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Luc Devroye
McGill University
Montreal, Canada
lucdevroye@gmail.com
http://luc.devroye.org
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Cwjmem Home Page

Hmong writing: links for Hmong. Download a free Hmong font from here. Hmong fonts for the web. Page by J. Kue. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Darien Valentine
[Fixedsys]

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Fixedsys
[Darien Valentine]

Free truetype fonts: Tai Le Valentinum (for the Tai Le script used in China, Burma and Laos), Valentine Arabic, the faux pixel font Sounds of Apathy, and the unicode faux pixel font Fixedsys Excelsior 2.0 (2007). The latter covers Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Armenian, Tamil, Hylian, N'Ko, Ethiopic, blackletter, Dehong Dai, Pahawh Hmong, Thaan, Arabic, Thai, Ogham, runic, and IPA. All fonts made by Darien Valentine in 2004. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Glavy Fonts
[Jason Glavy]

Jason Glavy, who lives in Yokohama, runs Glavy Fonts. He has created some free fonts: JGLepcha (2001, a West-African language font), JG Chantabouli and JG Sasettha (cleaned up and extended unicode vesions of Sasettha and Chantabouli fonts created by John Durdin), JGAksaraBali, JGBasicLao, JGChamVer2, JGChamCambodia, JGChamVN, JGChantabouliLao, JGHurufJawaSanskrit, JGLaoOldArial, JGLaoOldface, JGLaoTimes, JGSoyombo (Tibetan), WL-LatinIPATimes. He used to have a bunch of Japanese fonts on his web site, including his Jindaimoji series. He also created three fonts for Makassarese/Buginese. At some point, he was associated with Saronix Japan. His Hmong page had JGCwjmemFinalVersion, JGCwjmemSecondVersion, JGCwjmemThirdVersion, JGNaadaasFinalVersion, JGNaadaasSecondVersion, JGNaadaasThirdVersion, JGPahawhFinalVersion, JGPahawhSecondVersion, JGPahawhSourceVersion, JGPahawhThirdVersion, JGPuajTxwm, all made in 2002: of these, the Pahawh series is original, while Cwjmem and Naadaas are improvements of other fonts. West African fonts designed by him: JGBassaVahHandwriting, JGBassaVahPrint, JGBete, JGKpelleA, JGKpelleB, JGNKo, JGVaiA, JGVaiB, JGVaiC. These fonts are well researched, and are based on drawings and findings by Dalby, Dr. Welmer, and Jensen. Some of Glavy's fonts for other languages: JGBasicLao, JGChamCambodia (1998), JGChamVN (1998), JGChantabouliLao, JGHurufJawaSanskrit (2001), JGLaoOldArial, JGLaoOldface, JGLaoTimes, JG Lepcha (2001), JGSoyomb (2001). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hmong Language Institute of Australia

The free Hmong font Naadaa was developed here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hmong Script Software

Free and commercial Hmong fonts called Cwjmem Hmong. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jason Glavy
[Glavy Fonts]

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Pahawh Hmong alphabet

Simon Ager's page on Hmong, with links. The Pahawh Hmong alphabet was developed in Laos and Vietnam by Shong Lue Yang between 1959 and 1971. Hmong is an austro-tai language spoken by about 5.5 million people in China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and the USA. In China, Hmong is known as Miao and is written with Chinese characters or with an alphabet known as Pollard Miao. In Thailand, it is written with the Thai alphabet. [Google] [More]  ⦿

World Hmong People's Congress

Free Hmong typefaces: BLAIYUAJI, KOOBXOB1, LEEJKEEBI, PUJTHOBI, Pahawh-Regular, TOLEEJ, XTXHEEB1. All were made in 2002 except Pahawh-Regular, which dates from 1994. [Google] [More]  ⦿

WWW Hmong Homepage

Free Hmong typefaces in truetype and type 1, including Naadaa. [Google] [More]  ⦿