{cjk} is about typesetting documents in Chinese/Japanese/Korean.

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Russian and Japanese and biblatex oh my

I'm trying to typeset a book with bibliography entries in English, Russian and Japanese. Getting the bibliography to work right is driving me mad. I have got pretty close (I think) by cobbling ...
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path for chinese font with ConTeXt

I already use ConTeXt for maths and am fully satisfied, but now I need to write a document with text in chinese. I've read the different PDFs (mchinese.pdf and Uptodate) available here and I visited ...
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Document Bibliographies with CJK and Pandoc

Very new to LaTeX and only limited exposure via pandoc, I'm converting markdown English article that contains Japanese and Korean bibliography sources to PDF via LaTeX using pandoc, which allows the ...
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Why does \noindent with CJK text prevent document from compiling?

I had a large linguistics example document with example text from many different languages, which stopped compiling when I transferred it to a new Mac (with all the same software and TeX ...
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Latex-Suite Mapping Using Fullwidth Characters

Currently I am using Latex-Suite to edit an document that contains CJK characters for more than 90%, and therefore mainly using an input method that outputs fullwidth characters. I tried to define ...
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Why xeCJK cannot work´╝č

I tried to use LaTeX with the package xeCJK to typeset Chinese chars. But when I was compiling my .tex document, I got a lot of errors. The code and the screenshot of error msg are showed below. ...
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Problems with Korean characters and ArXiv

Here is the minimum working example. \documentclass[12pt]{article} \title{Sample} \author{Me} \pagenumbering{gobble} ...
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utf8 input encoding with biblatex for CJK

This is a follow up on the "utf8 input encoding encoding with biblatex" which nicely solves the problem for accented Roman charachters. Now what would have to be done if the bibliography containse a ...