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You can use emacs to edit documents containing Chinese characters. Such a file can be loaded with:

  C-x RET c cn-gb RET C-x C-f present.tex

You can also embed in the file that the encoding to use is cn-gb with the following at the top:

  -*- coding: cn-gb -*-

Or the following line in the Local Variables: section at the bottom of the file:

  %%% Local Variables: 
  %%% mode: latex
  %%% TeX-master: t
  %%% coding: cn-gb
  %%% End: 

To insert a Chinese character:

  C-\ chinese-py RET jiu

Then simply C-\ to toggle the keyboard entry mode.


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