OK - to be absolutely clear - you have some English text, let's say the days of the week:
and you want to translate them into Chinese:
and then get the unicode values of those:
(I don't speak Chinese, so forgive me if the above is wrong, or offensive)
What I did was translate the English in Google Translate - you'll probably need to find a better way of doing the translations, if you have a lot of words, or sentences.
Then, I saved the Chinese characters in a UTF-8 friendly text document (Notepad), and ran that through the Java
'native2ascii' tool, which you'll find in the bin folder of your JDK installation:
The above takes the original characters from foo.txt, replaces them with the unicode equivalents, and saves those in foo2.txt.
I believe you can reverse it as well (a /reverse flag, I think).
Is that helpful?