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Table of General Standard Chinese Characters
Simplified Chinese通用规范汉字表
Traditional Chinese通用規範漢字表
Literal meaningGeneral Use Standardized Chinese Character Table

The Table of General Standard Chinese Characters (Chinese: 通用规范汉字表; pinyin: Tōngyòng Guīfàn Hànzì Biǎo) is the current standard list of 8,105 Chinese characters published by the government of the People's Republic of China and promulgated in June 2013. Of the characters included, 3,500 are in Tier I and designated as frequently used characters, a reduction from the 7,000 in the earlier List of Commonly Used Characters in Modern Chinese; Tier II includes 3,000 characters that are designated as commonly used characters but less frequently used than those in Tier 1; Tier III includes characters commonly used as names and terminology. The list also offers a table of correspondences between 2,546 Simplified Chinese characters and 2,574 Traditional Chinese characters, along with other selected variant forms. This table replaced all previous related standard, and provides the authoritative list of characters and glyph shapes for Simplified Chinese in China.

Non-BMP characters

In Unicode, some characters in the Table of General Standard Chinese Characters are located outside of the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP).

See also