TEAMs Translation

Traditional East Asian Medicine & Scholarship Translation is community based, creative common licensed online translation platform open to both the public and translators alike (lay and professional), implementing easy to use cooperative tools. Translation from pre-modern sources for traditional east asian medicine, east asian religious & theoretical studies, and history.

Creative Commons & Free
All translations are released under the creative commons non-commercial non-adaptive must attribute license. Anonymous browsing, basic membership accounts and contributing member accounts are completely free. Each account level comes with various levels of features and tools. We recommend signing up for the basic or contributing membership account to access more features.

Collaberative Translation

Free feature rich platform for posting collaborative translation between contributing members online.

Personal Translation

Take advantage of our platform and tools to post full or partial translations under the creative common license and retain your ownership of the content.

Free Membership

Free to read and free to contribute. Only requires a simple free membership sign up.

Creative Commons

Content avaliable under the creative commons non-commercial non-adaptive must attribute license (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International).

Visiting Members

View translated materials, comment, request translations and even bookmark your favorites for later.

Shared Termlist

Contribute to the shared term dictionary and build a comprehensive database of Chinese-English terms organically.



Traditional East Asian Medicine & Scholarship Translation (TEAMs Translation) boasts a full range of online tools:

  • Host, share and read translation online
  • Search automatically indexed content
  • Browse content by book or faceted search
  • Read and comment on translations
  • Bookmark your favorite pages
  • Tap into our community created chinese-english term list

“Translators are the shadow heroes of literature, the often forgotten instruments that make it possible for different cultures to talk to one another, who have enabled us to understand that we all, from every part of the world, live in one world.”

Paul Auster

Non-Registered

Free

Non-Registered visitors

  • No Account Needed
  • Browse Translations
  • Read Comments

Basic

Free

Basic Members Account

  • Browse Translations
  • Search Content
  • Add Comments
  • Bookmark Content

Contributing

Free

Contributing Members Account

  • Basic Functions +
  • Add/Edit Translations
  • Contributor Tools
  • Private Commenting