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In "Twenty-Four Hours in the Life of a Woman," Stefan Zweig recounts the encounter between a middle-aged woman and a young gambler.

In just an instant, countless emotions intertwine and linger, extending throughout a lifetime. Sensitivity to emotions is an innate gift of women. It is delicate and inclusive like water, yet also rushing and surging like water. Encounter, acquaintance, and then merging and blending together. No seeking of meaning, no questioning of the paths taken.

And when it pauses here, it just happens to witness the discussion about "love" between two girls.

On the occasion of Chinese valentine’s day, RUOHAN recreated a meeting in two hours. It doesn't just belong to romantic love, nor does it belong solely to the Cowherd and Weaver Girl, but to everyone still awaiting their next encounter.