It's no secret that Turbolinux is really focusing on Asian nations with this release. They are helping China move to a digital infrastructure. The new distribution's codename is "Suzuka." It offers, even in the installer, to run Simplified Chinese, Japanese, or Korean. It's been available in Asia for some time, and isn't yet available in the US. Turbolinux is the first major distribution to release a version "10" of their release, although it should be noted that to the best of my knowledge, there is no TurboLinux 9D. That said, it ships with modern components such as kde 3.1.3, glibc 2.3.2, XFree86 4.3, and gcc 3.3.1, not to mention a hot-off-the-press kernel.