Has everyone tried the translator thing on the bottom left? You simply must. It's quite a hoot.
But it actually has a functional purpose: I got an I.M. from CHINA last week! It was from a college student whom we met when we took our Youth Group to Shanghai (Are you impressed? Aren't I exciting?). He, I assume, might have an actual need for the translator if he wants to resort to the mother tongue.
Imagine having to ask permission of your government to go to church, as does he.
Rather sobering, n'est pas?