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Happy Valentine’s Day 2010

Today is a very special day as it is Valentine’s Day and also the Lunar New Year Day (Tet the year of the Tiger) 2010. Certainly, not something that occurs often.

So as we celebrate this day of – Love – around the world people will be saying,

In Vietnamese: Chuc mung ngay Le Tinh yeu (or, Chuc mung ngay Le Valentine)

In Portuguese: Felize Dia dos Namoradoes

In French: Joyeuse Saint-Valentin

In Turkish: Sevgililer günün kutlu olsun (or, Sevgililer gününüzkutlu olsun – or, Sevgililer gününüz kutlu olsun)

In Polish: Wszystkiego najlepszego z okazji walentynek

In Spanish: Feliz día de San Valentín (or, Feliz Día de losEnamorados)

In Finnish: Hyvää ystävänpäivää

In Italian: Buon San Valentino

In German: Alles Liebe zum Valentinstag

In Filipino (Tagalog): Maligayang araw ng mga puso

In Hebrew: yom ahava sameach

and of course, in English: Happy Valentine’s Day!

Does anyone know when the last time the Lunar New Year fell on Valentine’s Day? Or, Valentine’s Day fell on the Lunar New Year? – LOL – 🙂

Does anyone know how to say Happy Valentine’s Day in any other languages? If so, tell us in the Comments section below. Let’s see how many languages Saigon Kids know how to say Happy Valentine’s Day in …

Rock Onnnnn … Saigon Kids … Spread the LOVE … 🙂


1 comment to Happy Valentine’s Day 2010

  • Kenneth R. Yeager

    May the great Valentine Rabbit bring you ladies lots of chocolate, nice cards, hugs and kisses from the men in your family and dinner out.

    For the gents, may your team win today (regardless of the sport), let the beer be cold and your feet warm.

    Have a nice day. Ken

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