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A Simple Living Love Story

 
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Chinese love story

In the beginning, they had nothing, no electricity or even food. They had to eat grass and roots they found in the mountain, and Liu made a kerosene lamp that they used to lighten up their lives.

 
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What a touching story, Burra.
 
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