Re: Upside Down Fu character

From: Andre Schappo <>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2012 15:36:36 +0000

On 12 Jan 2012, at 16:54, John H. Jenkins wrote:

Kang-Hao (Kenny) Lu 於 2012年1月12日 上午12:13 寫道:

* Three folks think this is rather unnecessary (including me). Some
people go more and say "What about a code point for XXX and YYY?"

Do they have specific XXXs and YYYs in mind?

In general, the process is outlined at For hanzi, the characters need to be added to UTR #45 first, but I'm going to propose that for both the upside-down fuk1—er, fu, and the upside-down chun, since they have been discussed. UTR #45 lets us track such discussions.

John H. Jenkins<>

I have received a request for an upside-down 钱 (=qián = money = U+94B1).

I have talked with a small number of Chinese students about having an upside-down fu character and they were all enthusiastic. I will be talking with more Chinese students next week which is when the new term starts.

John: As you are progressing upside-down fu and chun characters into UTR #45 does this mean that I no longer need to submit a "Proposal Summary Form" for upside-down fu? I have not yet actually started on said form.

André 小山 Schappo

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