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By Kaori Fujishima
Chocolates, flowers, dinner and greeting cards. These are just a few of the possible gifts you can give loved ones on Valentine’s Day.
On February 14th, lovers around the world celebrate St. Valentine’s Day with one another by going out for dinner and spending an evening together. It’s time to spend together.
Nikkei Voice asked some of the people here at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre – along with some of Nikkei Voice’s staff – about what they plan to do on Valentine’s Day.
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