Love is in the Air

The shape of a heart created by smoke trails at the Ottawa air show. By Flickr user ASPatrick

Smoke heart created at an Ottawa air show. By Flickr user Andrew Patrick. CC BY 2.0

Defiant lovers in Central Asia celebrated Valentine's Day despite bans. Singles occupied cinema seats in Shanghai to sabotage February 14 dates. Our Caribbean team shared some of their favorite love songs. And we at Global Voices did a special video Hangout with the stars of our very own love story.We've been busy reporting on and spreading the love this February 14!

Here's a wrap of our Valentine's Day coverage in 2014:
Love in the Time of Code Era: A Poem About Secure Communication
GV Face: This Valentine's Day, Love and Courtship Across Borders
Carnival Love Songs From the Caribbean
Chinese Singletons Snatch Up Cinema Seats to Sabotage Valentine's Day Dates
Despite Bans, Central Asians Observe Valentine's Day
“Celebrating Valentine's Day Is a Direct Way to Hell” in Tajikistan
A Love Story With No Kissing? That's Cinema in Iran

Here's what people are tweeting about the holiday of love: