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Steve Underwood wrote:

> The growing popularity of traditional Chinese in the PRC (yes, its 
> making a comeback), and a more relaxed political environment, probably 
> means more combined fonts will appear, and could become the norm.

Traditional Chinese characters are always used in mainland China in whatever
kind of political environment.  The rule is if your audience is general
public, use unchanged + simplified characters only; if your audience is
classics researcher, use unchanged + traditional characters.
Unchanged + simplified characters are recommended for any other purpose,
but no one will care if you don't.  I think all the countries have similar
policy.  Is that true that we should try to get our spelling right when using
English here?


Yao Zhang

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