Oddly enough I just learned that the Chinese have begun a journal dedicated to translating articles from English to Chinese. This is part of the letter where they inform me that they have translated a Monthly paper of mine. (They received permission from the MAA -- I was not in the loop.)
"I am writing this letter on behalf of the editorial office of "Mathematical Advance in Translation", a translated journal which was sponsored by the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science (Chinese Academy of Sciences). The journal is non-profit targeting at providing a general information about the world mathematics advances. Many of the appearing articles are translated papers that are well selected from "Notices of AMS" and "Bulletin of AMS", "The Amer. Math. Monthly" and "Mathematics Magazine" of the Mathematical Association of American(MAA), “SIAM News" and " SIAM REVIEW", “EMS Newsletter" and et al. From the very first issue, it always states very clear the originations, including author, title, journal, year, volume and pages, to ensure the reader easily referring to the original. The distribution is in a small scale, only around 600-800 subscriptions, all of them at a cost price, but the journal was very welcomed among the mathematicians, especially those in the rural areas and the young school teachers to them such kind of material are not easily accessible."
For the curious (and the bilingual) here is a link to my paper in English:
Thomson, Brian S.
Monotone convergence theorem for the Riemann integral.
Amer. Math. Monthly 117 (2010), no. 6, 547--550.
and here is a link to a scan of the Chinese version that they published (ISSN 1003-3092):
[Chinese Language Version]
I have no idea how accurate and literate the translation is. Perhaps someone will comment?