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Ugh. I've done a lot of graphic design in Chinese, English, and bi-lingual documents and I absolutely hate that Roman typeface.

There are just far better fixed-width serif fonts out there and I always have to replace the English characters within Chinese documents with those fonts (I usually try to find one that matches in weight and blends in). Also not to mention a lot of English text within Chinese documents does not need to be in a fixed-width font to look good. There's a reason why there exist separate Unicode points for the fixed-width English characters when you do need them.




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