If the Chinese characters are just showing up as question marks...
If you're using Windows XP, go to the Control Panel (classic view preferable), and go to "Regional and Language Options." Go to the "Languages" tab, and check the box next to "Install files for East Asian languages." If you do this and it still doesn't show up, tell me! There might be another step involved.
If you, too, would like to use the hover-over feature in your blog...
Try out the following html. Except replace the 's with <>'s.
[span title="Xing bu xing = Does this work? (sorta)"] 行不行?[/span]
Here's what it looks like: 行不行?
If you're hovering and the translation isn't appearing...
Try hovering over some other Chinese first. Odds are, I was just too absent-minded (read: lazy) to code that word. If it still doesn't work, huh. Let me know, and I'll figure it out.
A final note on 中文
I'll be using 繁體字 on this blog, or at least trying to. My 中文 education is as follows: 1 year of just 拼音 at Conestoga, then 1 year of 繁體字 to start at 哈佛, followed by 2 years of 簡體字, and ending college with another year of 繁體字 when I studied 古文 and