Translator English to Chinese (Traditional) online
To launch the English-Chinese (Traditional) translator, enter English text in the top edit box and click the "Translate" button. You will see the translated text in the edit box below. The service is limited to 5000 characters per translation.
Traditional Chinese characters are one of several standard sets of characters used to write Chinese languages. Chinese characters were created during the Han Dynasty 200 years before our era. The sets of forms and norms of Chinese characters have become more or less stable since the reign of the Southern and Northern dynasties around the 5th century AD. Initially, this script was the only form of writing for almost all Chinese in the world and did not use the word "traditional" in its name. However, after the reform of Chinese writing in the 1950s in the People's Republic of China and the creation of an alternative written graphics called simplified Chinese, the word traditional began to be used to refer to the old written graphics of the Chinese language. The Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) officially calls traditional hieroglyphs "standard" or "generally accepted". Chinese traditional written graphics officially continue to be used in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.