From: Jane Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Sep 30 2002 - 12:40:36 EDT
Thanks to Sarasvati just pointed out that my previous message with the attachment was too
large. I've reduced the attached file size and send this message again.
Please take a look at the (RenminbiMark.bmp) first.
The Unicode code point U+FFE5 is being rendered differently by various True Type fonts
(SimSun, Arial Unicode MS, MingLiu, Gulim, MS UI Gothic ...) on Microsoft Windows system.
According to some people, only the glyph from font "SimSun" or "SimSun-18030" is exactly
following the Chinese standard. I double checked the latest standard of Unicode, in the
Code Chart( http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/UFF00.pdf ), U+FFE5 is also rendered
differently from "SimSun".
So, my questions are:
1. Do you know which symbol is declared as the standard by Chinese official authorities ?
2. In China, the currency is called "Renminbi Yuan", why is it not included in Unicode
standard ? Instead of it, "Yen" is being used which is the name of Japanese currency.
Does Chinese authorities agree to use the same currency symbol as Japan ?
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