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How does one type Chinese in LaTeX?

I am a Chinese college student and I want to write a resume with LaTeX; I have the package moderncv but I don't know how to input Chinese characters. Could someone give me some help please?

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    Your question really seems to be more about how to use Chinese with LaTeX, in which case the following question is a duplicate: How does one type Chinese in LaTeX. On using CV packages, see LaTeX template for resume/curriculum vitae. – Alan Munn Dec 29 '12 at 15:30
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moderncv provides a Chinese template, available for example on ctan.

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  • Wouldn't it make more sense to implement this in XeLaTeX using XeCJK? – Alan Munn Dec 29 '12 at 16:34
  • I was not aware of XeCJK... Is there any difference with CJK, other than that it works with XeLaTeX? Which of them works with LuaLaTeX? – Xavier Dec 29 '12 at 16:38
  • XeCJK only works with XeLaTeX not LuaTeX. I don't think there's a CJK package that works with LuaTeX at all. See Using LuaTeX as a replacement for pdfTeX. – Alan Munn Dec 29 '12 at 16:52
  • @AlanMunn Argh, I wasn't aware of the CJK issue with Xe- and LuaTeX. Thanks! – Xavier Dec 29 '12 at 22:17

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