1st place: Lucy Takato
2nd place: Kuochoe Nikoi-Kotei
Finalists: Ria Ludemann、Kaley Kriminger、Kimberly Miller and Chris McCabe
Japanese to English Contest
1st place: E25 Lucy Takato (Setagaya, Tokyo)
2nd place: E38 Kuochoe Nikoi-Kotei (Accra, Ghana)
Finalists: E2 Ria Ludemann E10 Kaley Kriminger E17 Kimberly Miller E30 Chris McCabe
English to Japanese Contest
1st place: J24 Chiaki Matsumoto (Ontario, Canada)
2nd place: J51 Shintaroh Yamada (Vancouver, Canada)
Finalists: J10 Yumiko Kudo J18 Rie Ihara J45 Kenichi Matsuura J48 Masae Yamamoto
The finalists of the Ninth Annual JAT Contest for New and Aspiring Japanese/English Translators are:
E02 E10 E17 E25 E30 E38
J10 J18 J24 J45 J48 J51
The first- and second-place winners will be announced by mid-February 2013.
Source texts, finalists translation and judges commentaries of the past eight Japanese-to-English contests (refer to the Japanese site for English-to-Japanese contests by clicking 日本語 at the upper right of this page):Read more...
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Seeking to encourage talented people to enter the translation field, JAT is pleased to announce its ninth annual Japanese/English translation contest for new and aspiring translators. The actual passage to be translated is a real-life text—the sort of thing a working commercial translator might well be called upon to do.