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Chinese consumers don't need the purpose of Dot Chinese Website explained to them. The relevance of the TLD is clear and intuitive.

Dot Chinese Website is the natural home for Chinese language news and media sites. The Chinese phrase 中文网 ("Chinese language website") is the standard phrase that communicates to Chinese netizens that the site is localized into Chinese.

Like the Chinese characters for Dot Chinese Online, the characters for Dot Chinese Website have been validated by hundreds of the most famous localized Chinese sites on the web. Brands, corporates and publishers as diverse as Nokia, MSN, Reuters, Jay Chou, the NBA, Eminem, CNBC, IMDb, Real Madrid, Samsung, the United Nations, the BBC and scores of others are already using 中文网 in their names.

 

Dot Chinese Website is linguistically correct and culturally relevant. It is the perfect Chinese home for your brand's, company's or media property's Chinese language website.

 

Some examples of famous brands which use the Dot Chinese Website Chinese characters in their names.

Some examples of famous brands which use the Dot Chinese Website Chinese characters in their names.

 

 

Entirely new businesses will be built on Dot Chinese Online and Dot Chinese Website

Short, memorable, and highly searchable domains under Dot Chinese Online are readily available through our domain suggestion website, ChineseLandrush.com. Get your premium-level domains in Dot Chinese Online for general prices! Or, to inquire on registry-reserved premium names, simply email us at premium@internetregistry.info for more information.

For a downloadable informational brochure about Dot Chinese Online, please click on any of the links below:

Download the latest TLD Registry booklet in English (PDF)

Download the latest TLD Registry booklet in Simplified Chinese (China mainland Mandarin) (PDF)

Download the latest TLD Registry booklet in Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong Cantonese) (PDF)

Download the latest TLD Registry booklet in Traditional Chinese (Taiwan Mandarin) (PDF)

 

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