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Gia Nghi describes what can happen when children are used as interpreters

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Published on Oct 18, 2011

Gia Nghi's parents used her as an interpreter when the family first arrived in New Zealand. She explains some of the issues this can cause.
The telephone interpretation service, Language Line, can prevent these issues happening by providing a professional interpreter. 42 languages are on offer. Language Line is run by the Office of Ethnic Affairs.

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