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For general use, you do not really want ”traditional fonts”, but full Chinese fonts or more general Unicode fonts, like Arial Unicode or Google Noto, or fonts of a proper subset of Unicode, like Hanamin or the Hanzi fonts included with Adobe reader (Adobe Kaiti, Adobe Heiti, Adobe Ming, Adobe Song). For web usage, there is absolutely no need to specify font ...


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I don't think it is a proper question for this site, but I do web developing as well. The reality As you know, Chinese fonts are not easy to make because we have thousands of characters, so we only have a few fonts. The most used fonts are PMingLiU(serif), Microsoft JhengHei(san-serif) and image font for headings like in Apple's website. How I would ...


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I have checked a few random news sites from HK and Taiwan, here are some examples of defining the font or font-family property: font-family: PMingLiu, mingliu, "細明體_HKSCS-ExtB", "Ming(for ISO10646)ExtB", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font: 18px/1.7 "Microsoft YaHei", "Verdana", "Arial", "PMingLiU", "sans-serif"; font: 15px/24px Simsun; ...



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