The Chinese characters certainly don’t help with this.
Google translate only works on about 60% of the text (due to text in images), and the text that is translated is often super-imposed on other lines of text (due to formatting issues), or is simply incomprehensible.
It is one of the most popular websites in China and on the entire web. While the profiles I came across all seemed legitimate, it’s worth mentioning that Jiayuan’s gotten flak in the past for inadvertently hosting a lot of scam-artists and fake profiles.
Every page on this site is an assault on the senses – it’s overwhelming.
You don’t need a whole lot to make this darling piece of art!
I spent a lot of time translating the “translations” just to figure out what is going on with each page.
And there are a lot of pages, because Jiayuan is packed with different features.
Once you have it exactly the way you want it, copy the entire song and paste it over and over again in your document so the entire page is covered.
If your song happens to be any of the following: – Once you are finished typing up your lyrics, print them onto white cardstock.