Mr. Wong See Choon PPT is a well-known journalist-turn law translator and publisher in Malaysia, who personally translated and published over 20 local acts and enactments under the Chinese Translation of Malaysian Law Series, including Companies Act 1965 and Income Tax Act 1967 (please refer to detailed booklist).

He was the United States Government’s Translation Specialist for eight years, specializing in translating Chinese laws into English.

In 2002, he was made a lecturer for the Corporate Directors Training Programme (CDTP) sponsored by the Companies Commission of Malaysia, following his translation and publication of the Companies Act 1965.

Mr. Wong is currently president, editor and translator of Sinyatat Law Translations and Publications Centre. His publications are not available in bookshops, but only exclusively exhibited and promoted in special functions and now through his own website: www.sinyatat.com

A. Personal Particulars:
Name:Wong See Choon (黃 士 春) PPT
Gender:Male
Date of Birth:6 Jan 1941
Nasionality:Malaysian
Business Address:B-G-2, Tingkat Meru Valley,
Meru Valley Golf Resort,
Jalan Bukit Meru, 30020 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
Tel:605-528-3228, 6012-522-3729
Fax/Tel:605-527-3226
Tel: wsc@sinyatat.com, ccwong33@yahoo.com

B. Field of Specialization:
English<>Chinese legal translation.

C. Career Background:
1961-1985 : Reporter/Chief Reporter of Nanyang Siang Pau, Malaysia specializing in legal and court reporting.
1983-1989 : Formed and managed Sinyatat Law Translation & Publication Centre, personally translating and publishing the Chinese Translation of Malaysian Law Series, totaling 24 law books.
1990-1997 : U.S. Government Translation specialist, specializing in translating PRC laws into English.
1998 : Retired from U.S. Government Service, back to Malaysia to continue Malaysian law translation and publication.
2000-2001 : Translated and published Malaysian Companies Act, 1965 in Chinese as an important reference book for non-English-speaking company directors.
2002- : Mandarin speaker for Corporate Directors’Training Programme CDTP), sponsored by the Company Commission of Malaysia (CCM), covering the following modules --
1. The Duties and Responsibilities of Company Directors,
2. Law and Practices of Company Meetings, and
3. The Importance of Good Corporate Governance.
4. Common Offences Committed by Company Directors under the Companies Act, 1965.
Jalan Bukit Meru, 30020 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
1990-1997 : U.S. government translator specializing in translating PRC laws into English.
1983-1989 : Formed, owned and managed Sinyatat Law Translations & Publications Centre (信 雅 達 法 律 翻 譯 出 版 社), personally translating 24 English-enacted Malaysian acts and enactments into Chinese, and published under the Chinese Translation of Malaysian Law Series. (see Works Translated and Published below)
1961-1984 : Reporter/Chief Reporter of Nanyang Siang Pau (南 洋 商 報) Malaysia, specializing in legal and court reporting.

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