Chinese Valentine's Day Chinese Valentine's Day

Chinese Valentine's Day

Created by
Xiaofeng Chen



This is a chinese traditional story. In a legend, the youngest fairy was fell in love with the cowherd and married him. But the Sun God got so angry that he took his youngest daughter away from her husband. From then on, the fairy weaver stayed in heaven, and the cowherd stayed on earth. They could only see each other once a year on July 7th on the lunar calendar. Only once a year, the couple could meet on the “River of the sky”. And they still love each other deeply. Now it is a tradition to celebrate Chinese Valentine's Day once a year on July 7th of the lunar calender.

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