English uses spacing and hyphenation as cues to allow for beautiful and legible line breaks. Certain CJK languages have none of these, and are notoriously more difficult. Breaks occur randomly, usually in the middle of a word. This is a long standing issue in typography on web, and results in degradation of readability.Budou automatically translates CJK sentences into organized HTML code with lexical chunks wrapped in non-breaking markup so as to semantically control line breaks. Budou uses Google Cloud Natural Language API (NL API) to analyze the input sentence, and it concatenates proper words in order to produce meaningful chunks utilizing part-of-speech (pos) tagging and syntactic information. Processed chunks are wrapped with SPAN tag, so semantic units will no longer be split at the end of a line by specifying their display property as inline-block in CSS.