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I could read Kanji before but I've not practice it for years. I thought it was japanese only when I've learned (10 years ago... when I was 13 years old ) but seems like the kanji is also known as Chinese characters .
Hey, we are doing fine, one can read, one can speak, one can read mouths. If we, LQ members team up, soon we have one more chinese here . I love the Chinese and Japanese culture deeply. My home has a lot of oriental stuff .
You can write in pinyin here, unless Jeremy objects, and someone will answer your questions (even if it is just me). However, I don't believe you can write in Hanzi here.
Did you ever go to any of the Chinese forums? Someone suggested this to you, and I think they gave you some url's.
My friend wants to communicate with you, but he wants you to email him in Hanzi, not in English. He is a Chinese man with a lot of computer knowledge, but it is all from a Windoze background. He wants to use Linux very much. Yesterday he and I talked about this. He said he wants to use RedHat. I told him he should talk to you and use RedFlag. I will send him this message.
I think I already sent you his email address. If I did not, email me again and I will. I would not post his email address in a forum
You may have trouble reading English posts. English is my native language, and I have very much trouble reading Linux documentation. It is written for someone with more Linux knowledge than a beginner, so forums such as LQ are the place where we can get started. Just remember two things: all the people in LQ are volunteers. And sometimes a newbie who doesn't really know the answer posts. So be sure to check and double-check before you use the advice.
The line of Chinese text that you posted is displayed in my browser as characters from the Greek alphabet, European umlaut vowels, and English special characters such as the British pound sterling sign. It definitely does not display as Chinese characters. I am using Mozilla 1.4.