Sample addresses in 11 lanageuages:
Arabic, Persian, simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, Russian, Hindi, Greek, Korean, Yiddish, Japanese and Tamil
will be added to the Internet’s central directories as early as next week, paving the way for Web surfers around the world to get online without knowing any English.
At this point, the 11 domain names are meant primarily for software developers and Web site designers to test the new system, but they are the first such names entered in the 13 key domain name directories (root servers).
If the trial is successful live IDNs should be available late 2008.
Full ICANN press release here