CJKV stands for Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese and is an acronym used to describe these far-east languages and writing systems that contain more than 256 individual characters and can therefore only be represented by more than one byte per character. CJKV is a particular term used in Globalization - this category deals with the process in general. Individual language categories exist for specific languages.

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Character Tables by Koichi Yasuoka
Mainly concentrating on Chinese, Japanese and Korean character tables. Also includes some European and Western tables.
CJK Character Sets and Encoding Forms
Short descriptions, examples and browser tests.
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