Li Hei (儷黑) was originally designed by Sammy Or (柯熾堅) at China Type, and named after his second daughter Li (“Hei” simply means “Gothic”). Li Song (儷宋) is a serif counterpart. The Li series were the first Chinese typefaces to be designed in vector on a computer (using Fontographer). The medium weight was later expanded to be Apple OS X’s interface typeface for traditional Chinese (from 10.3 to 10.5, replaced in 10.6 by STHeiti), allegedly without Or’s involvement. As LiHei Pro (©DynaComware, 2003), it still comes bundled with macOS Sierra. [Peiran Tan] Made in ca. 1989–1992. [Chinese Type Archive] DynaComware’s retail version spans 3 weights.