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February 14, 2014
Couples participate in the tradition of tying a blessed "red string of fate" on each others' wrists to...
Hong Kong, China
Couples participate in the tradition of tying a blessed "red string of fate" on each others' wrists to...
Couples participate in the tradition of tying a blessed "red string of fate" on each others' wrists to improve their relationship in front of a statue of "Yue Lao", a god of marriage and love in Chinese mythology, on Valentine's Day at Wong Tai Sin temple in Hong Kong February 14, 2014. According to Chinese legend, Yue Lao, whose name translates as old lunar matchmaker, is a god in charge of marriages and connects destined lovers by a red string so that the two will never be apart. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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