The Writers For Hire, Inc., International is devoted to bridging the language and culture gap between entrepreneurs and established companies in China and potential markets in the English-speaking world.
Our company provides expert translation and English language writing, editing, print, and web services to Chinese energy and high-tech manufacturing companies seeking entry into English-speaking markets worldwide. Our account executives are based in Beijing, China and the United States. We will provide you and your company with personalized strategic communications counsel, speech presentation and marketing services to ensure your firm’s success.
For Further Information, please contact Nik Ma (Ma Yinan) or Dr. Arielle Emmett.
隆重介绍暨艾素珊博士加入The Writers for Hire携手开拓中国商业文书写作市场我们的目标：The Writers for Hire International，致力于帮助有开拓西方市场意愿的中方企业消除外语商业文书上的语言壁垒和文化差异。
了解详细信息请联系：Nik Ma 或者 艾素珊博士。
Yinan (Nik) Ma
Nik Ma is our new China Marketing & Communications Specialist based in Beijing. A recent graduate from Northwestern University with a Master of Science degree in Communication, Nik is a Chinese national and native speaker. He excels in all aspects of bilingual communications –public speaking, media relations, writing, and client services. As our chief China liaison, Nik will serve as translator and account executive working closely on Chinese business with senior editor and China partner, Dr. Arielle Emmett.
Dr. Arielle Emmett 艾素珊博士
Arielle Emmett joined The Writers for Hire after a 30-year career in science, technology, and international journalism education. Early in her career, during the Watergate era, Arielle was selected as a journalism intern for The New York Times columnist William Safire, and she was a correspondent for Newsweek. She has worked as an editor for Science Digest, as a reporter and features staff writer for the Detroit Free Press, and as a columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer and The American Journalism Review. She also has held senior editor and editor-in-chief positions at leading technical magazines and was a 10-year contributing editor at The Scientist. Arielle’s work has been published in Parents, Ms., OMNI, and Toronto Globe & Mail, among other publications. In 2011 she completed her doctoral dissertation in visual media and iconic photography at the University of Maryland. Since then, Arielle has taught science communications and on-line journalism at Temple and Drexel Universities, International College Beijing, and University of Hong Kong.