The following table consists of 2580 simplified Chinese characters and their traditional equivalents.
The People's Republic of China government published a series of documents in an attempt to standardize the simplification rules since 1955.
In our conversion table, the number above the arrow between each pair of characters denotes a reference to the conversion rule, as follows:
Important: A lot of simplified characters map to more than one traditional character. In such cases, it depends on context which traditional character the simplified character should be converting to.
If you cannot find a specific simplified Chinese character in this table, most probably it is left untouched in the simplification process. See characters which are both traditional and simplified to look up such a list.
There are two character sets in use in modern Chinese. Traditional Chinese is currently used in Taiwan and Hong Kong, while simplified Chinese is used in Mainland China and Singapore.
Simplified characters are derived from traditional characters. While there are offical rules for the simplification process, there is no official conversion list for all Chinese characters.
As a result, a lot of the conversion tools available on the internet is erroneous, especially for characters which are not frequently used.