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I suspect this is the undesired font:

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EDIT: I think is this font: AR PL UMing TW.

Is there a way of removing it or giving preference to another Chinese font?

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You can change the default UI font in System » Preferences » Appearence » Fonts.

If the default Chinese font when installing the Chinese Language Support is not good enough, you can report it so that the font gets replaced.

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@user4124 would they take consideration of my opinion? – janoChen Jan 28 '11 at 12:02

The best fonts for Traditional Chinese is "Source Han Sans"(Noto Sans CJK), I suggest you to download the latest version in the official website, the system fonts should be remain as default, because it is way too ugly to use a Chinese font for English.

fonts: https://www.google.com/get/noto/

config file: https://mega.nz/#!qBQwjQiC!_CC5ce3fczgzJeg3lHy9gaoOe3rp7eWjJyXPe7h-mcE

How to install:

  1. Download the fonts and config file above

  2. Create a folder called "Noto" in "/usr/share/fonts/"

  3. Unzip the fonts into that folder, and put the config file into "/etc/fonts/"

That's it.

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