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Southeast Asia Collection: Chu Nom Editors

An introduction Yale's resources on Southeast Asia.

Welcome

Welcome! In this guide you will find library resources found at Yale for the study of Han Nom, the Chinese character based form of written Vietnamese used between the 15th and 20th centuries. Below find the various pages for resources at Yale, in the United States and abroad.

Chữ Nôm Editor Links 2

The following links provide the user with free access to Chữ Nôm keyboards, character sets, and editing software to allow the researcher to create and tranliterate texts from Quoc Ngu or the Latin-based modern version of Vietnamese into Chữ Nôm:

Links for two Chu Nom Editor software:

http://www.chunom.org/pages/links/

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sevenmicro.android.nomkeyboard

Contact Me:

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