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Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 漢字文化圏
Simplified Chinese 汉字文化圈
Japanese name
Kanji 漢字文化圏
Kana かんじぶんかけん
Korean name
Hangul 한자문화권
Hanja 漢字文化圈
Vietnamese name
Quốc ngữ Hán tự văn hoá khuyên (Sino-Viet.)
Khu vực văn hóa chữ Hán (native)[1][2]
Hán-Nôm 漢字文化圈 (Sino-Viet.)

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