[Translation] [Vietnamese] [The Curious Expedition] [PART 15-1108]
Project Details and Presentation
- The target project and my motivation : It have been showed by me in previous part
The curious exploration is a phantom-like exploration simulation that took place at the end of the nineteenth century. Following the famous adventurers, you will be joined into new expeditions in the heart of uncharted regions for fame, science and treasure.
Let's take a look at The Curious Expedition - 1.0 Release Trailer
To dowload this game you need:
OS: Windows XP
Processor: 2 GHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: 1280x720 minimum resolution, OpenGL 2.0 Support, recommended dedicated graphics card with 128 MB of RAM
Hard Drive: 150 MB available space
I like games when I was a girl. Games help me transform into characters, experiencing new emotions that practically impossible.
One more thing The Curious Expedition has beautiful game graphics, scoring modes, crossing the stage, increasing the level of players always have curious psychological, explore want to conquer.
In Vietnam the number of game players is quite large so I want to introduce this game for everyone to relax after hard work days, because this game I find quite interesting and easy to play even beginners.
It also has a demo version for you.
- Translation Overview
In this translation, what makes me notice is mummy. I watched many movies about mummies such as: The Mummy (1999), The Mummy Returns (2001), The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008), The Mummy (2017).
I decided to find out more information.
Meaning of Mummy
The word mummy in English is derived from medieval Latin, mumia, an borrowed word in Arabic from mūmiyyah (مومية), meaning "bitumen".
The word in Arabic is also borrowed from the Persian word mūmiya, meaning "bitumen".
The most famous mummies are intentionally preserved for specific preservation purposes, especially the ancient Egyptian ones. Egyptian culture believes that the body is a refuge for the soul, the Egyptians call it: Ka and that is a key part of man in the next life. In Egypt, the body is marinated in the way of an abdomen, removing many organs. Then the body is covered with natron, to accelerate dehydration and prevent decomposition.
The process of mummification of Egypt
The people who are responsible for preserving the dead bodies not only work based on their understanding of human anatomy, but also have to perform ritual stages in the process of marinating.
As soon as a person dies, their body is quickly brought to the mummified people to prevent premature decay. A typical embalming process takes 70 days in which skilled workers must race to complete the construction of the tomb.
The first step in the process of embalming the Egyptians is to remove all the organs that tend to rot as early as possible. The brain is removed by smashing the bone at the end of the nose with a chisel and inserting a special hook into the nostril to the skull. Then pick up the hook to break the brain. The loose brain is poured out of the skull through the nose by tilting the skull to one side.
Then the body was bathed with palm wine. Thanks to its high alcohol content, it will kill most bacteria that have begun to proliferate in the corpse at that time.
In the end, the body was covered with many linen sheets, some had charms attached to help the dead on their way to the afterlife. After many wrapping operations, the body is covered with hot pine resin, Plastic layer to ensure the layers will stay still
- Languages :
Source Language: English
Target Language: Vietnamese
Experience: I have shown my experience in application
- Word count:
My words count : 1108 (Proofreaded by LM @carlpei)
Untranslated words: 0
Total translated words : 1108
Proof of Authorship
- My activity was be shown in Crowdin project on the following link:
Firstly, I would like to thank LM @carlpei for his helpful and patient support. I feel very lucky to have Carl because of his positive encouragement, my ability of translation is improving everyday.
Secondly, send sincere thanks to all great members of Vietnamese team: lenancie, lecongdoo3, adam.tran.
Last is thanks from the bottom of my heart to Davinci and Utopian for running and developing this project to help more people know.