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To have and to hold: Mr Feng looks at his wife lovingly during the ceremony in a hospital I give to you this ring: The man, in China, put a golden ring on his wife's hand helped by a nurse Inside China's underground 'puppy mills': Heart-breaking footage shows pet dogs crammed into filthy cages before being forced to mate 'around the clock' by cruel breeders The touching ceremony had been planned as a surprise by the medical staff, who treated the elderly couple as their own family. Mr Feng said he was deeply moved by the staff's kindness, and his wife's heart rate increased on the day. During the heart-warming event on February 7, Mr Feng not only gave his wife a new ring, but also cut a wedding cake. Hospital staff took pictures for the couple as Mr Feng stood by his wife's bed looking at her lovingly. Ms Wang was knocked into a coma in July, 2014, after suffering from a stroke.   Apparently, it had always been a dream for Mr Feng and Ms Wang to be able to have a set of 'romantic' wedding pictures taken, reported state-run  Qianjiang Evening News . The couple got married in 1960s and didn't have the luxury to do so at the time.  Although unconventional, their new 'wedding photos' were full of love. Mr Feng believed his wife was happy when a nurse took the pictures for them. 'I feel she could feel it because she had big reactions. Her opened her eyes bigger than usual as if she wanted to see the moment and remember it,' Mr Feng told Qianjiang Evening News.  Heart-warming ceremony: Mr Feng has looked after his wife, who is in a coma, for three years Happy golden wedding anniversary: Hospital staff has bought a cake for the elderly couple Love and care: The head nurse bought the set of rings and wrote a touching note to the couple Head nurse Zhou Juping said she and her staff felt Mr Feng and Ms Wang had become their family after three years. Nurse Zhou said: 'Normally there is really not much we could do, but as long as there is an opportunity we would help them as best as we can.' The nurse recalled how Mr Feng would come to the ward just to hold his wife's hand. The elderly man also loved talking about household stuff with his wife, hoping a familiar voice could help her regain consciousness.

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