Chinese Fonts: Simplified and Traditional

Chinese is written in two different varieties of characters: Traditional and Simplified. The characters in Traditional Chinese are often more intricate composed of many strokes; while the characters in Simplified Chinese uses forms which have been reduced to fewer strokes. Beyond the graphical contrasts of the two characters, they are used in different areas and by different Chinese speakers. Simplified Chinese characters are officially used in Mainland China, Singapore and Malaysia, and used in some overseas Chinese communities. Traditional Chinese characters are officially used in Taiwan, HongKong and Macau, and used by many Overseas Chinese communities. Most common font styles are Song, Fang Song, Kai, Hei, Li and Wei.
Hei is a popular font that pairs well with Helvetica.

Featured font: Linotype/Chinatype M Hei Simplified Chinese

M Hei PRC – Simplified Chinese

M Hei PRC Std is available in 4 weights. View font details. Order fonts >>>

Quick view of other Chinese fonts:

M Yuen Simplified Chinese

M Gentle Simplified Chinese
http://www.linotype.com/860398/MGentlePRC-family.html

M Elle Simplified Chinese

C Yuen Simplified Chinese

C Yuen 2 Simplified Chinese

C Hei 2 Simplified Chinese

C Hei 3 Simplified Chinese
Chei3

M Sung Simplified Chinese

C Wei Bei Simplified Chinese

M Kai Simplified Chinese

C Xing Kai Simplified Chinese
C Xing Kai

C Xing
C Xing PRC

C XLi Simplified Chinese
CXLi

View more Simplified Chinese fonts – Click here.
View more Traditional Chinese fonts – Click here.
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