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Young couples wait to register for marriage at a civil affairs bureau in Zaozhuang City, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 12, 2012. Young couples across the country rushed to get married on Dec, 12, 2012, or 12/12/12, hoping that the "triple 12 day" will bring them good luck. In Chinese, the number 12 is pronounced like "Yao Ai", meaning "To Love" in English. (Xinhua/Sun Zhongzhe)

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A young couple show their marriage certificates at a civil affairs bureau in Beijing, capital of China, Dec. 12, 2012. Young couples across the country rushed to get married on Dec, 12, 2012, or 12/12/12, hoping that the "triple 12 day" will bring them good luck. In Chinese, the number 12 is pronounced like "Yao Ai", meaning "To Love" in English. (Xinhua/Wang Zhen)

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A young couple show their marriage certificates at a civil affairs bureau in Zaozhuang City, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 12, 2012. Young couples across the country rushed to get married on Dec, 12, 2012, or 12/12/12, hoping that the "triple 12 day" will bring them good luck. In Chinese, the number 12 is pronounced like "Yao Ai", meaning "To Love" in English. (Xinhua/Sun Zhongzhe)

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A young couple show their marriage certificates at a civil affairs bureau in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, Dec. 12, 2012. Young couples across the country rushed to get married on Dec, 12, 2012, or 12/12/12, hoping that the "triple 12 day" will bring them good luck. In Chinese, the number 12 is pronounced like "Yao Ai", meaning "To Love" in English. (Xinhua/Lin Hong)

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Couples wait to register for marriage in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, Dec. 12, 2012. Young couples across the country rushed to get married on Dec, 12, 2012, or 12/12/12, hoping that the "triple 12 day" will bring them good luck. In Chinese, the number 12 is pronounced like "Yao Ai", meaning "To Love" in English. (Xinhua/Lin Hong)

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A young couple show their marriage certificates at a civil affairs bureau in Zaozhuang City, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 12, 2012. Young couples across the country rushed to get married on Dec, 12, 2012, or 12/12/12, hoping that the "triple 12 day" will bring them good luck. In Chinese, the number 12 is pronounced like "Yao Ai", meaning "To Love" in English. (Xinhua/Sun Zhongzhe)

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Young couples show their marriage certificates at a civil affairs bureau in Zaozhuang City, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 12, 2012. Young couples across the country rushed to get married on Dec, 12, 2012, or 12/12/12, hoping that the "triple 12 day" will bring them good luck. In Chinese, the number 12 is pronounced like "Yao Ai", meaning "To Love" in English. (Xinhua/Sun Zhongzhe)

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