Unicode (UTF-8)

I have one question about the use of Unicode (UTF-8).
As far as I understand it is recommended because it suits both our
characters and Chinese and
cyrillic and so on.
But I found this
So, now I am wondering...
Any suggestion?

Luigi Donatello Asero
先生, 您讲汉语马 ?


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