Keeping Chinese Version of our Web Site Current

We have a rapidly changing web site for our company. We ofent make changes 2 or 3 times a week.

We have a Chinese language version of our web site that is out of date.

We want to explore ways to keep the Chinese version updated & consistent with the English language version. None of use who maintain / update the web site speak or write Chinese.

How can we do this?

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hmm...a magic wand comes to mind...

Or perhaps a web developer who reads and writes Chinese could help?

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You could try Altavista's Babel Fish

Or perhaps Google:

From experience, I have found the translation of these tool to be "lacking in quality". If you absolutely cannot afford to hire extra help, I would use one of the tools above and put a disclaimer so individuals know that they are reading the translated results of an automated process.
Forced accept.

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