Love is a beautiful journey, right? Have you ever thought of meeting someone special when you are on a journey to somewhere? What if you are single and waiting desperately for someone to get hitched? Now your thoughts are supposed to get true in real as according to the sources, China has started a special train service which takes singles on an overnight journey on a place called ‘amour’ so that they could be able to meet their other half on the journey. This is totally awesome, right? China is doing great, hope we could also. Seems exciting no?
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China created a special carriage train Y999 ‘Love Pursuit Train’ to help youngsters to meet new people
According to Dailymail China has created a carriage train Y999 ‘Love Pursuit Train for youngsters so that they could meet new people. It was launched three years ago and served as a creative platform to help all the singles. Last week, more than 1,000 men and women were sent on the overnight ‘romantic’ train journey in a hope that they will find their better half by after travelling with like-minded fellow members.
Till now, more than 3,000 youngsters have travelled on the train on its three annual trips and 10 couples have also got married after meeting each other in the train.
Do you know who started this unique service?
This special and unique match-making service was started by the railway authority of Chengdu along with the Communist Youth League of Chongqing. Not only they have created this special service for youngsters, but have also has designed many games and dining options for the people to better interact with each other.
A woman, Yang Huan had also found her boyfriend on the return trip. She told this news to youth.cn which is a news website affiliated to the Communist Youth League of China.
She told that “We realized that we both wanted the kind of love that is depicted in the poem ‘To the Oak Tree’ when both sides admire each other but remain independent. We enjoyed being together. [It felt] natural, easy and not coy.”
What a surprising news right? What are your views on this special service? We think it should also get started in India too.