I can do for Chinese and Esperanto (Development)
if you want, please send the text to my email.
The current state is downloadable from Github. You can download the files separately by opening one in the browser, clicking the button "Raw" and comy and paste the code into a new file in a text editor. When you save the file, you must pay attention to the text encoding. The file must be saved in UTF-8 encoding.
For finding the relevant code lines I recommend to search for the string
<!-- because the "to dos" begins with this string (complete marking:
<!-- TODOS -->). Please provide the eight strings in this thread in a separate reply.
A translation to Esperanto would be a completely new sub project. In this case it would be proper to take the file
english.lang, to rename it to esperanto.lang and to translate all strings one after each other. When the translation is done, contact us here in the forum to clarify the way for submission of the result.
Thank you so far.
Trenne niemals Müll, denn er hat nur eine Silbe!