This Chinese – Pakistani Couple's Shaadi Photos Are Going Viral And People Love That

By Alveena Jadoon | 7 Nov, 2017

This Chinese man’s shaadi to a Pakistani woman is making rounds of social media. The couple is still unidentified but their pictures are going crazy viral for sure.


This Chinese – Pakistani couple is said to have gotten married in Lahore

Via: Twitter


The public, out of affection for the two and acknowledgment of the new China Pakistan venture, has termed the union as the “CPEC marriage”



The couple seems to be enjoying itself to the fullest

Via: Twitter


And just look at how adorable they look together

Via: Twitter


Twitter user, Abdul Rehman, reported about this marriage


And people showered adoration and best wishes on social media

Via: Facebook


Via: Facebook


Some commented on the forever friendship of Pakistan and China

They even implied that a marriage like this will improve bilateral ties between both the countries, and it is a proof of how good our relations are with China.

Via: Facebook


Via: Facebook


This person could not refrain himself from going a little further and predicted what they would name their baby…

Via: Facebook


And then there’s the obvious “Made in China” joke, too


Here’s wishing this interracial union much love and hope to see more of such colorful unions in future

Via: Twitter

As Pakistanis, let us try to encourage diversity and accept people of other countries and backgrounds. Let us know what you think about this gorgeous couple.


Cover image via: @AbdulMaan / Twitter

Share This

More Recent Stories

Urbansole Launches High-Performance Athleisure Shoes: Bridging the Gap with International Standards

26 Feb, 2024

Zindigi introduces the first-ever AI-driven instant micro loan, offering upto PKR 100,000

21 Feb, 2024

Discover Timeless Elegance in GulAhmed’s Summer Chunri Lawn Collection 2024

20 Feb, 2024

Pakistani Fashion Tech StartUp ‘ZERO’ making waves with names like Shaheen Afridi, Irfan Junejo, Junaid Akra...

19 Feb, 2024

Love and Tradition: Should Dating Have a Place in an Islamic Country?

18 Feb, 2024

EuroVillage Invites Twin Cities’ Residents to Explore European Culture, Diversity and Sustainability

15 Feb, 2024