Chinese number plate font prototype

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p.s. Some explanations on Chinese Numberplate structure.

First Chinese character stands for the registration province, following by letter usually A-Z (can be less), denotes registration city (e.g. ‘粤A’ is the code for the provincial city of Guangdong Province, a.k.a. Canton (or Guangzhou)). Last five digits and letters are some random number for registration, without any meaning. But it’s popular to invest in lucky numbers like 8 (means ‘Earn More’, pronounce similar to ‘Fat’ in the phrase ‘Kung Hei Fat Choy’).

More nerdy information should be provided on Wikipedia: