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Potential Wedding Planners To Chemor

WOKE UP VERY EARLY THIS MORNING.... A very important task to do.... For the first time in history, I was given the honour to deliver "wedding dowry and goodies" *Kor Lai* to the bride's family.  

Started out at 8.30am and the journey took longer than usual because the driver aka Reanaclaire lost her way driving to the small town in Chemor.  After some turnings, we finally got it right and we arrived at the bride's house safe and sound..... Just the three of us and we made our way into the house after some joyous greetings to the in-laws.... "Gong Hei, Gong Hei, Chan Kar Lai Lai".... *Congratulations*.

At the arrival to the bride's house to deliver the goodies.....
Goodies displayed according to Chinese Custom....
We are the "Potential Wedding Planners"....
Bride's mother lending a hand to arrange the goodies.....
Wedding planners in action!!
Half of the dowry and goodies were returned to the bridegroom's family....
After an hour or so, we made our way back to Ipoh....
Our task was completed.....
Each of us were given two red packets for good health and happiness....


  1. What a lot of goodies! In this post, you are the bringer of joy! Will you have a part in the wedding ceremony?

  2. Good! Good! Learn and practise. Later on, cab do it yourself for your children. Will save a bundle - not cheap these days, hiring those professional wedding planners.

  3. So this is your new job. Can take on more weddings :D

  4. Wah, what an important task! You can make this your new career!


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