published in November 5th entitled "Chinese Internet Jirikedai China for native language Internet discourse" article. According to the text, as of June 30, 2009, China’s Internet users reached 338 million, ranking first in the world. .cn registered to 12 million 960 thousand ranked the world’s top national top-level domain name. However, it does not match, there are nearly one billion people do not have access to the Internet, so the realization of global analysis of Chinese domain names, it is imperative.
October 30, 2009, the president of the ICANN conference announced that the Chinese and other non Latin alphabet characters as the Internet top-level domain name resolution, passed". More than half of the world’s 1 billion 600 million Internet users use languages other than latin. This change is not only necessary for half of today’s Internet users, but with the increasing use of the Internet, it will affect more than half of the future potential users.
according to the latest resolution, including Chinese, Arabic, Japanese, Greek, Han Wen, India and other non Latin characters are the domain name can be used for Internet top-level domain.
CNNIC expert Zhang Jian said that if the use of multilingual domain name online, in order to truly achieve a world, an Internet, everyone involved in the purpose of promoting the whole world to make better use of the Internet, rather than Internet isolation.