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May 06, 2013



Planning a cross-cultural wedding is the easy part; living the cross-cultural marriage is the hard part (although I've managed >9 years so far); both are easier if the cultures are more similar. Both spouses being able to speak both languages should help...

Quite a few 1st generation Chinese in the US get married in a civil marriage first, then have the church wedding later, sometimes for immigration reasons.

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