【Video】We celebrate Qixi in Chengdu

Authors: Go Chengdu

2017-08-27

No matter you are single or have someone you love, click here and know more about what they think about love and the Chinese Valentine’s day (qixi).
The 7th day of the 7th month on the Chinese lunar calendar, which falls on August 28 this year, is considered a day of love and romance by the Chinese people. They are moved by the legendary love story of the Weaver Girl and the Cowherd Boy that has continued for about 2,000 years. Traditionally, the day is called the Double Seventh Festival or Qixi Festival, and celebration of theday is gaining popularity in China, especially among the younger generations.
On this Chinese Valentine's Day, staff from the website of GoChengdu had a random sample that surveyed foreigners who live in Chengdu talking about their plan to celebrate Qixi. No matter you are single or have someone you love, click here and know more about what they think about love and the Chinese Valentine's day (qixi).

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