Linearis to take part in Lithuanian Exporters Forum

Lithuanian Exporters Forum will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania on Thursday, 26 January. Linearis Translations CEO Voldemārs Brēdiķis is one of the speakers at the forum. At the conference, Linearis Translations CEO will share the unique experience in developing business in translation industry and corporate consulting in China where Linearis has been doing business for over six years. Voldemārs Brēdiķis will briefly talk about the business etiquette in China, ways of making new business contacts and preconditions for growing a successful business in this exotic market.

Lithuanian Exporters Forum will bring together entrepreneurs and business professionals who are actively seeking new export markets. More information available at:

See you at the Lithuanian Exporters Forum!


Santa visiting the office of Linearis Translations

The team of Linearis Translations wishes an amazing year ahead full of pleasant and unforgettable moments!

May this Christmas bring you all the love and luck in the world!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


Latvians to come together for Christmas celebration in Beijing

On 22 December 2016, Linearis Translations office in Beijing in cooperation with the Embassy of the Republic in Latvia in the People’s Republic of China in Beijing are organising a Christmas celebration for Latvian nationals living in China.

In Latvia, the joyous and delightful waiting time for Christmas is already in full swing. However, because of the different time when this celebration takes place in the People’s Republic of China, Latvians who study and work there are not able to go on holiday and spend Christmas with their families and loved ones in a true Latvian spirit and with a traditional Christmas feast.

So, to bring joy to the Latvians living in China, Linearis Translations office in Beijing as the largest organisation of Latvian nationals in China in cooperation with the Embassy of the Republic of Latvia in the People’s Republic of China have taken up the honourable task to organise a Christmas celebration for our nationals. Everyone will be able to come together in a relaxed environment, bake gingerbread cookies, enjoy snacks and mulled wine, sing festive songs and share their Christmas rhymes by the Christmas tree.

Everyone who wishes to join our Christmas celebration in Latvian style is welcome to join us on 22 December. To find out more information on the event location and programme, contact Linearis Translations Senior Project Manager Agnese Stūrmane by sending an e-mail to


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Agnese Stūrmane, Linearis Translations Beijing Ltd. Senior Project Manager

GSM: +86 1551075 2464

Office 1202, Hong Tian Business Center,

Dongzhimenwaixiejie 42,

Dongcheng, Beijing, PRC, 100027,


Linearis Translations becomes a cooperation partner of the Latvian Business Angel Network

We are pleased to announce that in December this year Linearis Translations has become a cooperation partner of Latvian Business Angel Network (LatBAN). The goal of the society is to expand and develop investors’ network in Latvia and to help fund new and promising projects.

Our Member of the Board Voldomārs Brēdiķis already for a quite long time advises new projects and gives support in realization of ideas. Therefore, a step also for Linearis to conclude the cooperation agreement with LatBAN is only logical in order to give everyday support for both – work of the society and successful development of new projects.

Linearis Translations regularly cooperates with start-up companies by helping provide qualitative technical and translations of other fields. We will be glad for many new projects which succeeded in funding attraction for realization of their projects.

Uganda – the Hidden Pearl of Africa

Linearis Translations is congratulating our client Embassy of the Republic of Uganda on Uganda’s 54th Independence Day.

The official celebration took part on the October 9 at Kempinski Hotel in Beijing, and Linearis Translations team was honored to be one of the many guests to join the joyful celebration.

Guests arriving were greeted by traditional music played on wooden drums, while dancers were performing along the uplifting music. On the big screen videos of the natural beauty that Uganda has to offer were screened and inspired many of us to travel there one day ourselves. The Ambassador H. E. Madibo Charles Wagidoso greeted the distinguished guests and gave a lovely speech pointing out how much the relations among China and Uganda have improved and become closer during the past years.

Uganda, strategically located in the heart of East Africa, established bilateral relations with China when it first declared independence from Great Britain in 1962. Since then, Uganda is embracing more and more Chinese investments, especially in industry, agricultural processing, and infrastructure for tourism. Furthermore, China remains one of Uganda’s leading trading partners. According to statistics, the trade volume between the two countries in 2012 came to $575.5 million, of which China’s exports were $546.01 million, and imports $29.49 million.

In order to steadily continue increasing economic relations among the regions, several upcoming events are planned all over China by Embassy of the Republic of Uganda.

In addition to strengthening economic ties, attracting more Chinese tourists to the region is on the agenda.  Tourism is a growing segment in Uganda and over 1.3 million tourist arrivals were recorded in 2014. In order to give a glimpse of some of the treasures hidden in Uganda, during the event travel guides were distributed to the guests. Though well designed, they could capture just a tiny fraction of the natural beauty Uganda holds. Just to name a few interesting facts, Uganda has 54% of all the mountain gorillas in the world, there are over 1060 bird species in Uganda and one can literary begin bird watching right after departure from the airport. Moreover, Africa’s largest and highest mountain range, the Rwenzori Mountains are found on the western rim of the Great Rift Valley that goes through Uganda. Uganda is also the source of the Nile, the world’s longest river that flows from Lake Victoria, the largest tropical fresh water lake, and the world’s second largest fresh water lake. With over 45 languages and dialects, Uganda is a rich cultural mixing pot right in the heart of Africa. The rich cultural diversity means a variety in foods, national costumes, diverse customs and beliefs. After Sunday’s event I don’t doubt Uganda really has a lot to offer and has amazing food to serve.

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