In the Windows shell, it's the "Code Page" which determines how bytes are converted to glyphs on the screen. You can use the CHCP command to change your shell's code page and to determine what it is.
So: In your Chinese Windows, use CHCP to find out what code page it's using. Then in your other-place Windows, use CHCP to change the code page to that code page before you run your application. (It may be the case that your other-place Windows doesn't support that code page, and you might have to install something to make it change its mind about that.)