Asian Domains: China (.hl.cn)
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.hl.cn registration your Chinese domain, click here!.cn is the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for the People's Republic of China.
The domain name administration in People's Republic of China is done through a branch of the Ministry of Information Industry. This ministry oversees everything from telecommunications to broadcasting similar to the Federal Communications Commissionin the United States. The registry is maintained by China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC). The actual registrations are done through commercial registrars similar to other parts of the world. Neulevel has entered into a partnership with CNNIC to market .cn outside mainland China.
It is currently the second most common top-level domain, only after .com, but before .de, and .net, with over 12 million registrations.
Background Information :China (traditional Chinese: ¹¡ £ï; simplified Chinese: ¹¡ ¢»; Tongyong Pinyin: JhongguÈþ; Hanyu Pinyin: ; Wade-Giles (Mandarin): ChungÃ kuoÃ) is a cultural region, an ancient civilization, and, depending on perspective, a national or multinational entity extending over a large area in East Asia.
China has one of the world's oldest people and continuous civilizations, consisting of states and cultures dating back more than six millennia. It has the world's longest continuously used written language system, and is the source of many major invntions, such as what the British scholar and biochemist Joseph Needham called the "four great inventions of Ancient China": paper, the compass, gunpowder, and printing. Historically, China's cultural sphere has extended across East Asia as a whole, with Chinese religion, customs, and writing systems being adopted to varying degrees by neighbors such as Japan, Korea and Vietnam. The first evidence of human presence n the region was found at the Zhoukoudian cave and is one of the first known specimens of Homo Erectus, now commonly known as the Peking Man, estimated to have lived approximately from 300,000 to 550,000 years ago. Noticeably, it is also known that the Peking Man was able to control and use Fire.
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