Web pages in non-Roman scripts

Rick Jelliffe ricko at allette.com.au
Tue Nov 3 08:02:23 GMT 1998

> From:   Elliotte Rusty Harold

> Pretty much any site in a non-Roman script will do. However, I do have a
> preference for interesting pages like one discussing China's human rights
> record in Chinese or the text of War and Peace in Russian, as opposed to
> corporate home pages.

Not much Chinese XML here in Taiwan yet, because of technology lag. There
are some interesting projects in the pipes though. I dont know about other
Chinese countries.

Rick Jelliffe

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