WASHINGTONSept. 14, 2015PRLog — Washington, DC (September 13, 2015) – Muuzii®, Inc., the world’s most universal and flexible mobile language translation and language learning service, announced today it will host “China Night at DuPont Circle” on Friday evening, September 18, 2015 and share with attendees the beauty of Chinese music and teach attendees how to write Chinese calligraphy.  The event is being co-hosted with the National Center for Sustainable Development (NCSD), a national 501(C)(3) not-for-profit whose mission is to harness the resources and efforts of Chinese and U.S. government-based agencies, business, industry, academia and not-for-profit communities of both countries and channel them into public-private initiatives promoting capacity building, sustainable economic development and investment projects, and practical applications in low carbon, climate resilience and clean-energy technologies and environmental remediation and redevelopment technologies.

“We are truly excited to host this event at the nation’s capitol,” said Eric Fang, Founder and Chairman of Muuzii®.  Our company originally launched service in China with the goal of providing an easy-to-use educational tool for teachers and students to easily translate between Chinese and English and we quickly grew to more than 6 million subscribers.  We are proud of our Chinese heritage and wanted to use this event to highlight Muuzii®’s English-Chinese language translation capabilities and allow attendees to use Muuzii® to write Chinese Calligraphy on canvases we are providing.

Mr. Fang further added, “We have been amazed at the warm acceptance of Washington, DC’s business community to sponsor this event with us.  We have created a tremendous event with the help of our sponsors that includes the DuPont Festival, the Embassy Row Hotel, the Washington Dunhuang Guzheng Academy, ArtJamz, The Free Canvas and the China-US Chamber of Commerce.  We invite all of Washington, DC to join us on that evening, between 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM.  After our event, the Embassy Row Hotel has graciously agreed to host an after party at their hotel.”

About Muuzii®

Muuzii® is the world’s most universal and flexible mobile language translation and language learning solution providing service between English and 40 of the world’s global languages.  Muuzii®’s solution is dramatically different that other platforms because Muuzii®’s service is delivered by text messaging and therefore operates on any mobile phone.  Muuzii is not an “app” and therefore does not require a smartphone, does not need connectivity to an expensive mobile data plan or to a Wi-Fi hotspot to operate.  Muuzii® also offers an Enterprise platform for its language translation and language learning services combined with a multi-lingual broadcast service ideally suited for commercial entities and government agencies.

Muuzii® is based in Washington, DC and has offices and operations in the US and China.  For more information, visit www.muuzii.com.

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