'm going to assume you're largely unaware of these facts. Firstly, if you want professional translation in language X, you need to hire a translator who is a native speaker of language X. (This is assuming, of course, that what you'd like translated is more than a few simple words or phrases.)
The production of absolutely error-free, nuanced, professional writing in any language requires a native speaker of that language. I began writing essays in Chinese (meaning I'd write out the characters by hand) during college in the early 1990's. I graduated from one of America's top Chinese language programs (my bachelor's degree in Chinese language and literature is from the University of Washington; I received the degree over 20 years ago in 1993). Of course, I read and check the translations produced by the professionals I work with.
Although I can speak, read and write Chinese myself, I have local Chinese translators take your English content (written by you or me) and turn it into educated, persuasive modern standard Chinese (i.e. Mandarin). This is standard practice among professionals in the translation industry.