- Xu Guizhen and Cao Zhenwei, a Chinese couple who have known each other since they were 16 years old, finally got married in 2020 after spending almost 70 years apart.
- Xu and Cao, both 96, grew up together as their fathers owned a photo studio together in Weihai, a city in eastern China’s Shandong province.
- The two families eventually moved to Shanghai, bringing along their business with them, amid the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1937.
- Xu and her family moved to another province years later, and they kept on moving to other places around China after that.
- Xu and Cao finally reunited for good after Cao met Xu’s younger brother at a retired workers’ party in Shanghai in 2019.
A Chinese couple who have known each other since they were 16 years old have finally tied the knot after being apart for nearly 70 years.
Xu Guizhen and Cao Zhenwei, both 96 years old, were born on the exact same day in 1926. Their fates were intertwined due to the close friendship of their fathers, who started and operated a photo studio together in Weihai, a city in eastern China’s Shandong province.
- TikTok user Jacinda Tan and her fiance went viral for their high school-themed pre-wedding photoshoot.
- The couple showcased snippets of their photoshoot, which was taken at North Vista Secondary School in Singapore, in a TikTok video on Wednesday.
- Tan and her fiance, who have been together for 10 years, first met when they were 13 years old, but they did not start talking to each other until they were on the same class trip around three years later.
- Tan’s TikTok video has already garnered over 125,000 views and more than 11,500 likes.
TikTok user Jacinda Tan and her fiance live out all of our adolescent fantasies in a now-viral video of their high school-themed pre-wedding photoshoot.
The couple, who studied together at North Vista Secondary School in Singapore, showcased snippets of their photoshoot on TikTok on Wednesday.
- Married couple Scott and Divine have been the subject of ridicule by TikTok commenters who believe the wife is way out of the husband’s league.
- Divine, a woman from the Philippines, and Scott, a man from Houston, Texas, connected on Facebook in 2017, which led to their eventual marriage in 2021.
- Among the messages they receive on their shared TikTok account are insinuations that Divine only married Scott to get a visa to live in America or because “he’s rich.”
- Scott, whose physical appearance has been morphed by a chronic autoimmune disease called scleroderma, says, “Because you keep seeing the same thing over and over again. There's just no effect anymore.”
- On TikTok, the pair responds to commenters by educating them, showing them that their relationship is authentic and having a fun time interacting with them.
An American man has taken to TikTok to respond to trolls who claim his Filipino wife is out of his league.
Married couple Scott and Divine have been the subject of ridicule by TikTok commenters since they created an account on the short-form video-sharing platform together in 2021.
- Devin Williams Jr., a 24-year-old deputy with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, allegedly fatally shot a Vietnamese married couple in their home on Colebrook Lane, California, on Sept. 7.
- Dublin Police Services found Maria Tran, a 42-year-old nurse, and Benison Tran, a 57-year-old retired civil engineer, with gunshot wounds to their heads and necks.
- Williams Jr. turned himself in nearly 11 hours after the shooting and was charged with two counts of murder with special circumstances.
- The motive behind the shooting is still being investigated. However, the defendant’s father revealed that his son was in a “dating relationship” with Maria.
- Williams Jr. is currently being held in a Santa Rita jail where he once worked while awaiting his arraignment.
An Alameda County sheriff’s deputy in California allegedly shot and killed a married couple in their home while family members were present.
Dublin Police Services responded to a double shooting at a home on Colebrook Lane, where they found 42-year-old Maria Tran and 57-year-old Benison Tran with gunshot wounds to their heads and necks on Sept. 7, according to reports.
- Washington couple Steve and Mina Shulz were shot to death by 40-year-old Shaun David Rose, according to investigators.
- The victims’ bodies were found discarded in a garbage can outside of their home in Olalla on Aug. 18.
- Rose, who was arrested by Tacoma police on Aug. 21, has been charged with two counts of first degree murder and was held without bail. He pleaded not guilty.
- Investigators said several items were missing from the master bedroom’s drawers, including a handgun and Mina Shulz’s wallet.
A couple was shot to death before their bodies were discarded in a garbage can outside of their home in Olalla, Washington.
Kitsap County Patrol officers responded to a home in Shady Glen Avenue Southeast at around 5 p.m. on Aug. 18. They found blood around the house and two bodies in a garbage can on the property close to the deck outside the master bedroom.
- Patrick Wayne Cater, 52, opened fire at Jo’s Nails & Spa in West Virginia on July 28 and fatally shot Khuyen Van Le, 45, and Phi Anh Le, 40.
- The victims were a Vietnamese married couple who were reportedly coworkers at the salon.
- Two Summersville officers opened fire at the shooter, killing him.
- The West Virginia State Police are currently investigating the incident.
A 52-year-old man fatally shot a Vietnamese couple at a nail salon in West Virginia.
Summersville officers responded to a shooting at Jo’s Nails & Spa just before 6:40 p.m. on July 28.
- After catching COVID-19 during her honeymoon, a Singaporean woman made light of the situation by writing a song and uploading it to TikTok on Monday.
- In the video, the woman sings while lying in bed and explains in her lyrics how she got the disease at the “worst time” and is suffering from “mild symptoms.”
- She points out in the comment section that she and her husband contracted COVID-19 after her wedding “along with the 25 other guests.”
- The video has garnered over 375,000 views and 55,000 likes since being uploaded on Sunday.
A Singaporean woman who contracted COVID-19 during her honeymoon uploaded a video to TikTok on Monday of her performing a song she wrote while in quarantine about her unfortunate situation.
Amanda Ong, also known as @musicianmandy, is seen lying in bed while singing a song that she wrote while in quarantine about her untimely diagnosis. In the lyrics, Ong explains that she is suffering from “mild symptoms” and describes her honeymoon as the “worst time to get it, honestly.”
While the spotlight is now shining on recent PGA Champ Collin Morikawa, some are focusing their attention on his 24-year-old girlfriend, Katherine Zhu, who has always displayed pride in her boyfriend’s achievement over the past few months.
Zhu, who attended Pepperdine University in California, joined the 23-year-old professional golfer in celebrating the victory after winning the US PGA Championship on Sunday at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, according to New York Post. The couple posed together beside the Wanamaker Trophy.
The husband of the first reported fatality linked to COVID-19 in Los Angeles County has been refused testing for the virus.
When 72-year-old Roddy found his 68-year old wife Loretta unresponsive on March 9, he tried everything he could to revive her. In his panic, he performed mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and chest compression as she no longer had a pulse, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally posted on Love What Matters and was reposted with permission from the author.
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An elderly couple in Shenzhen, China is melting hearts online after photos and videos emerged showing their meeting probably for the last time in a hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
Peng and her husband Gao were both admitted to the University of Hong Kong-Shenzhen Hospital after the wife suffered a brain hemorrhage on July 8 and her husband had a heart attack on July 17, according to Chinese media Weixin via World of Buzz.
A man from Taiwan and a woman from mainland China ended up becoming a couple after crossing paths on a flight that forced them to hold each other’s hands due to some turbulence.
The man, identified as Xu Zhewei, took to Facebook to share photos from his life-changing trip on July 3, sparking hope for netizens who believe in destiny.