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The Broken Bridge at West Lake in Hangzhou is the setting for the legend of the White Snake, where the intellectual Xu Xian offered his umbrella to the celestial snake. It is also the site famously known as "Melting Snow on Broken Bridge," one of the ten major attractions of West Lake. A visit to the Broken Bridge on Valentine's Day with your sweetheart promises plenty of room for nostalgia and romance.

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For a really animated and colourful Valentine's Day, Hong Kong Disneyland is ideal for creating your own "happily ever after" story in the most magical of settings, the heart of fairyland. Take the journey to Hong Kong Disneyland, where love is always in bloom...



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In the eyes of every Chinese couple, Tianyahaijiao, the Edge of Heaven and Corner of the Sea, is the most suitable place for a love testimony. Indeed, nothing lasts longer than nature, so let nature witness the everlasting love between you!

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An ancient postal station that is tiny, rustic, and raw... A nearly fallen pavilion built at the city gate, where the Monkey King, played by Hong Kong veteran comedian Stephen Chow, kissed the female protagonist, celestial Zixia... That cinematic kiss is a classical one, especially for those who were born in the 80s. Relive such a vivid romance as the one in A Chinese Odyssey -- explore the ancient postal city of Jimingyi.

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Imagining an icy Valentine's Day? Then head north! North of the Yangtze River, north of the Yellow River, north of Beijing, up, up north until you reach the icy world of Harbin for some winter romance!



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The ancient town of Lijiang is a vibrant place for romance to bud. Cobblestone paths, charming wooden buildings nestled close to one another, local ethnic minorities in exotic costumes, pubs full of globetrotters... A Valentine's Day spent in Lijiang will be most memorable.



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What variety of bird would a Chinese couple want to be if they could choose? Mandarin ducks, of course! Because they are the birds of love! Where to view these lovely, brightly-colored webbed-foot winged creatures? At the Mandarin Lake at Wuyuan, those charming little ducks will teach you how to behave like a model couple!


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Producer: Chu Daye & Peng Ran  Pagemaker: Wang Dandan  Designer: Zhang Nan