Secret to keeping warm
OK, secret is out! For everyone who was wondering how I managed to stay warm during the Chinese wedding in the freezing rural village...I had these self-heating pads stuck to my back underneath my waistcoat. Inspired from Japan- they have limestones inside which react with the body and so heat up to keep you warm for about four hours on the go. There is no luxury of any Central Heating or AC there so this did the trick.
Official Chinese Wedding in Yangzhou
Exactly a year after we first met in London, we tied the knot on a cold day in the Chinese city of Yangzhou on the 31st of January 2017. Click here to see more photos.
Airline pilots are apparently trained not to spill drinks while in-flight. Interestingly, after our flight was delayed by nearly three hours (they like to avoid the insurance claims, so the delays are always just below three hours!), these chaps were in such a rush to get me to my wedding in Yangzhou that we ended up spilling the drinks in-flight!
Yangzhou - village life is the best!
Yangzhou Village Life
I had the pleasure to visit Yangzhou with my fiancée, who is from nearby Taizhou in Jiangsu Province. The city has remained a leading economic and cultural center and major port of foreign trade and external exchange since the Tang dynasty (618–907), and home to the famed Yangzhou Fried Rice (揚州炒飯).
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