Display of Chinese Characters in Flash Video

'''Help needed to resolve issue with display of chinese fonts in Firefox.'''
I used to be able to run an html based chinese language learning program (with embedded Flash) in Firefox on my Galaxy Nexus mobile...that is until I installed the latest version of Firefox.
These are the instructions that came with the program to install/run it:
This site is best viewed with Mozilla FireFox 3.x+ (and above) with either Adobe Flash Player 8+ (and above) at a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768. We also recommend that you enable both JavaScript and Cookies in your chosen browser's settings. Obviously things have moved on since then and the version of Firefox I installed around May 2013 would have been around 22.0
While the above appear to be targeted at computer/tablet platforms the program ran successfully on my mobile and the embedded flash video worked well. The video clips and accompanying audio for each lesson were also accompanied by text that updated as each speaker began conversing. This text could be displayed (by selection) in English, Pinyin or Chinese characters.
With an upgrade to the latest version of Firefox the Chinese characters now no longer display although 'English' fonts do...why? Is this a character encoding issue? Can this be set? What has changed between version 22 or thereabouts that I installed in May 2013 and the current version. Someone must surely know ??? If this cant be fixed, how can I re-install an older version of Firefox on my mobile. As an aside
I was able to download firefox-22.0.bundle, some bundle.parts and .source files along with Firefox Setup 3.6.28.exe but cant install any of these. HELP needed please.

Can you please confirm that this is the summary of the issue you are facing
#On a site using Flash, and using Firefox 22.0, you were able to view English, Pinyin, Chinese characters on the flash video
#You upgraded Firefox to the latest version from the play store, and also have the latest Flash version, but the same Flash video doesn't display the Chinese characters now
#You are looking for the older version of Firefox for Android so that you can confirm that this issue has something to do with the latest version of Firefox
For the last point, you can download the Android APKs of the older versions from the following links
#[https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mobile/releases/22.0/android/en-US/ Android APK for Firefox 22.0 in English]
#[https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mobile/releases/22.0/android-armv6/en-US/ Android APK for Firefox 22.0 in English for Arm V6]
Please do note that you will need to enable the 'Install from unknown sources' option on the Android device to be able to install this APK. Suggest that you disable the setting after you finish your testing.
Please confirm the details above and we can help you resolve the issue.
Thank you

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