Internet links with non-Latin characters in Mail

If this link is shown in Mail on the iPhone, only the Latin text will be clickable:
http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/春琴抄
The Chinese characters will not be considered part of the URL.
When I click on the link it will not take me to the intended article.
The same is true for other alphabets, these Japanese characters will not be part of the URL:
http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/ブロメライン
Anyone else having this problem? Any ideas? I have submitted a bug report to Apple.
Jason

I think it is a bug, but it can make a difference how the link gets sent to you. If you go to a page in Safari and use File > Mail Link to this Page, the link may be usable by the email recipient. If you could try that I would be interested if it works.

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