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Old 09-30-2006, 11:03 AM   #2
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I've included the appropriate characters for "Wăng bā" ( 网吧 = "Internet cafe" ) in the post . . .
The Mac ships with several scalable Chinese fonts. I have no idea of their adequacy as far as the character set is concerned (although two are labeled .Pro).

But if you know a Mac (OS X) user you can probably at least take a look at the fonts, see if you can create the words you need.

   
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