Sealed with a kiss

In Beijing, divorce rates have doubled since 2004. The local post office is addressing this with a service where newlyweds send each other love letters, which get stored and delivered seven years later. The hope is that the love letters may save marriages in the future.

Special stamps, postmarks, postcards, envelopes and even a Love Passport (which can be stamped every anniversary)make up the romantic product range available from China’s post office.

Via. http://www.springwise.com/lifestyle_leisure/china-love-letters-7-year-delay-tackle-divorce-rate/

  • Daniel Delos

    Interesting idea. Maybe it could help us in the west, though I doubt it.

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