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  1. I have a few web pages that contain a mix of Chinese and English text. I know from the W3Schools CSS "Fonts" page how to specify the default font for a web page containing English text only, so that I get Times (serif) regardless of the browser and operating system. But how do I also set the default font for Chinese text so that I get, in all browsers and on all operating systems, something looking very closely like what my home workstation (a Fedora system) calls "AR PL UKai CN"? I see in wikipedia that what on my Fedora system is "AR PL UKai CN" can be called "kaiti", "kaishu", "zhengshu", "regular script", "zhengkai", and possibly other names. What are the correct "font family" and "generic family" names for "AR PL UKai CN" to use in the CSS "font-family" property? What I'm looking for is like the middle column in the attached png image, which came from "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_CJK_fonts". Thank-you in advance for your help. Bill.
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