This post was edited by sunnylin01 at 2012-12-17 16:06
Tian Xinbin lying in bed looks at his wife Su Dan before the liver transplant operation. (CFP)
Edited and translated by Huang Jin, People's Daily Online
Tian Xinbin was found late cirrhosis in August 2012, two months after his divorce with Su Dan. Hearing the news, Su decided to remarry Tian and donate part of her liver to him.
It was built as a labor of love by Liu Guojiang (left) and Xu Chaoqing. (Chinadaily)
In 1951, 16-year-old Liu met 26-year-old Xu Chaoqing and fell in love her. She was a widow with four children and in the remote village. At that time it was taboo for a man to marry an older woman, let alone a widow. However, Liu had made up his mind and the whole family moved to a secluded house in the mountains to avoid criticism and discrimination from villagers. In 2007, Liu passed away and Xu moved in with her sons, grieved and eventually died on Oct. 30, 2012. Her children buried her with Liu, according to Xu's wishes.
A couple takes celebrating their golden wedding photo in front of the "heart" type garland on Feb. 14, 2012. (Chinanews)
50 golden wedding couples came to the Beijing Botanical Garden to celebrate the Valentine's Day of 2012.
Zhang and his wife are in their bridal chamber, a small compartment in the clothing store of Zhang's parents which is 3.1 meters wide and 1.5 meters long, separated by splints and cardboards. (CFP)
26-year-old Zhang from Hubei married 24-year-old Pan from Guizhou in Sept. 23, 2012, without car and apartment. Their bridal chamber only covers 4.65 square meters. A friend put their wedding photos on micro-blog, bringing the netizens' hot discussions on what happiness is.
Tian Ye, a deaf-mute, practices hardly the pronunciation "Love" in front of a mirror in Chongqing on March 13, 2012.
For those in love, it's easy to say "I love you". But for Tian Ye and his girl friend Zhang Qian, it's so hard, because they are both deaf-mutes.
A man carrying his girlfriend wades in deep stagnant water on the road. (Chinanews/ Ren Chenming)
Beijing suffered the strongest rainfall since 61 years on July 21 2012. Water made traffic hindered, cars flooded, and streets become rivers.