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Unable to read chinese files

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Unable to read chinese files created with NJStar

I use NJStar to create chinese files.  Now when i try to read
the file using java it says file not found.

The file name is accepted from a webpage using UTF8 encoding.

In what format does NJSTAR save the filename??
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NJSTAR is not really a problem, any chinese system will give you the same thing.

If only the contents of the file is Chinese, then it should not matter at all.  So is that the file name itself contains Chinese character?  The best way is probably try not to have chinese in the file name, but if you can not avoid that, please show the file name and how are you reading the file.
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