In China, Valentine's Day isn't celebrated at all. Muslims countries like Pakistan have banned the holiday.
In Japan, on the other hand, there are two separate days for the same cause: On February 14th, boys are gifted chocolate from the girls, while on March 14th, it’s the other way around.
In India, people who are too young or belong to a certain religious group are not allowed to officially celebrate Valentine's Day.
In Vietnam, couples make it a point to dress in the same colours and / or clothes to express their closeness.
In South Korea, the 14th of each month is dedicated to some love matter from Hug Day to Movie Day or Wine Day.
In Italy, lovers tie small padlocks with inscriptions to bridges and throw away the key as a symbol of a relationship that can't be broken.
In Finland, it is more of a general day of affection because friends are remembered and surprised with gifts just as much as loved ones.
In Scotland, a party game for singles is often celebrated where all write their name on a piece of paper. Out of a hat, each man and woman has to draw a name and then spend the evening together with that person.
In Denmark, it is not unusual to send your crush anonymous love poems where dots for the number of letters are the only clue to the (male) sender's name. Is the name guessed correctly, the girl will be gifted with an Easter egg during the Easter holidays.
What about your country and your personal preference? Do you celebrate Valentine's Day at all? If yes, how?