Mainland China now celebrates several Valentine’s Days, including the traditional date of February 14. Photo: Artwork Mainland China now celebrates several Valentine’s Days, including the traditional date of February 14. Photo: Artwork
Mainland China now celebrates several Valentine’s Days, including the traditional date of February 14. Photo: Artwork

Materialism takes centre stage during Chinese Valentine’s Day as people use the love language ‘easily and directly’

  • There are now several Valentine’s Days in China apart from February 14
  • Gift buying as an expression of love is a major part of emerging customs these days

Topic |   China Society
Mainland China now celebrates several Valentine’s Days, including the traditional date of February 14. Photo: Artwork Mainland China now celebrates several Valentine’s Days, including the traditional date of February 14. Photo: Artwork
Mainland China now celebrates several Valentine’s Days, including the traditional date of February 14. Photo: Artwork
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