It seems most punctuation marks in Chinese are automatically stylized with spaces. Periods (。), commas (，), question marks (？), exclamation marks (！) and even book title marks (《》), as oxford likes to call them, all have spaces either in front or behind them.
Western-style quote marks (“”) on the other hand do not.
How should they be stylized?
Back-to-back quotes look even worse. I'm working on the following sentence:
Where we have this ugly looking
in the middle. An end quote mark followed by an opening quote mark with no spaces in between.
Is this correct? (It doesn't look so)