They expand from initial 21 generic names, such as .com, .edu and .gov etc. to current 1000+, including non English. Each top name cost about US$180,000 to apply. Google is the second largest applicant with 100+.
The annual fee on hosting site Dream Host varies: .car and .cars are the most expensive so far, costing US$2,500; .theatre is $625, ( .theater is $49.95) .movie is $299.95, the least expensive ones are .xyz, .club, etc., cost less than a dollar a year or for the first year.
Looking at .theatre and .theater example, I’m wondering how to deal with 刘/劉 and 张/張 – paying double?
顶级网络名从最初的21个通用名称（如 .com, .edu 和 .gov 等）扩展到当前1000+, 包括非英语. 每个顶级名称申请费大约 18万美元. 谷歌 Google 是第二大申请人, 拥有超过100+ 个.
签于 .car 和 .cars, .theatre 和 .theater 例子, 我想 刘/劉 和 张/張 也要付双倍!?