Traditionally, the Chinese writing is from right to left
Chinese mobile app design: tips for westerners
Sean Berg

In Taiwan, this tradition is still retained in some publications and shop signs. The Chinese Communist Party changed it and simplified the Chinese characters in the 1950s, so what you see in China text-orientation-wise is left to right & horizontal only except for documents printed prior to the 1950s.

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