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I'm using Traditional Chinese characters in the front page as welcome text.

You can type in as many characters as you need, but if you put this character '
Q2A version: v1.5
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I tried this on my page and it works like it should Version 1.5 - what happends at ur site ur question stops in the middle
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oops, I didn't realise the character didn't show up properly here.

That's why everyone is seeing a single quote '... the character and everything else behind it is not saved.

Please see this page for the problematic character:
http://www.zdic.net/zd/zi3/ZdicF0ZdicA5Zdic9AZdic83.htm
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Thanks - I will look into this for the next maintenance release.

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Use HTML char for that.

So for ' that would be: '
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OK, so I can reproduce this problem. I debugged it all the way through the various Q2A layers and strangely enough it seems like a bug in PHP's own mysql_query(...) function - for some reason that UTF-8 byte sequence 0xF0 0xA5 0x9A 0x83 cuts off the query. I'd be interested if you could confirm that - in the meantime your best bet for this specific case is to modify the database contents manually to put in the character, after which it should be displayed correctly.

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