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Ok. Thank you very much! The link in the comment to http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/35121/42880 helped with the answer. Of course typing unicode in directly would be the best solution, but one would break ones fingers and we have everyting in pinyin already. So here is the solution using the gb4epackage for glossing: \documentclass{book} ...

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The 4 basic typefaces for typography are 宋 (or 明), 黑, 楷, 仿宋, where 楷 is the calligraphic one. A set of free OpenType fonts for Simplified Chinese, Fandol fonts, are available in CTAN (TeX Live, MiKTeX). % !TeX encoding = UTF-8 % !TeX program = xelatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xeCJK} \newCJKfontfamily\kaishu{FandolKai-Regular.otf} ...

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You should find a font which contains these glyphs and have your desired style. This is just an example from a font called Ming Imperial which is in TrueType format, and is usable by XeTeX: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \newfontfamily{\imp}{Ming Imperial} \begin{document} \imp\noindent\Huge{a\\b\\c\\d\\e\\f\\g\\h} \end{document} And ...

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