The writing of the “Yun Kang Xing Kai” font aimed to capture the beauty of calligraphy. Its technique of writing aimed to be smooth and vivid and its structure tried to be as “dignified” as possible for it to look good typographically. When this font was written, it sometimes used some cursive structural component to increase the variability of the typeface. Some strokes of some words were also different from the structure of standard Kaisu; those were written according to ancient copybook or conventions. It mainly focuses on changes or convenience, and not actually misprints. In short, “Sinkai” or “Cursive” is a flexible writing font, and not “DFKai” font.
Font FormatTraditional Chinese Big-5