This presentation presents the results of my PhD research, Evolution of Chinese Typeforms in the 19th and 20th Centuries. In the 19th century, Protestant missionaries started preaching to China and tried making Chinese fonts using Western metal-type printing technology. From this point, Western typography competed with xylography that had existed in China for nearly a thousand years, eventually replacing the latter in the 20th century. Along with the introduction of Western technology, Chinese typeforms have undergone complex changes. The presentation will show historical materials I have collected during my research to reflect the critical evolution of Chinese Typeforms. This presentation will also provide my analysis of the Chinese typeforms from different eras, discuss the historical reasons behind the shaping of printed Chinese characters and identify the origins of stylistic features in the presentation.