There are two ways to have a website with multiple languages:
1) Have one site with duplicate pages for both languages: To do this, one of the sites would need to have hard coded navigation, and the pages marked to hidden. Then, for example, if your main site was in English, you might have an About us page called /about. If your other site was in Chinese, you could duplicate that page by having /about-ch. You would then need to make sure and add that page to the navigation manually. This does create more work and more pages to keep track of, so everything might become difficult to maintain. This is the cheaper version though.
2) Have a completely different account, but using the same template design. This is the easier route as you do not have as many pages on one site, and you do not have to manually hard code the navigation. This is the more expensive route though.
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