1. In computer software, `internationalization`_ of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language.

  2. In cihai, specifically, character information from Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages. Such as definitions, dictionary index references, phonetics, character decompositions and stroke information (order and amount).


A character database of CJK information provided by the Unicode Consortium. See the documentation as


A popular CJK library in python created by Christoph Burgmer

  1. A CJK library in python built from the ground up under a permissive license and modern python development practices

  2. A workgroup for finding, digitizing, and preserving CJK dataasets


A relational database library used to store and retrieve character information in cihai

Data Packages

A standard for storing data, see

XDG Base Directory

A specification for directory locations designed to work across platforms. See