I was doing some typograph for Chinese text and want to insert a space equal to the width of a Chinese character.

# Ideographic space(全角空格)

The usual space we use (U+0020) does not met this requirement since it is very thin compared to Chinese characters. I do not know what this kind of space is called or whether this character even exists. I searched the web using Google and found that this space is called full width space or ideographic space. It is equal to the width the CJK character so that it is aesthetically pleasing to insert such a space when needed. The code point for ideographic space is U+3000 and it looks like the following:

There are other kind of spaces that I am not aware of, e.g., space (U+2000) that are 1/2 of the height of a font size.