Chinese couple marry in Pakistani Tradition
A Chinese couple, Wang Qianting, a journalist and Wang Shengjie, a diplomat of Chinese embassy in Islamabad, tied the knot in a traditional Pakistani style at a ceremony held here at a local hotel.
Chinese ambassador to Pakistan, Liu Jian and a large number of their friends including Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed attended the wedding ceremony. The marriage was sermonised in traditional Pakistani fashion that included performance of folk dance and singing of Pakistani marriage’s songs during the ceremony.
The bridegroom was wearing Sherwani and bride attiring traditional Pakistani bridal dress with jewellery. The couple set a pleasant tradition getting themselves engaged in Pakistan, considering it their second home, said the ambassador in a brief talks on the occasion. It shows the love of Chinese people with Pakistani culture and fashion.
The bridegroom termed the marriage a pleasant gesture of the existing true friendly sentiments and deep emotional attachment between the people of two countries. “We are looking forward to further strengthening of the decades’ old friendship on people to people level,” he added.
MS Qianting, who is also called by Pakistani name as Musarat, said it was a matter of great jubilation for her to get married in Pakistani fashion
Questions and Answers
- Sample Budget and Cost of Living
- Qatar Schools Database
- Residents Guide to Qatar
- Siteseeing in Qatar
- Traffic Rules
- Attending a Qatari Wedding
- Gift ideas from Qatar
- Buying a used car in Qatar
- Renting in Qatar
- What to consider when renting in Qatar
- Preparing for Winter in Qatar
- Registering a birth in Qatar
- Blackberry phones in Qatar
- Old Qatar
- What's Happening in Qatar
- Online Shopping in Qatar
- What does Doha look like?