Traditional Chinese characters

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Traditional Chinese characters is one of the two commonly used forms of writing Chinese languages. As its name shows, it is the traditional written form of the Chinese language. The name Traditional Chinese characters is used for contrast to Simplified Chinese characters.

Traditional Chinese characters are used in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, while people living in Mainland China, Singapore and Malaysia use Simplified Chinese characters for their writings.

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