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Translation Cuts Crime at Chinese Restaurants

World Journal, Posted: Apr 12, 2009

NEW YORK A security advisory translated into Chinese by the police in Norwalk, VA., helped reduce crime against Chinese restaurants, reports the World Journal. Seventeen Chinese restaurants in Norwalk were robbed in 2008, and another three were robbed this January. Police officer Karen Alsup had the polices English security advisory translated into Chinese and distributed copies to about 40 Chinese restaurants. Tina Chen, who works in a Chinese restaurant, said the security advisory is easy to understand. It makes her feel safe to follow the security tips on it. No robbery has occurred at Chinese restaurants in Norwalk since January.


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