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我们 and 我們 are same, except 们 is simplified character, and 們 is traditional character. See this for more details: Simplified Chinese characters


No. It became a variant way earlier than that. There may well have been a document to that effect in 1995, but it would not have been anything new. It is well established that 劵 and 券 were two different seal scripts characters, as @HenryHO points out. However, according to Qing Dynasty linguist Tuan Yu-tsai's annotated version of Shuo-wen Chieh-Tzu: 【清·...


This is discussed extensively in this thread: A quote Because the "simplified" version of this character was made PRC standard when the new character lists were published. Even though nothing was actually simplified. There was a committee in China tasked with simplifying and standardizing ...


I have finally managed to locate the document and the forum thread that lead me to it: User pts posted the best comments on the Skritter thread "刀/力 recognition" from November 2011: 1. 券 [quàn] means tickets or bonds. This one is easy. defines 劵 [juàn] as 倦 (tired, exhausted). In ...

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