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OS 10.5 - Problem viewing Chinese unicode fonts

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Most all Chinese web pages load properly, however, some Unicode characters do not load. 𧈢𧏡 these two Unicode characters are an example taken from Wikipedia. 𧈢𧏡 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书
For me they appear as two boxes with numbers inside while all the other characters on the page are readable. Also this is the link to the unihan page for the first character in the set. Unihan data for U+27222 This problem exists on OS X, Windows XP, and with Linux. I know there must be a way to view these characters.
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