Minority-Han Mixed Marriage as one Family. A Han Lad from Anwei Marries a Khotanese Flower. Their matchmaker turned out to be...May 06, 2017
On April 26 , a lad from Anwei named Hu Liang and a Xinjiang belle named Gulbahar’s wedding was held at Chira County, Chira Village, Bashi [original text misspelled–see poster in the background] Jade Village. The event was jovial, enthusiastic, and lively with nearly 500 attendees.
In terms of the groom’s, Hu Liang, and bride’s, Gulbahar, story, Gulbahar Yusup is a belle from Chira County Bashi Jade Village. While being a laborer in neidi, she made the acquaintance of a lad from Anwei named Hu Liang. They worked together, assisted one another, gradually became affectionate [towards each other], fell in love, and finally reaped the sweet fruit of their love and became husband and wife.
The groom excitedly said, “thanks to the village party committee and worked team for holding this grand wedding. I’ve married [my] long-admired Uyghur belle. In the future we will certainly live our days well be good citizens who won’t forget the Party’s favor, will listen to the Party, follow it, respect the law, and protect ethnic unity.
The leader of the work team, Parahat told the new bride and groom, “You are the pride of this village’s ethnic unity. By holding your wedding, the entire village will construct an atmosphere in which everyone discusses ethnic unity and everyone strives to be a mode of ethnic unity as well as promote the normalization of “ethnic unity one family.”