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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A giant panda eats bamboo shoots on traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Beijing zoo in Beijing, China, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese elderly couples take part in a group wedding ceremony to celebrate traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 7 August 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A couple shows their digital marriage certificates on their smartphone at a civil affairs office on the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Chongqing, China, 7 August 2019. More Chinese users can now get digital marriage certificates on Alipay, the Alibaba-backed app announced on Tuesday. The feature was first launched last September in eastern China's Jiangsu province, but now it's been expanded to Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang provinces, and the sprawling metropolis of Chongqing. While this doesn't mean Chinese people can get married over the phone, the digital certificate can be used as proof of family relationship when managing loans, transferring property, enrolling a child in school, managing family inheritance, and notarizing documents. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A couple shows their digital marriage certificates on their smartphones at a civil affairs office on the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Qianshan county, Shangrao city, east China's Jiangxi province, 7 August 2019. More Chinese users can now get digital marriage certificates on Alipay, the Alibaba-backed app announced on Tuesday. The feature was first launched last September in eastern China's Jiangsu province, but now it's been expanded to Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang provinces, and the sprawling metropolis of Chongqing. While this doesn't mean Chinese people can get married over the phone, the digital certificate can be used as proof of family relationship when managing loans, transferring property, enrolling a child in school, managing family inheritance, and notarizing documents. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A couple shows their digital marriage certificates on their smartphones at a civil affairs office on the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Qianshan county, Shangrao city, east China's Jiangxi province, 7 August 2019. More Chinese users can now get digital marriage certificates on Alipay, the Alibaba-backed app announced on Tuesday. The feature was first launched last September in eastern China's Jiangsu province, but now it's been expanded to Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang provinces, and the sprawling metropolis of Chongqing. While this doesn't mean Chinese people can get married over the phone, the digital certificate can be used as proof of family relationship when managing loans, transferring property, enrolling a child in school, managing family inheritance, and notarizing documents. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A couple shows their digital marriage certificates on their smartphone at a civil affairs office on the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Chongqing, China, 7 August 2019. More Chinese users can now get digital marriage certificates on Alipay, the Alibaba-backed app announced on Tuesday. The feature was first launched last September in eastern China's Jiangsu province, but now it's been expanded to Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang provinces, and the sprawling metropolis of Chongqing. While this doesn't mean Chinese people can get married over the phone, the digital certificate can be used as proof of family relationship when managing loans, transferring property, enrolling a child in school, managing family inheritance, and notarizing documents. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A couple shows their marriage certificates and digital marriage certificate on their smartphone at a civil affairs office on the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Chongqing, China, 7 August 2019. More Chinese users can now get digital marriage certificates on Alipay, the Alibaba-backed app announced on Tuesday. The feature was first launched last September in eastern China's Jiangsu province, but now it's been expanded to Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang provinces, and the sprawling metropolis of Chongqing. While this doesn't mean Chinese people can get married over the phone, the digital certificate can be used as proof of family relationship when managing loans, transferring property, enrolling a child in school, managing family inheritance, and notarizing documents. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A couple shows their marriage certificates and digital marriage certificate on their smartphone at a civil affairs office on the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Chongqing, China, 7 August 2019. More Chinese users can now get digital marriage certificates on Alipay, the Alibaba-backed app announced on Tuesday. The feature was first launched last September in eastern China's Jiangsu province, but now it's been expanded to Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang provinces, and the sprawling metropolis of Chongqing. While this doesn't mean Chinese people can get married over the phone, the digital certificate can be used as proof of family relationship when managing loans, transferring property, enrolling a child in school, managing family inheritance, and notarizing documents. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A couple shows their marriage certificates and digital marriage certificate on their smartphone at a civil affairs office on the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Chongqing, China, 7 August 2019. More Chinese users can now get digital marriage certificates on Alipay, the Alibaba-backed app announced on Tuesday. The feature was first launched last September in eastern China's Jiangsu province, but now it's been expanded to Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang provinces, and the sprawling metropolis of Chongqing. While this doesn't mean Chinese people can get married over the phone, the digital certificate can be used as proof of family relationship when managing loans, transferring property, enrolling a child in school, managing family inheritance, and notarizing documents. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A couple shows their digital marriage certificates on their smartphone at a civil affairs office on the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Chongqing, China, 7 August 2019. More Chinese users can now get digital marriage certificates on Alipay, the Alibaba-backed app announced on Tuesday. The feature was first launched last September in eastern China's Jiangsu province, but now it's been expanded to Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang provinces, and the sprawling metropolis of Chongqing. While this doesn't mean Chinese people can get married over the phone, the digital certificate can be used as proof of family relationship when managing loans, transferring property, enrolling a child in school, managing family inheritance, and notarizing documents. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A couple shows their digital marriage certificates on their smartphone at a civil affairs office on the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Chongqing, China, 7 August 2019. More Chinese users can now get digital marriage certificates on Alipay, the Alibaba-backed app announced on Tuesday. The feature was first launched last September in eastern China's Jiangsu province, but now it's been expanded to Fujian, Jiangxi, and Zhejiang provinces, and the sprawling metropolis of Chongqing. While this doesn't mean Chinese people can get married over the phone, the digital certificate can be used as proof of family relationship when managing loans, transferring property, enrolling a child in school, managing family inheritance, and notarizing documents. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese workers display flowers at a flower market ahead of traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, in Kunming city, southwest China's Yunnan province, 6 August 2019. Sales of flowers, especially red roses, increase rapidly near Qixi Festival as couples celebrate what's otherwise known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Qixi Festival, which fell on Wednesday (7 August 2019) this year, is generally considered a romantic day, and more Chinese couples have started to celebrate the festival in recent years. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A elderly woman walks past colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A visitor paints patterns on a oil-paper umbrella during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A elderly woman walks past colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors walk under colorful oil-paper umbrellas during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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A visitor paints patterns on a oil-paper umbrella during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Visitors write their wish to pray for good fortune during a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi Festival, also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day, at the Old Summer Palace, known as the Winter Palace, Yuanmingyuan or Yuan Ming Yuan, in Beijing, China, 4 August 2019. The Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing launched a weeklong celebration of the traditional Chinese festival Qixi on Saturday (3 August 2019). Qixi, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar, will be celebrated on Aug 7 this year. Dubbed as Chinese Valentine's Day in modern times, the festival's origin in Chinese mythology suggests it was observed as a day when Niulang and Zhinyu, a separated couple, reunited once a year. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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