Paper Trails

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Paper Trails
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Because it's never been done before, Chinese bride Li Kuo wore a 110-pound wedding dress with a 520-meter-long (1,700 feet) train to her wedding in Beijing. She chose the number 520 because the numbers 5-2-0 are pronounced the same as "I love you" in the local dialect.

Might be just me, but seeing these long wedding trains always calls to mind a yard freshly toilet-papered by the neighborhood kids. Which is just about the least romantic thing in existence...

A Wedding Album Worth Waiting For?

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A Wedding Album Worth Waiting For?
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Liu Fu and her husband didn't have much money when they married so despite the fact that he died 30 years ago, she saved up her money for a lavish wedding photo session with a photographer. She even dressed up as the groom herself for a few shots!

Big Trouble in Little China

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This video in which a Chinese bride confronts the groom's supposed gay lover has amassed over 1.5 million hits on Youtube since its posting 10 months ago.

What do you guys think? Too juicy to be true?

Rosy Relationship

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Rosy Relationship
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Lucky gal Yin Mi was presented with a dress made from 9,999 roses by her beau Xiao Fan in honor of their engagement. The word for "nine" is auspicious in Chinese because it sounds the same as the word for "forever." This is great and all, but being the OCD person that I am I would probably chuck one more rose at her just to hit 10,000.