The wedding from a local Christian girl and a Chinese Christian man half a year ago when you look at the eastern Pakistani town of Faisalabad had most of the signs of a match that is perfect.
She ended up being 19, he had been 21. She had been a trained beautician, he a businessman offering cosmetic makeup products.
Her family members did not have money that is much the groom generously provided to pay most of the wedding costs.
The procedures occurred in strict accordance with Pakistani traditions. This pleased her parents, whom felt that their child’s new Chinese husband respected regional traditions. Continue reading The Pakistani By Saher Baloch BBC Urdu, Lahore