…now, I know this ending probably isn’t the one that most of us would’ve hoped for.
That’s because this is not your average love story. Rather, it’s a story about true love and persevering through great difficulties (even if it means only seeing your partner once a year).
So for those of you who are in long-distance relationships, this story may be close to heart. That’s why Chinese Valentine’s Day is actually just for you.
When is Chinese Valentine’s Day?
Mark your calendars because this year, Chinese Valentine’s Day falls on Saturday, August 14! In 2022, Qixi Festival will fall on August 4. In 2023, it will be celebrated on August 11.
How is Chinese Valentine’s Day Celebrated in China?
In the days gone by, Qixi Festival was an occasion for women to demonstrate the skills needed for marriage. Nowadays, the holiday follows Western Valentine’s Day traditions for couples to exchange gifts.
Here, we’ve put together a list of romantic gift ideas to help put a smile to your sweetheart’s face!