Han Xin Code is a two-dimensional (2d) matrix symbology, which is developed and designed for both Chinese market and global market.

Han Xin Code was designed in 2005. Han Xin Code is a result of a key research of tenth Chinese Five-Year Plan. The Chinese National Standard of Han Xin Code was published in 2007. The AIM Global's specification of this symbology was published in 2011.

Han Xin Code can efficiently encode Chinese information, numeric and ASCII characters and octet bytes such as graphic and audio information. There are eighty-four sizes of Han Xin Code symbols to provide a wide choosable encoding range of information. And it has four levels of Reed-Solomon error correction to ensure correct decoding even with damaged symbols.