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TRANSLATE MIR (мир in Russian) means "translate peace." We believe that the promise of translation is producing harmony, creating peace. TRANSLATE MIR is committed to that principle in all of our work. We have a special interest in working with individuals and organizations engaged in humanitarian causes around the world. Please, get in touch with us, if you would like to work together.











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About our translators:
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Peter Ward is a professional Russian linguist interested in improving communication between the English and Russian speaking worlds. He received a Master’s degree in Russian, East European and Eurasian studies from the University of Oregon where his research focused on the potential for humanitarian cooperation between Russia and the United States. Peter also became interested in translation at the University of Oregon, recognizing its utility for improving communication and increasing transparency in international relations. Peter has lived and worked in Russia for much of his life and has traveled extensively throughout Eastern Europe. He currently resides and works in Corvallis, Oregon.

Daria Moscalu has been a professional Russian medical interpreter and translator since 2018.

Originally from Moldova, Daria is a native speaker of both Russian and Romanian. She started learning English in school when she was seven years old and successfully continued throughout her education. Daria studied International Relations and Political Science at the Institute of International Relations of Moldova where she discovered her interest in translation and interpreting.

Daria has lived in the United States since 2012 working in different fields, traveling, exploring American culture and improving her English skills. She currently lives in Boston, Massachusetts.


Ryan Zhuo is a professional Russian translator. The second child of Chinese immigrants, Ryan has been translating and interpreting between English, Mandarin, and Fuzhounese for the immigrant community quite literally since he was seven. He graduated summa cum laude from Binghamton University with a B.A. in Russian Language and Literature and has studied Russian and translation at the Higher School of Economics, the Advanced Critical Language Institute, and Altai State Pedagogical University. Ryan is interested in how translation can bridge U.S.-Russia relations and is looking forward to continuing his education at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in the fall of 2021. He currently resides in Kyiv, Ukraine.