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Do Chinese Search Engines read unicode?
Thread poster: Elaine Gao
Elaine Gao
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Feb 18, 2005

When translating an English Website into Chinese, does the search engines read Unicode??? This is for main land China

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ectranslator  Identity Verified
China
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of cource , they can. Feb 19, 2005

please use
www.baidu.com ( the biggest chinese search engine in mainland china) to do the test.

You just search "UNICODE" , and you would find many sites in UNICODE.


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