Nice job with translating the Lab framework and adding a translation to one of the sample interactives there.
Have you been making all of your changes through the github website so far, or did you clone the repository to your local machine and use either the command line git commands or some application that gives a nice user interface to make those commits?
The next thing to do would be to make changes in the lab-interactives-site repo, so you can get the interactives you are interested in translated. Until we push your recent changes to production you can see the changes you make (either locally or through pull requests) using the development environment of lab.concord.org
See image here to see how to access that:
Perhaps we should set up a time to talk to work out the best way to move forward on that (either by working on a local copy of the repository, or by using the github website to add the new files directly).
You can also try to follow the directions I sent earlier for setting up the local copy and then contact me if you get stuck in setting up a local environment. If you just want to translate a few interactives, it might be simpler to just use the github website interface for making the changes.