Re: [Fwd: Information Accessibility guidelines in China?]

Hi Harvey,

I was referred by 
<>"" to contact 
you on the subject.

As far as we've learnt from CDPF (China Disabled Persons' Federation - 
there are no public policy on information accessibility with national scope 
available in China at this point.
However, Director of Information Center from CDPF (Ms. Hui-Ping Cui, 
expressed CDPF would be very interested in being posted about progress on 
this from W3.  She mentioned
the common practice in China on such guidelines/policies should be 
initiated & driven by both CDPF &
Ministry of Information Industry (MII), and submit to National Congress for 
final approval & announcement.
You may consider to take her as one contact if you'd like to get further 
info. on this.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.


Jessie Li wrote:

>Information Accessibility guidelines in China? [resent]
>Harvey Bingham <><>
>Thu, 13 Feb 2003 10:17:14 -0500
>Is there any Chinese public policy on information accessibility with 
>national scope?
>If so, the World Wide Web -- Web Accessibility Initiative would like
>to include it on their Policy page:
>     <>
>Regards/Harvey Bingham
>Invited Expert, W3 Web Accessibility Initiative

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Received on Monday, 17 February 2003 11:56:48 UTC