A woman in eastern China had the shock of her life when she found out that her son was marrying her long-lost daughter.
The reunion occurred right at the would-be spouses’ wedding in Suzhou, Jiangsu province on March 31, according to Sohu News.
A centuries-old tradition at a town in Japan’s Niigata Prefecture has a quirky and fun way of welcoming new husbands into married life.
An Indian bride tied the knot in full PPE (personal protective equipment) at a quarantine center after she tested positive for COVID-19 on her wedding day.
The couple, whose names were not revealed, held the ceremony at the courtyard of a quarantine center in Baran, Rajasthan on Sunday, according to Reuters.
A Filipino woman who was born with no legs in Cebu City, Philippines walked herself down the aisle on her wedding day instead of going with her initial plan to use her wheelchair.
Rosie Babor walked down the aisle on Monday towards her groom and boyfriend of three years, Mario Perez, balancing on her hip and right hand while holding a flower bouquet on her left, according to Daily Mail.
A Lebanese couple was in the middle of a wedding celebration when the massive explosion rocked Beirut, Lebanon on Tuesday.
Video of bride on wedding day in Beirut captures moment massive warehouse explosion ripped through the city pic.twitter.com/ZsH20S4TGt
A Black and Asian couple reportedly stole the show at their daughter’s wedding in Australia.
Dressed in traditional clothes, the couple turned heads as they walked together across the lavish reception venue, which was packed with guests.
A 29-year-old doctor from Wuhan who postponed his own wedding to fight the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV or COVID-19), has died from the virus.
A Singapore couple who recently went on a trip to China decided to push through with their wedding upon arriving back home — only without showing up to meet their guests in person.
The couple, who returned to Singapore on Jan. 30, spent the Lunar New Year in Hunan — one of the provinces currently battling the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) — to spend time with the bride’s family.
A recently married doctor is reaping praises online for sacrificing the festivities of his own wedding so he can rush back to treating novel coronavirus patients in his town.
The wedding, held in Heze, China on January 30, recently made headlines for being so short, reports China Times.
A groom in the Philippines has gone viral on social media after getting down in a K-pop dance to surprise his bride at their wedding.
The performance, which was uploaded on Facebook, has received more than 2.2 million views, 86,000 reactions, 68,000 shares and 18,000 comments since its posting on Jan. 13.
A couple in the Philippines pushed through their wedding ceremony as the Taal Volcano erupted on Sunday.
Chino and Kat Vaflor’s wedding was held at Savana Farm Tagaytay by Solange in the city of Tagaytay, about 10 miles from the still erupting Taal Volcano.
A 27-year-old Malaysian woman and her 29-year-old Singaporean husband held their wedding in both Indian and Chinese customs.
Pathma Gurusamy shared the wonderful moment on the Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits on Dec. 31.