Red letter day: More couples choosing traditional Chinese kua for their weddings

Mr Zehn Kuah and Ms Najat Hamsa in hand embroidered kuas they rented from The Red Wedding. PHOTO: COURTESY OF NAJAT HAMSA
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SINGAPORE - A Malay wedding with Chinese traditional wedding outfits? That was what Ms Najat Hamsa and her husband opted for when they got married last year - in a bid to blend their two cultures together.

Ms Najat, 29, who is self-employed, tied the knot in December last year with marine technician Zehn Kuah, 29. Mr Kuah had converted to Islam and the couple were married under Muslim law in Singapore.

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