China, Shanghai Wenhui Daily, 18 May 2000
-- If you want to surf the website of China telecommunication, all you need to do is to key in
(http://chinatelecom.net) at the address bar; if you are interested in Xiangsheng artiste Jiang Kun, you may wish to visit his home page at
(http://jiangkun.net). America's i-DNS announced yesterday the launch of "internationalised multilingual domain name" registration service for the first time in China. This will not only substantially resolve the bottleneck situation of log on language for worldwide net users, it will also pave the way for our various enterprises to set up their websites in year 2000, which has been designated "Enterprise Web Year in China". Currently, America's i-DNS has helped more than 100,000 companies or organisations to register multilingual domain names, including Yahoo, Bank of China, Cathay Pacific, allowing almost 68% of non-English population in the world to familiarise themselves with the use of Internet resources and allowing the Internet to flex its muscles in areas where English is not commonly used.
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