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Valentine’s Day is round the corner. Despite the tough situation we are going through in China, LOVE is something worth remembering and celebrating.
The language of love is universal. However, we have more subtle ways of expressing our feelings in Chinese culture. For example, we give the loved one a “red bean” as a symbol of “thinking about you”, as we say 相思红豆xiàng sī hóng dòu. But among young people, romantic expressions have become much more straightforward. We will give you the 10 most common romantic expressions in Chinese so that you can choose the one you like and say it to your significant other on Valentine’s Day, or to yourself. Self-love is important too!
qīn ài de bǎo bèi wǒ ài nǐ Dear baby, I love you!
nǐ shì wǒ de wéi yī
You are my only one.
wǒ xiǎng yǒng yuǎn péi zài nǐ shēn biān
I always want to be your side.
wǒ zuì zài hū de rén jiù shì nǐ
You are the one who I care the most!
yù jiàn nǐ shì wǒ sānshēng yǒuxìng
I must be the most fortunate in my present, previous and future life to have met you.
nǐ yī zhí dōu zài wǒ de xīn lǐ
You are always in my heart.
hǎi kě kū, shí kě làn，duì nǐ de ài yǒng yuǎn bú biàn
The ocean might dry out of water, stones might break, but my love for you will never change.
zhí zǐ zhī shǒu ，yǔ zǐ xié lǎo Holding your hand, growing old together.
You will hear people say this phrase a lot on proposal and wedding ceremonies.
yīnwéi yí gè rén ài shàng yí zuò chéng
Fall in love with a city becaues of a person.
péi bàn shì zuì zhǎng qíng de gào bái
Being on your sides is the my best way to confess my love.
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