Simplified Chinese

Simplified Chinese characters have been put in use by the Chinese government in the 1950s and 1960s reforming the writing script to encourage literacy by reducing the number of strokes and reducing the total number of characters. They are mainly used in the mainland China today and in Singapore.

Books 1

Three volume research and dialogues about typography in China, including its history and development, conventions and contemporary practice.

Blogs 1

2020 has been an extraordinary year, one that has taught us many lessons and forced us to set priorities. During this time, our priority became to work on all the living writing scripts of the world.
16 December 2020

Authors 1

Arphic Technology is a type foundry based in Taiwan, with over 30 years of experience in developing Chinese, Japanese and Korean fonts....