November 28, 1990, Qian Tianbai registered top-level domain CN in the SRT (the predecessor of Internet's) on behalf of China. And then he established a CN DNS (Domain Name Server) abroad.
Qian Tianbai kept the place on the Internet for China, so that the Chinese domain name was not registered by foreigners.
September 20, 1987, Qian Tianbai sent the China's first e-mail through the Internet to the University of Karlsruhe in West Germany. The content of the e-mail was walking through the Great Wall and towards the world.
Originally Posted: China Business Daily
Author: Angulo Fu