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Miriam and Christopher – Celebration dinner

Begin with an East meets West kind of wedding that started at Church in an easy, breezy style. Turn the event 180 degrees around and end with a 300 guest sit-down nine course Chinese dinner. Well, a Chinese wedding will not be complete if you don’t at least fete your guests with a proper sit-down dinner. No standing around reception or buffet style luncheons. Chinese dinners need a many-course meal starting with some four-season dish and shark’s fin soup. What do you do if you want to be environmentally conscious and nature-loving? Drop the shark’s fin soup for some delicious seafood soup. Enough said. This was one easy dinner with lots of fun, emotional speeches and lovely people. Best part was when the toasting session went from “Cheers!” to “YAMMM-SENNGG” (in English: Bottom’s Up!) in like five seconds! Yup, the sound of the East rising…

Miriam and Christopher – PJ Gospel Hall

Here’s a couple of photos from Miriam and Chris’ solemnization at PJ Gospel Hall. More to come … wasn’t the main shooter so I just kept to doing a few key shots that I’d like to get.

Diane & Kar Kean

From an early start (5am), from Kota Kemuning to Taman Maluri, Cheras, this was one fun packed wedding. How can we forget all the fear factor challenges, or the highway car chase on the Kesas highway to the wedding toasting and “yam sengs” mixed with Michael Jackson’s Beat it! While the best laid plans go awry, we’re glad that overall things went very well and we could even save the dinner march in as we had the Canon in D CD in our car!