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                  Couples find innovative new ways to make Valentine’s Day romantic amid pneumonia

                  Amid the pneumonia outbreak, many Chinese couples decided to not see each other this Valentine’s Day. Instead, they have found new ways of spending the holiday together festivally.

                  Mutual exchange of gifts via delivery services is one popular choice amongst couples. The orders of products scheduled to be delivered on February 14 rose by 30 percent compared with the day before, according to China’s service-focused e-commerce giant Meituan Dianping. Masks ranked the first among the presidents for Valentine’s Day.

                  Although couriers have already returned to normal business, many e-commerce platforms stated that the products may be delayed on the road because of the traffic control amid the pneumonia outbreak.

                  Meanwhile, food delivery platforms, which appear to be operating faster to deliver products to individuals residing the same city have also introduced flowers, drinks, chocolates, cakes and more for the holiday and many companies promised the products could be delivered to the clients on Valentine's Day.

                  The orders of the flowers mainly come from consumers in big cities, said an employee with the flower brand Reflower.

                  The netizens also suggest that couples that couldn’t be with each other on Valentine’s Day eat meals, watch movies or play games at the same time remotely as a special way to celebrate the festival.

                  Video platforms such as Kuaishou have also launched live streaming of disco dancing functionality suitable for Valentine’s Day usage. One particular online night club attracted 300,000 users after it started the live broadcast of disco dancing, with the total viewers exceeding 2.3 million.

                  (For the latest China news, Please follow People's Daily on Twitter and Facebook)(Web editor: Hongyu, Bianji)

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