WIN! Celebrate 520 with Delicate Trendy Xuping Jewelry

By That's, May 15, 2020

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What’s the best way to elevate your outfit to the next level? A simple dainty pendant or bracelet may just be the piece you’re looking for. Just in time for Chinese Valentine’s Day on May 20, Xuping Jewelry is giving away six pieces of assorted jewelry! See the fine selection below: 

Gold cross necklace. Image via Xuping Jewelry

1_04.jpgNecklace inspired by the 1998 Australian coin. Image via Xuping Jewelry


Two interlocking rings connect the past, the present and the future and are a symbol of eternal love. Image via Xuping Jewelry

Simple and elegant necklace. Image via Xuping Jewelry


Black and white rose gold bracelet engraved with Roman numerals. Image via Xuping Jewelry

Cross charm bracelet. Image via Xuping Jewelry


Xuping Jewelry is offering one piece of jewelry to two lucky That’s readers across Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. For your chance to win, simply share this article on your Moments with the caption ‘That’s what I want!’, take a screenshot and send it to your respective city’s WeChat account (ID: Thats_Shanghai, ThatsBeijing, ThatsGuangzhou, ThatsShenzhen) along with your email address, delivery address and phone number.

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