Lexi Blog


Here we look at the boom in Chilean Cinema that has happened over the last 20 years.
The term localisation often gets misused and is sometimes incorrectly used interchangeably with translation. Here we answer the question, what is localisation?
With the 100 year anniversary of the end of World War One we look at the development of the language of the Ottoman Empire.
The Irish language has a rich and fascinating history. Robert McGuinness looks at some of the fascinating facts about the language that you may not know
Taxi drivers can give a real insight into the heartbeat of place and can help you look under the bonnet of society. Our linguist was recently in Brazil and Paraguay and reports back on what he learned.
AI in the world of translation
We often get asked "Latin American Spanish and European Spanish; what is the difference?". In this blog we answer this age old question.
The Guarani language is a very good analogue for Māori, with the crucial variation of it having become a national language spoken not only by the indigenes of the country, but also by the descendants of the colonisers and the mestizo people resulting from their union.
Now that the big event is in the past, let's take a look some interesting facts about how football attracts so many fans, regardless of their language, ethnicity or religion.
Special Project Support, NZTC International NZTC International is pleased to introduce oneof our front desk staff and project managers: Pilar Cepeda