IGCS Instructionsedited by Hanno E. Lecher
Last updated on 28 Jan 2005
1. Chinese characters in this guide are encoded in Big-5 and now increasingly in Unicode (UTF-8). To read Chinese characters (on this page as well as on many others) you might need to make your PC Chinese compatible. You can download the needed software and/or fonts from the Internet. The following site gives further information:
2. The transcription used in this guide is the Hanyu Pinyin Romanization as used in the People's Republic of China. Please remember this when you are searching the IGCS.
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4. Copyright 1995 ff. by Hanno Lecher. This site may be linked to from any other Web pages. Contents may not be altered.
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