This Chinese Couple's Pakistani Style Wedding In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Will Make You Go MashAllah

By Ather Ahmed | 15 Nov, 2017

Ever since the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) came into full force, the Chinese have gradually integrated into Pakistani society. And to be honest, it’s really adorable at times to see Chinese people adopting Pakistani customs. Whether they are speaking in Urdu, wearing traditional Pakistani dresses or both, there is something truly nice about it.

More recently a Chinese couple got married, Pakistani style and the pictures are cute AF:


The newly married Chinese couple, on Monday celebrated their wedding in a traditional Pakistani ceremony that took place in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP)


According to, the bride and groom, Lin and Sain, are employees of CPEC project workforce.


They even had a desi style baraat protocol



Sain and Lin had previously had a wedding ceremony in China under Chinese customs

The idea to have a ceremony in KP was to through a traditional reception for their Pakistani friends. Both the husband and wife have been working in Koza Banda for the past six months. Lin was dressed up as your typical desi dulhan in a red wedding dress and henna on her hands. Meanwhile, Sain was in a white sherwani with a quala. 



Pakistanis wished the newly married couple well

Source: Dawn News / Facebook

People also commented on how cute and beautiful the couple looked

Source: Trending in Pakistan / Facebook


Source: Trending in Pakistan / Facebook

Someone even commented on the badass Prado protocol

Source: Trending in Pakistan / Facebook


Earlier this month another wedding took place wherein the groom was Chinese and the bride Pakistani

Via Twitter


As Pakistanis, we should celebrate cultural diversity and wish both couples well, instead of being a party pooper and come up with weird theories. What do you guys think? Please let us know in the comments below.

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